A Conserved Transcript Pattern in Response to a Specialist and a Generalist Herbivorew⃞

@article{Reymond2004ACT,
  title={A Conserved Transcript Pattern in Response to a Specialist and a Generalist Herbivorew⃞},
  author={Philippe Reymond and Natacha Bodenhausen and Remco M. P. Van Poecke and Venkatesh Krishnamurthy and Marcel Dicke and Edward E. Farmer},
  journal={The Plant Cell Online},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={3132 - 3147}
}
Transcript patterns elicited in response to attack reveal, at the molecular level, how plants respond to aggressors. These patterns are fashioned both by inflicted physical damage as well as by biological components displayed or released by the attacker. Different types of attacking organisms might therefore be expected to elicit different transcription programs in the host. Using a large-scale DNA microarray, we characterized gene expression in damaged as well as in distal Arabidopsis thaliana… Expand
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