SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • Amirsadeghi S., Robson C.A., McDonald A.E. & Vanlerberghe G.C. (2006) Changes in plant mitochondrial electron transport alter cellular levels of reactive oxygen species and susceptibility to cell death signaling molecules. Plant and Cell Physiology 47, 15091519.
  • Amirsadeghi S., Robson C.A. & Vanlerberghe G.C. (2007) The role of the mitochondrion in plant responses to biotic stress. Physiologia Plantarum 129, 253266.
  • Apel K. & Hirt H. (2004) Reactive oxygen species: metabolism, oxidative stress, and signal transduction. Annual Review of Plant Biology 55, 373399.
  • Arpagaus S., Rawyler A. & Braendle R. (2002) Occurrence and characteristics of the mitochondrial permeability transition in plants. Journal of Biological Chemistry 277, 17801787.
  • Ashtamker C., Kiss V., Sagi M., Davydov O. & Fluhr R. (2007) Diverse subcellular locations of cryptogein-induced reactive oxygen species production in tobacco Bright Yellow-2 cells. Plant Physiology 143, 18171826.
  • Beauchamp C. & Fridovich I. (1971) Superoxide dismutase: improved assays and an assay applicable to acrylamide gels. Analytical Biochemistry 44, 276287.
  • Boccara M., Boué C., Garmier M., De Paepe R. & Boccara A.-C. (2001) Infra-red thermography revealed a role for mitochondria in pre-symptomatic cooling during harpin-induced hypersensitive response. The Plant Journal 28, 663670.
  • Braidot E., Petrussa E., Vianello A. & Macri F. (1999) Hydrogen peroxide generation by higher plant mitochondria oxidizing complex I or complex II substrates. FEBS Letters 451, 347350.
  • Castro L., Demicheli V., Tórtora V. & Radi R. (2011) Mitochondrial protein tyrosine nitration. Free Radical Research 45, 3752.
  • Cecconi D., Orzetti S., Vandelle E., Rinalducci S., Zolla L. & Delledonne M. (2009) Protein nitration during defense response in Arabidopsis thaliana. Electrophoresis 30, 24602468.
  • Chaki M., Valderrama R., Fernández-Ocaña A.M., et al. (2009) Protein targets of tyrosine nitration in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) hypocotyls. Journal of Experimental Botany 60, 42214234.
  • Cheng D.-D., Jia Y.-J., Gao H.-Y., Zhang L.-T., Zhang Z.-S., Xue Z.-C. & Meng Q.-W. (2011) Characterization of the programmed cell death induced by metabolic products of Alternaria alternata in tobacco BY-2 cells. Physiologia Plantarum 141, 117129.
  • Coll N.S., Eppie P. & Dangl J.L. (2011) Programmed cell death in the plant immune response. Cell Death and Differentiation 18, 12471256.
  • Daurelio L.D., Checa K., Barrio J.M., Ottado J. & Orellano E.G. (2009) Characterization of Citrus sinensis type 1 mitochondrial alternative oxidase and expression analysis in biotic stress. Bioscience Reports 30, 5971.
  • van Doorn W.G., Beers E.P., Dangl J.L., et al. (2011) Morphological classification of plant cell deaths. Cell Death and Differentiation 18, 12411246.
  • Dutilleul C., Garmier M., Noctor G., Mathieu C., Chétrit P., Foyer C.H. & De Paepe R. (2003) Leaf mitochondria modulate whole cell redox homeostasis, set antioxidant capacity, and determine stress resistance through altered signaling and diurnal regulation. The Plant Cell 15, 12121226.
  • Ederli L., Morettini R., Borgogni A., Wasternack C., Miersch O., Reale L., Ferranti F., Tosti N. & Pasqualini S. (2006) Interaction between nitric oxide and ethylene in the induction of alternative oxidase in ozone-treated tobacco plants. Plant Physiology 142, 595608.
  • Epple P., Mack A.A., Morris V.R.F. & Dangl J.L. (2003) Antagonistic control of oxidative stress-induced cell death in Arabidopsis by two related, plant-specific zinc finger proteins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 100, 68316836.
  • Eulgem T. (2005) Regulation of the Arabidopsis defense transcriptome. Trends in Plant Science 10, 7178.
  • Fath A., Bethke P.C. & Jones R.L. (2001) Enzymes that scavenge reactive oxygen species are down-regulated prior to gibberellic acid-induced programmed cell death in barley aleurone. Plant Physiology 126, 156166.
