Ethylene signaling renders the jasmonate response of Arabidopsis insensitive to future suppression by salicylic acid

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Leon Reyes, H.A.; Du, Y.; Koornneef, A.; Proietti, S.; Körbes, A.P.; Memelink, J.; Pieterse, C.M.J.; Ritsema, T.;
  • Subject: plant defense | cross talk | salicylic acid | ethylene | plant immunity | jasmonic acid

Cross-talk between jasmonate (JA), ethylene (ET), and Salicylic acid (SA) signaling is thought to operate as a mechanism to fine-tune induced defenses that are activated in response to multiple attackers. Here, 43 Arabidopsis genotypes impaired in hormone signaling or d... View more
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