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- PublicationMétadonnées seulementThe genetic basis of resistance of Arabidopsis thaliana L. Heyhn. to Peronospora parasitica(: APS Press, 1993)
; ;Croft, K. P. C. ;Slusarenko, Alan J. ;Davis, K.R.Hammerschmidt, R.
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementAn Arabidopsis homeodomain transcription factor, OVEREXPRESSOR OF CATIONIC PEROXIDASE 3, mediates resistance to infection by necrotrophic pathogens(2005)
;Coego, Alberto ;Ramirez, Vicente ;Gil, Ma José ; ;Vera, Pablo
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementExpression profile matrix of Arabidopsis transcription factor genes suggests their putative functions in response to environmental stresses(2002)
;Chen, Wenqiong ;Provart, Nicholas J. ;Glazebrook, Jane ;Katagiri, Fumiaki ;Chang, Hur-Song ;Eulgem, Thomas ;Mauch, Felix ;Luan, Sheng ;Zou, Guangzhou ;Whitham, Steve A. ;Budworth, P. R. ;Tao, Y. ;Xie, Z. ;Chen, X. I. ;Lam, J. ;Kreps, A. ;Harper, J. F. ;Si-Ammour, Azeddine ; ;Heinlein, M. ;Kobayashi, K. S. ;Hohn, T. ;Dangl, J. L. ;Wang, X.Zhu, T.
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementThe xenobiotic beta-aminobutyric acid enhances Arabidopsis thermotolerance(2008)
;Zimmerli, Laurent ;Hou, Bi-Huei ;Tsai, Chia-Hong ;Jakab, Gabor ;Somerville, Shauna
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementPlant responses to silmultaneous biotic and abiotic stress: molecular mechanisms(2014)
;Ben Rejeb, I. ;Pastor, Victoria
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementFungal infection reduces herbivore-induced plant volatiles of maize but does not affect naive parasitoids(2006)
;Rostas, Michael ;Ton, Jurriaan ;Plants attacked by insects release volatile compounds that attract the herbivores' natural enemies. This so-called indirect defense is plastic and may be affected by an array of biotic and abiotic factors. We investigated the effect of fungal infection as a biotic stress agent on the emission of herbivore-induced volatiles and the possible consequences for the attraction of two parasitoid species. Maize seedlings that were simultaneously attacked by the fungus Setosphaeria turcica and larvae of Spodoptera littoralis emitted a blend of volatiles that was qualitatively similar to the blend emitted by maize that was damaged by only the herbivore, but there was a clear quantitative difference. When simultaneously challenged by fungus and herbivore, the maize plants emitted in total 47% less of the volatiles. Emissions of green leaf volatiles were unaffected. In a six-arm olfactometer, the parasitoids Cotesia marginiventris and Microplitis rufiventris responded equally well to odors of herbivore-damaged and fungus- and herbivore-damaged maize plants. Healthy and fungus-infected plants were not attractive. An additional experiment showed that the performance of S. littoralis caterpillars was not affected by the presence of the pathogen, nor was there an effect on larvae of M. rufiventris developing inside the caterpillars. Our results confirm previous indications that naive wasps may respond primarily to the green leaf volatiles.
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- PublicationMétadonnées seulementMapping of the major resistance gene RPP11 against downy mildew in Arabidopsis thaliana(1996)
;Joos, H. J. ;Slusarenko, A.
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementDowny mildew of Arabidopsis thaliana caused by Peronospora parasitica: A model system for the investigation of the molecular biology of host-parasite interactions.(: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991)
;Slusarenko, Alan J. ; ;Hennecke, H.Verma, D.P.S.
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementDescendants of primed Arabidopsis plants exhibit resistance to biotic stress(2012)
;Slaughter, Ana ;Daniel, Xavier ; ;Luna, Estrella ;Hohn, Barbara