Salicylic acid receptors activate jasmonic acid signalling through a non-canonical pathway to promote effector-triggered immunity

@inproceedings{Liu2016SalicylicAR,
  title={Salicylic acid receptors activate jasmonic acid signalling through a non-canonical pathway to promote effector-triggered immunity},
  author={Lijing Liu and Fathi-Mohamed Sonbol and Bethany Huot and Yangnan Gu and John Withers and Musoki Mwimba and Jian Yao and Sheng Yang He and Xinnian Dong},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2016}
}
It is an apparent conundrum how plants evolved effector-triggered immunity (ETI), involving programmed cell death (PCD), as a major defence mechanism against biotrophic pathogens, because ETI-associated PCD could leave them vulnerable to necrotrophic pathogens that thrive on dead host cells. Interestingly, during ETI, the normally antagonistic defence hormones, salicylic acid (SA) and jasmonic acid (JA) associated with defence against biotrophs and necrotrophs respectively, both accumulate to… CONTINUE READING
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