Unraveling plant-microbe interactions: can multi-species transcriptomics help?

  title={Unraveling plant-microbe interactions: can multi-species transcriptomics help?},
  author={Peer M Schenk and Lilia Costa Carvalhais and Kemal Kazan},
  journal={Trends in biotechnology},
  volume={30 3},
Plants in their natural habitats are surrounded by a large number of microorganisms. Some microbes directly interact with plants in a mutually beneficial manner whereas others colonize the plant only for their own benefit. In addition, microbes can indirectly affect plants by drastically altering their environments. Understanding the complex nature of plant-microbe interactions can potentially offer new strategies to enhance plant productivity in an environmentally friendly manner. As briefly… CONTINUE READING
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