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This assumption is based on the findings that transcript levels of multiple LRR-RK-encoding genes increased upon pathogen infection or PAMP treatment. , 2004). , 2006). The latter was particularly astonishing since it suggested that perception of different PAMPs trigger a generic plant response that potentially facilitates recognition of different microbial species. Previously, Kunze et al. , 2004). , 2006). , 2006). Insensitivity to elf18 was restored by ectopic expression of the EFR (EF-Tu receptor) gene in this mutant.
The term PAMP is really a misnomer because such structures are not only present on pathogenic microbes, but also found in non-pathogenic microorganisms (Ausubel, 2005). There have been attempts in the recent (plant, chapter02 BLBK039-Parker 22 August 8, 2008 8:34 Char Count= Molecular Aspects of Plant Disease Resistance but not animal) literature to introduce more precise terms such as MAMP (microbe-associated molecular pattern) (Ausubel, 2005) or MIMP (microbeinduced molecular pattern) (Mackey and McFall, 2006).
Using an Arabidopsis protoplast transient expression system, Asai et al. , 2002). PAMP-triggered MAPK pathways appear to exert both positive and negative regulation of PTI-associated responses in plants. , 2007). Thus, fine-tuning of PTI-associated responses is achieved through at least two MAPK pathways that exert positive and negative regulatory activities. , 2007). The only known substrates that are directly phosphorylated by AtMPK6 are two isoforms of 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid synthase (ACS), the rate-limiting enzyme of ethylene biosynthesis (Liu and Zhang, 2004).