  • Finnegan P.M., Soole K.L. & Umbach A.L. (2004) Alternative mitochondrial electron transport proteins in plants. In Plant Mitochondria: From Genome to Function (eds D.A. Day, A.H. Millar & J. Whelan) pp. 163230. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  • Foyer C.H. & Noctor G. (2005) Redox homeostasis and antioxidant signaling: a metabolic interface between stress perception and physiological responses. The Plant Cell 17, 18661875.
  • Garmier M., Priault P., Vidal G., Driscoll S., Djebbar R., Boccara M., Mathieu C., Foyer C.H. & De Paepe R. (2007) Light and oxygen are not required for harpin-induced cell death. Journal of Biological Chemistry 282, 3755637566.
  • Gaupels F., Spiazzi-Vandelle E., Yang D. & Delledonne M. (2011) Detection of peroxynitrite accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana during the hypersensitive defense response. Nitric Oxide 25, 222228.
  • Gopalan S., Wei W. & He S.Y. (1996) hrp gene-dependent induction of hin1: a plant gene activated rapidly by both harpins and the avrPto gene-mediated signal. The Plant Journal 10, 591600.
  • Halliwell B. (2003) Oxidative stress in cell culture: an under-appreciated problem? FEBS Letters 540, 36.
  • Heath M.C. (2000) Hypersensitive response-related death. Plant Molecular Biology 44, 321334.
  • Ho L.H.M., Giraud E., Uggalla V., Lister R., Clifton R., Glen A., Thirkettle-Watts D., Van Aken O. & Whelan J. (2008) Identification of regulatory pathways controlling gene expression of stress-responsive mitochondrial proteins in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 147, 18581873.
  • Huang X., von-Rad U. & Durner J. (2002) Nitric oxide induces transcriptional activation of the nitric oxide-tolerant alternative oxidase in Arabidopsis suspension cells. Planta 215, 914923.
  • Jiang Z.-Y., Woollard A.C.S. & Wolff S.P. (1990) Hydrogen peroxide production during experimental protein glycation. FEBS Letters 268, 6971.
  • Kiba A., Lee K.Y., Ohnishi K. & Hikichi Y. (2008) Comparative expression analysis of genes induced during development of bacterial rot and induction of hypersensitive cell death in lettuce. Journal of Plant Physiology 165, 17571773.
  • Kiba A., Lee K.Y., Ohnishi K., Park P., Nakayashiki H., Tosa Y., Mayama S. & Hikichi Y. (2009) Induction of reactive oxygen generation and functional changes in mitochondria and their involvement in the development of bacterial rot in lettuce caused by Pseudomonas cichorii. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 74, 4554.
  • King E.O., Ward M.K. & Raney D.E. (1954) Two simple media for the demonstration of pyocyanin and fluorescin. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 44, 301307.
  • Kliebenstein D.J., Dietrich R.A., Martin A.C., Last R.L. & Dangl J.L. (1999) LSD1 regulates salicylic acid induction of copper zinc superoxide dismutase in Arabidopsis thaliana. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 12, 10221026.
  • Krause M. & Durner J. (2004) Harpin inactivates mitochondria in Arabidopsis suspension cells. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 17, 131139.
  • Lacomme C. & Roby D. (1999) Identification of early marker genes of the hypersensitive response in Arabidopsis thaliana. FEBS Letters 459, 149153.
  • Lam E., Kato N. & Lawton M. (2001) Programmed cell death, mitochondria and the plant hypersensitive response. Nature 411, 848853.
  • Leitner M., Vandelle E., Gaupels F., Bellin D. & Delledonne M. (2009) NO signals in the haze. Nitric oxide signaling in plant defense. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 12, 451458.
  • Li Z. & Xing D. (2011) Mechanistic study of mitochondria-dependent programmed cell death induced by aluminum phytotoxicity using fluorescence techniques. Journal of Experimental Botany 62, 331343.
  • Lin R.C., Ding Z.S., Li L.B. & Kuang T.Y. (2001) A rapid and efficient DNA minipreparation suitable for screening transgenic plants. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 19, 379a379e.
  • van Loon L.C., Geraats B.P.J. & Linthorst H.J.M. (2006) Ethylene as a modulator of disease resistance in plants. Trends in Plant Science 11, 184191.
  • Maxwell D.P., Wang Y. & McIntosh L. (1999) The alternative oxidase lowers mitochondrial reactive oxygen production in plant cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 96, 82718276.
  • Maxwell D.P., Nickels R. & McIntosh L. (2002) Evidence of mitochondrial involvement in the transduction of signals required for the induction of genes associated with pathogen attack and senescence. The Plant Journal 29, 269279.
