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Potential Antimicrobial Properties from Oil Palm Root Against Ganoderma Boninense
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My current research interests are in several aspects of plant metabolomics and pathology. These include mechanisms of resistance including basal defenses and production of plant secondary metabolites mediated by the recognition of microbe associated molecular patterns (MAMPS) or after elicitation with various biotic or abiotic elicitors. In plants, recognition systems based on R genes allow specific detection of injected effector proteins, triggering Hypersensitive Reaction (HR) and establishing gene-for-gene interactions. Loss of the recognized effector has often allowed pathogens to continue parasitizing resistant varieties of hosts and break through gene-for-gene mediated resistance because other effectors are able to suppress basal defenses.

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School of Sustainable Agriculture, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Locked Bag 2073,
88999 Kota Kinabalu
Sabah
Malaysia

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Chong Khim Phin
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chongkp@ums.edu.my