Connecting the plant vasculature to friend or foe.

@article{Melnyk2017ConnectingTP,
  title={Connecting the plant vasculature to friend or foe.},
  author={Charles W Melnyk},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2017},
  volume={213 4},
  pages={
          1611-1617
        }
}
Contents 1611 I. 1611 II. 1612 III. 1612 IV. 1614 V. 1614 VI. 1614 VII. 1615 VIII. 1616 1616 References 1616 SUMMARY: The plant vasculature transports water, sugars, hormones, RNAs and proteins. Such critical functions need to be protected from attack by pests and pathogens or from damage by wounding. Plants have developed mechanisms to repair vasculature when such protections fail and to even initiate new vascular connections to tissues supporting symbionts. The developmental phenomena… CONTINUE READING
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