Developmental control of promoter activity is not responsible for mature onset of Cf-9B-mediated resistance to leaf mold in tomato
Cf-9 confers resistance to tomato seedlings and mature plants against Cladosporium fulvum races expressing the Avr9 elicitor. It is the central member of a cluster of five paralogous genes in an introgressed segment of chromosome 1 derived from Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium. The other four genes have been named Hcr9-9A, Hcr9-9B, Hcr9-9D, and Hcr9-9E. Hcr9-9B, here designated Cf-9B, encodes weaker resistance than Cf-9, recognizes a different elicitor, and protects only mature plants from...[Show more]
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