A hypersensitive response was induced by virulent bacteria in transgenic tobacco plants overexpressing a plant ferredoxin-like protein ( PFLP )

@inproceedings{Huanga2004AHR,
  title={A hypersensitive response was induced by virulent bacteria in transgenic tobacco plants overexpressing a plant ferredoxin-like protein ( PFLP )},
  author={Hsiang-En Huanga and Mang-Jye Gerc and Mei-Kuen Yipa and Chao-Ying Chenb and Ajay-Kumar Pandeya and Teng-Yung Fenga},
  year={2004}
}
  • Hsiang-En Huanga, Mang-Jye Gerc, +3 authors Teng-Yung Fenga
  • Published 2004
The hypersensitive response (HR) displayed by resistance plants against invading pathogens is a prominent feature of an incompatible plant pathogen interaction. It has been shown that tobacco cell cultures transgenic for a plant ferredoxin-like protein (PFLP) that functions as an electron acceptor of Photosystem I increased harpin-mediate HR. In this work we report increased bacterial disease resistance of pflp transgenic tobacco. Compared to the controls, four distinctive characteristics were… CONTINUE READING

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