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Cell cycle activation by plant parasitic nematodes

(2000) PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY. 43(5-6). p.747-761
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Sedentary nematodes are important pests of crop plants. They are biotrophic parasites that can induce the (re)differentiation of either differentiated or undifferentiated plant cells into specialized feeding cells. This (re)differentiation includes the reactivation of the cell cycle in specific plant cells finally resulting in a transfer cell-like feeding site. For growth and development the nematodes fully depend on these cells. The mechanisms underlying the ability of these nematodes to manipulate a plant for its own benefit are unknown. Nematode secretions are thought to play a key role both in plant penetration and feeding cell induction. Research on plant-nematode interactions is hampered by the minute size of cyst and root knot nematodes, their obligatory biotrophic nature and their relatively long life cycle. Recently, insights into cell cycle control in Arabidopsis thaliana in combination with reporter gene technologies showed the differential activation of cell cycle gene promoters upon infection with cyst or root knot nematodes. In this review, we integrate the current views of plant cell fate manipulation by these sedentary nematodes and made an inventory of possible links between cell cycle activation and local, nematode-induced changes in auxin levels.
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GROWTH-REGULATORS, AUXIN TRANSPORT, HETERODERA-SCHACHTII, MELOIDOGYNE-INCOGNITA, ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA, ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE, plant parasitic nematodes, plant-nematode interaction, feeding cell, auxin, cell cycle, PROTEIN-KINASE, CYST-NEMATODES, GIANT-CELLS, S-PHASE

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Goverse, Aska, Janice de Almeida Engler, John Verhees, et al. “Cell Cycle Activation by Plant Parasitic Nematodes.” Ed. Dirk Inzé. PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 43.5-6 (2000): 747–761. Print.
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Goverse, A., de Almeida Engler, J., Verhees, J., van der Krol, S., Helder, J., & Gheysen, G. (2000). Cell cycle activation by plant parasitic nematodes. (D. Inzé, Ed.)PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 43(5-6), 747–761.
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Goverse, Aska, Janice de Almeida Engler, John Verhees, Sander van der Krol, Johannes Helder, and Godelieve Gheysen. 2000. “Cell Cycle Activation by Plant Parasitic Nematodes.” Ed. Dirk Inzé. Plant Molecular Biology 43 (5-6): 747–761.
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Goverse, Aska, Janice de Almeida Engler, John Verhees, Sander van der Krol, Johannes Helder, and Godelieve Gheysen. 2000. “Cell Cycle Activation by Plant Parasitic Nematodes.” Ed. Dirk Inzé. Plant Molecular Biology 43 (5-6): 747–761.
Vancouver
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Goverse A, de Almeida Engler J, Verhees J, van der Krol S, Helder J, Gheysen G. Cell cycle activation by plant parasitic nematodes. Inzé D, editor. PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY. 2000;43(5-6):747–61.
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A. Goverse, J. de Almeida Engler, J. Verhees, S. van der Krol, J. Helder, and G. Gheysen, “Cell cycle activation by plant parasitic nematodes,” PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, vol. 43, no. 5–6, pp. 747–761, 2000.
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  journal      = {{PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY}},
  keywords     = {{GROWTH-REGULATORS,AUXIN TRANSPORT,HETERODERA-SCHACHTII,MELOIDOGYNE-INCOGNITA,ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA,ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE,plant parasitic nematodes,plant-nematode interaction,feeding cell,auxin,cell cycle,PROTEIN-KINASE,CYST-NEMATODES,GIANT-CELLS,S-PHASE}},
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  title        = {{Cell cycle activation by plant parasitic nematodes}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1006367126077}},
  volume       = {{43}},
  year         = {{2000}},
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