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Signalling Crosstalk of Plant Defence Responses to Xyleminvading Pathogens
Abiotic and Biotic Stress in Plants - Recent Advances and Future Perspectives
Xylem is a plant vascular tissue that transports water and dissolved minerals from the roots to the rest of the plant. It consists of specialized water-conducting tracheary elements, supporting fibre cells and storage parenchyma cells. Certain plant pathogenic fungi, oomycetes and bacteria have evolved strategies to invade xylem vessels and cause highly destructive vascular wilt diseases that affect the crop production and forest ecosystems worldwide. In this chapter, we consider the moleculardoi:10.5772/61955 fatcat:ybhwhnhfxvfmbe6lbmuwgzohpi