Feature: Molecular plant–microbe interactions

Last updated: 4 Nov, 2014

The latest issue of New Phytologist (Vol. 204 No. 4) contains a number of articles focusing on the theme of ‘Molecular plant–microbe interactions’.


Cover of New Phytologist 204:4. Feature: Molecular plant–microbe interactions


The featured articles are:


Research reviews

Ca2+ signalling in plant immune response: from pattern recognition receptors to Ca2+ decoding mechanisms

H. Seybold, F. Trempel, S. Ranf, D. Scheel, T. Romeis & J. Lee


Knowing your friends and foes – plant receptor-like kinases as initiators of symbiosis or defence

M. Antolín-Llovera, E. K. Petutsching, M. K. Ried, V. Lipka, T. Nürnberger, S. Robatzek & M. Parniske


Reprogramming of plant cells by filamentous plant-colonizing microbes

G. Doehlemann, N. Requena, P. Schaefer, F. Brunner, R. O’Connell & J. E. Parker


Cell-autonomous defense, re-organization and trafficking of membranes in plant–microbe interactions

P. Dörmann, H. Kim, T. Ott, P. Schulze-Lefert, M. Trujillo, V. Wewer & R. Hückelhoven


TAL effectors – pathogen strategies and plant resistance engineering

J. Boch, U. Bonas & T. Lahaye


Through the doors of perception to function in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses

M. Bucher, B. Hause, F. Krajinski & H. Küster


Full papers

A novel Arabidopsis CHITIN ELICITOR RECEPTOR KINASE 1 (CERK1) mutant with enhanced pathogen-induced cell death and altered receptor processing

E. K. Petutschnig, M. Stolze, U. Lipka, M. Kopischke, J. Horlacher, O. Valerius, W. Rozhon, A. A. Gust, B. Kemmerling, B. Poppenberger, G. H. Braus, T. Nürnberger & V. Lipka


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Originally published on 4th November 2014