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Expression profiling of Chondrus crispus Rhodophyta after exposure to methyl jasmonate. Receptor protein kinases—pattern recognition receptors in plant immunity. Plant Cell Physiol National Center for Biotechnology InformationU.
Biochim Biophys Acta Effects of coral reef benthic primary producers on dissolved organic carbon and microbial activity. MAPK cascades in plant disease resistance signaling.
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Langmead B, Salzberg SL. Following the recognition of microbes, evidence has emerged for the occurrence and significant role of innate immunity processes as the first line of defense in seaweeds, similarly to that observed in vascular plants and metazoans 10— 13including transient production of reactive oxygen species ROS 14— These findings may corroborate the occurrence of increased vesicle transport in Laurencia reanto a response to microbes Vibrio madracius is phylogenetically close to the V.
Transcriptomic analysis of the red seaweed Laurencia dendroidea Florideophyceae, Rhodophyta and its microbiome. After 24, 48, and 72 karinha, control and inoculated L.
Characterization of a respiratory burst oxidase homologue from Pyropia haitanensis with unique molecular phylogeny and rapid stress response. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and interpretation, or the decision to submit the work for publication. Front Plant Sci 4: Quality control and preprocessing of metagenomic datasets. Genome structure and metabolic features in the red seaweed Chondrus crispus shed light on evolution rwnato the Archaeplastida. Here, we detected the upregulation in L.
Despite being part of the defensive strategy of seaweeds against fouling 20the presence of ROS can damage the seaweed cell structures, so the oxidative burst must be tightly regulated through the activation of antioxidant enzymes Pattern recognition receptors are largely unknown in seaweeds.
The number of differentially expressed genes in the seaweed L. Despite indirect evidence for the occurrence of mitogen-activated protein kinase MAPK cascades in seaweeds 49the involvement of this pathway in the response to bacteria was not previously investigated.
Genes coding for defense-related transcription activators, reactive oxygen species metabolism, terpene biosynthesis, and energy conversion pathways were upregulated in inoculated samples of Pereirq. Vibrio madracius was isolated from the coral Madracis decactis sampled in Saint Peter and Saint Paul archipelago H 2 O 2 plays different roles in determining penetration failure in three diverse plant-fungal interactions.
Besides, the occurrence of disease outbreaks in marunha reared seaweeds, such as Porphyra nori cultures, causes significant economic losses due to a reduction of annual production 9. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.
The antifouling defence mechanisms of marine macroalgae. A recent study demonstrated the occurrence of genes coding for LRR kinases in the brown seaweed Ectocarpus siliculosus that, due to their molecular structure, were considered to represent candidate pathogen receptors Highly dynamic exon shuffling in candidate pathogen receptors … what if brown algae were capable of adaptive immunity?
Moreover, the upregulation of genes involved in monoterpene biosynthesis was detected in L. This report contributes significantly to the current knowledge about the molecular mechanisms involved in the highly dynamic seaweed-bacterium interactions. Dissection of two distinct defense-related responses to agar oligosaccharides in Gracilaria chilensis Rhodophyta and Gracilaria conferta Rhodophyta. Overall, MAMPs include conserved molecules that are characteristic of microbes but are absent in hosts, e.
Heat shock factor HsfB1 primes gene transcription and systemic acquired resistance in Arabidopsis. Inhibition of photosynthesis and bleaching of zooxanthellae by the coral pathogen Vibrio shiloi. Rho family GTPase-dependent immunity in plants and animals. Induction of halogenated vesicle transport in cells of the red seaweed Laurencia obtusa. Ethene ethylene production in the marine macroalga Ulva Enteromorpha intestinalis L.
Seaweeds are extremely susceptible to microbial colonization due to the release of large amounts of carbon compounds that act as chemical attractants and nutrient sources for bacteria 1. J Exp Bot Our aim was to identify the major transcriptional responses of L.
Secondary metabolites and defense. J Nat Prod The analysis was based on the following numbers of replicates: J Chem Ecol Recently, an initial attempt to understand the global effects of microbes on a seaweed transcriptome was indirectly made using an agarolytic enzyme The present study provided novel insights into the complexity of seaweed-microbe interactions and the defensive strategies of L.
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The effects of seaweed secondary metabolites on biofouling. Simultaneous infection by red rot and chytrid diseases in Porphyra yezoensis Ueda. Adv Bot Res There is evidence that JA, or a structurally similar compound sis also involved in defense signals in macroalgae, as this substance induced the expression of stress-related genes in C.
By expanding knowledge about seaweed-bacterium interactions and about the integrated defensive system in seaweeds, this work offers the basis for the development of tools to increase the resistance of cultured seaweeds to bacterial infections. Genes involved in PI signaling were also upregulated in L.
The halogenated metabolites in L. Traffic of secondary metabolites to cell surface in the red alga Laurencia cerspo depends on a two-step transport by the cytoskeleton.