LysM-Type Mycorrhizal Receptor Recruited for Rhizobium Symbiosis in Nonlegume Parasponia

@article{Camp2011LysMTypeMR,
  title={LysM-Type Mycorrhizal Receptor Recruited for Rhizobium Symbiosis in Nonlegume Parasponia},
  author={Rik Op den Camp and A. Streng and S. De Mita and Q. Cao and Elisa Polone and Wei Liu and J. S. Ammiraju and D. Kudrna and R. Wing and A. Untergasser and T. Bisseling and R. Geurts},
  journal={Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={331},
  pages={909 - 912}
}
  • Rik Op den Camp, A. Streng, +9 authors R. Geurts
  • Published 2011
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Science
  • Parasponia uses a mycorrhizal signaling receptor essential for arbuscle formation to control rhizobium nodule symbiosis. Rhizobium–root nodule symbiosis is generally considered to be unique for legumes. However, there is one exception, and that is Parasponia. In this nonlegume, the rhizobial nodule symbiosis evolved independently and is, as in legumes, induced by rhizobium Nod factors. We used Parasponia andersonii to identify genetic constraints underlying evolution of Nod factor signaling… CONTINUE READING
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