A highway for war and peace: the secretory pathway in plant-microbe interactions.

@article{Wang2011AHF,
  title={A highway for war and peace: the secretory pathway in plant-microbe interactions.},
  author={Dong Wang and Xinnian Dong},
  journal={Molecular plant},
  year={2011},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={
          581-7
        }
}
Secretion of proteins and other molecules is the primary means by which a cell interacts with its surroundings. The overall organization of the secretory system is remarkably conserved among eukaryotes, and many of the components have been investigated in detail in animal models. Plant cells, because of their sessile lifestyle, are uniquely reliant on the secretory pathway to respond to changes in their environments, either abiotic, such as the absence of nutrients, or biotic, such as the… CONTINUE READING
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