Editing Cassava Sweet genes for Resistance to Xanthomonas Report
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Paul Chavarriaga. (2/12/2021). Editing Cassava Sweet genes for Resistance to Xanthomonas Report.
The sweet genes are transporters and a source of sucrose for plants, which during infection by bacteria such as Xanthomonas are over-expressed, making them an important factor in the infection and colonization of this type of bacteria in plants such as rice and cassava, allowing colonization of the bacteria from the leaves of the plant to the roots
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