Exploring bacteria-induced growth and morphogenesis in the green macroalga order Ulvales (Chlorophyta)

@inproceedings{Wichard2015ExploringBG,
  title={Exploring bacteria-induced growth and morphogenesis in the green macroalga order Ulvales (Chlorophyta)},
  author={Thomas Wichard},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2015}
}
Green macroalgae, such as Ulvales, lose their typical morphology completely when grown under axenic conditions or in the absence of the appropriate microbiome. As a result, slow growing aberrant phenotypes or even callus-like morphotypes are observed in Ulvales. The cross-kingdom interactions between marine algae and microorganisms are hence not only restricted by the exchange of macronutrients, including vitamins and nutrients, but also by infochemicals such as bacterial morphogenetic… CONTINUE READING

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