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HCPro suppression of callose deposition contributes to strain specific resistance against Potato virus Y.

著者 Chowdury R , Lasky D , Karki H , Zhang Z , Goyer A , Halterman D , Rakotondrafara AM
Phytopathology.2019 Sep 18 ; ():.
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Potato virus Y (PVY, Potyviridae) is a continuing challenge for potato production due to the increasing popularity of strain-specific resistant cultivars. Hypersensitive resistance (HR) is one type of plant defense response to restrict virus spread. In many potato cultivars, such as cv Premier Russet (PR), local necrosis at the site of infection protects against the most common PVYO strain, but the HR often fails to restrain necrotic strains, which spread systemically. Here, we established the role of callose accumulation in the strain-specific resistance responses to PVY infection. We first uncovered that PVY, independently of the strain, is naturally capable of suppressing pathogenesis-related callose formation in a susceptible host. Such activity can be dissociated from viral replication by the transient expression of the viral-encoded HCPro protein, identifying it as the pathogen elicitor. However, unlike the necrotic strain, PVYO and its corresponding HCPro are unable to block callose accumulation in resistant PR potatoes, in which we observed an abundance of callose deposition and the inability of the virus to spread. The substitution of eight amino acid residues within the HCPro C-terminal region that differ between PVYO and PVYN strains are responsible for eliciting the HR response, and sufficient to restore the ability of HCProO to suppress callose accumulation, despite the resistant host background, in line with a new viral function in pathogenicity.
PMID: 31532352 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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