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Early stages of legume-rhizobia symbiosis are controlled by ABCG-mediated transport of active cytokinins.
The role of ABCG56, a full-size ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporter in the early stages of the nodulation is shown and data indicate that ABCG-mediated cytokinin transport is important for proper establishment of N-fixing nodules.
LC/MS profiling of flavonoid glycoconjugates isolated from hairy roots, suspension root cell cultures and seedling roots of Medicago truncatula
- Anna Staszków, Barbara Swarcewicz, J. Banasiak, D. Muth, M. Jasiński, M. Stobiecki
- Biology, MedicineMetabolomics
- 12 February 2011
This work compared profiles of flavonoids isolated from seedling roots, hairy roots, and suspension root cell cultures of a model legume plant, Medicago truncatula, and evaluated the elemental composition of protonated molecules, such as [M + H].
Full-size ABC transporters from the ABCG subfamily in medicago truncatula.
- M. Jasiński, J. Banasiak, Marcin Radom, A. Kalitkiewicz, M. Figlerowicz
- Biology, Environmental ScienceMolecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI
- 9 July 2009
The data presented provide a scaffold for further studies of the physiological function of Medicago ABCG transporters and their possible role in modulating plant-microorganism interactions.
Taxonomic status of Stagnicola palustris (O. F. Muller, 1774) and S. turricula (Held, 1836) (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Lymnaeidae) in view of new molecular and chorological data
New data on the distribution of S. palustris and S. turricula in Poland showed – in contrast to the earlier reports – that their ranges overlapped, and this sympatric distribution together with the small but clearly marked differences in molecular features as well as with differences in the male genitalia strongly support the view that they are separate species and not two subspecies within S.Palustris.
A Medicago truncatula ABC transporter belonging to subfamily G modulates the level of isoflavonoids.
Based on the presented data, it is proposed that in Medicago, full-sized ABCG transporters might modulate isoflavonoid levels during the defence response associated with de novo synthesis of phytoalexins.
Abscisic acid - an overlooked player in plant-microbe symbioses formation?
An overview of ABA interplay in beneficial associations of plants with microorganisms and propose ABA as a potential factor determining whether the investment in establishing the interaction is higher than the profit coming from it is proposed.
MtABCG20 is an ABA exporter influencing root morphology and seed germination of Medicago truncatula
- Aleksandra Pawela, J. Banasiak, Wanda Biała, E. Martinoia, M. Jasiński
- Environmental ScienceThe Plant journal : for cell and molecular…
- 6 March 2019
A Medicago truncatula ATP‐binding cassette (ABC) transporter, MtABCG20, is described as an ABA exporter present in roots and germinating seeds, and Heterologous expression in Arabidopsis thaliana provided evidence that Mt ABCG20 is a plasma membrane protein that is likely to form homodimers.
Medicago truncatula ABCG10 is a transporter of 4-coumarate and liquiritigenin in the medicarpin biosynthetic pathway
- Wanda Biała, J. Banasiak, K. Jarzyniak, Aleksandra Pawela, M. Jasiński
- MedicineJournal of experimental botany
- 28 March 2017
A full-size Medicago ABCG protein acts as a distributor of medicarpin early precursors and a modulator of phenylpropanoid pathway activity upon biotic stress.
A roadmap of plant membrane transporters in arbuscular mycorrhizal and legume–rhizobium symbioses
- J. Banasiak, Tomasz Jamruszka, J. Murray, M. Jasiński
- Environmental SciencePlant physiology
- 17 June 2021
This review synthesizes recent findings associated with different stages of symbiosis, from the pre-symbiotic stage to nutrient exchange, and describes the role of host transport systems in both mycorrhizal and legume–rhizobia symbioses.
The Full-Size ABCG Transporter of Medicago truncatula Is Involved in Strigolactone Secretion, Affecting Arbuscular Mycorrhiza
- J. Banasiak, L. Borghi, Natalia Stec, E. Martinoia, M. Jasiński
- BiologyFrontiers in Plant Science
- 7 February 2020
It is shown that overexpression of a SL transporter from petunia (PaPDR1) enhances AMF colonization rates in M. truncatula, and the reduced mycorrhization indicates that less SLs are secreted by the mutant plants, which is in line with the observation that mtabcg59 exudates exhibit a reduced stimulating effect on the germination of the parasitic plant Phelipanche ramosa compared to the corresponding wild type.