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Université de Fribourg

LCO receptors involved in arbuscular mycorrhiza are functional for rhizobia perception in legumes

Girardin, Ariane ; Wang, Tongming ; Ding, Yi ; Keller, Jean ; Buendia, Luis ; Gaston, Mégane ; Ribeyre, Camille ; Gasciolli, Virginie ; Auriac, Marie-Christine ; Vernié, Tatiana ; Bendahmane, Abdelhafid ; Ried, Martina Katharina ; Parniske, Martin ; Morel, Patrice ; Vandenbussche, Michiel ; Schorderet, Martine ; Reinhardt, Didier ; Delaux, Pierre-Marc ; Bono, Jean-Jacques ; Lefebvre, Benoit

In: Current Biology, 2019, vol. 29, no. 24, p. 4249-4259.e5

Bacterial lipo-chitooligosaccharides (LCOs) are key mediators of the nitrogen-fixing root nodule symbiosis (RNS) in legumes. The isolation of LCOs from arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi suggested that LCOs are also signaling molecules in arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM). However, the corresponding plant receptors have remained uncharacterized. Here we show that petunia and tomato mutants in the LysM ...

Université de Fribourg

VAPYRIN Marks an endosomal trafficking compartment involved in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

Bapaume, Laure ; Laukamm, Sabine ; Darbon, Geoffrey ; Monney, Corinne ; Meyenhofer, Felix ; Feddermann, Nadja ; Chen, Min ; Reinhardt, Didier

In: Frontiers in Plant Science, 2019, vol. 10, p. -

Arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) is a symbiosis between plants and AM fungi that requires the intracellular accommodation of the fungal partner in the host. For reciprocal nutrient exchange, AM fungi form intracellular arbuscules that are surrounded by the peri-arbuscular membrane. This membrane, together with the fungal plasma membrane, and the space in between, constitute the symbiotic interface,...

Université de Neuchâtel

Bio-inoculation of yerba mate seedlings (Ilex paraguariensis St. Hill.) with native plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria : a sustainable alternative to improve crop yield

Bergottini, Veronica M ; Otegui, M. B ; Sosa, D. A ; Zapata, P. D ; Mulot, Matthieu ; Rebord, Maxime ; Zopfi, Jakob ; Wiss, F ; Benrey, Betty ; Junier, Pilar

In: Biology and fertility of soils, 2015, vol. 51, no. 6, p. 749-755

In this study, the role of native plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) as bio-inoculants was assessed as an alternative to ameliorate Ilex paraguariensis St. Hill. growth in nursery comparing poorer (soil) versus richer (compost) substrates. Twelve rhizospheric strains isolated from yerba mate plantations were evaluated in vitro for their potential as PGPRs. Three isolates,...

Université de Fribourg

Sympatric diploid and tetraploid cytotypes of Centaurea stoebe s.l. do not differ in arbuscular mycorrhizal communities and mycorrhizal growth response

Sudová, Radka ; Kohout, Petr ; Kolaříková, Zuzana ; Rydlová, Jana ; Voříšková, Jana ; Suda, Jan ; Španiel, Stanislav ; Müller-Schärer, Heinz ; Mráz, Patrik

In: American Journal of Botany, 2018, vol. 105, no. 12, p. 1995–2007

Genome duplication is associated with multiple changes at different levels, including interactions with pollinators and herbivores. Yet little is known whether polyploidy may also shape belowground interactions.Methods: To elucidate potential ploidy‐specific interactions with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), we compared mycorrhizal colonization and assembly of AMF communities in roots of...

Université de Fribourg

Beneficial services of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi – from ecology to application

Chen, Min ; Arato, Miguel ; Borghi, Lorenzo ; Nouri, Eva ; Reinhardt, Didier

In: Frontiers in Plant Science, 2018, vol. 9, p. -

Arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) is the most common symbiotic association of plants with microbes. AM fungi occur in the majority of natural habitats and they provide a range of important ecological services, in particular by improving plant nutrition, stress resistance and tolerance, as well as soil structure and fertility. AM fungi interact with most crop plants including cereals, vegetables, and...