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We applied the automated structured phenotyping (ASP) pipeline to microbial elicitation experiments performed on Arabidopsis thaliana accession Col-0. We followed the procedure of [ 42 ] for every experiment. We used the RAP-DB (https://rapdb.dna.affrc.go.jp/), which provides access to nearly 5,000 Arabidopsis accessions, from which we identified and used 169 inbred accessions. The Col-0 accession represents an outlier, and we used it as the control for the experiment. In a previous study [ 43 ], we found QTL that explained 33% of the variation of the MAMP-induced gene expression and 33% of the variation in basal defense response. We used these QTL as starting points for our mapping experiment.
At the heart of the plant immune system is the ability of the plant to sense and respond to pathogens, a response that is referred to as innate immunity. Pathogen recognition receptors (PRRs) are part of the plant’s innate immune system and play a crucial role in the recognition of invading microorganisms. While there are over 400 PRRs known in plants [ 3 ], most of these are involved in recognition of microbe associated molecular patterns (MAMPs) from pathogenic microorganisms. MAMPs are extracellular stretches of bacterial proteins, such as those derived from the flagellin protein, that elicit MAMP-triggered immunity, a form of innate immunity that can limit the growth of microbes without the need for prior exposure [ 1, 2 ].
Our previous study identified over thirty association signals for the recognition of two model MAMPs: the flagellin protein derived MAMP flg22 and the elongation factor Tu (EF-Tu) derived MAMP elf18. Those loci could be assigned to the nineteen Arabidopsis chromosomes [ 43 ]. Here, we carried out a similar association analysis for the recognition of MAMP flg22, with the difference that the loci were based on (i) the flg22-signal in the previous study and (ii) on SNPs previously identified as coding for the MAMP receptor kinase PRRs [ 44 ]. The ‘new’ loci were compared to the PRR loci identified in the previous study and used as markers in a genetic mapping population, with the flg22-specific loci being mapped on At5G25710 on chromosome 1 and the EF-Tu loci being mapped on At5G55750 on chromosome 5.
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How naturally occurring polymorphisms in proteins influence their structure and function remains an important area of research. To elucidate the molecular mechanisms by which polymorphisms influence protein function, we investigated how polymorphisms in an MAMP binding protein, NIM1, alter its sensitivity and selectivity to flagellin and EF-Tu. Specifically, we focus on amino acid changes in the MAMP binding groove of NIM1, which we show directly affect its binding properties, thereby affecting the outcome of recognition events mediated by NIM1. We find that natural polymorphisms in the MAMP binding groove alter the affinity of NIM1 for its ligands, and that these changes contribute to the fine tuning of responses to different bacterial signals in A. thaliana.
It is well established that polymorphisms in putative recognition components of immune signaling pathways can alter the outcome of recognition events, and thus influence the immune response. Here, we examined whether natural polymorphisms in putative MAMP sensors themselves modify MAMP mediated disease resistance in A. thaliana. The receptor protein NIM1 is a pseudokinase that belongs to the 9-cis-epoxycarotenoid dioxygenase (NCED) family of proteins. Using GWAS, we find that genotypes containing a premature stop codon in the NIM1 gene fail to recognize a subset of bacterial pathogens leading to reduced disease resistance. Thus, subtle changes in MAMP binding proteins can have profound effects on the outcome of MAMP signaling events in plant immunity.
MAMP-sensing receptors detect not only bacterial MAMPs, but also fungal elicitors. Fungal elicitors such as chitin can trigger immune signaling pathways leading to the production of defense-related phenolic compounds, which ultimately contribute to disease resistance. In search of fungal elicitor receptors in plants, we analyzed the whole-genome sequence of potato and found a gene encoding a protein called HKI1, which binds chitin. HKI1 belongs to the receptor-like cytoplasmic kinase (RLK) family. We found that, similar to MAMPs, chitin is perceived by HKI1 via ectodomain dimerization of the kinase. Importantly, we found that the presence of chitin in infected leaves is associated with accumulation of these defense-related phenolic compounds. Our results suggest that RLKs constitute a second tier of immunity and that they play a role in plant responses to fungal infection.
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