Cytokinins and auxins in plant-pathogen interactions – An overview

  title={Cytokinins and auxins in plant-pathogen interactions – An overview},
  author={Paula Elizabeth Jameson},
  journal={Plant Growth Regulation},
Alterations in plant development are frequently observed following pathogen infection. Infection by virus frequently results in stunting of growth, and the chlorosis and abscission of leaves; infection by fungi is often notable for green island formation and growth malformations; and infection by some bacteria results in the formation of galls. While the area of plant-pathogen interactions is currently receiving considerable attention and some plant-pathogen interactions are well characterised… CONTINUE READING
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