s. N. Shamrai

s. N. Shamrai
V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University · Department of Mycology and Plant Resistance

Doctor of Philosophy

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У рослин відсутні спеціалізовані мобільні імунні клітини. Натомість кожна рослинна клітина може розпізнати атаку патогенів та активувати ефективну імунну відповідь. Захист від патогенних мікроорганізмів і шкідників ґрунту-ється на системі виявлення ознак небезпеки. Джерелом сигналів небезпеки можуть бути патоген, або сама рослина-хазяїн. Вроджена і...
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Plants lack specialized mobile immune cells. Instead of this, each plant cell can recognize an attack of a pathogen and activate an effective immune response. Protection against pathogenic microorganisms is based on a plant’s system of identifying danger signs. The danger signals may come from a pathogen or from a host plant itself. The innate immu...
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Plants have an efficient system of innate immunity which is based on the effective detection of potentially harmful microorganisms and rapid induction of defense responses. The first level of plant immunity is the basal immunity which is induced by the conserved molecular structures of microbes such as bacterial flagellins or fungal chitin, or mole...
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Plants have an efficient system of innate immunity that is based on the effective detection of potentially harmful microorganisms and rapid induction of defense responses. The first level of plant immunity is basal immunity, which is induced by the conserved molecular structures of microbes, such as bacterial flagellins or fungal chitin, or molecul...
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Remarkable progress is achieved now in comprehension of mechanisms that determine functioning of genes responsible for plants' phytopathogenic resistance (genes R). Cloning of great number of Monocotyledones and Dicotyledones resistance genes show that most of proteins coded by these genes have conserved amino-acid motives, which show high homology...
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Remarkable progress is achieved now in comprehension of mechanisms that determine functioning of genes responsible for plants' phytopathogenic resistance (genes R). Cloning of great number of Monocotyledones and Dicotyledones resistance genes show that most of proteins coded by these genes have conserved amino-acid motives, which show high homology...