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The plant pathology journal v.26 no.2, 2010년, pp.115 - 120   SCIE
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Plant Defense Responses Coming To Shape

Kwon, Chi-An    (Department of Molecular Biology, BK21 Graduate Program for RNA Biology, Dankook University  );
  • 초록

    Although still poorly understood, accumulating evidence clearly supports that plants also have a good immune system which have been developed and acquired during the evolution. The lack of specific mobile immune cells like a B or T cell in plants additionally suggests that most plant cells have capacity for defending themselves against numerous pathogens. Rapidly growing advances in understanding plant defense responses implicate that plant and animal immune responses are evolutionarily convergent although their origins are thought to be different. On the basis of recent findings, here current understanding of plant defense responses will be discussed.


  • 주제어

    PAMP .   PRR .   SAR .   VAMP .   WRKY.  

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