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David Reboutier, Cécile Frankart, Régine Vedel, Mathias Brault, Ronald G Duggleby, Jean Pierre Rona, Marie Anne Barny, François Bouteau
Erwinia amylovora is a necrogenic bacterium that causes fire blight of the Maloideae subfamily of Roseacae, such as apple and pear. It provokes necrosis in aerial parts of susceptible host plants and the typical hypersensitive reaction in non-host plants. The secreted harpin, HrpN ea, is able by itself to induce an active cell death in non-host plants. Ion flux modulations were shown to be involved early in such processes but very few data are available on the plasma membrane ion channel activities responsible for the pathogen-induced ion fluxes...
June 2005: Plant Physiology and Biochemistry: PPB
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