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Rice Perception Of Symbiotic Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Requires The Karrikin Receptor Complex

C. Gutjahr, E. Gobbato, Jeongmin Choi, M. Riemann, M. Johnston, W. Summers, Samy Carbonnel, Catherine Mansfield, Shu-Yi Yang, Marina Nadal, Ivan F Acosta, M. Takano, Wen-Biao Jiao, K. Schneeberger, K. Kelly, U. Paszkowski
Published 2015 · Biology, Medicine

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Early stages of a beneficial relationship Plants benefit from widespread symbiosis with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. This symbiosis between plant and fungus aids plants in capturing mineral and micronutrients from the soil. Gutjahr et al. have now identified a component of an intracellular receptor, the hydrolase DWARF 14 LIKE, required in rice roots for initiating the symbiosis. A similar receptor detects karrikins in smoke that signal opportunity for fireweed to grow after a forest fire. Science, this issue p. 1521 Widely beneficial symbiosis between plant and fungi shares signaling components with wildfire ephemerals. In terrestrial ecosystems, plants take up phosphate predominantly via association with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF). We identified loss of responsiveness to AMF in the rice (Oryza sativa) mutant hebiba, reflected by the absence of physical contact and of characteristic transcriptional responses to fungal signals. Among the 26 genes deleted in hebiba, DWARF 14 LIKE is, the one responsible for loss of symbiosis . It encodes an alpha/beta-fold hydrolase, that is a component of an intracellular receptor complex involved in the detection of the smoke compound karrikin. Our finding reveals an unexpected plant recognition strategy for AMF and a previously unknown signaling link between symbiosis and plant development.
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Materials and methods are available as supplementary materials on Science Online
We thank J. Gheyselinck for technical assistance
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wrote the manuscript. The supplementary materials contain additional data. The RNA-seq data have been deposited in ArrayExpress with accession number E-MTAB-4072
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