Gene-for-gene complementarity in plant-pathogen interactions.

@article{Keen1990GeneforgeneCI,
  title={Gene-for-gene complementarity in plant-pathogen interactions.},
  author={Noel T. Keen},
  journal={Annual review of genetics},
  year={1990},
  volume={24},
  pages={
          447-63
        }
}
The cloning of avirulence genes has greatly aided our understanding of plant-pathogen specificity. It has proven that the gene-for-gene relationship first noted by Flor is correct--single avirulence gene encoding single protein products indeed are the genetic elements that interact with plant disease resistance genes. Furthermore, firm genetic evidence has provided insight into how two cloned avirulence genes (the TMV coat gene and avrD) cause the HR. The differences in structure of pathogen… CONTINUE READING

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