Molecular Cloning of Plant Disease Resistance Genes

  • Gregory B. Martin
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Part of the Plant-Microbe Interactions book series (PMI, volume 1)

Abstract

It has been 90 years since the first confirmation of the genetic basis of plant disease resistance.1 Since then resistance (R) genes have been identified in all major economic plant species and have been incorporated into numerous elite cultivars.2–6 This intensive effort in the discovery and utilization of plant R genes has dramatically increased and stabilized food production throughout the world and ranks as one of the major achievements of modern agriculture.

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Recombination Mold NADPH Leucine Glycoside 

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