2020 DOI: 10.1101/2020.03.16.994095 View Full Text Preprint
Ana K. Machado Wood, Vinay Panwar, Mike Grimwade-Mann, Tom Ashfield, Kim E. Hammond-Kosack, Kostya Kanyuka

Abstract: ABSTRACTPlants have developed intricate defense mechanisms, referred to as innate immunity, to defend themselves against a wide range of pathogens. Plants often respond rapidly to pathogen attack by the synthesis and delivery of various antimicrobial compounds, proteins and small RNA in membrane vesicles to the primary infection sites. Much of the evidence regarding the importance of vesicular trafficking in plant-pathogen interactions comes from the studies involving model plants whereas this process is relat…

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