Constant vigilance: plant functions guarded by resistance proteins.

Abstract

Unlike animals, plants do not have an adaptive immune system and have instead evolved sophisticated and multi-layered innate immune mechanisms. To overcome plant immunity, pathogens secrete a diverse array of effectors into the apoplast and virtually all cellular compartments to dampen immune signaling and interfere with plant functions. Here we describe… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/tpj.13798

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