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item Klessig, D - RUTGERS UNIV
item Durner, J - RUTGERS UNIV
item Navarre, Duroy
item Kumar, D - RUTGERS UNIV
item Shah, J - RUTGERS UNIV
item Zhou, J - RUTGERS UNIV
item Zhang, S - RUTGERS UNIV
item Wendehenne, D - RUTGERS UNIV
item Kachroo, P - RUTGERS UNIV
item Silva, H - RUTGERS UNIV

Submitted to: Signal Transduction in Plants Current Advances
Publication Type: Book / Chapter
Publication Acceptance Date: February 1, 2002
Publication Date: October 1, 2002
Citation: Klessig, D.F., Durner, J., Navarre, D.A., Kumar, D., Shah, J., Zhou, J.M., Zhang, S., Wendehenne, D., Kachroo, P., Silva, H, Yoshioka, K., Trifa, Y., Pontier, D., Lam, E., Chen, Z., Anderson, M., Du, H. 2002. Salicylic acid- and nitric oxide-mediated signal transduction in disease resistance. In: Signal Transduction in Plants: Current Advances. Edited by S.K.Sopory, R. Oelmuller, and S.C. Maheshwari. Kluwer Academic Plenum Publishers, The Netherlands. pp. 201-207.

Technical Abstract: Current advances in plant defense signaling is discussed, with emphasis on the role of nitric oxide and salicylic acid in the development of disease resistance. Nitric Oxide has recently been shown to have an important role in plant disease resistance. We show an increase in NOS-like activity in TMV challenged resistance, but not susceptible tobacco. Aconitase has been identified as one target of NO in plants, with both cytosolic and mitochondrial forms being inhibited by low levels of NO.

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