Cross-talk between jasmonate and salicylate plant defense pathways: effects on several plant parasites

@article{Thaler2002CrosstalkBJ,
  title={Cross-talk between jasmonate and salicylate plant defense pathways: effects on several plant parasites},
  author={J. Thaler and R. Karban and D. Ullman and K. Boege and R. Bostock},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2002},
  volume={131},
  pages={227-235}
}
Plants are often attacked by many herbivorous insects and pathogens at the same time. Two important suites of responses to attack are mediated by plant hormones, jasmonate and salicylate, which independently provide resistance to herbivorous insects and pathogens, respectively. Several lines of evidence suggest that there is negative cross-talk between the jasmonate and salicylate response pathways. This biochemical link between general plant defense strategies means that deploying defenses… Expand
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