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As Downstream genes in tandem pairs. (B) Antisense RNA levels of upstream opposed to other reports in tomato and Arabidopsis (Fray et al ; Qin et al ; Tata et al), tobacco plants may perhaps have enough precursor molecules which are accessible for the three common pathways, boosting fitness in these transgenic plants.Fig. Progress in Lipid Research , . Britton G, LiaanenJensen S, Pfander H. (eds) . Carotenoids Handbook . BaselBostonBerlin: Birkhauser Verlag. Busch M, Seuter A, Hain R. . Functional analysis of the early measures of carotenoid biosynthesis in tobacco. Plant Physiology , . CarreteroPaulet L, Cairo A, BotellaPavia P, Besumbes O, Campos N, Boronat A,.Dlings increases carotenoid levels and produces a feedback mechanism that final results in the accumulation on the DXS protein (Rodr uezVillalon etal). On the contrary, an unexpected reduction in total carotenoids and also a lower PSY protein level was obtained in roots of carrots that express the AtCYPgenes, which is proposed as a negative feedback inhibition developed by carotenoids downstream of carotene (Arango et al). The mechanism underlying the phenomenon by which the overexpression of Dclcyb is capable of inducing the expression of other genes remains to become determined. Nevertheless, considering that the mechanism of regulation on the carotenoid flux might vary from a single species to one more and that the outcomes obtained may also depend around the nature on the gene and its transcript abundance, it can be conceivable that a carotenederived molecule could act as a retrograde signal to induce feedbackactivating isoprenoid precursors, which is enough to explain the increment in carotene, gibberellins and chlorophyll amounts in DcLcyboverexpressing tobaccos. Taking the outcomes presented here and elsewhere with each other, we propose that Dclcyb benefits in larger carotene levels (and lutein; step , Fig.) which in turn permits the production of signaling molecules, for instance cyclocitral or dihydroactinidiolide that modulates the transcription of endogenous Ntpsy and Ntpsy (step , Fig.) or could upregulate directly the expression of Ntdxs or Ntggpps from the isoprenoid pathway (step , Fig. ), producing an increase in the popular precursor GGPP (step , Fig. ) and triggering the rise in total carotenoids, chlorophyll and gibberellin levels (step , Fig.). Unlike other reports in tomato and Arabidopsis (Fray et al ; Qin et al ; Tata et al), tobacco plants may possibly have sufficient precursor molecules that happen to be accessible for the three typical pathways, boosting fitness in these transgenic plants.Fig. . Scheme of a proposed model for boosting carotenoid, gibberellin and chlorophyll synthesis in Dclcyb transgenic tobacco. Carotenoid, chlorophyll and gibberellin biosynthesis pathways are presented. The over expression of Dclcyb causes a higher production of carotenethat might be cleaved by singlet oxygen to make apocarotenoids including cyclocitral or dihydroactinidiolide that could act as retrograde signaling molecule(s) to activate the expression of endogenous psy genes , or of dxs and ggpps genes involved in early isoprenoid production , raising probably the synthesis on the frequent precursor, GGPP, resulting in higher accumulation of gibberellins, chlorophylls and carotenoids . (This figure is obtainable in colour at JXB on the web.)Moreno et al.Finally, the function presented here delivers an alternative strategy for genetic manipulation of agronomically valuable crops to improve plant fitness by suggests from the overexpression of a single carrot carotenogenic gene.Biemelt S, Tschiersch H, Sonnewald U. . Effect of altered gibberellin metabolism on biomass accumulation, lignin biosynthesis, and photosynthesis in transgenic tobacco plants. Plant Physiology , .