Properties and dynamics of the plant immune signaling network
|演題||Properties and dynamics of the plant immune signaling network|
|講演者||Dr. Fumiaki Katagiri（University of Minnesota）|
The plant immune signaling network is different from other plant signaling networks because pathogens not only initiate signaling events but have also been rapidly evolving to interfere with plant signaling.
Therefore, the plant immune signaling network must have properties that allow it to withstand perturbations from a wide variety of pathogens without heavily relying on evolutionary adaptation. Unnecessary immune
responses carry negative impacts on plant fitness, further constraining possible network properties. We study what network properties are important for the performance of the plant immune signaling network,
what network dynamics leads to emergence of the network properties, and what are evolutionary implications of the network properties.
島本 功 (firstname.lastname@example.org)