2021
DOI: 10.1093/jxb/erab422 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: With the requirement to breed more productive crop plants to feed a growing global population, compounded by increasingly wide-spread resistance to pesticides exhibited by pathogens, plant immunity is becoming an increasingly important area of research. Of the genes that contribute to disease resistance, the wall-associated receptor-like kinases (WAKs) are increasingly shown to play a major role, in addition to their contribution to plant growth and development or tolerance to abiotic stresses. Being transmemb… Show more

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“…Stb6 controls a qualitative gene-for-gene resistance against Z. tritici isolates carrying the matching AvrStb6 and encodes for a wall-associated kinase (WAK) ( Kema et al, 2000 ; Brading et al, 2002 ; Saintenac et al, 2018 ). Many WAKs monitor plant cell wall integrity and induce a broad range of host defense responses, including the activation of MAPK cascades, the modulation of hormones signaling, and the modification of cell wall composition to prevent pathogen penetration ( Stephens et al, 2022 ). Stb16q , of particular interest as it confers qualitative broad-spectrum resistance against a large panel of Z. tritici isolates, encodes a cysteine-rich-receptor-like kinase (CRK) ( Saintenac et al, 2021 ).…”
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“…Stb6 controls a qualitative gene-for-gene resistance against Z. tritici isolates carrying the matching AvrStb6 and encodes for a wall-associated kinase (WAK) ( Kema et al, 2000 ; Brading et al, 2002 ; Saintenac et al, 2018 ). Many WAKs monitor plant cell wall integrity and induce a broad range of host defense responses, including the activation of MAPK cascades, the modulation of hormones signaling, and the modification of cell wall composition to prevent pathogen penetration ( Stephens et al, 2022 ). Stb16q , of particular interest as it confers qualitative broad-spectrum resistance against a large panel of Z. tritici isolates, encodes a cysteine-rich-receptor-like kinase (CRK) ( Saintenac et al, 2021 ).…”
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“…It has been shown that WAKs function in signal transduction between the extracellular matrix and the cytoplasm and play pertinent roles in plant growth and development [26]. WAKs have recently gained attention as key factors in plant defense against pathogens [5]. Characterizing the WAK gene family will help identify many new candidate genes that may contribute to disease resistance.…”
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“…Several independent studies have established that WAK family proteins constitute a central pillar of plant cells that monitor and interact with their extracellular environments at both transcriptional and post-transcriptional levels. Moreover, they are important in the defense against pathogens and contribute to plant immunity [5,13,15,18,[37][38][39]. Most of these immune-related WAK genes are highly induced upon infection by a pathogen.…”
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