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Wheat Metabolite Interferences on Fluorescent Pseudomonas Physiology Modify Wheat Metabolome through an Ecological Feedback

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Plant roots exude a wide variety of secondary metabolites able to attract and/or control a large diversity of microbial species. In return, among the root microbiota, some bacteria can promote plant development. Among these, Pseudomonas are known to produce a wide diversity of secondary metabolites that could have biological activity on the host plant and other soil microorganisms. We previously showed that wheat can interfere with Pseudomonas secondary metabolism production through its root metabolites. Interestingly, production of Pseudomonas bioactive metabolites, such as phloroglucinol, phenazines, pyrrolnitrin, or acyl homoserine lactones, are modified in the presence of wheat root extracts. A new cross metabolomic approach was then performed to evaluate if wheat metabolic interferences on Pseudomonas secondary metabolites production have consequences on wheat metabolome itself. Two different Pseudomonas strains were conditioned by wheat root extracts from two genotypes, leading to modification of bacterial secondary metabolites production. Bacterial cells were then inoculated on each wheat genotypes. Then, wheat root metabolomes were analyzed by untargeted metabolomic, and metabolites from the Adular genotype were characterized by molecular network. This allows us to evaluate if wheat differently recognizes the bacterial cells that have already been into contact with plants and highlights bioactive metabolites involved in wheat—Pseudomonas interaction.
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hal-03639676 , version 1 (01-09-2022)

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Laura Rieusset, Marjolaine Rey, Florence Wisniewski-Dyé, Claire Prigent–combaret, Gilles Comte. Wheat Metabolite Interferences on Fluorescent Pseudomonas Physiology Modify Wheat Metabolome through an Ecological Feedback. Metabolites, 2022, 12 (3), pp.236. ⟨10.3390/metabo12030236⟩. ⟨hal-03639676⟩
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