General information

Mutant name rst1-3
Mutant/Transgenic plant mutant
Ecotype Col-0
Mutagenesis type
Dominant/Recessive/Semi-dominant
PMID 19625635
CommentNo comment

Mutated genes

Locus name Alias Hormone Mutated site Paper description
AT1G75830 RST1 ethylene T-DNA insertion lines Predicted to encode a PR (pathogenesis-related) protein. Belongs to the plant defensin (PDF) family with the following members: At1g75830/PDF1.1, At5g44420/PDF1.2a, At2g26020/PDF1.2b, At5g44430/PDF1.2c, At2g26010/PDF1.3, At1g19610/PDF1.4, At1g55010/PDF1.5, At2g02120/PDF2.1, At2g02100/PDF2.2, At2g02130/PDF2.3, At1g61070/PDF2.4, At5g63660/PDF2.5, At2g02140/PDF2.6, At5g38330/PDF3.1 and At4g30070/PDF3.2.
AT3G27670 RST1 jasmonic acid A novel protein, did not show high similarity to any protein of known function; reveals a novel genetic connection between lipid synthesis and embryo development. Expressed in all tissues examined including leaves, flowers, roots, stems, and siliques, but accumulation levels were not correlated with the degree to which different organs appeared affected by the mutation. Mutant plants showed alterations in the cuticular wax profiles and embryo development.
AT3G27670 RST1 salicylic acid A novel protein, did not show high similarity to any protein of known function; reveals a novel genetic connection between lipid synthesis and embryo development. Expressed in all tissues examined including leaves, flowers, roots, stems, and siliques, but accumulation levels were not correlated with the degree to which different organs appeared affected by the mutation. Mutant plants showed alterations in the cuticular wax profiles and embryo development.

Phenotype information

Organ AttributeNo hormone
Stress PathogenThe rst1 mutant exhibits enhanced susceptibility to the biotrophic fungal pathogen Erysiphe cichoracearum but enhanced resistance to the necrotrophic fungal pathogens Botrytis cinerea and Alternaria brassicicola.
otherThe rst1 mutant exhibits enhanced susceptibility to the biotrophic fungal pathogen Erysiphe cichoracearum but enhanced resistance to the necrotrophic fungal pathogens Botrytis cinerea and Alternaria brassicicola.