Bacterial seed endophyte shapes disease resistance in rice

@article{Matsumoto2021BacterialSE,
  title={Bacterial seed endophyte shapes disease resistance in rice},
  author={Haruna Matsumoto and Xiaoyan Fan and Yue Wang and Peter Kusstatscher and Jie Duan and Sanling Wu and Sunlu Chen and Kun Qiao and Yiling Wang and Bin Ma and Guonian Zhu and Yasuyuki Hashidoko and Gabriele Berg and Tomislav Cernava and Mengcen Wang},
  journal={Nature Plants},
  year={2021},
  volume={7},
  pages={60-72}
}
  • Haruna Matsumoto, Xiaoyan Fan, +12 authors Mengcen Wang
  • Published 2021
  • Medicine
  • Nature Plants
Cereal crop production is severely affected by seed-borne bacterial diseases across the world. Locally occurring disease resistance in various crops remains elusive. Here, we have observed that rice plants of the same cultivar can be differentiated into disease-resistant and susceptible phenotypes under the same pathogen pressure. Following the identification of a seed-endophytic bacterium as the resistance-conferring agent, integration of high-throughput data, gene mutagenesis and molecular… Expand
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