A Genome-Wide Association Study of the Maize Hypersensitive Defense Response Identifies Genes That Cluster in Related Pathways

@inproceedings{Olukolu2014AGA,
  title={A Genome-Wide Association Study of the Maize Hypersensitive Defense Response Identifies Genes That Cluster in Related Pathways},
  author={Bode A Olukolu and Guan-Feng Wang and Vijay Vontimitta and Bala Puchakayala Venkata and Sandeep R Marla and Jiabing Ji and Emma W. Gachomo and Kevin Pokwah Chu and Adisu Negeri and Jacqueline Benson and Rebecca J Nelson and Peter Bradbury and Dahlia Nielsen and James B Holland and Peter J Balint-Kurti and Gurmukh S. Johal},
  booktitle={PLoS genetics},
  year={2014}
}
Much remains unknown of molecular events controlling the plant hypersensitive defense response (HR), a rapid localized cell death that limits pathogen spread and is mediated by resistance (R-) genes. Genetic control of the HR is hard to quantify due to its microscopic and rapid nature. Natural modifiers of the ectopic HR phenotype induced by an aberrant auto-active R-gene (Rp1-D21), were mapped in a population of 3,381 recombinant inbred lines from the maize nested association mapping… CONTINUE READING
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