Proteome Analysis of Plant Response Pathways to Microbial Signals in the Model Legume, Medicago truncatula

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    This project will investigate plant responses to soil microbes in the model legume, Medicago truncatula, to provide fundamental information needed to design crops with improved abilities to interact beneficially with soil microbes. Plant development and performance are significantly influenced by soil microbes, but it is largely unknown how the information contained in microbial signalling molecules is relayed to plants. Proteome analysis and immunocytochemistry will be combined to identify and localise differentially expressed proteins in roots treated with specific microbial signal molecules. Annotated Proteome databases will be generated to strengthen and complement an international project on M. truncatula genome analysis.
    Effective start/end date14/01/0231/12/04


    • Australian Research Council (ARC): A$229,000.00


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