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Root exudate metabolites drive plant-soil feedbacks on growth and defense by shaping the rhizosphere microbiota

, SwitzerlandLingfei Hu, Christelle A. M. Robert, Xi Zhang, Meng Ye, Beibei Li, Daniele Manzo, Klaus Schlaeppi & Matthias ErbDivision of Agroecology and Environment, Agroscope, 8046, Zürich, SwitzerlandSelma Cadot ... for Lingfei Hu in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Christelle A. M. Robert in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Selma Cadot in:Nature Research

Indole is an essential herbivore-induced volatile priming signal in maize

Herbivore-induced volatile organic compounds prime non-attacked plant tissues to respond more strongly to subsequent attacks. However, the key volatiles that trigger this primed state remain largely unidentified. In maize, the release of the aromatic compound indole is herbivore-specific and occurs earlier than other induced responses. We therefore hypothesized that indole may be...

A Latex Metabolite Benefits Plant Fitness under Root Herbivore Attack

Plants produce large amounts of secondary metabolites in their shoots and roots and store them in specialized secretory structures. Although secondary metabolites and their secretory structures are commonly assumed to have a defensive function, evidence that they benefit plant fitness under herbivore attack is scarce, especially below ground. Here, we tested whether latex...