How eukaryotic filamentous pathogens evade plant recognition.

  title={How eukaryotic filamentous pathogens evade plant recognition.},
  author={Ely Oliveira-Garcia and Barbara Valent},
  journal={Current opinion in microbiology},
Plant pathogenic fungi and oomycetes employ sophisticated mechanisms for evading host recognition. After host penetration, many fungi and oomycetes establish a biotrophic interaction. It is assumed that different strategies employed by these pathogens to avoid triggering host defence responses, including establishment of biotrophic interfacial layers between the pathogen and host, masking of invading hyphae and active suppression of host defence mechanisms, are essential for a biotrophic… CONTINUE READING
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