Functional genomics and signaling events in mycorrhizal symbiosis

Title
Functional genomics and signaling events in mycorrhizal symbiosis
Author(s)
배한홍타판쿠말모한타
Keywords
MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA ROOTS; FUNGUS GLOMUS-INTRARADICES; DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE; ENDOGENOUS SALICYLIC-ACID; ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZA; LOTUS-JAPONICUS; PHOSPHATE TRANSPORTER; CA2+ SPIKING; GERMINATION STIMULANTS; AMMONIUM TRANSPORTERS
Issue Date
201502
Publisher
TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD
Citation
JOURNAL OF PLANT INTERACTIONS, v.10, no.1, pp.21 - 40
Abstract
The symbiotic association between plant and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi is an evolutionary conserved association that resulted from co-evolutionary events where both partners benefit from each other. Different plant genes, hormones, and miRNAs regulate this symbiotic association at different levels. Of those, the most important signaling molecules that play critical roles in symbiotic association are plant-derived strigolactones and fungal-derived lipochito-oligosaccharides. These molecules regulate the symbiotic association at the initial stage of symbiosis. Subsequent signaling events of these two molecules activate downstream signaling cascades to develop a proper symbiotic relationship between plants and fungi.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/33464http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17429145.2015.1005180
ISSN
1742-9145
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