publication . Article . Other literature type . 1999

Salicylic acid-independent plant defence pathways

Corné M. J. Pieterse; Leendert C. van Loon;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Feb 1999
  • Country: Netherlands
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, some of which are independent of salicylic acid. Evidence is emerging that jasmonic acid and ethylene play key roles in these salicylic acid-independent pathways. Cross-talk between the salicylic acid-dependent and the salicylic acid-independent pathways provides great regulatory potential for activating multiple resistance mechanisms in varying combinations.
free text keywords: Plant biology (Botany), Life sciences, Biologie/Milieukunde (BIOL), Taverne, International, Plant Science, Biochemistry, Signal transduction, Biology, Wound response, Systemic acquired resistance, Jasmonic acid, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Salicylic acid, Plant disease resistance, Plant biology
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