Laser microdissection of grapevine leaf phloem infected by stolbur reveals site-specific gene responses associated to sucrose transport and metabolism.

@article{Santi2013LaserMO,
  title={Laser microdissection of grapevine leaf phloem infected by stolbur reveals site-specific gene responses associated to sucrose transport and metabolism.},
  author={Simonetta Santi and Simone Grisan and Alessandro Pierasco and Federica de Marco and Rita Musetti},
  journal={Plant, cell & environment},
  year={2013},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={343-55}
}
Bois Noir is an emergent disease of grapevine that has been associated to a phytoplasma belonging to the XII-A stolbur group. In plants, phytoplasmas have been found mainly in phloem sieve elements, from where they spread moving through the pores of plates, accumulating especially in source leaves. To examine the expression of grapevine genes involved in sucrose transport and metabolism, phloem tissue, including sieve element/companion cell complexes and some parenchyma cells, was isolated from… CONTINUE READING
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