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Title 

2R,3R-butanediol, a bacterial volatile produced by Pseudomonas chlororaphis O6, is involved in induction of systemic tolerance to drought in Arabidopsis thaliana

Authors 

S M ChoB R KangS H HanA J AndersonJ Y ParkY H LeeB H ChoK Y YangChoong-Min RyuY C Kim

Publisher 

American Phytopathological Society

Issue Date 

2008

Citation 

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, vol. 21, no. 8, pp. 1067-1075

Keywords 

β-aminobutyric acidabscisic acidguard celljasmonatemicrobe-associated molecular patternsbutanediolcyclopentane derivativejasmonic acidsalicylic acidwater

Abstract 

Root colonization of plants with certain rhizobacteria, such as Pseudomonas chlororaphis O6, induces tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses. Tolerance to drought was correlated with reduced water loss in P. chlororaphis O6-colonized plants and with stomatal closure, indicated by size of stomatal aperture and percentage of closed stomata. Stomatal closure and drought resistance were mediated by production of 2R,3R-butanediol, a volatile metabolite of P. chlororaphis O6. Root colonization with bacteria deficient in 2R,3R-butanediol production showed no induction of drought tolerance. Studies with Arabidopsis mutant lines indicated that induced drought tolerance required the salicylic acid (SA)-, ethylene-, and jasmonic acid-signaling pathways. Both induced drought tolerance and stomatal closure were dependent on Aba-1 and OST-1 kinase. Increases in free SA after drought stress of P. chlororaphis O6-colonized plants and after 2R,3R-butanediol treatment suggested a primary role for SA signaling in induced drought tolerance. We conclude that the bacterial volatile 2R,3R-butanediol was a major determinant in inducing resistance to drought in Arabidopsis through an SA-dependent mechanism.

ISSN 

0894-0282

Link 

http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-21-8-1067

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