Barley MLO modulates actin-dependent and actin-independent antifungal defense pathways at the cell periphery.

@article{Miklis2007BarleyMM,
  title={Barley MLO modulates actin-dependent and actin-independent antifungal defense pathways at the cell periphery.},
  author={Marco Miklis and Chiara Consonni and Riyaz Ahmed Bhat and Volker Lipka and Paul Schulze-Lefert and Ralph Panstruga},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={144 2},
  pages={1132-43}
}
Cell polarization is a crucial process during plant development, as well as in plant-microbe interactions, and is frequently associated with extensive cytoskeletal rearrangements. In interactions of plants with inappropriate fungal pathogens (so-called non-host interactions), the actin cytoskeleton is thought to contribute to the establishment of effective barriers at the cell periphery against fungal ingress. Here, we impeded actin cytoskeleton function in various types of disease resistance… CONTINUE READING
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