Plant immunity to necrotrophs.

@article{Mengiste2012PlantIT,
  title={Plant immunity to necrotrophs.},
  author={Tesfaye Mengiste},
  journal={Annual review of phytopathology},
  year={2012},
  volume={50},
  pages={
          267-94
        }
}
Plants inhabit environments crowded with infectious microbes that pose constant threats to their survival. Necrotrophic pathogens are notorious for their aggressive and wide-ranging virulence strategies that promote host cell death and acquire nutrients for growth and reproduction from dead cells. This lifestyle constitutes the axis of their pathogenesis and virulence strategies and marks contrasting immune responses to biotrophic pathogens. The diversity of virulence strategies in necrotrophic… CONTINUE READING
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