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Figure 9 | BMC Plant Biology

Figure 9

From: Genome-wide identification of mitogen-activated protein kinase gene family in Gossypium raimondii and the function of their corresponding orthologs in tetraploid cultivated cotton

Figure 9

Silencing of MPK9 , MPK13 and MPK25 enhances plant susceptibility to Verticillium dahlia infection. Individual genes of the cotton cultivar Hai7124 were first silenced by VIGS, and the plants were then inoculated with V. dahliae suspension spores at a concentration of 1 × 107/mL. (a) Plant phenotypes at 28 days after V. dahlia inoculation. (b) Percentage of diseased leaves after V. dahlia inoculation. The percentage of diseased leaves was scored. The experiments were repeated using 15 plants per treatment. The error bars were calculated based on three biological replicates using standard deviation.

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