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NLRMutations Suppressing Immune Hybrid Incompatibility and Their Effects on Disease Resistance
Genetic divergence between populations can lead to reproductive isolation. Hybrid incompatibilities (HI) represent intermediate points along a continuum toward speciation. In plants, genetic variation in disease resistance (R) genes underlies several cases of HI. The progeny of a cross between Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) accessions Landsberg erecta (Ler, Poland) and Kashmir2 (Kas2, central Asia) exhibits immune-related HI. This incompatibility is due to a genetic interaction between adoi:10.1104/pp.18.00462 pmid:29794019 fatcat:6w4msx3i75e65eifcqfz2nuiyu