Conserved domains

Comparative analysis of soybean genotype resistance to Heterodera glycines and Meloidogyne species via resistance gene analogs

P. M. H. Vieira, Arêdes, F. A. S., Ferreira, A., Ferreira, M. F. S., Vieira, P. M. H., Arêdes, F. A. S., Ferreira, A., and Ferreira, M. F. S., Comparative analysis of soybean genotype resistance to Heterodera glycines and Meloidogyne species via resistance gene analogs, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Nematodes are important pests of soybean throughout the world and cause high yield losses. As a control strategy, the identification of resistance genes is an important aim of breeding studies. Plants possess resistance genes (R), which are responsible for the recognition of pathogens and activation of the defense system. R genes and resistance gene analogs (RGAs) possess conserved domains, from which nucleotide-binding site is the most common. Using degenerate primers originating from these domains, it is possible to identify and isolate sequences of R and RGA genes.

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