  • Mazel A. & Levine A. (2001) Induction of cell death in Arabidopsis by superoxide in combination with salicylic acid or with protein synthesis inhibitors. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 30, 98106.
  • Millar A.H. & Day D.A. (1996) Nitric oxide inhibits the cytochrome oxidase but not the alternative oxidase of plant mitochondria. FEBS Letters 398, 155158.
  • Mittler R., Vanderauwera S., Suzuki N., Miller G., Tognetti V.B., Vandepoele K., Gollery M., Shulaev V. & Van Breusegem F. (2011) ROS signaling: the new wave? Trends in Plant Science 16, 300309.
  • Møller I.M. (2001) Plant mitochondria and oxidative stress: electron transport, NADPH turnover, and metabolism of reactive oxygen species. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 52, 561591.
  • Mosher S., Moeder W., Nishimura N., Jikumaru Y., Joo S.-H., Urquhart W., Klessig D.F., Kim S.-K., Nambara E. & Yoshioka K. (2010) The lesion-mimic mutant cpr22 shows alterations in abscisic acid signaling and abscisic acid insensitivity in a salicylic acid-dependant manner. Plant Physiology 152, 19011913.
  • Mur L.A.J., Kenton P. & Draper J. (2005) In planta measurements of oxidative bursts elicited by avirulent and virulent bacterial pathogens suggests that H2O2 is insufficient to elicit cell death in tobacco. Plant, Cell and Environment 28, 548561.
  • Mur L.A.J., Laarhoven L., Harren F.J.M., Hall M.A. & Smith A.R. (2008) Nitric oxide interacts with salicylate to regulate biphasic ethylene production during the hypersensitive response. Plant Physiology 148, 15371546.
  • Murphy M.E. & Noack E. (1994) Nitric oxide assay using haemoglobin method. Methods in Enzymology 233, 240250.
  • Mysore K.S. & Ryu C.-M. (2004) Nonhost resistance: how much do we know? Trends in Plant Science 9, 97104.
  • Noctor G., De Paepe R. & Foyer C.H. (2007) Mitochondrial redox biology and homeostasis in plants. Trends in Plant Science 12, 125134.
  • Nomura K., Melotto M. & He S.-Y. (2005) Suppression of host defense in compatible plant–Pseudomonas syringae interactions. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 8, 361368.
  • Norman C., Howell K.A., Millar A.H., Whelan J.M. & Day D.A. (2004) Salicylic acid is an uncoupler and inhibitor of mitochondrial electron transport. Plant Physiology 134, 492501.
  • Ordog S.H., Higgins V.J. & Vanlerberghe G.C. (2002) Alternative oxidase is not a critical component of plant viral resistance but may play a role in the hypersensitive response. Plant Physiology 129, 18581865.
  • Pontier D., Godiard L., Marco Y. & Roby D. (1994) hsr203J, a tobacco gene whose activation is rapid, highly localized and specific for incompatible plant/pathogen interactions. The Plant Journal 5, 507521.
  • Purvis A.C. (1997) Role of the alternative oxidase in limiting superoxide production by plant mitochondria. Physiologia Plantarum 100, 165170.
  • Qin G., Meng X., Wang Q. & Tian S. (2009) Oxidative damage of mitochondrial proteins contributes to fruit senescence: a redox proteomics analysis. Journal of Proteome Research 8, 24492462.
  • Rhoads D.M. & McIntosh L. (1992) Salicylic acid regulation of respiration in higher plants: alternative oxidase expression. The Plant Cell 4, 11311139.
  • Robinson K.M., Janes M.S. & Beckman J.S. (2008) The selective detection of mitochondrial superoxide by live cell imaging. Nature Protocols 3, 941947.
  • Robson C.A. & Vanlerberghe G.C. (2002) Transgenic plant cells lacking mitochondrial alternative oxidase have increased susceptibility to mitochondria-dependent and -independent pathways of programmed cell death. Plant Physiology 129, 19081920.
  • Robson C.A., Zhao D.Y. & Vanlerberghe G.C. (2008) Interactions between mitochondrial electron transport, reactive oxygen species, and the susceptibility of Nicotiana tabacum cells to programmed cell death. Botany 86, 278290.
  • Sambrook J. & Russell D.W. (2001) Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, USA.
  • Sieger S.M., Kristensen B.K., Robson C.A., Amirsadeghi S., Eng E.W.Y., Abdel-Mesih A., Møller I.M. & Vanlerberghe G.C. (2005) The role of alternative oxidase in modulating carbon use efficiency and growth during macronutrient stress in tobacco cells. Journal of Experimental Botany 56, 14991515.
