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Research Article

Ulvan, a Sulfated Polysaccharide from Green Algae, Activates Plant Immunity through the Jasmonic Acid Signaling Pathway

Table 3

Defense genes upregulated after ulvan or MeJA treatments of M. truncatula.

ID-Mt16kPlusTIGR Gene Index v8AnnotationRatioP-value

MT004351TC104560Phospholipase D1.721.660.0360.046
MT015543TC107737Wound-induced protein1.541.570.0380.031
MT007566TC100849Pectinesterase inhibitor1.801.510.0030.022
MT000246TC94445Trypsin protease inhibitor37.316.410.0100.018
MT000087TC106371Protease inhibitor1.831.730.0260.020
MT005382TC111698Phytochelatin synthetase-like protein1.551.750.0150.003
MT002340TC96537Thioredoxin reductase1.751.740.0350.038
MT004461TC95580Heat shock protein1.672.160.0150.001
MT015962TC105992Lipase GDSL1.511.520.0370.034
MT000987TC101355Anthranilate N-benzoyltransferase-like1.511.520.0130.011
MT014991TC99521Tropinone reductase1.531.770.0140.002
MT006133TC980744-coumarate-CoA ligase1.711.850.0010.000

M. truncatula plants were sprayed with ulvan (ethanol-insoluble fraction at 1 mg mL-1) or MeJA (500  𝜇 M) with Actilandes at 0.1%. Leaves collected 1 and 2 days after treatment were pooled and other samples were collected after 6 days. The fold ratio is calculated with the corresponding Actilandes-treated sample.

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