The Role Of CLV Signalling In The Negative Regulation Of Mycorrhizal Colonisation And Nitrogen Response Of Tomato
Plants form mutualistic nutrient acquiring symbioses with microbes, including arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. The formation of these symbioses is costly and plants employ a negative feedback loop termed autoregulation of mycorrhizae (AOM) to limit arbuscular mycorrhizae (AM) formation. We provide evidence for the role of one leucine-rich-repeat receptor like kinase (FAB), a hydroxyproline
We describe the role of CLV signalling elements in the negative regulation of arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses of tomato, including influencing nitrate but not phosphate suppression of mycorrhizal colonisation.