alexa PATHOGEN RECOGNITION: Specific elicitors

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PATHOGEN RECOGNITION: Specific elicitors

Specific elicitors enable defence against a very specific pathogen, and are conditioned by avirulence genes in that pathogen. Avirulence genes determine the pathogen's host range, but are only able to function in the presence of another set of genes, the 'hypersensitive response and pathogenicity' (Hrp) gene cluster. Some Hrp gene products are involved in disguising the pathogen from host recognition, thus playing a role in both virulence and avirulence.

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