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Record number 109726
Title Lipochito-oligosaccharides re-initiate root hair tip growth in Vicia sativa with high calcium and spectrin-like antigen at the tip
Author(s) Ruijter, N.C.A. de; Rook, M.B.; Bisseling, T.; Emons, A.M.C.
Source The Plant Journal 13 (1998)3. - ISSN 0960-7412 - p. 341 - 350.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-313X.1998.00036.x
Department(s) Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Laboratory of Plant Cell Biology
EPS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 1998
Abstract Lipochitooligosaccharides, Nod factors secreted by Rhizobium bacteria, are signal molecules that induce deformation of root hairs of their host plant. A bioassay was used for deformation, and the cytological changes induced by specific lipochitooligosaccharides in root hairs of Vicia sativa L. (vetch), grown between glass slides, were examined. In the assay, root hairs of a particular developmental stage, those that were terminating growth, were susceptible to deformation. These hairs obtained characteristics of tipgrowing cells again: (i) a polar cytoplasmic organization and reverse fountain streaming, (ii) an accumulation of a spectrinlike antigen at the tip, and (iii) a tipfocused calcium gradient. Calcium gradients were visualized in Indo1 loaded root hairs with UV confocal microscopy and ratioimaging. The results show that hairs respond to the bacterial signal by recovering cytoplasmic polarity and exocytosis
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