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Functional Analysis of Calmodulin Binding Protein 60s in Disease Resistance Responses in Rice (Oryza Sativa L.)
BackgroundOccurrence and prevention of diseases have a big impact on sustainability of staple food crop like rice. The crosstalk between phytohormones and secondary messengers in host cell during infestation of pathogens play a pivotal role in defence responses. Apart from SA and JA, the role of brassinosteroids (BR) in defence responses in plants is unprecedented. The calcium signatures observed during early infection process modulates the expression of calmodulin and other Ca2+ bindingdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-151106/v1 fatcat:cbncrgqhnbhrjllmwq6otyeo4u