Molecular aspects of defence priming.

  title={Molecular aspects of defence priming.},
  author={Uwe Conrath},
  journal={Trends in plant science},
  volume={16 10},
Plants can be primed for more rapid and robust activation of defence to biotic or abiotic stress. Priming follows perception of molecular patterns of microbes or plants, recognition of pathogen-derived effectors or colonisation by beneficial microbes. However the process can also be induced by treatment with some natural or synthetic compounds and wounding. The primed mobilization of defence is often associated with development of immunity and stress tolerance. Although the phenomenon has been… CONTINUE READING
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