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Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
Connecting ultrastructure to molecules
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Connecting ultrastructure to molecules

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MSA 2009 talk on Chytrid evolution using comparative genomics to connect classic work on ultrastructure differences to molecular components.

MSA 2009 talk on Chytrid evolution using comparative genomics to connect classic work on ultrastructure differences to molecular components.

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  • 1. Connecting ultrastructure to molecules: Studying evolution of molecular components of cellular division in fungi from comparative genomics. Jason Stajich University of California, Riverside
  • 2. Evolutionary transitions in fungal cellular structure <:,./,7 40(78(6(, 31(,.(6(, $7/,6(, $%&'()*('%+%, ,-./$ !"#$%%& 312/'%+%(02&(/, C:,)/(&:,+%(02&(/, $=:/%&7::=:,'FI%/1F $=&('(02&(/%., +%GG7'7./%,/7+F/%))=7) -./(0(*1/1('(02&(/%., >((*,5(02&(/%., E())F(GFG:,57::=0 ?%&@A7::(02&(/%., ;:(07'(02&(/, $%/(/%&F)*(',.5%, <=&&%.%(02&(/%., !"#$%$&'()&*" /(F0%/(/%&F&(.%+%,F 9)/%:,5%.(02&(/%., H75=:,'F)7*/, 45,'%&(02&(/%., D,*1'%.(02&(/%., +#)&'()&*" $7%(/%&F)*(',.5%,F/(F B,&&1,'(02&(/%., 7A/7'.,:F07%()*('7) <76%6(02&(/%., !"## !### "## # Stajich, Berbee, Blackwell, Hibbett, James, Spatafora, $%::%(.)F(GF27,') Taylor. Current Biology. in press
  • 3. Connecting evolutionary transitions to molecules • Comparative genomics can help inventory the genes shared or missing between species • Tracing the evolution from a flagellated, aquatic ancestor to filamentous and • Using genome sequences from Chytridiomycota, Mucormycotina, and Dikarya fungi can compare genes that are found only in Dikarya fungi and linked to the clade-specific phenotypes • 3 transitions illuminated • Cellular division • Cell wall composition • Septa
  • 4. Genome samples from fungi Dictyostelium Monosiga Choanoflagellida Caenorhabditis Metazoa Drosophila Homo Batrachochytrium ‘Chytrid’ Chytrid 5 Spiromyces Zygomycota Opisthokont ‘Chytrid’ Olpidium Rhizopus Mucormycotina Muromycotina 3 Fungi Glomus Glomeromycota Glomeromycota (1) Puccinia Cryptococcus Basidiomycota Basidiomycota >30 Coprinopsis Schizosaccharomyces Taphrinomycotina Taphrinomycotina 4 Yarrowia Saccharomyces Saccharomycotina Saccharomycotina > 20 Ascomycota Candida Morchella Cochliobolus Cladonia Pezizomycotina Aspergillus Coccidioides Magnaporthe Pezizomycotina >60 100+ Genomes Neurospora Fusarium Tree Based on James TY et al. 2006. Botryotinia Nature. http://fungalgenomes.org/wiki/Fungal_Genome_Links
  • 5. Mucormycotina Ascomycota B.dendrobatidis genes shared with other fungi ~50% Via all-vs-all similar searches using FASTP and 1e-5 E-value cutoff Using genomes from 30 fungi and the B. dendrobatidis genome Basidiomycota Identify the shared genes ~8800 genes in B. dendrobatidis
  • 6. Differences between animal-like and fungal Microtubule attachment points • Transition from flagellated cells with centrioles microtuble Microtuble • Spindle pole bodies in non- flagellated fungi attachment point • How did this transition occur? • Loss of flagellum coupled with transition in basal bodies? http://remf.dartmouth.edu/ Thomas H. Gidding Yeast spindle-pole body Animal centriole
  • 7. Differences between animal-like and fungal Microtubule attachment points • Transition from flagellated cells with centrioles microtuble Microtuble • Spindle pole bodies in non- flagellated fungi attachment point • How did this transition occur? • Loss of flagellum coupled with transition in basal bodies? http://remf.dartmouth.edu/ Thomas H. Gidding Chytrid centriole Yeast spindle-pole body Animal centriole
  • 8. .org on February 27, 2008 Centrioles in animals and chytrids are homologous structures Cross-section of a rat kangaroo Chytrid zoospore cross section with (Marsupial, Animalia) centriole 2 centrioles region Berns MW et al. J Cell Biol 1977 Entophlyctis luteolus Longcore. Mycologia 1995
