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    1. Pillonel, C
      Identification of a 2,6-dichloroisonicotinic-acid-sensitive protein kinasefrom tobacco by affinity chromatography on benzothiadiazole-sepharose and NIM-metal chelate adsorbent

      PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    2. Yalpani, N; Altier, DJ; Barbour, E; Cigan, AL; Scelonge, CJ
      Production of 6-methylsalicyclic acid by expression of a fungal polyketidesynthase activates disease resistance in tobacco

      PLANT CELL
    3. Melayah, D; Bonnivard, E; Chalhoub, B; Audeon, C; Grandbastien, MA
      The mobility of the tobacco Tnt1 retrotransposon correlates with its transcriptional activation by fungal factors

      PLANT JOURNAL
    4. Kloek, AP; Verbsky, ML; Sharma, SB; Schoelz, JE; Vogel, J; Klessig, DF; Kunkel, BN
      Resistance to Pseudomonas syringae conferred by an Arabidopsis thaliana coronatine-insensitive (coi1) mutation occurs through two distinct mechanisms

      PLANT JOURNAL
    5. Yoshioka, K; Nakashita, H; Klessig, DF; Yamaguchi, I
      Probenazole induces systemic acquired resistance in Arabidopsis with a novel type of action

      PLANT JOURNAL
    6. Santos, R; Herouart, D; Sigaud, S; Touati, D; Puppo, A
      Oxidative burst in alfalfa-Sinorhizobium meliloti symbiotic interaction

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    7. Mitchell-Olds, T
      Arabidopsis thaliana and its wild relatives: a model system for ecology and evolution

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    8. Luo, JP; Jiang, ST; Pan, LJ
      Enhanced somatic embryogenesis by salicylic acid of Astragalus adsurgens Pall.: relationship with H2O2 production and H2O2-metabolizing enzyme activities

      PLANT SCIENCE
    9. Murillo, I; Jaeck, E; Cordero, MJ; Segundo, BS
      Transcriptional activation of a maize calcium-dependent protein kinase gene in response to fungal elicitors and infection

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Rao, MV; Davis, KR
      The physiology of ozone induced cell death

      PLANTA
    11. Desikan, R; Mackerness, SAH; Hancock, JT; Neill, SJ
      Regulation of the Arabidopsis transcriptome by oxidative stress

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Binet, MN; Humbert, C; Lecourieux, D; Vantard, M; Pugin, A
      Disruption of microtubular cytoskeleton induced by cryptogein, an elicitorof hypersensitive response in tobacco cells

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Bueno, P; Soto, MJ; Rodriguez-Rosales, MP; Sanjuan, J; Olivares, J; Donaire, JP
      Time-course of lipoxygenase, antioxidant enzyme activities and H2O2 accumulation during the early stages of Rhizobium-legume symbiosis

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    14. McDowell, JM; Cuzick, A; Can, C; Beynon, J; Dangl, JL; Holub, EB
      Downy mildew (Peronospora parasitica) resistance genes in Arabidopsis varyin functional requirements for NDR1, EDS1, NPR1 and salicylic acid accumulation

      PLANT JOURNAL
    15. Clark, D; Durner, J; Navarre, DA; Klessig, DF
      Nitric oxide inhibition of tobacco catalase and ascorbate peroxidase

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    16. Chen, H; Chen, F
      Effect of yeast elicitor on the secondary metabolism of Ti-transformed Salvia miltiorrhiza cell suspension cultures

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    17. Dat, JF; Lopez-Delgado, H; Foyer, CH; Scott, IM
      Effects of salicylic acid on oxidative stress and thermotolerance in tobacco

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Alvarez, ME
      Salicylic acid in the machinery of hypersensitive cell death and disease resistance

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Chen, CH; Chen, ZX
      Isolation and characterization of two pathogen- and salicylic acid-inducedgenes encoding WRKY DNA-binding proteins from tobacco

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Ayres, MP; Lombardero, MJ
      Assessing the consequences of global change for forest disturbance from herbivores and pathogens

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    21. Felix, G; Regenass, M; Boller, T
      Sensing of osmotic pressure changes in tomato cells

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    22. van der Luit, AH; Piatti, T; van Doorn, A; Musgrave, A; Felix, G; Boller, T; Munnik, T
      Elicitation of suspension-cultured tomato cells triggers the formation of phosphatidic acid and diacylglycerol pyrophosphate

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    23. De Ascensao, ARDCF; Dubery, IA
      Panama disease: Cell wall reinforcement in banana roots in response to elicitors from Fusarium oxysporum f. sp cubense race four

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    24. Zhou, N; Tootle, TL; Glazebrook, J
      Arabidopsis PAD3, a gene required for camalexin biosynthesis, encodes a putative cytochrome P450 monooxygenase

      PLANT CELL
    25. Tarchevsky, IA; Maksyutova, NN; Yakovleva, VG; Grechkin, AN
      Succinic acid is a mimetic of salicylic acid

