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- Bohland, C.; Balkenhohl, T.; Loers, G.; Feussner, I.; Grambow, H.J.
- Plant physiology 1997 v.114 no.2 pp. 679-685
- protein synthesis; dose response; chitosan; seedlings; jasmonic acid; linoleate 13S-lipoxygenase; Puccinia graminis; Triticum aestivum; leaves; plant pathogenic fungi; oligosaccharides; chitin; enzyme activity; isozymes; protein composition
- ... A glycopeptide elicitor prepared from germ tubes of the rust fungus Puccinia graminis Pers. f. sp. tritici Erikss. & Henn (Pgt),as well as chitin oligosaccharides, chitosan, and methyl jasmonate (MJ) stimulated lipoxygenase (LOX) activity (E.C. 126.96.36.199) in wheat (Triticum aestivum) leaves. Immunoblot analysis using anti-LOX antibodies revealed the induction of 92- and 103-kD LOX species after P ...
- Xu, Yu-Bin; Li, He-Ping; Zhang, Jing-Bo; Song, Bo; Chen, Fang-Fang; Duan, Xiao-Juan; Xu, Huai-Qian; Liao, Yu-Cai
- Fungal genetics and biology 2010 v.47 no.3 pp. 205-215
- Fusarium; plant pathogenic fungi; mutants; chitin synthase; genes; phenotype; cell walls; ultrastructure; enzyme activity; chitin; carbohydrate content; fungal anatomy; pathogenicity; scab diseases; Triticum aestivum; wheat; seedlings
- Zongkuan Wang; Jiangyue Cheng; Anqi Fan; Jia Zhao; Zhongyu Yu; Yingbo Li; Heng Zhang; Jin Xiao; Faheem Muhammad; Haiyan Wang; Aizhong Cao; Liping Xing; Xiue Wang
- Plant biotechnology journal 2018 v.16 no.1 pp. 50-62
- Dasypyrum villosum; Triticum aestivum; adults; callus; chitin; culms; diploidy; disease resistance; genes; genetically modified organisms; haustoria; hypersensitive response; leaves; lectins; pathogen-associated molecular patterns; pathogens; powdery mildew; protein kinases; receptors; roots; seedlings; signal transduction; wheat
- ... Plant sense potential microbial pathogen using pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) to recognize pathogen‐associated molecular patterns (PAMPs). The Lectin receptor‐like kinase genes (LecRKs) are involved in various cellular processes mediated by signal transduction pathways. In the present study, an L‐type lectin receptor kinase gene LecRK‐V was cloned from Haynaldia villosa, a diploid wheat rela ...
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