• Corpus ID: 83014476

Desenvolvimento de marcadores microssatélites e análise de expressão de genes envolvidos em resposta ao estresse biótico em genótipos de musa acuminata

@inproceedings{Emediato2014DesenvolvimentoDM,
  title={Desenvolvimento de marcadores microssat{\'e}lites e an{\'a}lise de express{\~a}o de genes envolvidos em resposta ao estresse bi{\'o}tico em gen{\'o}tipos de musa acuminata},
  author={Fl{\'a}via Leonel Emediato},
  year={2014}
}
11 REVISÃO DA LITERATURA 12 1. ASPECTOS BOTÂNICOS E CLASSIFICAÇÃO TAXONÔMICA DO GÊNERO MUSA 12 2. IMPORTÂNCIA SÓCIO-ECONÔMICA 13 3. ESTRESSES BIÓTICOS 14 3.1. MYCOSPHAERELLA FIJIENSIS, MYCOSPHAERELLA MUSICOLA E AS DOENÇAS DE SIGATOKA 16 4. RECURSOS GENÉTICOS E MELHORAMENTO EM MUSA 20 5. IMUNIDADE EM PLANTAS 24 5.1. OS RECEPTORES PRRS E A IMUNIDADE DISPARADA POR PAMPS – PTI 27 5.2. AS PROTEÍNAS R E A IMUNIDADE DISPARADA POR EFETORES – ETI 29 

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