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    1. Thimmapuram, J; Ko, TS; Korban, SS
      Characterization and expression of beta-1,3-glucanase genes in peach

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
    2. Kamoun, S
      Nonhost resistance to Phytophthora: novel prospects for a classical problem

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    3. Rusterucci, C; Aviv, DH; Holt, BF; Dangl, JL; Parker, JE
      The disease resistance signaling components EDS1 and PAD4 are essential regulators of the cell death pathway controlled by LSD1 in arabidopsis

      PLANT CELL
    4. Kim, S; Ahn, IP; Park, CH; Park, SG; Park, SY; Jwa, NS; Lee, YH
      Molecular characterization of the cDNA encoding an acidic isoform of PR-1 protein in rice

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    5. He, CY; Wu, XL; Yang, DF; Du, BX; Zhang, JS; Chen, SY
      Isolation and characterization of a new defense gene from soybean

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    6. Ichinose, Y; Andi, S; Doi, R; Tanaka, R; Taguchi, F; Sasabe, M; Toyoda, K; Shiraishi, T; Yamada, T
      Generation of hydrogen peroxide is not required for harpin-induced apoptotic cell death in tobacco BY-2 cell suspension culture

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Clarke, JD; Aarts, N; Feys, BJ; Dong, XN; Parker, JE
      Constitutive disease resistance requires EDS1 in the Arabidopsis mutants cpr1 and cpr6 and is partially EDS1-dependent in cpr5

      PLANT JOURNAL
    8. Kombrink, E; Schmelzer, E
      The hypersensitive response and its role in local and systemic disease resistance

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    9. Wilson, RA; Gardner, HW; Keller, NP
      Cultivar-dependent expression of a maize lipoxygenase responsive to seed infesting fungi

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    10. Ji, LH; Ding, SW
      The suppressor of transgene RNA silencing encoded by Cucumber mosaic virusinterferes with salicylic acid-mediated virus resistance

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    11. Rakwal, R; Agrawal, GK; Agrawal, VP
      Jasmonate, salicylate, protein phosphatase 2A inhibitors and kinetin up-regulate OsPR5 expression in cut-responsive rice (Oryza sativa)

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Zimmerli, L; Metraux, JP; Mauch-Mani, B
      beta-aminobutyric acid-induced protection of Arabidopsis against the necrotrophic fungus Botrytis cinerea

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Brader, G; Tas, E; Palva, ET
      Jasmonate-dependent induction of indole glucosinolates in Arabidopsis by culture filtrates of the nonspecific pathogen Erwinia carotovora

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Kupper, FC; Kloareg, B; Guern, J; Potin, P
      Oligoguluronates elicit an oxidative burst in the brown algal kelp Laminaria digitata

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Andi, S; Taguchi, F; Toyoda, K; Shiraishi, T; Ichinose, Y
      Effect of methyl jasmonate on harpin-induced hypersensitive cell heath, generation of hydrogen peroxide and expression of PAL mRNA in tobacco suspension cultured BY-2 cells

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Ponath, Y; Vollberg, H; Hahlbrock, K; Kombrink, E
      Two differentially regulated class II chitinases from parsley

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Tarchevsky, IA
      Elicitor-induced signaling pathways and their interaction

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Brading, PA; Hammond-Kosack, KE; Parr, A; Jones, JDG
      Salicylic acid is not required for Cf-2- and Cf-9-dependent resistance of tomato to Cladosporium fulvum

      PLANT JOURNAL
    19. Walling, LL
      The myriad plant responses to herbivores

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    20. Rao, MV; Koch, JR; Davis, KR
      Ozone: a tool for probing programmed cell death in plants

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. Burow, GB; Gardner, HW; Keller, NP
      A peanut seed lipoxygenase responsive to Aspergillus colonization

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    22. Fellbrich, G; Blume, B; Brunner, F; Hirt, H; Kroj, T; Ligterink, W; Romanski, A; Nurnberger, T
      Phytophthora parasitica elicitor-induced reactions in cells of Petroselinum crispum

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Zimmermann, S; Ehrhardt, T; Plesch, G; Muller-Rober, B
      Ion channels in plant signaling

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    24. Rao, MV; Davis, KR
      Ozone-induced cell death occurs via two distinct mechanisms in Arabidopsis: the role of salicylic acid

      PLANT JOURNAL
    25. McLusky, SR; Bennett, MH; Beale, MH; Lewis, MJ; Gaskin, P; Mansfield, JW
      Cell wall alterations and localized accumulation of feruloyl-3 '-methoxytyramine in onion epidermis at sites of attempted penetration by Botrytis allii are associated with actin polarisation, peroxidase activity and suppression of flavonoid biosynthesis

