Effect of virus infection on the secondary metabolite production and phytohormone biosynthesis in plants View Full Text


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2020-11-24

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Jyoti Mishra, Rakesh Srivastava, Prabodh K. Trivedi, Praveen C. Verma

ABSTRACT

Plants have evolved according to their environmental conditions and continuously interact with different biological entities. These interactions induce many positive and negative effects on plant metabolism. Many viruses also associate with various plant species and alter their metabolism. Further, virus–plant interaction also alters the expression of many plant hormones. To overcome the biotic stress imposed by the virus’s infestation, plants produce different kinds of secondary metabolites that play a significant role in plant defense against the viral infection. In this review, we briefly highlight the mechanism of virus infection, their influence on the plant secondary metabolites and phytohormone biosynthesis in response to the virus–plant interactions. More... »

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