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Convergent evolution of morphogenetic processes in fungi: Role of tetraspanins and NADPH oxidases 2 in plant pathogens and saprobes

Abstract : Convergent evolution of trophic life style and morphological characters are very common in the fungal kingdom. Recently, we have shown that the same molecular machinery containing a tetraspanin and a NADPH oxidase has been recruited in two different fungal species for the same purpose (exiting from a melanized re-enforced cell at a focal weakened point), but at different stages of their development (ascospore germination and appressorium mediated penetration). Although this molecular machinery is required at these key developmental steps, it is also likely involved in specialized cellular functions at other stages of fungal development, as shown here for nutrient acquisition by Podospora anserina.
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Philippe Silar, Fabienne Malagnac, Frédérique Bidard, Hervé Lalucque, Sylvain Brun, et al.. Convergent evolution of morphogenetic processes in fungi: Role of tetraspanins and NADPH oxidases 2 in plant pathogens and saprobes. Communicative and Integrative Biology, Taylor & Francis Open, 2014, 1 (2), pp.180-181. ⟨10.4161/cib.1.2.7198⟩. ⟨hal-02468137⟩

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