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Application of RNA silencing to plant disease resistance

Author(s): Duan Cheng-Guo | Wang Chun-Han | Guo Hui-Shan

Journal: Silence
ISSN 1758-907X

Volume: 3;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 5;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: RNA silencing | Resistance | Virus | Viroid | PTGS | TGS | HIGS

Abstract To reduce the losses caused by plant pathogens, plant biologists have adopted numerous methods to engineer resistant plants. Among them, RNA silencing-based resistance has been a powerful tool that has been used to engineer resistant crops during the last two decades. Based on this mechanism, diverse approaches were developed. In this review, we focus on the application of RNA silencing to produce plants that are resistant to plant viruses such as RNA and DNA viruses, viroids, insects, and the recent expansion to fungal pathogens.
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