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    26. Mhiri, C; De Wit, PJGM; Grandbastien, MA
      Activation of the promoter of the Tnt1 retrotransposon in tomato after inoculation with the fungal pathogen Cladosporium fulvum

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    27. McDonald, KL; Cahill, DM
      Evidence for a transmissible factor that causes rapid stomatal closure in soybean at sites adjacent to and remote from hypersensitive cell death induced by Phytophthora sojae

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    28. Kauss, H; Fauth, M; Merten, A; Jeblick, W
      Cucumber hypocotyls respond to cutin monomers via both an inducible and a constitutive H2O2-generating system

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Xie, ZX; Chen, ZX
      Salicylic acid induces rapid inhibition of mitochondrial electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation in tobacco cells

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    30. Allen, LJ; MacGregor, KB; Koop, RS; Bruce, DH; Karner, J; Bown, AW
      The relationship between photosynthesis and a mastoparan-induced hypersensitive response in isolated mesophyll cells

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    31. Katou, S; Senda, K; Yoshioka, H; Doke, N; Kawakita, K
      A 51 kDa protein kinase of potato activated with hyphal wall components from Phytophthora infestans

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    32. Pedras, MSC; Okanga, FI
      Strategies of cruciferous pathogenic fungi: Detoxification of the phytoalexin cyclobrassinin by mimicry

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    33. SANZ A; MORENO JI; CASTRESANA C
      PIOX, A NEW PATHOGEN-INDUCED OXYGENASE WITH HOMOLOGY TO ANIMAL CYCLOOXYGENASE

      The Plant cell
    34. XU HX; HEATH MC
      ROLE OF CALCIUM IN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION DURING THE HYPERSENSITIVE RESPONSE CAUSED BY BASIDIOSPORE-DERIVED INFECTION OF THE COWPEA RUST FUNGUS

      The Plant cell
    35. MITTLER R; FENG XQ; COHEN M
      POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL SUPPRESSION OF CYTOSOLIC ASCORBATE PEROXIDASE EXPRESSION DURING PATHOGEN-INDUCED PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH IN TOBACCO

      The Plant cell
    36. PARKER DM; KOLLER W
      CUTINASE AND OTHER LIPOLYTIC ESTERASES PROTECT BEAN-LEAVES FROM INFECTION BY RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    37. HE DY; YAZAKI Y; NISHIZAWA Y; TAKAI R; YAMADA K; SAKANO K; SHIBUYA N; MINAMI E
      GENE ACTIVATION BY CYTOPLASMIC ACIDIFICATION IN SUSPENSION-CULTURED RICE CELLS IN RESPONSE TO THE POTENT ELICITOR, N-ACETYLCHITOHEPTAOSE

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    38. REGLINSKI T; STAVELY FJL; TAYLOR JT
      INDUCTION OF PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA-LYASE ACTIVITY AND CONTROL OF SPHAEROPSIS-SAPINEA INFECTION IN PINUS-RADIATA BY 5-CHLOROSALICYLIC ACID

      European journal of forest pathology
    39. Guevara-Garcia, A; Lopez-Ochoa, L; Lopez-Bucio, J; Simpson, J; Herrera-Estrella, L
      A 42 bp fragment of the pmas1 ' promoter containing an ocs-like element confers a developmental, wound- and chemically inducible expression pattern

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    40. Van Gestelen, P; Ledeganck, P; Wynant, I; Caubergs, RJ; Asard, H
      The cantharidin-induced oxidative burst in tobacco BY-2 cell suspension cultures

      PROTOPLASMA
    41. HAMEL F; BRETON C; HOUDE M
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF WHEAT ALUMINUM-REGULATED GENES - POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF ALUMINUM AS A PATHOGENESIS RESPONSE ELICITOR

      Planta
    42. DAT JF; LOPEZDELGADO H; FOYER CH; SCOTT IM
      PARALLEL CHANGES IN H2O2 AND CATALASE DURING THERMOTOLERANCE INDUCED BY SALICYLIC-ACID OR HEAT ACCLIMATION IN MUSTARD SEEDLINGS

      Plant physiology
    43. KAWANO T; SAHASHI N; TAKAHASHI K; UOZUMI N; MUTO S
      SALICYLIC-ACID INDUCES EXTRACELLULAR-SUPEROXIDE GENERATION FOLLOWED BY AN INCREASE IN CYTOSOLIC CALCIUM-ION IN TOBACCO SUSPENSION-CULTURE -THE EARLIEST EVENTS IN SALICYLIC-ACID SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    44. GUO ZJ; LAMB C; DIXON RA
      A SERINE-PROTEASE FROM SUSPENSION-CULTURED SOYBEAN CELLS

      Phytochemistry
    45. ANDERSON MD; CHEN ZX; KLESSIG DF
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF LIPID-PEROXIDATION IN SALICYLIC ACID-MEDIATEDINDUCTION OF PR-1 GENE-EXPRESSION

