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Besides, the occurrence of disease outbreaks in valuable reared seaweeds, such as Porphyra nori cultures, causes significant economic losses due to a reduction of annual production 9.
Free fatty acids and methyl jasmonate trigger defense reactions in Laminaria digitata. Sequences from each sample were mapped against the assembled reads using Bowtie 2 81 with the following parameters: Kelps feature systemic defense responses: Schmieder R, Edwards R.
Genes related to the biosynthesis of terpenes characterized for the first time in Laurencia dendroidea with their EC number, Blast E value, identity, and similarity and the metabolic pathway in which they participate. Genes relevant for vesicle trafficking—including those coding for Rab, which participates in intracellular membrane trafficking by regulating the movement of vesicles along cytoskeletal filaments 79 ; actin, which composes the structure of the connections linking the CC to the cell periphery in L.
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Received Mar 3; Accepted Nov 8. To evaluate the transcriptomic profile of L. The seaweed RNA was sequenced, providing an unprecedentedly high coverage of the transcriptome of Laurenciaand the gene expression levels were compared between control and inoculated samples after 24, 48, and 72 h. Patterns of gene expression induced by oligoguluronates reveal conserved and environment-specific molecular defense responses in the brown alga Laminaria digitata.
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Published online Dec 6. Numbers of genes shared among control samples left, 7 samples and samples of Laurencia dendroidea inoculated with Vibrio madracius right, 8 samples.
All of us read and approved the final manuscript. These findings may corroborate the occurrence of increased vesicle transport in Laurencia as a response to microbes Journal List mSphere v. Laurencia is a red seaweed genus widely distributed around the world, recognized for the biosynthesis of diverse halogenated secondary metabolites, especially terpenes, with relevant ecological 2324 and pharmacological 25— 29 activities.
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This work provides an unprecedentedly large-scale evaluation of the transcriptional changes involved in microbe recognition, cellular signaling, and defense in the red seaweed Laurencia dendroidea in response to the marine bacterium Vibrio madracius. Infection of the brown alga Ectocarpus reanto by the oomycete Eurychasma dicksonii induces oxidative stress and halogen metabolism. Evidence for methyl jasmonate-induced phlorotannin production in Fucus vesiculosus Phaeophyceae. The Rac1 homolog of rice is a regulator of ROS production and induces the expression of defense-related genes promoting resistance against pathogenic bacteria Genome structure and metabolic features in the red seaweed Chondrus crispus shed light on evolution of the Archaeplastida.
New insights on the terpenome of the red seaweed Laurencia dendroidea Florideophyceae, Rhodophyta. We detected in both the control uninoculated samples and the samples of L.
The accurate quantification of the libraries was accomplished using model real-time PCR Applied Biosystems and a Kapa library quantification kit Kapa Biosystems. Biopogia Chem Ecol Chronic stress and disease resistance in the genome model marine seaweed Ectocarpus siliculosus. MAPK cascades in plant disease resistance signaling. The effects of seaweed secondary metabolites on biofouling.
Open in a separate window. In this context, the ability of seaweeds marinhq recognize microbes and, when necessary, activate defense mechanisms is essential for their survival. Demographic consequences of disease in a habitat-forming seaweed and impacts on interactions between natural enemies. The present study provided novel insights into the complexity of seaweed-microbe interactions and the defensive strategies of L. The compartmentation of secondary metabolites in vacuoles, possibly to avoid autotoxicity, was previously observed in plants and other seaweeds 36 Oligoalginate recognition and oxidative burst play a key role in natural and induced resistance of sporophytes of Laminariales.
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