Role of Jasmonates in Beneficial Microbe-Root Interactions
Veronica Basso and Claire Veneault-Fourrey
17 November 2019, in Jasmonate in Plant Biology pp 43-67. Methods in Molecular Biology book series, volume 2085; doi: 10.1007/978-1-0716-0142-6_4
The phytohormone jasmonate (JA) modulates various defense and developmental responses of plants, and is implied in the integration of multiple environmental signals. Given its centrality in regulating plant physiology according to external stimuli, JA influences the establishment of interactions between plant roots and beneficial bacteria or fungi. In many cases, moderate JA signaling promotes the onset of mutualism, while massive JA signaling inhibits it. The output also depends on the compatibility between microbe and host plant and on nutritional or environmental cues. Also, JA biosynthesis and perception participate in the systemic regulation of mutualistic interactions and in microbe-induced resistance to biotic and abiotic stress. Here, we review our current knowledge of the role of JA biosynthesis, signaling, and responses during mutualistic root–microbe interactions.
Basso V., Veneault-Fourrey C. (2020) Role of Jasmonates in Beneficial Microbe–Root Interactions. In: Champion A., Laplaze L. (eds) Jasmonate in Plant Biology. Methods in Molecular Biology, vol 2085. Humana, New York, NY