The life cycle of Plasmodiophora brassicae. The life cycle starts with the germination of resting spores which infect root hairs of host plants during the primary infection cycle (right side). After root hair infection zoopsores are released which can again infect root hairs or which can invade the root cortex in the secondary infection cycle (left side) during which cell divisions and hypertrophy of host cells occur. When resting spores develop the host tissue undergoes senescence and the resting spores are released into the soil. In blue the approximate time frame after inoculation (days past inoculation—dpi) is given for better comparison of the different stages. In red the metabolites related to indole glucosinolate/IAA metabolims are shown which are up-regulated at the different infection stages. The inset shows biosynthetic pathways which are connected to the increase in indole glucosinolates/IAA during the disease development. Enzymes are given as numbers in brown. 1: cytochrome P450 (CYP79B2/B3), 2: YUCCA, 3: myrosinase (MYR), 4: nitrilase (NIT), 5: aldehyde oxidase (AAO), 6: CYP83B1 (SUR2), 7: C-S lyase (SUR1), 8: UDP-glucosyltransferase (UGT74B1), 9: CYP71A12/A13 (camalexin pathway), 10: CYP71B15 (PAD3, camalexin pathway), 11: amidase (AMI1). For further description on the possible role of these enzymes see text
brassicae consists of two phases (Fig. 2 ): the primary
phase, which is restricted to root hairs and epidermal cells of the
host, and the secondary phase which occurs in the cortex and stele
of roots and hypocotyl and leads to abnormal development (Ingram
and Tommerup 1972 ).
brassicae the cellular compartimentation could be destroyed by
growing plasmodia, thereby releasing GSL from the vacuole which
could then in turn be degraded by myrosinase (see also Fig. 2
These stages are accompanied by hypertrophied cells harbouring
plasmodia and resting spores of the pathogen (Figs. 1 , 2 )..
Since nitrilase is situated late in the pathway after indole GSL
(see Figs. 2 , 4 ), mutants available in the first steps of
indole GSL biosynthesis are useful tools to investigate the direct
role of these compounds in gall formation.
2007 ; see also Fig. 2 ).
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