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Use of HRMA Proteins and Their Genes for Broad Range Protection of Plants Against Bacterial, Fungal and Viral Pathogens
Kentucky Tobacco Research and Development Center Faculty Patents
  • Qingshun Li, University of Kentucky
  • Songhai Shen, University of Kentucky
  • Arthur G. Hunt, University of Kentucky
US Patent Number
6342654
Publication Date
1-29-2002
Disciplines
Abstract
The use of an avr gene hrmA to induce systematic acquired resistance in plant cells, plant seeds, plant tissues and plants is disclosed. Also disclosed is the use of low level expression of promoters in combination with the hrmA gene to provide broad-spectrum pathogen resistance in plant cells, plant seeds, plant tissues and plants.
Assignees
University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington, KY (US)
Application Number
09/444,412
Filing Date
11/22/1999
Citation Information
Qingshun Li, Songhai Shen and Arthur G. Hunt. "Use of HRMA Proteins and Their Genes for Broad Range Protection of Plants Against Bacterial, Fungal and Viral Pathogens" (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/arthur_hunt/13/