LuxR- and luxI-type quorum-sensing circuits are prevalent in members of the Populus deltoides microbiome.

@article{Schaefer2013LuxRAL,
  title={LuxR- and luxI-type quorum-sensing circuits are prevalent in members of the Populus deltoides microbiome.},
  author={Amy L. Schaefer and Colin R Lappala and Ryan P Morlen and Dale A. Pelletier and Tan Shaohua Lu and Patricia K. Lankford and Caroline S Harwood and E. Peter Greenberg},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={79 18},
  pages={
          5745-52
        }
}
We are interested in the root microbiome of the fast-growing Eastern cottonwood tree, Populus deltoides. There is a large bank of bacterial isolates from P. deltoides, and there are 44 draft genomes of bacterial endophyte and rhizosphere isolates. As a first step in efforts to understand the roles of bacterial communication and plant-bacterial signaling in P. deltoides, we focused on the prevalence of acyl-homoserine lactone (AHL) quorum-sensing-signal production and reception in members of the… CONTINUE READING

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