The Ve-mediated resistance response of the tomato to Verticillium dahliae involves H2O2, peroxidase and lignins and drives PAL gene expression

@article{Gayoso2010TheVR,
  title={The Ve-mediated resistance response of the tomato to Verticillium dahliae involves H2O2, peroxidase and lignins and drives PAL gene expression},
  author={Carmen Gayoso and Federico Pomar and Esther Novo-Uzal and Fuencisla Merino and {\'O}skar Mart{\'i}nez de Il{\'a}rduya},
  journal={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={10},
  pages={232 - 232}
}
  • Carmen Gayoso, Federico Pomar, +2 authors Óskar Martínez de Ilárduya
  • Published in BMC Plant Biology 2010
  • Medicine, Biology
  • BackgroundVerticillium dahliae is a fungal pathogen that infects a wide range of hosts. The only known genes for resistance to Verticillium in the Solanaceae are found in the tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) Ve locus, formed by two linked genes, Ve1 and Ve2. To characterize the resistance response mediated by the tomato Ve gene, we inoculated two nearly isogenic tomato lines, LA3030 (ve/ve) and LA3038 (Ve/Ve), with V. dahliae.ResultsWe found induction of H2O2 production in roots of inoculated… CONTINUE READING

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