Schematic model of PGPR-mediated pathway for production of defensive compounds in plants
Although some PRs possess anti-microbial activity, a relationship
between accumulation of PRs and the broad-spectrum resistance
characteristic of SAR has never been convincingly demonstrated (Van
Loon 1997) (Fig. 15.2). .
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