1.9.23
ARE PR PROTEINS INVOLVED IN RESISTANCE OF CAULIFLOWER TO DOWNY MILDEW?

C MONOT1, D CARRIOU1, D LE CORRE1, JL JUNG2 and D SILUÉ1

1BBV, Penn-ar-Prat, F-29250 Saint Pol-de-Léon, France; 2ISAMOR, UBO, Technopôle Brest-Iroise, F-29280 Plouzané, France

Background and objectives
Among the proteins found in plants, the pathogenesis-related proteins (PR proteins), are thought to be involved in disease resistance. In vitro studies showed that they exhibit an antifungal activity [2]. Moreover, in many pathosystems, disease resistance was often associated with detection of some PR proteins [2]. The aim of this study was to analyse the relationships between resistance of cauliflower to downy mildew caused by Peronospora parasitica and the accumulation of PR proteins.

Remainder of abstract received, but incomplete

[Programme Committee]