  • Simons B.H., Millenaar F.F., Mulder L., van Loon L.C. & Lambers H. (1999) Enhanced expression and activation of alternative oxidase during infection of Arabidopsis with Pseudomonas syringae pv tomato. Plant Physiology 120, 529538.
  • de Souza W.R., Vessecchi R., Dorta D.J., Uyemura S.A., Curti C. & Vargas-Rechia C.G. (2011) Characterization of Rubus fruticosus mitochondria and salicylic acid inhibition of reactive oxygen species generation at Complex III/Q cycle: potential implications for hypersensitive response of plants. Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes 43, 237246.
  • Spoel S.H. & Loake G.J. (2011) Redox-based protein modifications: the missing link in plant immune signaling. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 14, 358364.
  • Sugie A., Murai K. & Takumi S. (2007) Alteration of respiration capacity and transcript accumulation level of alternative oxidase genes in necrosis lines of common wheat. Genes and Genetic Systems 82, 231239.
  • Swidzinski J.A., Sweetlove L.J. & Leaver C.J. (2002) A custom microarray of gene expression during programmed cell death in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Plant Journal 30, 431446.
  • Takahashi Y., Uehara Y., Berberich T., Ito A., Saitoh H., Miyazaki A., Terauchi R. & Kusano T. (2004) A subset of hypersensitive response marker genes, including HSR203J, is the downstream target of a spermine signal transduction pathway in tobacco. The Plant Journal 40, 586595.
  • Tiwari B.S., Belenghi B. & Levine A. (2002) Oxidative stress increased respiration and generation of reactive oxygen species, resulting in ATP depletion, opening of mitochondrial permeability transition, and programmed cell death. Plant Physiology 128, 12711281.
  • Torres M.A., Jones J.D.G. & Dangl J.L. (2006) Reactive oxygen species signaling in response to pathogens. Plant Physiology 141, 373378.
  • Van Der Straeten D., Chaerle L., Sharkov G., Lambers H. & Van Montagu M. (1995) Salicylic acid enhances the activity of the alternative pathway of respiration in tobacco leaves and induces thermogenicity. Planta 196, 412419.
  • Vanlerberghe G.C. & McIntosh L. (1996) Signals regulating the expression of the nuclear gene encoding alternative oxidase of plant mitochondria. Plant Physiology 111, 589595.
  • Vanlerberghe G.C., Day D.A., Wiskich J.T., Vanlerberghe A.E. & McIntosh L. (1995) Alternative oxidase activity in tobacco leaf mitochondria. Dependence on tricarboxylic acid cycle-mediated redox regulation and pyruvate activation. Plant Physiology 109, 353361.
  • Vanlerberghe G.C., Yip J.Y.H. & Parsons H.L. (1999) In organello and in vivo evidence of the importance of the regulatory sulfhydryl/disulfide system and pyruvate for alternative oxidase activity in tobacco. Plant Physiology 121, 793803.
  • Vanlerberghe G.C., Cvetkovska M. & Wang J. (2009) Is the maintenance of homeostatic mitochondrial signaling during stress a physiological role for alternative oxidase? Physiologia Plantarum 137, 392406.
  • Vidal G., Ribas-Carbo M., Garmier M., Dubertret G., Rasmusson A.G., Mathieu C., Foyer C.H. & De Paepe R. (2007) Lack of respiratory chain complex I impairs alternative oxidase engagement and modulates redox signaling during elicitor-induced cell death in tobacco. The Plant Cell 19, 640655.
  • Vlot A.C., Dempsey D.A. & Klessig D.F. (2009) Salicylic acid, a multifaceted hormone to combat disease. Annual Review of Phytopathology 47, 177206.
  • Weir I.E., Pham N.-A. & Hedley D.W. (2003) Oxidative stress is generated via the mitochondrial respiratory chain during plant cell apoptosis. Cytometry 54A, 109117.
  • Winger A.M., Millar A.H. & Day D.A. (2005) Sensitivity of plant mitochondrial terminal oxidases to the lipid peroxidation product 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal (HNE). Biochemical Journal 387, 865870.
  • Yao N., Tada Y., Sakamoto M., Nakayashiki H., Park P., Tosa Y. & Mayama S. (2002) Mitochondrial oxidative burst involved in apoptotic response in oats. The Plant Journal 30, 567579.
  • Yao N., Eisfelder B.J., Marvin J. & Greenberg J.T. (2004) The mitochondrion – an organelle commonly involved in programmed cell death in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Plant Journal 40, 596610.
  • Yun B.-W., Feechan A., Yin M., et al. (2011) S-nitrosylation of NADPH oxidase regulates cell death in plant immunity. Nature 478, 264268.