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Breeding for soil-borne pathogen resistance impacts active rhizosphere microbiome of common bean. / Mendes, Lukas W. (Corresponding author); Mendes, Rodrigo; Raaijmakers, J.M.; Tsai, Siu Mui.

In: ISME Journal, Vol. 12, 2018, p. 3038-3042.

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title = "Breeding for soil-borne pathogen resistance impacts active rhizosphere microbiome of common bean",
abstract = "Over the past century, plant breeding programs have substantially improved plant growth and health, but have not yetconsidered the potential effects on the plant microbiome. Here, we conducted metatranscriptome analysis to determine if andhow breeding for resistance of common bean against the root pathogen Fusarium oxysporum (Fox) affected gene expressionin the rhizobacterial community. Our data revealed that the microbiome of the Fox-resistant cultivar presented a significantlyhigher expression of genes associated with nutrient metabolism, motility, chemotaxis, and the biosynthesis of the antifungalcompounds phenazine and colicin V. Network analysis further revealed a more complex community for Fox-resistantcultivar and indicated Paenibacillus as a keystone genus in the rhizosphere microbiome. We suggest that resistance breedingin common bean has unintentionally co-selected for plant traits that strengthen the rhizosphere microbiome network structureand enrich for specific beneficial bacterial genera that express antifungal traits involved in plant protection against infectionsby root pathogens.",
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author = "Mendes, {Lukas W.} and Rodrigo Mendes and J.M. Raaijmakers and Tsai, {Siu Mui}",
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AB - Over the past century, plant breeding programs have substantially improved plant growth and health, but have not yetconsidered the potential effects on the plant microbiome. Here, we conducted metatranscriptome analysis to determine if andhow breeding for resistance of common bean against the root pathogen Fusarium oxysporum (Fox) affected gene expressionin the rhizobacterial community. Our data revealed that the microbiome of the Fox-resistant cultivar presented a significantlyhigher expression of genes associated with nutrient metabolism, motility, chemotaxis, and the biosynthesis of the antifungalcompounds phenazine and colicin V. Network analysis further revealed a more complex community for Fox-resistantcultivar and indicated Paenibacillus as a keystone genus in the rhizosphere microbiome. We suggest that resistance breedingin common bean has unintentionally co-selected for plant traits that strengthen the rhizosphere microbiome network structureand enrich for specific beneficial bacterial genera that express antifungal traits involved in plant protection against infectionsby root pathogens.

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