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Abstract

Plants and animals sense conserved microbial signatures through receptors localized to the plasma membrane and cytoplasm. These receptors typically carry or associate with non-arginine-aspartate (non-RD) kinases that initiate complex signaling networks cumulating in robust defense responses. In plants, coregulatory receptor kinases have been identified that not only are critical for the innate immune response but also serve an essential function in other regulatory signaling pathways.

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Plant Innate Immunity: Perception of Conserved Microbial Signatures
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2012-06-02
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Listen to article co-author Pamela Ronald discuss this article with Anna Rascou√ęt-Paz. She discusses the role of receptors in plant immune systems, how they react to bacterial quorum sensing, and how she and her team found a way to make rice more resistant to diseases and flooding. She also talks about the importance for farmers to adopt a thoughtful, integrated approach to controlling pests and diseases, using a variety of appropriate technologies.

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