Searched for: Plant_defences

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ScienceDaily

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eLife
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The defense mechanisms plants use to recognize and respond to a common pest -- the caterpillar -- has arisen from a single gene that evolved over millions of years, according to a new report.

The defence mechanisms …

Found: 'plant_defences' and inferring: 'plant_defence'
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Phys.Org

by Nanjing Agricultural University The Academy of Science Recently, scientists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences summarized recent research progress on defense responses of horticultural crops to fungal pathogens and novel strategies to …

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EurekAlert

Ustilago maydis attacks and reproduces in the aerial parts of the corn plant. Huge tumor-like tissue growth often form at the site of infection. These galls can reach the size of a child's head. The growths are triggered by molecules …

Found: 'plant_defences' and inferring: 'plant_defence'
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Phys.Org

Two studies published in the journal Science by researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne, Germany in collaboration with colleagues in China have discovered natural cellular molecules that drive …

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UC Riverside

Plants protect themselves from environmental hazards like insects, drought and heat by producing salicylic acid, also known as aspirin. A new understanding of this process may help plants survive increasing stress caused by climate change …

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SciTechDaily

Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have shed new light on how plant life got established on the surface of our planet. They specifically demonstrated that two genes are crucial for terrestrial plants to protect …

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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Heat waves increase the vulnerability of plants to infectious diseases by compromising their immunity. Short periods of high temperatures suppress the production of a defense hormone in plants called …

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PNAS

PNAS February 22, 2022 119 (8) e2121568119; https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2121568119
  1. Contributed by Pam Ronald; received November 27, 2021; accepted December 28, 2021; reviewed by Barbara Baker and Jonathan Jones …

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Phys. Org

Plants are master chemists, producing a dazzling array of molecules that are valuable to humans, including vitamins, pharmaceuticals and flavorings.

The largest and most diverse group of molecules are known as specialized metabolites. Some …

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Imperial college News

by Hayley Dunning A study of how plants identify and react to invading pathogens using mobile disease detectors could help researchers breed disease-resistant crops.

Many important crop plants can be devastated by pathogens …

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