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From: Transgenic tobacco plants constitutively expressing Arabidopsis NPR1 show enhanced resistance to root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita

Figure 2

Development of root knots (a) and egg masses (b) in the tobacco wild type and transgenic plants six weeks after infection with the nematode. Note the significantly reduced root knots and egg masses in the transgenic plants expressing the AtNPR1. The graphs represent significance of mean differences between the WT and transgenic plants.

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