By Prof. Dr. David McK. Bird, Charles H. Opperman (auth.), Director, Integrated Microscopy Facility R. Howard Berg, Principal Investigator Christopher G. Taylor (eds.)
Plant-parasitic nematodes are one of the so much damaging plant pathogens, inflicting huge, immense losses to agronomic plants world wide. This publication presents an updated assessment of analysis regarding of an important nematode pests, root-knot and cyst nematodes. Chapters conceal early plant-nematode interactions, id of nematode proteins very important within the institution of nematode feeding websites, and type of biochemical and signaling pathways major within the improvement of specialised feeding websites within the host. The mobile and subcellular constructions crucial for parasitic interplay are tested utilizing mild and electron microscopy. glossy suggestions of gene expression research and genomic sequencing promise to supply a fair larger wealth of knowledge to researchers, allowing them to advance and look at average and artifical mechanisms of resistance to this crucial plant pest.
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2001). Co-immunoprecipitation of plant annexin with cellulose synthase (CesA) has been reported (Hofmann et al. 2003), suggesting that annexin introduced into host plant cells by nematodes may modulate the extreme modifications of cell walls observed in nematode feeding cells. Sensitivity to osmotic stress demonstrated in the AnnAt1 mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana (Lee et al. 2004) could be complemented by expression of the H. glycines 4F01 annexin (Patel 2008), suggesting one potential role for secreted nematode annexin in regulating the osmoticum of host feeding cells.
B) The developing shoot of a wild-type seedling (ecotype Columbia-0) at 20-days post-germination. (c) A 35S::Hg-SYV46 transgenic Arabidopsis plant at 20-days post-germination showing an arrested shoot apical meristem (arrow). (d) Flower of a 35S::Hg-SYV46 transgenic Arabidopsis plant showing a decreased number of stamens and missing carpels as compared to wild-type, a phenotype similar to a wus flower (Laux et al. 1996). (e) RT-PCR analysis of Hg-SYV46 and WUS expression in the shoot apices of Hg-SYV46 nonexpressed (promoterless::Hg-SYV46, lanes 1 & 2) and expressed (35S::Hg-SYV46, lanes 3 & 4) individual transgenic Arabidopsis lines from 10-day-old seedlings.
2001). Database searches of the complete predicted protein provided no significant homology, but the C-terminus of the SYV46 protein contained the consensus domain of known CLAVATA3/ESR-like (CLE) plant signaling peptides (Olsen and Skriver 2003). Plant CLV3 peptide regulates the balance of stem cell proliferation and differentiation in the shoot meristem through interactions with a CLAVATA1/ CLAVATA2 receptor complex to negatively regulate expression of WUSCHEL (Fletcher 2002). Over-expression of HG-CLE in wild-type Arabidopsis negatively regulated wus expression in the shoot meristem (Mitchum et al.