Nod Factor Effects on Root Hair-Specific Transcriptome of Medicago truncatula: Focus on Plasma Membrane Transport Systems and Reactive Oxygen Species Networks

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Damiani, Isabelle; Drain, Alice; Guichard, Marjorie; Balzergue, Sandrine; Boscari, Alexandre; Boyer, Jean-Christophe; Brunaud, Véronique; Cottaz, Sylvain; Rancurel, Corinne; Da Rocha, Martine; Fizames, Cécile; Fort, Sébastien; Gaillard, Isabelle; Maillol, Vincent; Danchin, Etienne G J; Rouached, Hatem; Samain, Eric; Su, Yan-Hua; Thouin, Julien; Touraine, Bruno; Puppo, Alain; Frachisse, Jean-Marie; Pauly, Nicolas; Sentenac, Hervé;
  • Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
  • Journal: Frontiers in Plant Science,volume 7 (issn: 1664-462X, eissn: 1664-462X)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00794, pmc: PMC4894911
  • Subject: [SDV.BV]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Vegetal Biology | [ SDV.BV ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Vegetal Biology | racine aérienne | symbiose rhizobium legumineuse | Vegetal Biology | transport membranaire | root hairs | Rhizobial Symbiosis;Root Hairs;Medicago truncatula;Plasma Membrane Transpor;Reactive Oxygen | deep-RNA sequencing | Biologie végétale | reactive oxygen species | Plant Science | Original Research | plasma membrane transport systems | Nod factors (lipochitooligosaccharides) | legume-rhizobium symbiosis | Medicago truncatula

International audience; Root hairs are involved in water and nutrient uptake, and thereby in plant autotrophy. In legumes, they also play a crucial role in establishment of rhizobial symbiosis. To obtain a holistic view of Medicago truncatula genes expressed in root hai... View more
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