Small Signaling Molecules (SSMs) as an Important Mediator to Establish Beneficial Bacterial-Fungal Interaction in Agricultural Environment

  • Debanjana Debnath Faculty of Agriculture, Sri Sri University, Cuttack, Odisha (754 006), India
  • Rini Labanya Faculty of Agriculture, Sri Sri University, Cuttack, Odisha (754 006), India
Keywords: Communication, Microorganism, Molecule, Signal

Abstract

Microorganisms share common environment through close connection in nature, and build up a social environment between them that impact their growth and development in synergistic and/or antagonistic way. These interactions are generally regulated by the small signaling molecules (SSMs), which actually act as a driven factor ensuring the abundance of both the kingdoms in a common environment. In this article we will discuss about the perception, interaction, responses and mode of action of these biochemical compounds in agricultural environment.

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Published
2021-11-06
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Debnath, D. and Labanya, R. 2021. Small Signaling Molecules (SSMs) as an Important Mediator to Establish Beneficial Bacterial-Fungal Interaction in Agricultural Environment. Biotica Research Today. 3, 11 (Nov. 2021), 961-963.
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