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Breeding for durable disease resistance is challenging, yet essential to improve crops for sustainable agriculture. The wheat Lr34 gene is one of the few cloned, durable resistance genes in plants.… (More)
The Lr34 gene encodes an ABC transporter and has provided wheat with durable, broad-spectrum resistance against multiple fungal pathogens for over 100 years. Because barley does not have an Lr34… (More)
In the last years there has been enormous progress in the molecular understanding of fungal disease resistance in plants. Research on effector-based immunity which is mediated by major resistance (R)… (More)
The increasing use of herbicides in agriculture sectors have received great attention with respect to their potential toxic effect on reef-building corals of Indonesia. One chlorinated compound,… (More)
The Triticum aestivum (bread wheat) disease resistance gene Lr34 confers durable, race non-specific protection against three fungal pathogens, and has been a highly relevant gene for wheat breeding… (More)
The Lr34/Yr18 gene has been used in agriculture for more than 100 years. In contrast to many other resistance sources against leaf rust and stripe rust, it has remained effective and no virulence has… (More)