Jasmonic acid is involved in the signaling pathway for fungal endophyte-induced volatile oil accumulation of Atractylodes lancea plantlets

@inproceedings{Ren2012JasmonicAI,
  title={Jasmonic acid is involved in the signaling pathway for fungal endophyte-induced
volatile oil accumulation of Atractylodes lancea plantlets},
  author={Cheng-gang Ren and C C Dai},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2012}
}
BackgroundJasmonic acid (JA) is a well-characterized signaling molecule in plant defense responses. However, its relationships with other signal molecules in secondary metabolite production induced by endophytic fungus are largely unknown. Atractylodes lancea (Asteraceae) is a traditional Chinese medicinal plant that produces antimicrobial volatiles oils. We incubated plantlets of A. lancea with the fungus Gilmaniella sp. AL12. to research how JA interacted with other signal molecules in… CONTINUE READING

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