G Proteins and Plant Innate Immunity

Trusov, Yuri, Jorda, Lucia, Molina, Antonio and Botella, Jose Ramon (2010). G Proteins and Plant Innate Immunity. In Shaul Yalovsky, Frantisek Baluska and Alan Jones (Ed.), Integrated G Proteins Signaling in Plants (pp. 221-250) Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03524-1


Author Trusov, Yuri
Jorda, Lucia
Molina, Antonio
Botella, Jose Ramon
Title of chapter G Proteins and Plant Innate Immunity
Title of book Integrated G Proteins Signaling in Plants
Language of Book Title eng
Place of Publication Netherlands
Publisher Springer
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-03524-1
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
Year available 2010
Series Signaling and communication in plants
ISBN 9783642035234
ISSN 1867-9048
Editor Shaul Yalovsky
Frantisek Baluska
Alan Jones
Chapter number 12
Start page 221
End page 250
Total pages 30
Total chapters 15
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Under the peaceful appearance of lovely green meadow, the different plant communities are engaged in a continuous struggle for life. Plants use every imaginable mechanism to enhance their defenses in order to survive attacks from an enormous number of pathogens. Plant innate immunity strongly relies on signal transduction pathways connecting pathogen recognition with the establishment of specific defense responses. Heterotrimeric and small GTP-binding proteins provide such signaling between plasma membrane receptors and cytoplasm localized effector molecules. Recent studies, mostly in Arabidopsis and rice, have revealed very important roles for G proteins in plant resistance to fungal pathogens. Experimental evidence implicating G proteins in plant innate immunity and putative signaling mechanisms is presented and discussed in this chapter.
Keyword Heterotrimeric G-Protein
Receptor-Like Kinase
Gtp-Binding Protein
Respiratory Burst Oxidase
Induced Stomatal Closure
Programmed Cell-Death
Powdery Mildew Fungus
Rop10 Small Gtpase
Disease Resistance
Signaling Pathways
Q-Index Code B1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
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