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Differential regulation of a glucosyl transferase gene during defence responses in tobacco

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  • Michael Roberts
  • Simon A. J. Warner
  • Robert Darby
  • Eng-Kiat Lim
  • John Draper
  • Dianna J. Bowles
Journal publication date03/1999
JournalJournal of Experimental Botany
Journal number332
Volume50
Number of pages4
Pages407-410
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

The regulation of a glucosyl transferase homologue which is rapidly induced during defence responses in tobacco was investigated. Expression of the gene is induced in response to wounding and during a hypersensitive response to TMV, but regulation differs in these two responses.