Sensing and Signalling in Diatom Responses to Abiotic Cues

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2022
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Jaubert, Marianne
Duchêne, Carole
Rogato, Alessandra
Bouly, Jean-Pierre
Falciatore, Angela
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The Molecular Life of Diatoms / Falciatore, Angela; Mock, Thomas (ed.). - Cham : Springer, 2022. - pp. 607-639. - ISBN 978-3-030-92498-0
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Diatoms are prominent microalgae that proliferate in a wide range of aquatic environments. Still, fundamental questions regarding their biology, such as how diatoms sense and respond to environmental variations, remain largely unanswered. In recent years, advances in the molecular and cell biology of diatoms and the increasing availability of genomic data have made it possible to explore sensing and signalling pathways in these algae. Pivotal studies of photosensory perception have highlighted the great capacity of diatoms to accurately detect environmental variations by sensing differential light signals and adjust their physiology accordingly. The characterization of photoreceptors and light-dependent processes described in this review, such as plastid signalling and diel regulation, is unveiling sensing systems which are unique to these algae, reflecting their complex evolutionary history and adaptation to aquatic life. Here, we also describe putative sensing components involved in the responses to nutrient, osmotic changes, and fluid motions. Continued elucidation of the molecular systems processing endogenous and environmental cues and their interactions with other biotic and abiotic stress signalling pathways is expected to greatly increase our understanding of the mechanisms controlling the abundance and distribution of the highly diverse diatom communities in marine ecosystems.
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ISO 690JAUBERT, Marianne, Carole DUCHÊNE, Peter G. KROTH, Alessandra ROGATO, Jean-Pierre BOULY, Angela FALCIATORE, 2022. Sensing and Signalling in Diatom Responses to Abiotic Cues. In: FALCIATORE, Angela, ed., Thomas MOCK, ed.. The Molecular Life of Diatoms. Cham:Springer, pp. 607-639. ISBN 978-3-030-92498-0. Available under: doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-92499-7_21
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  editor={Falciatore, Angela and Mock, Thomas},
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