ISSN 1021-4437, Russian Journal of Plant Physiology, 2007, Vol. 54, No. 2, pp. 282–285. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2007. Original Russian Text © Yu.M. Konstantinov, 2007, published in Fiziologiya Rastenii, 2007, Vol. 54, No. 2, pp. 316–319. MEETING REPORTS Signals, Their Perception, and Primary Plant Metabolism. The Third International Symposium (Potsdam, Germany, April 26–29, 2006) DOI: 10.1134/S1021443707020185 The Third International Symposium on Signals, well as the multilevel phenotyping (expression proﬁl- Their Perception, and Primary Plant Metabolism was ing, robotized enzyme assays, and metabolic proﬁling). organized by a consortium of ﬁve German research Sugars were shown to considerably affect the diurnal institutions (Collaborative Research Center SFB 429) proﬁle of gene expression. The comparison of gene within a framework of the research program on Molec- expression in the wild type and starch-free pgm mutant ular Biology, Energetics, and Regulation of Primary plants showed that sugars modiﬁed the expression of Plant Metabolism. This event attracted about 200 par- many genes of this type. This work resulted in the iden- ticipants from many countries. tiﬁcation of candidate genes involved in the sugar- dependent signaling pathways, including the genes The study of primary plant metabolism has become associated with the synthesis of trehalose 6-phosphate,
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