Publications of the Gutjahr lab

preprint

44. Villaécija-Aguilar JA, Hamon-Josse M, Carbonnel S, Kretschmar A§, Ljung K, Bennett T*, Gutjahr C* (2019) KAI2 regulates root and root hair development by modulating auxin distribution. BioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/539734.

in press

43. Das D*, Gutjahr C* (in press) Role of phytohormones in arbuscular mycorrhiza development. In: de Bruijn FJ (ed.), The model legume Medicago truncatula, Wiley, UK (Bookchapter, not peer reviewed)

2019

42. Rodriguez PA, Rothballer M, Chowdhury SP, Nussbaumer T, Gutjahr C, Braun P (2019) Systems biology of plant microbiome interactions. Molecular Plant doi: 10.1016/j.molp.2019.05.006. (review) PDF

41. Rochange S, Goormachtig S, Lopez-Raez JA, Gutjahr C* (2019) The role of strigolactones in plant-microbe interactions. In: Koltai H, Prandi C (eds.), Strigolactones - Biology and Applications, Springer Nature, Switzerland. (Bookchapter, peer reviewed)

2018

40. Gutjahr C* (2018) Symbiosis: Plasmodesmata link root-nodule organogenesis with infection. Current Biology 28: 1400-1403. (Dispatch, not peer reviewed)

39. Lanfranco L, Fiorilli V, Gutjahr C (2018) Partner communication and role of nutrients in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. New Phytologist, 220: 1031-1036. (Tansley Review) 

38. Schornack S*, Gutjahr C* (2018) Nothing in plant-microbe interactions makes sense... . Current Opinion in Plant Biology 44: iii-vi. (Editorial, not peer-reviewed)

37. Brands M, Wewer V, Keymer A, Gutjahr C, Dörmann P (2018) The Lotus japonicus acyl-acyl carrier protein thioesterase FatM is required for mycorrhiza formation and lipid accumulation of Rhizophagus irregularis. Plant Journal, 95: 219-232.

36. Keymer A, Gutjahr C* (2018) Cross kingdom lipid transfer in arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis and beyond. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 44: 137-144. (Review) PDF

35. Keymer A#, Huber C#, Eisenreich W*, Gutjahr C* (2018) Tracking lipid transfer by fatty acid isotopolog profiling from host plants to arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi. Bio-protocol 8(7): e2786. PDF

34. Pimprikar P, Gutjahr C* (2018) Transcriptional regulation of arbuscular mycorrhiza development. Plant Cell Physiology, 59: 673-679. (Review) PDF

33. Yu P, Wang C, Baldauf J, Tai H, Gutjahr C*, Hochholdinger F*, Li C* (2018) Root type and soil phosphate determine the taxonomic landscape of colonizing fungi and the transcriptome of field-grown maize roots. New Phytologist, 217: 1240-1253.
Preprint at bioRxiv

2017

32. Keymer A#, Pimprikar P#, Wewer V, Huber C, Brands M, Bucerius SL, Delaux PM, Klingl V, von Roepenack-Lahaye E, Wang TL, Eisenreich W, Dörmann P, Parniske M, Gutjahr C* (2017) Lipid transfer from plants to arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi. eLife 6. pii: e29107.  PDF
Preprint at bioRxiv

31. Nadal M#, Sawers RHJ#, Naseem S, Bassin B, Kulicke C, Sharman A, An G, An K, Ahern KR, Romag A, Brutnell TP, Gutjahr C, Geldner N, Roux C, Martinoia E, Konopka JB, Paszkowski U (2017) An N-acetylglucosamine transporter required for arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis in maize and rice. Nature Plants 26;3: 17073.
News and views in Nature Plants by Benoit Levebvre 

30. Gutjahr C*, Parniske M* (2017) Cell Biology: control of partner life-time in a plant-fungus relationship. Current Biology, 27: R420-R423. (Dispatch, not peer reviewed)

29. Waters MT*, Gutjahr C*, Bennett T*, Nelson DC* (2017) Strigolactone signaling and evolution. Annual Review of Plant Biology, 68: 291-322. (Review) PDF

28. Couzigou JM, Lauressergues D, André O, Gutjahr C, Guillotin B, Bécard G, Combier JP (2017) Positive gene regulation by a natural protective miRNA enables arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. Cell, Host & Microbe 21: 106-112.

2016

27. Yu P, Gutjahr C, Li C, Hochholdinger F (2016) Genetic control of lateral root formation in cereals. Trends in Plant Sciences, 21: 951–961. (Review)

26. Pimprikar P, Carbonnel S, Paries M§, Katzer K, Klingl V, Bohmer MJ§, Karl L§, Floss DS, Harrison MJ, Parniske M, Gutjahr C* (2016) A CCaMK-CYCLOPS-DELLA complex activates transcription of RAM1 to regulate arbuscule branching. Current Biology 26: 987-998.
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2015

25. Gutjahr C#, Gobbato E#, Choi J, Riemann M, Johnston MG, Summers W, Carbonnel S, Mansfield C, Yang SY, Nadal M, Acosta IF, Takano M, Jiao WB, Schneeberger K, Kelly KA, Paszkowski U (2015) Rice perception of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi requires the karrikin receptor complex. Science 350: 1521-1524.
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24. Gutjahr C*, Sawers RJH, Marti G, Andres-Hernandez L, Yang SY, Casieri L, Angliker H, Oakeley E, Wolfender JL, Abreu-Goodger C, Paszkowski U* (2015) Transcriptome diversity among rice root-types during asymbiosis and interaction with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. PNAS 112: 6754-6759.
Research Highlight in Nature Plants by Chris Surridge 

23. Gutjahr C*, Siegler H§, Haga K, Iino M, Paszkowski U (2015) Establishment of arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis in rice occurs independently of enzymatic jasmonate biosynthesis. PloS One 10(4): e0123422. PDF

22. Chen J, Gutjahr C, Bleckmann A, Dresselhaus T (2015) Calcium signaling during reproductive and biotrophic fungal interactions. Molecular Plant 8: 595-611. (Review)

2014

21. Kobae Y, Gutjahr C, Paszkowski U, Kojima T, Fujiwara T, Hata S (2014) Lipid droplets of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi emerge in concert with arbuscule collapse. Plant Cell Physiology 55: 1945-1953.

