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Pathogenic attack and carbon reallocation in soybean leaves (Glycine max. L.): Reinitiation of the glyoxylate cycle as a defence reaction
Journal of Plant Physiology
Pathogenic attack by the fungus Botrytis cinerea (primary pathogen) on soybean leaves (Glycine max. L.; cv. Maple arrow) results in a hypersensitive response (necrotising infected leaves), in the establishment of local acquired resistance, as well as in the systemic induction of genes coding for pathogenesis-related proteins. It now appears that, concomitantly with these already well documented defence reactions, the pathogenic attack also induces the carbon reallocation mechanism based on the reinitiation of the glyoxylate cycle (pseudo-senescence of the infected leaves).
Botrytis cinerea, glyoxylate cycle, Glycine max. L., pathogenic attack, senescence, soybean, SYSTEMIC ACQUIRED-RESISTANCE, SENESCENT BARLEY LEAVES, LEAF SENESCENCE, GENE-EXPRESSION, SALICYLIC-ACID, DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION, INDEPENDENT INDUCTION, CUCUMBER COTYLEDONS, PUMPKIN COTYLEDONS, BOTRYTIS-CINEREA
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