Conserved Biochemical Defenses Underpin Host Responses to Oomycete Infection in an Early-Divergent Land Plant Lineage

Volume: 29, Issue: 14, Pages: 2282 - 2294.e5
Published: Jul 1, 2019
Abstract
The expansion of plants onto land necessitated the evolution of robust defense strategies to protect against a wide array of microbial invaders. Whereas host responses to microbial colonization are extensively explored in evolutionarily young land plant lineages such as angiosperms, we know relatively little about plant-pathogen interactions in early-diverging land plants thought to better represent the ancestral state. Here, we define the...
Paper Details
Title
Conserved Biochemical Defenses Underpin Host Responses to Oomycete Infection in an Early-Divergent Land Plant Lineage
Published Date
Jul 1, 2019
Volume
29
Issue
14
Pages
2282 - 2294.e5
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