alexa Passive Defenses: Physical barriers

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Passive Defenses: Physical barriers

Physical barriers largely involve properties of the plant surface, that is, the cuticle, stomata and cell walls. Pathogens produce a range of cutin-degrading enzymes, which are often crucial to the successful penetration of the plant tissue.

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