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Display the word mapDisplay the reaction diagram Show all sequences 1.13.11.92physiological function 2-hydroxylinolenic acid, produced by attack-activated alpha-DOX1 activity, participates in defense activation during insect feeding. Attack by Manduca sexta larvae amplifies 2-hydroxylinolenic acid formation at the feeding sites. Manduca sexta larvae perform better on alpha-Dox1-silenced plants than on wildtype plants. Repeated applications of 2-hydroxylinolenic acid to wounds before insect feeding partly amplifies jasmonic acid-controlled defenses and restores the resistance of alpha-Dox1-silenced plants 762020
Display the word mapDisplay the reaction diagram Show all sequences 1.13.11.92physiological function alpha-dioxygenase-generated 2-hydroxylinolenic acid, and to a lesser extent lipoxygenase-generated 9-hydroxyoctadecatrienoic acid, exert a tissue-protective effect in bacterially infected tobacco leaves. In transgenic tobacco plants overexpressing alpha-dioxygenase, incompatible infection of leads to a dramatic elevation of 2-hydroxylinolenic acid and 8,11,14-heptadecatrienoic acid, whereas the levels of lipoxygenase products are strongly decreased 761434
Display the word mapDisplay the reaction diagram Show all sequences 1.13.11.92physiological function alpha-DOX1 gene contributes to defense responses against aphids. Green peach aphid population growth on an alpha-DOX1 T-DNA insertion lines is approximately 25% higher as compared with corresponding wild-type 761939
Display the word mapDisplay the reaction diagram Show all sequences 1.13.11.92physiological function down-regulation of alphaDOX enhances susceptibility to bacterial pathogens and suppresses the hypersensitive response via the suppression of pathogenesis-related genes such as PR4, proteinase inhibitor II and lipid transfer protein PR14. alpha-DOX-silenced pepper plants also exhibit more retarded growth with lower epidermal cell numbers and reduced cell wall thickness than control plants 762152
Display the word mapDisplay the reaction diagram Show all sequences 1.13.11.92physiological function transgenic plants with altered levels of alpha-DOX1 react like wild-type plants to a compatible pathogen. Plants with reduced activity develop a more rapid and severe necrotic response than wild-type plants to incompatible bacteria and paraquat treatment, respectively, and a milder response when alpha-DOX1 is overproduced 762139
Display the word mapDisplay the reaction diagram Show all sequences 1.13.11.92physiological function virus-induced gene silencing of isoform alpha-DOX1 enhances aphid Macrosiphum euphorbiae population growth in wild-type plants. An even higher enhancement in aphid numbers occurs when alpha-DOX1 is silenced in spr2, a mutant line characterized by elevated linoleic acid levels, decreased linolenic acid levels, and enhanced aphid resistance as compared with wild-type 761939
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