      PLANT JOURNAL
    26. Messner, B; Schroder, P
      Burst amplifying system in cell suspension cultures of spruce (Picea abiesL-Karst.): Modulation of elicitor-induced release of hydrogen peroxide (oxidative burst) by ionophores and salicylic acid

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED BOTANY-ANGEWANDTE BOTANIK
    27. Mazeyrat, F; Mouzeyar, S; Courbou, I; Badaoui, S; Roeckel-Drevet, P; de Labrouhe, DT; Ledoigt, G
      Accumulation of defense related transcripts in sunflower hypocotyls (Helianthus annuus L.) infected with Plasmopara halstedii

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    28. Dempsey, DA; Shah, J; Klessig, DF
      Salicylic acid and disease resistance in plants

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN PLANT SCIENCES
    29. Brill, EM; Abrahams, S; Hayes, CM; Jenkins, CLD; Watson, JM
      Molecular characterisation and expression of a wound-inducible cDNA encoding a novel cinnamyl-alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme in lucerne (Medicago sativa L.)

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    30. Yoshioka, H; Yamada, N; Doke, N
      CDNA cloning of sesquiterpene cyclase and squalene synthase, and expression of the genes in potato tuber infected with Phytophthora infestans

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    31. Seki, H; Nagasugi, Y; Ichinose, Y; Shiraishi, T; Yamada, T
      Changes in in vivo DNA-protein interactions in pea phenylalanine ammonia-lyase and chalcone synthase gene promoter induced by fungal signal molecules

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    32. Wang, GL; Leung, H
      Molecular biology of host-pathogen interactions in rice diseases

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF RICE
    33. SCHEEL D
      RESISTANCE RESPONSE PHYSIOLOGY AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    34. TENHAKEN R; RUBEL C
      INDUCTION OF ALKALINIZATION AND AN OXIDATIVE BURST BY LOW-DOSES OF CYCLOHEXIMIDE IN SOYBEAN CELLS

      Planta
    35. LAPOUS D; MATHIEU Y; GUERN J; LAURIERE C
      INCREASE OF DEFENSE GENE TRANSCRIPTS BY CYTOPLASMIC ACIDIFICATION IN TOBACCO CELL-SUSPENSIONS

      Planta
    36. BOHLMANN J; CROCK J; JETTER R; CROTEAU R
      TERPENOID-BASED DEFENSES IN CONIFERS - CDNA CLONING, CHARACTERIZATION, AND FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF WOUND-INDUCIBLE (E)-ALPHA-BISABOLENE SYNTHASE FROM GRAND FIR (ABIES GRANDIS)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    37. PASCUZZI P; HAMILTON D; BODILY K; ARIAS J
      AUXIN-INDUCED STRESS POTENTIATES TRANSACTIVATION BY A CONSERVED PLANTBASIC LEUCINE-ZIPPER FACTOR/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    38. GODIARD L; SAUVIAC L; DALBIN N; LIAUBET L; CALLARD D; CZERNIC P; MARCO Y
      CYP76C2, AN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA CYTOCHROME-P450 GENE EXPRESSED DURING HYPERSENSITIVE AND DEVELOPMENTAL CELL-DEATH

      FEBS letters
    39. FAKTOR O; LOAKE G; DIXON RA; LAMB CJ
      THE G-BOX AND H-BOX IN A 39 BP REGION OF A FRENCH BEAN CHALCONE SYNTHASE PROMOTER CONSTITUTE A TISSUE-SPECIFIC REGULATORY ELEMENT

      Plant journal
    40. FAKTOR O; KOOTER JM; LOAKE GJ; DIXONE RA; LAMB CJ
      DIFFERENTIAL UTILIZATION OF REGULATORY CIS-ELEMENTS FOR STRESS-INDUCED AND TISSUE-SPECIFIC ACTIVITY OF A FRENCH BEAN CHALCONE SYNTHASE PROMOTER

      PLANT SCIENCE
    41. BRADY JD; FRY SC
      FORMATION OF DI-ISODITYROSINE AND LOSS OF ISODITYROSINE IN THE CELL-WALLS OF TOMATO CELL-SUSPENSION CULTURES TREATED WITH FUNGAL ELICITORS OR H2O2

      Plant physiology
    42. KAWAMATA S; SHIMOHARAI K; IMURA Y; OZAKI M; ICHINOSE Y; SHIRAISHI T; KUNOH H; YAMADA T
      TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PATTERN OF EXPRESSION OF THE PEA PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA-LYASE GENE1 PROMOTER IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    43. MURAKAMI Y; ICHINOSE Y; SHIRAISHI T; YAMADA T
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE PUTATIVE CIS-ELEMENTS INVOLVED IN ACTIVATION BY ELICITOR OR UV AND DEACTIVATION BY SUPPRESSOR IN THE PROMOTER OFA PEA GENE FOR PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA-LYASE (PSPAL1)

