By Eugene W. Nester (auth.), Michael J. Daniels, J. Allan Downie, Anne E. Osbourn (eds.)
Several basic advances have been introduced on the 7th overseas Symposium on Molecular Plant--Microbe Interactions held in Edinburgh in 1994. those incorporated the cloning and id of plant resistance genes inquisitive about acceptance of pathogens; the outline of genetically engineered crops with novel resistance to pathogens; characterization of the molecular foundation of pathogenicity of fungal and bacterial plant pathogens; and the mechanisms of communique used in the course of popularity among symbiotic rhizobia and their host legumes.
contributors within the Symposium contributed a sequence of papers that signify the forefront of analysis during this vital region of plant and microbial technological know-how. those articles are introduced jointly to shape this booklet, with a view to be crucial studying for study staff, complicated scholars and others drawn to conserving abreast of this quickly constructing region.
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14. Roche P, Debelle F, Maillet F, Lerouge P, Faucher C, Denarie J. Molecular basis of symbiotic host specificity in Rhizobium meliloti: nodH and nodPQ genes encode the sulfation of lipo-oligosaccharide signals. Cell 1991;67:1131-1143. 15. Shen H, Keen NT. Characterization of the promoter of avirulence gene D from Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato. J Bacteriol 1993;175:5916-5924. 16. Murillo J, Shen H, Gerhold D, Sharma A, Cooksey DA, Keen NT. Characterization of pPT23B, the plasmid involved in syringolide production by Pseudomonas syringae pv.
Syringae defective in syringomycin production. Appl. Env. Microbiol. 54:1345-1353. SYRINGOLIDE ELICITORS SPECIFIED BY AVIRULENCE GENE D ALLELES IN PSEUDOMONAS SYRINGAE Noel Keen, Sharon L. Midland, Carol Boyd, Irem Yucel, Tetsu Tsurushima, Jennifer Lorang and James J. Sims Department of Plant Pathology. Univ. of California. Riverside. CA. USA 92521 Introduction The deduced protein sequences of microbial avirulence genes have not illuminated their functions in the pathogens that harbor them. Indeed, the only well characterized avirulence genes with defined functions are the coat protein genes of viral pathogens [1,2].
9! ~. pv. glycinea R4 carrying the cloned avrD gene also responded hypersensitively to the purified syringolides. Conversely, all cross progeny that were susceptible to R4 carrying the cloned avrD gene were insensitive to the purified elicitors. The number of progeny thus far analyzed (ca. 9! gene is responsible both for elicitor sensitivity and resistance to bacteria expressing avrD [24, N. Keen and R. Buzzell, unpublished observations]. However, screening of ca. ~. pv. glycinea R4 cells expressing avrD.
Advances in Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Interactions: Vol. 3 Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, Edinburgh, U.K., June 1994 by Eugene W. Nester (auth.), Michael J. Daniels, J. Allan Downie, Anne E. Osbourn (eds.)