Salicylic acid-independent plant defence pathways

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Pieterse, C.M.J.; Loon, L.C. van;
(1999)

Salicylic acid is an important signalling molecule involved in both locally and systemically induced disease resistance responses. Recent advances in our understanding of plant defence signalling have revealed that plants employ a network of signal transduction pathways... View more
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