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Nod factor structures, responses, and perception during initiation of nodule development

Wim D'Haeze UGent and Marcella Holsters UGent (2002) GLYCOBIOLOGY. 12(6). p.79R-105R
abstract
The onset of nodule development, the result of rhizobia-legume symbioses, is determined by the exchange of chemical compounds between microsymbiont and leguminous host plant. Lipo-chitooligosaccharidic nodulation (Nod) factors, secreted by rhizobia, belong to these signal molecules. Nod factors consist of an acylated chitin oligomeric backbone with various substitutions at the (non)reducing-terminal and/or nonterminal residues. They induce the formation and deformation of root hairs, intra- and extracellular alkalinization, membrane potential depolarization, changes in ion fluxes, early nodulin gene expression, and formation of nodule primordia. Nod factors play a key role during nodule initiation and act at nano- to picomolar concentrations. A correct chemical structure is required for induction of a particular plant response, suggesting that Nod factor-receptor interaction(s) precede(s) a Nod factor-induced signal transduction cascade. Current data on Nod factor structures and Nod factor-induced responses are highlighted as well as recent advances in the characterization of proteins, possibly involved in recognition of Nod factors by the host plant.
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MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA ROOTS, INTRACELLULAR FREE CALCIUM, CELL-SUSPENSION CULTURES, SUGAR-BINDING ACTIVITY, WHITE CLOVER ROOTS, SYMBIOTIC HOST-SPECIFICITY, LEGUMINOSARUM BIOVAR TRIFOLII, ROOT-HAIR DEFORMATION, LIPO-CHITIN-OLIGOSACCHARIDES, OLIGOSACCHARIDE NODULATION SIGNALS, three-dimensional Nod factor structure, signal transduction, Nod factor receptor, legume nodulation, lipo-chitooligosaccharide
journal title
GLYCOBIOLOGY
Glycobiology
volume
12
issue
6
pages
79R - 105R
Web of Science type
Review
Web of Science id
000177054900002
JCR category
BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
JCR impact factor
3.457 (2002)
JCR rank
68/263 (2002)
JCR quartile
2 (2002)
ISSN
0959-6658
DOI
10.1093/glycob/12.6.79R
language
English
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yes
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A1
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153848
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-153848
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2004-01-14 13:38:00
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  abstract     = {The onset of nodule development, the result of rhizobia-legume symbioses, is determined by the exchange of chemical compounds between microsymbiont and leguminous host plant. Lipo-chitooligosaccharidic nodulation (Nod) factors, secreted by rhizobia, belong to these signal molecules. Nod factors consist of an acylated chitin oligomeric backbone with various substitutions at the (non)reducing-terminal and/or nonterminal residues. They induce the formation and deformation of root hairs, intra- and extracellular alkalinization, membrane potential depolarization, changes in ion fluxes, early nodulin gene expression, and formation of nodule primordia. Nod factors play a key role during nodule initiation and act at nano- to picomolar concentrations. A correct chemical structure is required for induction of a particular plant response, suggesting that Nod factor-receptor interaction(s) precede(s) a Nod factor-induced signal transduction cascade. Current data on Nod factor structures and Nod factor-induced responses are highlighted as well as recent advances in the characterization of proteins, possibly involved in recognition of Nod factors by the host plant.},
  author       = {D'Haeze, Wim and Holsters, Marcella},
  issn         = {0959-6658},
  journal      = {GLYCOBIOLOGY},
  keyword      = {MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA ROOTS,INTRACELLULAR FREE CALCIUM,CELL-SUSPENSION CULTURES,SUGAR-BINDING ACTIVITY,WHITE CLOVER ROOTS,SYMBIOTIC HOST-SPECIFICITY,LEGUMINOSARUM BIOVAR TRIFOLII,ROOT-HAIR DEFORMATION,LIPO-CHITIN-OLIGOSACCHARIDES,OLIGOSACCHARIDE NODULATION SIGNALS,three-dimensional Nod factor structure,signal transduction,Nod factor receptor,legume nodulation,lipo-chitooligosaccharide},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {79R--105R},
  title        = {Nod factor structures, responses, and perception during initiation of nodule development},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/glycob/12.6.79R},
  volume       = {12},
  year         = {2002},
}

Chicago
D’Haeze, Wim, and Marcella Holsters. 2002. “Nod Factor Structures, Responses, and Perception During Initiation of Nodule Development.” Glycobiology 12 (6): 79R–105R.
APA
D’Haeze, W., & Holsters, M. (2002). Nod factor structures, responses, and perception during initiation of nodule development. GLYCOBIOLOGY, 12(6), 79R–105R.
Vancouver
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D’Haeze W, Holsters M. Nod factor structures, responses, and perception during initiation of nodule development. GLYCOBIOLOGY. 2002;12(6):79R–105R.
MLA
D’Haeze, Wim, and Marcella Holsters. “Nod Factor Structures, Responses, and Perception During Initiation of Nodule Development.” GLYCOBIOLOGY 12.6 (2002): 79R–105R. Print.