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ExoRNAi exposes contrasting roles for sugar exudation in host-finding by plant pathogens

bioRxiv

Feb 20, 2015

Neil D. WarnockJohnathan J. Dalzell

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Plant parasitic nematodes (PPN) locate host plants by following concentration gradients of root exudate chemicals in the soil. We present a simple method for RNAi-induced knockdown of genes in tomato seedling roots, facilitating the study of root exudate composition, and PPN responses. ...read more

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  • ExoRNAi exposes contrasting roles for sugar exudation in host-finding by plant pathogens

    bioRxiv

    Feb 20, 2015

    Neil D. WarnockJohnathan J. Dalzell

    PMID: 990015545

    DOI: 10.1101/015545

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    Plant parasitic nematodes (PPN) locate host plants by following concentration gradients of root exudate chemicals in the soil. We present a simple method for RNAi-induced knockdown of genes in tomato seedling roots, facilitating the study of root exudate composition, and PPN responses. ...read more

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