      Phytochemistry
    46. YU IC; PARKER J; BENT AF
      GENE-FOR-GENE DISEASE RESISTANCE WITHOUT THE HYPERSENSITIVE RESPONSE IN ARABIDOPSIS DND1 MUTANT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    47. VOLKO SM; BOLLER T; AUSUBEL FM
      ISOLATION OF NEW ARABIDOPSIS MUTANTS WITH ENHANCED DISEASE SUSCEPTIBILITY TO PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE BY DIRECT SCREENING

      Genetics
    48. ALLAN AC; FLUHR R
      2 DISTINCT SOURCES OF ELICITED REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN TOBACCO EPIDERMAL-CELLS

      The Plant cell
    49. MCCLUNG CR
      REGULATION OF CATALASES IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Free radical biology & medicine
    50. MHIRI C; MOREL JB; VERNHETTES S; CASACUBERTA JM; LUCAS H; GRANDBASTIEN MA
      THE PROMOTER OF THE TOBACCO TNT1 RETROTRANSPOSON IS INDUCED BY WOUNDING AND BY ABIOTIC STRESS

      Plant molecular biology
    51. STICHER L; MAUCHMANI B; METRAUX JP
      SYSTEMIC ACQUIRED-RESISTANCE

      Annual review of phytopathology
    52. YU DQ; LIU YD; FAN BF; KLESSIG DF; CHEN ZX
      IS THE HIGH BASAL LEVEL OF SALICYLIC-ACID IMPORTANT FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE IN POTATO

      Plant physiology
    53. RAO MV; PALIYATH C; ORMROD DP; MURR DP; WATKINS CB
      INFLUENCE OF SALICYLIC-ACID ON H2O2 PRODUCTION, OXIDATIVE STRESS, ANDH2O2-METABOLIZING ENZYMES - SALICYLIC ACID-MEDIATED OXIDATIVE DAMAGE REQUIRES H2O2

      Plant physiology
    54. FODOR J; GULLNER G; ADAM AL; BARNA B; KOMIVES T; KIRALY Z
      LOCAL AND SYSTEMIC RESPONSES OF ANTIOXIDANTS TO TOBACCO MOSAIC-VIRUS INFECTION AND TO SALICYLIC-ACID IN TOBACCO - ROLE IN SYSTEMIC ACQUIRED-RESISTANCE

      Plant physiology
    55. CHEN ZX; IYER S; CAPLAN A; KLESSIG DF; FAN BF
      DIFFERENTIAL ACCUMULATION OF SALICYLIC-ACID AND SALICYLIC ACID-SENSITIVE CATALASE IN DIFFERENT RICE TISSUES

      Plant physiology
    56. REGLINSKI T; POOLE PR; WHITAKER G; HOYTE SM
      INDUCED RESISTANCE AGAINST SCLEROTINIA-SCLEROTIORUM IN KIWIFRUIT LEAVES

      Plant Pathology
    57. KVARATSKHELIA M; GEORGE SJ; THORNELEY RNF
      SALICYLIC-ACID IS A REDUCING SUBSTRATE AND NOT AN EFFECTIVE INHIBITOROF ASCORBATE PEROXIDASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    58. PAVLOVA ZN; LOSKUTOVA NA; VNUCHKOVA VA; MUROMTSEV GS; USOV AI; SHIBAEV VN
      XYLOGLUCAN OLIGOSACCHARINS AS ELICITORS OF PLANT DEFENSE RESPONSES

      Russian journal of plant physiology
    59. CACHINERO JM; CABELLO F; JORRIN J; TENA M
      INDUCTION OF DIFFERENT CHITINASE AND BETA-1,3-GLUCANASE ISOENZYMES INSUNFLOWER (HELIANTHUS-ANNUUS L) SEEDLINGS IN RESPONSE TO INFECTION BYPLASMOPARA-HALSTEDII

      European journal of plant pathology
    60. MALAMY J; SANCHEZCASAS P; HENNIG J; GUO AL; KLESSIG DF
      DISSECTION OF THE SALICYLIC-ACID SIGNALING PATHWAY IN TOBACCO

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    61. NUSS L; MAHE A; CLARK AJ; GRISVARD J; DRON M; CERVONE F; DELORENZO G
      DIFFERENTIAL ACCUMULATION OF PGIP (POLYGALACTURONASE-INHIBITING PROTEIN) MESSENGER-RNA IN 2 NEAR-ISOGENIC LINES OF PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L UPON INFECTION WITH COLLETOTRICHUM-LINDEMUTHIANUM

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    62. YANG YO; KLESSIG DF
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS-INDUCIBLE MYB ONCOGENE HOMOLOG FROM TOBACCO

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    63. ALGHISI P; FAVARON F
      PECTIN-DEGRADING ENZYMES AND PLANT-PARASITE INTERACTIONS

      European journal of plant pathology
    64. ALARCON JJ; MALONE M
      THE INFLUENCE OF PLANT-AGE ON WOUND INDUCTION OF PROTEINASE-INHIBITORS IN TOMATO

      Physiologia Plantarum
    65. HAMMONDKOSACK KE; JONES JDG
      PLANT-DISEASE RESISTANCE GENES - UNRAVELING HOW THEY WORK

      Canadian journal of botany


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