Intervention of Phytohormone Pathways by Pathogen Effectors.

  title={Intervention of Phytohormone Pathways by Pathogen Effectors.},
  author={Kemal Kazan and Rebecca L. Lyons},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  volume={26 6},
The constant struggle between plants and microbes has driven the evolution of multiple defense strategies in the host as well as offense strategies in the pathogen. To defend themselves from pathogen attack, plants often rely on elaborate signaling networks regulated by phytohormones. In turn, pathogens have adopted innovative strategies to manipulate phytohormone-regulated defenses. Tactics frequently employed by plant pathogens involve hijacking, evading, or disrupting hormone signaling… CONTINUE READING
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