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    44. GAGNON H; IBRAHIM RK
      EFFECTS OF VARIOUS ELICITORS ON THE ACCUMULATION AND SECRETION OF ISOFLAVONOIDS IN WHITE LUPIN

      Phytochemistry
    45. HEATH MC; NIMCHUK ZL; XU HX
      PLANT NUCLEAR MIGRATIONS AS INDICATORS OF CRITICAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN RESISTANT OR SUSCEPTIBLE COWPEA EPIDERMAL-CELLS AND INVASION HYPHAEOF THE COWPEA RUST FUNGUS

      New phytologist
    46. HANSEN G; VAUBERT D; CLEROT D; BREVET J
      WOUND-INDUCIBLE AND ORGAN-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF ORF13 FROM AGROBACTERIUM-RHIZOGENES-8196 T-DNA IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO PLANTS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    47. STRITTMATTER G; GHEYSEN G; GIANINAZZIPEARSON V; HAHN K; NIEBEL A; ROHDE W; TACKE E
      INFECTIONS WITH VARIOUS TYPES OF ORGANISMS STIMULATE TRANSCRIPTION FROM A SHORT PROMOTER FRAGMENT OF THE POTATO GST1 GENE

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    48. XU Y; ZHU Q; PANBANGRED W; SHIRASU K; LAMB C
      REGULATION, EXPRESSION AND FUNCTION OF A NEW BASIC CHITINASE GENE IN RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA L)

      Plant molecular biology
    49. HOTTER GS; KOOTER J; DUBERY IA; LAMB CJ; DIXON RA; HARRISON MJ
      CIS-ELEMENTS AND POTENTIAL TRANS-ACTING FACTORS FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALREGULATION OF THE PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS CHS15 PROMOTER

      Plant molecular biology
    50. LEE D; ELLARD M; WANNER LA; DAVIS KR; DOUGLAS CJ
      THE ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA 4-COUMARATE-COA LIGASE (4CL) GENE - STRESS AND DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED EXPRESSION AND NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF ITSCDNA

      Plant molecular biology
    51. MURFETT J; EBERT PR; HARING V; CLARKE AE
      AN S-RNASE PROMOTER FROM NICOTIANA-ALATA FUNCTIONS IN TRANSGENIC N-ALATA PLANTS BUT NOT NICOTIANA-TABACUM

      Plant molecular biology
    52. KATO H; WADA M; MURAYA K; MALIK K; SHIRAISHI T; ICHINOSE Y; YAMADA T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF NUCLEAR FACTORS FOR ELICITOR-MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF THE PROMOTER OF THE PEA PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA-LYASE GENE

      Plant physiology
    53. NURNBERGER T; NENNSTIEL D; HAHLBROCK K; SCHEEL D
      COVALENT CROSS-LINKING OF THE PHYTOPHTHORA-MEGASPERMA OLIGOPEPTIDE ELICITOR TO ITS RECEPTOR IN PARSLEY MEMBRANES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    54. ASHFIELD T; HAMMONDKOSACK KE; HARRISON K; JONES JDG
      CF GENE-DEPENDENT INDUCTION OF A BETA-1,3-GLUCANASE PROMOTER IN TOMATO PLANTS INFECTED WITH CLADOSPORIUM-FULVUM

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    55. CLARKE HRG; DAVIS JM; WILBERT SM; BRADSHAW HD; GORDON MP
      WOUND-INDUCED AND DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVATION OF A POPLAR TREE CHITINASEGENE PROMOTER IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO

      Plant molecular biology
    56. KOCH C; NOGA G; STRITTMATTER G
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON-TRANSPORT IS DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTED DURING EARLY STAGES OF CULTIVAR RACE-SPECIFIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN POTATO AND PHYTOPHTHORA-INFESTANS/

      Planta
    57. YAMADA T; SRIPRASERTSAK P; KATO H; HASHIMOTO T; SHIMIZU H; SHIRAISHI T
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE PROMOTERS OF PHENYLALANINE AMMONIA-LYASE GENES IN PEA

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    58. GOLDSBROUGH AP; ALBRECHT H; STRATFORD R
      SALICYLIC ACID-INDUCIBLE BINDING OF A TOBACCO NUCLEAR-PROTEIN TO A 10-BP SEQUENCE WHICH IS HIGHLY CONSERVED AMONGST STRESS-INDUCIBLE GENES

      Plant journal


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