20. Etemadi M#, Gutjahr C#, Couzigou JM, Zouine M, Lauressergues D, Timmers A, Audran C, Bouzayen M, Becard G, Combier JP (2014) Auxin perception is required for arbuscule development in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. Plant Physiology 166: 281-292.

19. Carbonnel S, Gutjahr C* (2014) Control of arbuscular mycorrhiza development by nutrient signals. Frontiers in Plant Science 5: 462. (Opinion) PDF

18. Gutjahr C* (2014) Phytohormone signaling in arbuscular mycorhiza development. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 20: 26-34. (Review)

2013

17. Gutjahr C*, Parniske M* (2013) Cell and developmental biology of arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology 29: 593-617. (Review) PDF

16. Gutjahr C*, Paszkowski U* (2013) Multiple control levels of root system remodelling in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. Frontiers in Plant Science 4: 204. (Review) PDF

15. Groth M#, Kosuta S#, Gutjahr C, Haage K, Hardel SL, Schaub M§, Brachmann A, Sato S, Tabata S, Findlay K, Wang TL, Parniske M (2013) Two Lotus japonicus symbiosis mutants impaired at distinct steps of arbuscule development. Plant Journal 75: 117-129.
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14. Nordström KJV, Albani MC, James GV, Gutjahr C, Harwig B, Turck F, Paszkowski U, Coupland G, Schneeberger K (2013) Mutation identification by direct comparison of whole-genome sequencing data from mutant and wild-type individuals using k-mers. Nature Biotechnology, 31: 325-330.
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2012

13. Gutjahr C, Radovanovic D§, Geoffroy J, Zhang Q, Siegler H§, Chiapello M, Casieri L, An K, An G, Guiderdoni E, Kumar Chellian S, Sundaresan V, Harrison M, Paszkowski U (2012) The half-size ABC transporters STR1 and 2 are indispensable for mycorrhizal arbuscule formation in rice. Plant Journal, 69: 906-920.

2011

12. Gutjahr C, Novero M, Welham T, Wang T, Bonfante P (2011) Root starch accumulation in response to arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization differs among Lotus japonicus starch mutants. Planta, 235: 639-646.

2009

11. Gutjahr C, Novero M, Guether M, Montanari O, Udvardi M, Bonfante P (2009) Pre-symbiotic factors released by the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Gigaspora margarita induce starch accumulation in Lotus japonicus roots. New Phytologist, 183: 53-61.

10. Gutjahr C#, Casieri L#, Paszkowski U (2009) Glomus intraradices induces changes in root system architecture of rice independently of common SYM signaling. New Phytologist, 182: 829-837.

9. Gutjahr C*, Paszkowki U (2009) Weights in the balance: JA and SA signaling in root-biotroph interactions. MPMI 22: 763-772. (Review)

2008

8. Gutjahr C, Banba M, Croset V§, An K, Miyao A, An G, Hirochika H, Imaizumi-Anraku H, Paszkowski U (2008) Arbuscular mycorrhiza-specific signaling in rice transcends the common symbiosis signaling pathway. Plant Cell 20: 2989-3005.

7. Banba M, Gutjahr C, Miyao A, Hirochika H, Paszkowski U, Kouchi H, Imaizumi-Anraku H (2008) Divergence of evolutionary ways among common SYM genes: CASTOR and CCaMK show functional conservation between two symbiosis systems and constitute the root of a common signaling pathway. Plant Cell Physiology 49: 1659-1671.

6. Sawers RJH, Gutjahr C, Paszkowski U (2008) Cereal mycorrhiza: An ancient symbiosis in modern agriculture. Trends in Plant Sciences 13: 93-97. (Review)

5. Sawers RJH, Yang SY, Gutjahr C, Paszkowski U (2008) The molecular components of nutrient exchange in arbuscular mycorrhizal interactions. In: Z.A. Siddiqui et al., (eds.), Mycorrhizae: Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry, pp. 37-59 ©2008 Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. (Bookchapter, not peer reviewed)

2005 - 2007

4. Siddique I, Gutjahr C, Seneviratne G, Breckling B, Ranwala SW, Alexander IJ (2007) Changes in soil chemistry associated with the establishment of forest gardens on degraded grassland soils in Sri Lanka.  Biology and Fertility of Soils 44: 163-170.

3. Riemann M, Gutjahr C, Korte A, Riemann M, Danger B, Bayer U, Miramatsu T, Waller F, Furuya M, Nick P (2007) GER1 a novel early light and jasmonate induced gene in rice. Plant Biology 9: 32-40.

2. Gutjahr C*, Nick P (2006) Acrylamide inhibits gravitropism and affects microtubules in rice coleoptiles. Protoplasma 227: 211-222.

1. Gutjahr C, Riemann M, Müller A, Düchting P, Weiler EW, Nick P (2005) Cholodny-Went revisited – A role for jasmonate in gravitropism of rice coleoptiles. Planta 222: 575-585.
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