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The floral inoculating protocol: a simplified Arabidopsis thaliana transformation method modified from floral dipping
The floral dip protocol mediated by Agrobacterium tumefaciens is the most widely used transformation method for Arabidopsis thaliana. The “floral dip” process in which A. thaliana flower buds areExpand
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Elicitor and Suppressor of Pisatin Induction in Spore Germination Fluid of Pea Pathogen, Mycosphaerella pinodes
Both elicitor and suppressor of pisatin accumulation in pea leaves were found in the pycnospore germination fluid of Mycosphaerella pinodes, a pathogenic fungus of pea plant. The elicitor was a high,Expand
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Induced inaccessibility in barley cells exposed to extracellular material released by non-pathogenic powdery mildew conidia
Abstract Before germinating, conidia of Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei (Bgh) and tritici (Bgt) and Erysiphe pisi (Ep) rapidly released extracellular material (ECM) onto barley coleoptile cells. MoreExpand
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Functional Analysis of the Putative cis-Elements Involved in Activation by Elicitor or UV and Deactivation by Suppressor in the Promoter of a Pea Gene for Phenylalanine Ammonia-lyase (PSPAL1)
The promoter of a pea gene for phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PSPAL 1) contains Boxes II and IV that have synergistic effects on activation by fungal elicitor or UV light. Fungal suppressor suppressedExpand
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Generation of hydrogen peroxide is not required for harpin-induced apoptotic cell death in tobacco BY-2 cell suspension culture
Abstract To characterize molecular and biochemical mechanisms of hypersensitive reaction (HR) in plants, a tobacco suspension culture of BY-2 was treated with the proteinaceous HR elicitor harpinExpand
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