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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 8, Special Issue 5 (2019)

Host factors of wheat altered the temporal protein expression of <em>Tilletia indica </em>in wheat

Author(s):

Abhishek Kumar, Gohar Taj and Anil Kumar

Abstract:
<em>Tilltia. Indica</em><strong>,</strong><em></em>the causal agent of Karnal bunt in wheat exhibits very high variation amongst its monosporidial cultures. This variability depends upon many more factors. The wheat spikes host factors is comprised with multiple components which have profound effects on the pathogenesis in wheat. It has been also shown that genes are also involved in many more signaling pathways in the various fungi. Disruption of the gene, PMK1 of <em>Magnaporthe. Grisea</em> reduced appressoria formation and lost the ability to infect through a wound. Similarly, the CMK1 gene from <em>Colletotrichum lagenarium</em> could compliment a PMK mutant of <em>M. grisea </em>and could restore its pathogenecity. The genes codes for protein in pathogenesis it has been also shown by modules of MAP kinase signal transduction pathway. However, it is not clear how the host factors influences the temporal protein expression pattern in <em>Tilletia indica.</em> Here, we have shown that the host factors influences the temporal protein expression pattern, in three different monosporidial strains (KB3, JKmsb and KBPN6) of <em>Tilletia indica.</em> This new finding will open up more dip understanding of pathogenesis in <em>Tilletia indica </em>in wheat. Therefore this could be useful for design the molecular marker specific to altered protein to identified specific strain of <em>Tilletia indica</em>.

Pages: 360-364  |  534 Views  28 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Abhishek Kumar, Gohar Taj and Anil Kumar. Host factors of wheat altered the temporal protein expression of <em>Tilletia indica </em>in wheat. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(5S):360-364.