Frederike Stock

Frederike Stock
Australian National University | ANU · Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF)

PhD

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September 2015 - July 2019
Ghent University
Position
  • PhD
Education
September 2013 - July 2015
Leiden University
Field of study
  • Plant Science and Natural Products
August 2011 - July 2012
University of Guelph
Field of study
  • Biology
October 2009 - July 2013
University of Rostock
Field of study
  • Biology

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Publications (8)
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N‐acyl homoserine lactones (AHLs) are molecules produced by many Gram‐negative bacteria as mediators of cell‐cell signaling in a mechanism known as quorum sensing (QS). QS is widespread in marine bacteria regulating diverse processes, such as virulence or excretion of polymers that mediate biofilm formation. Associated eukaryotes, such as microalga...
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Benthic diatoms are the main primary producers in shallow freshwater and coastal environments, fulfilling important ecological functions such as nutrient cycling and sediment stabilization. However, little is known about their evolutionary adaptations to these highly structured but heterogeneous environments. Here, we report a reference genome for...
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In aquatic habitats, diatoms are frequently found in association with Proteobacteria, many members of which employ cell-to-cell communication via N-acyl homoserine lactones (AHLs). It has been suggested that diatoms could distinguish between beneficial and algicidal bacteria in their surroundings by sensing AHLs. Although some microalgae can interf...
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Benthic diatoms are the main primary producers in shallow freshwater and coastal environments, fulfilling important ecological functions such as nutrient cycling and sediment stabilization. However, little is known about their evolutionary adaptations to these highly structured but heterogeneous environments. Here, we report a reference genome for...
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The mechanisms underlying interactions between diatoms and bacteria are crucial to understand diatom behaviour and proliferation, and can result in far‐reaching ecological consequences. Recently, 2‐alkyl‐4‐quinolones have been isolated from marine bacteria, both of which (the bacterium and isolated chemical) inhibited growth of microalgae, suggesti...
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In plants and in the seaweed Ulva a class of bacterial signaling molecules, N-acylhomoserine lactones (AHLs), have been demonstrated to induce responses such as growth stimulation, alteration of root morphology, induced resistance and chemokinesis. These specific responses by eukaryotes to prokaryotic signaling molecules coined the term “cross-king...
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Marine bacteria contribute substantially to nutrient cycling in the oceans and can engage in close interactions with microalgae. Many microalgae harbor characteristic satellite bacteria, many of which participate in N-acyl homoserine lactone (AHL) mediated quorum sensing. In the diffusion-controlled phycosphere, AHLs can reach high local concentrat...

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Archived project
The aim of this project is to elucidate the chemical interaction between diatoms and bacteria via quorum sensing compounds such as N-acyl homoserine lactones and alkyl-quinolones.