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Nod factor/nitrate-induced CLE genes that drive HAR1-mediated systemic regulation of nodulation.
Host legumes control root nodule numbers by sensing external and internal cues. A major external cue is soil nitrate, whereas a feedback regulatory system in which earlier formed nodules suppressExpand
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CYCLOPS, a mediator of symbiotic intracellular accommodation
The initiation of intracellular infection of legume roots by symbiotic rhizobia bacteria and arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) fungi is preceded by the induction of calcium signatures in and around theExpand
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Deregulation of a Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent kinase leads to spontaneous nodule development
Induced development of a new plant organ in response to rhizobia is the most prominent manifestation of legume root-nodule symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Here we show that the complexExpand
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HAR1 mediates systemic regulation of symbiotic organ development
Symbiotic root nodules are beneficial to leguminous host plants; however, excessive nodulation damages the host because it interferes with the distribution of nutrients in the plant. To keep a steadyExpand
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Root-derived CLE glycopeptides control nodulation by direct binding to HAR1 receptor kinase.
Leguminous plants establish a symbiosis with rhizobia to enable nitrogen fixation in root nodules under the control of the presumed root-to-shoot-to-root negative feedback called autoregulation ofExpand
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Genome of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus provides insight into the oldest plant symbiosis
Significance The arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis between fungi of the Glomeromycota phylum and plants involves more than two-thirds of all known plant species, including important crop species. ThisExpand
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Plastid proteins crucial for symbiotic fungal and bacterial entry into plant roots
The roots of most higher plants form arbuscular mycorrhiza, an ancient, phosphate-acquiring symbiosis with fungi, whereas only four related plant orders are able to engage in the evolutionary youngerExpand
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NUCLEOPORIN85 Is Required for Calcium Spiking, Fungal and Bacterial Symbioses, and Seed Production in Lotus japonicus
In Lotus japonicus, seven genetic loci have been identified thus far as components of a common symbiosis (Sym) pathway shared by rhizobia and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. We characterized the nup85Expand
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The Sulfate Transporter SST1 Is Crucial for Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation in Lotus japonicus Root Nodules
Symbiotic nitrogen fixation (SNF) by intracellular rhizobia within legume root nodules requires the exchange of nutrients between host plant cells and their resident bacteria. Little is known at theExpand
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NENA, a Lotus japonicus Homolog of Sec13, Is Required for Rhizodermal Infection by Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Fungi and Rhizobia but Dispensable for Cortical Endosymbiotic Development[C][W]
NENA was identified by a genetic screen for Lotus japonicus mutants impaired in arbuscular mycorrhiza and encodes a scaffold nucleoporin. nena mutants are also impaired in rhizobial root hairExpand
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