Characterizing rice lesion mimic mutants and identifying a mutant with broad-spectrum resistance to rice blast and bacterial blight.

@article{Yin2000CharacterizingRL,
  title={Characterizing rice lesion mimic mutants and identifying a mutant with broad-spectrum resistance to rice blast and bacterial blight.},
  author={Zhongchao Yin and Jianfu Chen and Lirong Zeng and Meidee Goh and Hei Leung and Gurdev Singh Khush and Gai Ling Wang},
  journal={Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI},
  year={2000},
  volume={13 8},
  pages={
          869-76
        }
}
Many plant mutants develop spontaneous lesions that resemble disease symptoms in the absence of pathogen attack. In several pathosystems, lesion mimic mutations have been shown to be involved in programmed cell death, which in some instances leads to enhanced disease resistance to multiple pathogens. We investigated the relationship between spontaneous cell death and disease resistance in rice with nine mutants with a range of lesion mimic phenotypes. All nine mutations are controlled by… CONTINUE READING

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