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“An Arabidopsis Gene Involved in the Conversion of Aldehydes to Alkanes in Arabidopsis Leaf Wax,” 2011, with W Zeng, H Gao, and Y Li. Patent Pending

“Broad-spectrum disease resistance conferred by expression of the Pseudomonas syringae hrmA gene in plants,” 2001, US 6342654 B1, with Qing Shun Li, Songhai Shen and Arthur Hunt.

“Elicitor of the hypersensitive response in plants,” 1998, CRF D-1172A, with Steve Beer et al. This patent has led to the development of the disease control product “MESSENGERTM” sold by Eden Bioscience Corp.

Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae HrpZ gene,” 1997, CRF D-1425, with Alan Collmer and Hsiou-chen Huang

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How a plant cell's skeleton helps fight infection [LINK] How a plant cell's skeleton helps fight infection [LINK] December 7, 2020

A new study from Michigan State University identifies a missing link which controls plant immunity and plants’ ability to maintain their cytoskeleton – the frame that both gives plant cells their shape and that serves as a highway for materials to move inside these cells.

When plants and their microbes are not in sync, the results can be disastrous [LINK] When plants and their microbes are not in sync, the results can be disastrous [LINK] August 28, 2020

Sheng Yang He writes about his lab's recent discovery of genes and processes involved in selecting the right microbiome inside plant leaves. The article is featured on The Conversation.

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