Resistance gene complexes: evolution and utilization.

@article{Hulbert2001ResistanceGC,
  title={Resistance gene complexes: evolution and utilization.},
  author={Scot H. Hulbert and Craig A. Webb and Shavannor M. Smith and Qiuxiang Sun},
  journal={Annual review of phytopathology},
  year={2001},
  volume={39},
  pages={285-312}
}
More than 30 genes have been characterized from different plant species that provide resistance to a variety of different pathogen and pest species. The structures of most are consistent with a role in pathogen recognition and defense response signaling. Resistance genes are very abundant in plant genomes and most belong to tightly linked gene families. Evolution of R genes is driven by selection on allelic variation created by mutation and re-assorted by recombination between alleles and… CONTINUE READING
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