The role of oomycete effectors in plant–pathogen interactions
Plants constantly come into contact with a diverse range of microorganisms that are potential pathogens, and they have evolved multi-faceted physical and chemical strategies to inhibit pathogen ingress and establishment of disease. Microbes, however, have developed their own strategies to counteract plant defence responses. Recent research on plant microbe interactions has revealed that an important part of the infection strategies of a diverse range of plant pathogens,including bacteria,...[Show more]
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|Source:||Functional Plant Biology 37.10 (2010): 919-925|
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