Recent emergence of the wheat Lr34 multi-pathogen resistance: insights from haplotype analysis in wheat, rice, sorghum and Aegilops tauschii

@article{Krattinger2012RecentEO,
  title={Recent emergence of the wheat Lr34 multi-pathogen resistance: insights from haplotype analysis in wheat, rice, sorghum and Aegilops tauschii},
  author={Simon G Krattinger and David R. Jordan and Emma Mace and Chitra Raghavan and Ming-Cheng Luo and Beat Keller and Evans Lagudah},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2012},
  volume={126},
  pages={663-672}
}
Spontaneous sequence changes and the selection of beneficial mutations are driving forces of gene diversification and key factors of evolution. In highly dynamic co-evolutionary processes such as plant-pathogen interactions, the plant’s ability to rapidly adapt to newly emerging pathogens is paramount. The hexaploid wheat gene Lr34, which encodes an ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporter, confers durable field resistance against four fungal diseases. Despite its extensive use in breeding and… CONTINUE READING
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