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Gao, P.* ; Loeffler, T.S.* ; Honsel, A.* ; Kruse, J.* ; Krol, E.* ; Scherzer, S.* ; Kreuzer, I.* ; Bemm, F.* ; Buegger, F. ; Burzlaff, T.* ; Hedrich, R.* ; Rennenberg, H.*

Integration of trap- and root-derived nitrogen nutrition of carnivorous Dionaea muscipula.

New Phytol. 205, 1320-1329 (2015)
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Carnivorous Dionaea muscipula operates active snap traps for nutrient acquisition from prey; so what is the role of D. muscipula's reduced root system? We studied the capacity for nitrogen (N) acquisition via traps, and its effect on plant allometry; the capacity of roots to absorb NO3 (-) , NH4 (+) and glutamine from the soil solution; and the fate and interaction of foliar- and root-acquired N. Feeding D. muscipula snap traps with insects had little effect on the root : shoot ratio, but promoted petiole relative to trap growth. Large amounts of NH4 (+) and glutamine were absorbed upon root feeding. The high capacity for root N uptake was maintained upon feeding traps with glutamine. High root acquisition of NH4 (+) was mediated by 2.5-fold higher expression of the NH4 (+) transporter DmAMT1 in the roots compared with the traps. Electrophysiological studies confirmed a high constitutive capacity for NH4 (+) uptake by roots. Glutamine feeding of traps inhibited the influx of (15) N from root-absorbed (15) N/(13) C-glutamine into these traps, but not that of (13) C. Apparently, fed traps turned into carbon sinks that even acquired organic carbon from roots. N acquisition at the whole-plant level is fundamentally different in D. muscipula compared with noncarnivorous species, where foliar N influx down-regulates N uptake by roots.
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Publikationstyp Artikel: Journalartikel
Dokumenttyp Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Schlagwörter Ammonium ; Glutamine ; Nitrogen (n) Nutrition ; Plant Carnivory ; Root : shoot Integration; Mineral Nutrients; Fagus-sylvatica; Use Efficiency; Plant-roots; N Uptake; Prey; Drosera; Absorption; Transport; Seedlings
ISSN (print) / ISBN 0028-646X
e-ISSN 1469-8137
Zeitschrift New Phytologist
Quellenangaben Band: 205, Heft: 3, Seiten: 1320-1329 Artikelnummer: , Supplement: ,
Verlag Wiley
Verlagsort Hoboken
Begutachtungsstatus Peer reviewed