A Secreted Effector Protein of Laccaria bicolor Is Required for Symbiosis Development

@article{Plett2011ASE,
  title={A Secreted Effector Protein of Laccaria bicolor Is Required for Symbiosis Development},
  author={Jonathan M Plett and Minna Kemppainen and Shiv D. Kale and Annegret Kohler and Val{\'e}rie Legu{\'e} and Annick Brun and Brett M. Tyler and Alejandro Guillermo Pardo and Francis Martin},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={1197-1203}
}
Soil-borne mutualistic fungi, such as the ectomycorrhizal fungi, have helped shape forest communities worldwide over the last 180 million years through a mutualistic relationship with tree roots in which the fungal partner provides a large array of nutrients to the plant host in return for photosynthetically derived sugars. This exchange is essential for continued growth and productivity of forest trees, especially in nutrient-poor soils. To date, the signals from the two partners that mediate… CONTINUE READING

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