Signaling and Communication in Plant Symbiosis: 11 (Signaling and Communication in Plants)

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Plant Cell 20 , — Groth, M. NENA , a Lotus japonicus homolog of Sec13 , is required for rhizodermal infection by arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi and rhizobia but dispensable for cortical endosymbiotic development. Plant Cell 22 , — Capoen, W. Nuclear membranes control symbiotic calcium signaling of legumes.

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Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. Description A multiplicity of biotrophic micro-organisms interact with plants in nature, forming symbiotic relationships that range from mutualism to antagonism. To establish themselves within plant tissues, both mutualistic and pathogenic biotrophs need to overcome the plant defense response through an exchange of molecular signals.

Our knowledge of the nature of these signals and their function in the interaction has rapidly increased over the last few years. This volume focuses on the genetic, molecular and cellular components involved in the communication between partners of well-known symbioses, but also reports on the advances for less studied systems. DELLA proteins are common components of symbiotic rhizobial and mycorrhizal signalling pathways. Plant cells recognize chitin fragments for defense signaling through a plasma membrane receptor.

Biology and evolution of arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis in the light of genomics. Plant Cell 19 : — Lipid transfer from plants to arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi. Seven Lotus japonicus genes required for transcriptional reprogramming of the root during fungal and bacterial symbiosis. Plant Cell 17 : — Dynamics of periarbuscular membranes visualized with a fluorescent phosphate transporter in arbuscular mycorrhizal roots of rice. Localized expression of arbuscular mycorrhiza-inducible ammonium transporters in soybean. Isolation and phenotypic characterization of Lotus japonicus mutants specifically defective in arbuscular mycorrhizal formation.

A tomato strigolactone-impaired mutant displays aberrant shoot morphology and plant interactions. Plant Cell 26 : — A petunia ABC protein controls strigolactone-dependent symbiotic signalling and branching. Shoot control of root development and nodulation is mediated by a receptor-like kinase. Membrane steroid-binding protein 1 induced by a diffusible fungal signal is critical for mycorrhization in Medicago truncatula. The mutualistic interaction between plants and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Mycorrhiza 23 : — Plant Cell 28 : — Single nucleus genome sequencing reveals high similarity among nuclei of an endomycorrhizal fungus.

Strigolactone biosynthesis and signaling in plant development. Fatty acids in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are synthesized by the host plant. A receptor kinase gene of the LysM type is involved in legume perception of rhizobial signals. Fungal lipochitooligosaccharide symbiotic signals in arbuscular mycorrhiza. Nature : 58— A novel nuclear protein interacts with the symbiotic DMI3 calcium- and calmodulin-dependent protein kinase of Medicago truncatula. Plant Cell 25 : — The bifunctional plant receptor, OsCERK1, regulates both chitin-triggered immunity and arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis in rice.

Influence of genes determining supernodulation on root colonization by the mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae in Pisum sativum and Medicago truncatula mutants. Mycorrhiza 10 : 37— Vapyrin, a gene essential for intracellular progression of arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis, is also essential for infection by rhizobia in the nodule symbiosis of Medicago truncatula.

An N-acetylglucosamine transporter required for arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses in rice and maize. F-box protein MAX2 has dual roles in karrikin and strigolactone signaling in Arabidopsis thaliana. HAR1 mediates systemic regulation of symbiotic organ development. Rice gibberellin-insensitive gene homolog, OsGAI, encodes a nuclear-localized protein capable of gene activation at transcriptional level.

Gene : 21— Speak, friend, and enter: signalling systems that promote beneficial symbiotic associations in plants. LysM-type mycorrhizal receptor recruited for rhizobium symbiosis in nonlegume Parasponia. IPD3 controls the formation of nitrogen-fixing symbiosomes in pea and Medicago spp. Hyphal branching during arbuscule development requires Reduced Arbuscular Mycorrhiza 1. Intracellular accommodation of microbes by plants: a common developmental program for symbiosis and disease? Plant Biol. Derivative alleles of the Arabidopsis gibberellin-insensitive GAI mutation confer a wild-type phenotype.

Plant Cell 5 : — The Arabidopsis GAI gene defines a signaling pathway that negatively regulates gibberellin responses. The Medicago truncatula ortholog of Arabidopsis EIN2, sickle, is a negative regulator of symbiotic and pathogenic microbial associations. Carbon uptake and the metabolism and transport of lipids in an arbuscular mycorrhiza.

The origin of land plants: a matter of mycotrophism. Biosystems 6 : — Polar localization of a symbiosis-specific phosphate transporter is mediated by a transient reorientation of secretion. Medicago truncatula Vapyrin is a novel protein required for arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. A tandem Kunitz protease inhibitor KPI -serine carboxypeptidase SCP1 controls mycorrhiza establishment and arbuscule development in Medicago truncatula. Four hundred-million-year-old vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae. USA 91 : — Spontaneous symbiotic reprogramming of plant roots triggered by receptor-like kinases.

Plant carbon nourishment of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Genome Biol. Metabolite profiling of mycorrhizal roots of Medicago truncatula. Phytochemistry 69 : — Plant Mol. Partitioning of intermediary carbon metabolism in vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal leek. The Arabidopsis RGA gene encodes a transcriptional regulator repressing the gibberellin signal transduction pathway.

Plant Cell 10 : — Cell Host Microbe 15 : — Mycorrhizal Symbiosis. A plant receptor-like kinase required for both bacterial and fungal symbiosis. Apoplastic plant subtilases support arbuscular mycorrhiza development in Lotus japonicus. ATP-dependent but proton gradient-independent polyphosphate-synthesizing activity in extraradical hyphae of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus.

Genome of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus provides insight into the oldest plant symbiosis. USA : Dependence of arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungi on their plant host for palmitic acid synthesis. A role for the mevalonate pathway in early plant symbiotic signaling. PUB1 interacts with the receptor kinase DMI2 and negatively regulates rhizobial and arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses through its ubiquitination activity in Medicago truncatula.

Phylogenetic distribution and evolution of mycorrhizas in land plants. Mycorrhiza 16 : — A common signaling process that promotes mycorrhizal and oomycete colonization of plants. Plant 8 : — The karrikin response system of Arabidopsis. Specialisation within the DWARF14 protein family confers distinct responses to karrikins and strigolactones in Arabidopsis. Fatty acid synthesis and lipid metabolism in the obligate biotrophic fungus Rhizophagus irregularis during mycorrhization of Lotus japonicus.

Network of GRAS transcription factors involved in the control of arbuscule development in Lotus japonicus. Nonredundant regulation of rice arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis by two members of the phosphate transporter1 gene family. Plant Cell 24 : — Phosphorus deficiency in red clover promotes exudation of orobanchol, the signal for mycorrhizal symbionts and germination stimulant for root parasites.

Planta : — Nitrogen deficiency as well as phosphorus deficiency in sorghum promotes the production and exudation of 5-deoxystrigol, the host recognition signal for arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and root parasites. The D3 F-box protein is a key component in host strigolactone responses essential for arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis.

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Bacterial GRAS domain proteins throw new light on gibberellic acid response mechanisms. Bioinformatics 28 : — Two Medicago truncatula half-ABC transporters are essential for arbuscule development in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. EXO70I is essential for development of a sub-domain of the periarbuscular membrane during arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis.

EXO70I is required for development of a sub-domain of the periarbuscular membrane during arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. The receptor kinase CERK1 has dual functions in symbiosis and immunity signalling. Plant signalling in symbiosis and immunity. Support Center Support Center. External link.

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