Joanna Banasiak

Joanna Banasiak
Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Polish Academy of Science · Department of Plant Molecular Physiology

PhD

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Numerous studies suggest a relevant role of cytokinin (CK) distribution in shaping of plant morphology upon changing environment. Nonetheless, our knowledge about an involvement of short-distance CK translocation in root mineral nutrition is still scarce and specific role of CK transporters in root morphology has yet to be established. Revealing th...
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ABCG46 of the legume Medicago truncatula is an ABC-type plasma membrane transporter that selectively translocates endogenous phenylpropanoids from the biosynthetic pathway of the phytoalexin, medicarpin, namely 4-coumarate and liquiritigenin. To investigate molecular determinants of the observed substrate selectivity, we applied a combination of ph...
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ABCG46 of the legume Medicago truncatula is an ABC-type plasma membrane transporter that selectively translocates endogenous phenylpropanoids from the biosynthetic pathway of the phytoalexin, medicarpin, namely 4-coumarate and liquiritigenin. To investigate molecular determinants of the observed substrate selectivity, we applied a combination of ph...
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Knowledge about plant ATP-binding cassette (ABC) proteins is of great value for sustainable agriculture, economic yield, and the generation of high-quality products, especially under unfavorable growth conditions. We have learned much about ABC proteins in model organisms, notably Arabidopsis thaliana; however, the importance of research dedicated...
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Most land plants live in close contact with beneficial soil microbes: the majority of land plant species establish symbiosis with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, while most legumes, the third largest plant family, can form a symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing rhizobia. These microbes contribute to plant nutrition via endosymbiotic processes that require...
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Growing evidence has highlighted the essential role of plant hormones, notably, cytokinins (CKs), in nitrogen-fixing symbiosis, both at early and late nodulation stages1,2. Despite numerous studies showing the central role of CK in nodulation, the importance of CK transport in the symbiosis is unknown. Here, we show the role of ABCG56, a full-size...
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Strigolactones (SLs) are plant-derived signaling molecules that stimulate the hyphal branching of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), and consequently promote symbiotic interaction between the fungus and the plant. Currently, our knowledge on the molecular mechanism of SL transport is restricted to the Solanaceae family. In the Solanaceae family, S...
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Abscisic acid (ABA) integrates internal and external signals to coordinate plant development, growth, and architecture. It plays a central role in stomatal closure and prevents germination of freshly produced seeds and germination of non‐dormant seeds under unfavorable circumstances. Here, we describe a Medicago truncatula ATP‐binding cassette (ABC...
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The ABCG10 protein of the model legume Medicago truncatula is required for efficient de novo production of the phenylpropanoid-derived phytoalexin medicarpin. Silencing the expression of MtABCG10 results, inter alia, in a lower accumulation of medicarpin and its precursors. In this study, we demonstrate that the impairment of medicarpin biosynthesi...
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Abscisic acid (ABA) is an ubiquitous plant hormone and one of the foremost signalling molecules, controlling plants' growth and development, as well as their response to environmental stresses. To date, the function of ABA has been extensively investigated as an abiotic stress molecule which regulates the plants' water status. However, in the conte...
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Plant genomes encode more than 100 ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporters, a number far exceeding those of other organisms. The membrane-bound ABC transporters belonging to the G subfamily (ABCGs) can be categorised by their distinctive topology and taxa distribution. ABCGs form the largest known subfamily of ABC proteins, with 43 and 50 members i...
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Full-sized ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporters of the G subfamily (ABCG) are considered to be essential components of the plant immune system. These proteins have been proposed to be implicated in the active transmembrane transport of various secondary metabolites. Despite the importance of ABCG-based transport for plant–microbe interactions, t...
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Full-sized ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporters of the G subfamily (ABCG) are considered to be essential components of the plant immune system. These proteins have been proposed to be implicated in the active transmembrane transport of various secondary metabolites. Despite the importance of ABCG-based transport for plant–microbe interactions, t...
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Hairy roots and suspension cell cultures are commonly used in deciphering different problems related to the biochemistry and physiology of plant secondary metabolites. Here, we address about the issue of possible differences in the profiles of flavonoid compounds and their glycoconjugates derived from various plant materials grown in a standard cul...
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Full-size ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporters belonging to the ABCG subfamily are unique for plants and fungi. There is growing evidence that certain of these proteins play a role in plant defense or signaling systems. As yet, a complete set of full-size ABCG protein genes has been inventoried and classified in only two plants: Arabidopsis thal...

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role of membrane transporters in phytohormones distribution