| Categories genes  | Tags resistance  seedling  seed  defense  defense response  disease  disease resistance  cellulose  cell wall  quality  reactive oxygen species 
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    • Overexpression of OsPGIP2 confers Sclerotinia sclerotiorum resistance in Brassica napus through increased activation of defense mechanisms.
    • sclerotiorum resistance in seedling and adult rapeseed, the results reported here demonstrate that OsPGIP2 plays a major role in rapeseed defense mechanisms
    • Our findings indicate that OsPGIP2 can improve disease resistance to S
    • The overexpression of OsPGIP2 also led to constitutively increased cell wall cellulose and hemicellulose content in stems without compromising seed quality
    • The constitutive expression of OsPGIP2 in rapeseed plants provided a rapid and potentiated defense response, including the production of reactive oxygen species, interaction with S
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