Altered expression of an ankyrin-repeat protein results in leaf abnormalities, necrotic lesions, and the elaboration of a systemic signal View Full Text


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DATE

2004-11

AUTHORS

Corina Wirdnam, Andrea Motoyama, Estelle Arn-Bouldoires, Sjoerd van Eeden, Alejandro Iglesias, Frederick Meins

ABSTRACT

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717-730

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64 hypersensitive response
65 induction
66 induction of markers
67 leaf abnormalities
68 leaves
69 lesions
70 markers
71 members
72 metabolism
73 multifunctional protein
74 necrotic lesions
75 oxygen metabolism
76 part
77 pathogenesis
78 pathogens
79 phenotype
80 plant defense responses
81 protection
82 protein
83 protein results
84 reactive oxygen metabolism
85 reduced starch
86 response
87 results
88 rotein 1
89 sense
90 signals
91 similarity
92 starch
93 stereotypic response
94 systemic signals
95 tobacco
96 transformants
97 virus pathogenesis
98 vitro
99 yeast cells
100 young leaves
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