  • 9. Chytrid genome is missing some chromosome segregation and mitosis related genes • Missing genes in the B. dendrobatidis genome • MSP3, KAR1, KAR2 for nuclear membrane fusion during karyogamy and Spindle-body duplication • SPC42 - central plaque component of spindle pole bodies • CEP3 - essential kinetochore protein • CIN2 - Tubulin folding protein • REC8 for sister chromatid cohesion • DASH Complex for kinetochores coupling during mitosis (10 genes)
  • 10. Septa • Septa allow for separation of cells, isolate cytoplasm, allow for cellular differentiation. Auriscalpium vulgare • Regular septa in the Dikarya, but septa do (Agaricomycotina) hyphal exist in some pre-Dikarya septum. Celio et al. Mycologia. 2007 • Septa observed in the Kickxellomycotina (Coemansia) • All 6 septin genes identified in Aspergillus are found in early fungi (B. dendrobatidis) A. nidulans (Pezizomycotina) septum and woronin body. Coemansia Momany et al. Mycologia. 2002 Stajich et al. Current Biol. in press
  • 11. Fungal cell wall changes Yeast Cell Wall Selitrennikoff CP, AEM 2001
  • 12. Cell wall changes from Early fungi • Looking at the proteins known to make up cell wall in well studied yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae • Identified series of genes missing in Bd including major components of the 1,3-β glucan biosynthesis pathway (FKS1) and many of the KTH transporters • With collaborators (JP Latge) we showed through a simple cell wall composition assay • Missing β(1,3)- & β(1,6)-glucans but contain β(1,4)- glucan: cellulose. • Few "higher" fungi have been documented to have cellulose in cell walls (Ascomycota) • Bd is much less sensitive to Enchinocandin drugs which target FKS1 • Does gain of genes to make β(1,3)-glucan and/or loss of cellulose represent one of the major transitions from aquatic to terrestrial lifestyles for fungi?
  • 13. Connecting molecules to evolutionary transitions • Nuclear division changes • Basal body, centriole loss coupled with loss of flagellum • What happened first? Where did spindle-pole body genes evolve from - duplication or novel gene creation? Did some of flagellum & basal body genes evolve new functions? • Multicellular development • Differentiation of multicellular tissue, septation, and signaling • Cell wall changes • 1,3 Beta-glucan and 1,6 Beta-glucan synthesis evolved after Chytrid divergence • Was this a necessary transition with the aquatic to terresterial life changes?
  • 14. Identifying an ancient photoreceptor • Fungi have some light sensing molecules but no known rhodopsins have been cloned. • Rhodopsin molecule implicated in zoospore phototaxis in Allomyces (by comparing wavelengths where cells responsed) • Sequence similarity identifies a candidate 7-transmembrane protein, but has insertion found in both Bd and Allomyces (draft genome). insertion?
  • 15. Transitions inferred from genome comparisons AFTER CHYTRID SPLIT Monosiga brevicollis Loss of: • Flagella, centrioles Homo sapiens • 1,4 Beta-glucan Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis synthesis Gain of: Rhizopus oryzae • STE50 adaptor • Some glucan synthase Cryptococcus neoformans and transferases • Rhodopsin-like Coprinopsis cinerea 7TM Laccaria bicolor IN DIKARYA, Gain of: Dikarya Schizosaccharomyces pombe • Spindle-pole bodies • 1,3 Beta glucan synthase Saccharomyces cerevisiae • Thiamine biosynthesis • STE3 pheremone receptor Neurospora crassa • DASH complex • KTR mannosylphosphate Aspergillus nidulans family Loss of: Coccidioides immitis • Chitosanase
  • 16. Thanks John Taylor & Laboratory (Univ California, Berkeley) Mary Berbee (Univ British Columbia) UC Berkeley Imaging facility & Barbara Waaland Miller Institute B.dendrobatidis sequencing Joint Genome Institute & Broad Institute http://fungalgenomes.org/blog
  • 17. New research starting at UC Riverside • Interested in research in fungal genomics? • Evolution of fungal development • Post-transcriptional gene regulation and small RNAs • Fungal cell evolution in early diverging chytrid and ‘zygomycete’ fungi • Bioinformatics and genome informatics of fungal comparative genomics

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