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Regulation of lignification in defense

Genes involved in plant defense: 327-352
Regulation of lignification in defense
Recent research on local or systemic increases in lignin content following an encounter with a pathogen or with pathogen-derived elicitors is reviewed, and the regulation of lignin biosynthetic enzymes under biological stress is discussed.

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