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Record number 359045
Title Engineering disease resistance in plants
Author(s) Custers, J.
Source Gewasbescherming 38 (2007)2. - ISSN 0166-6495 - p. 57 - 60.
Department(s) EPS-2
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) gewasbescherming - genetisch bepaalde resistentie - geïnduceerde resistentie - ziekteresistentie - immuunsysteem - genetische modificatie - karakteristieken - aardappelen - gastheer parasiet relaties - onderzoek - plant protection - genetic resistance - induced resistance - disease resistance - immune system - genetic engineering - characteristics - potatoes - host parasite relationships - research
Categories Host Parasite Relationships / Plant Defence, Plant Resistance
Abstract Op 8 januari 2007 promoveerde Jerome Custers aan Wageningen Universiteit op het proefschrift getiteld “Engineering disease resistance in plants”. Promotor was Prof. Dr.Ir.P.J.G.M. de Wit, verbonden aan de leerstoelgroep Fytopathologie, Wageningen Universiteit. Co-promotor was Dr. M.H. Stuiver, Head of Genomics, BASF Plant Science GmbH, Limburgerhof, Duitsland. Het werk beschreven in dit proefschrift werd uitgevoerd bij Syngenta Mogen B.V. (voorheen MOGEN International NV) in Leiden. Een reportage over gen-om-gen resistentie genereren, plantenpathogenen, afweerreacties tegen infecties en interacties tussen de gastheer en het plantenpathogeen
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