Table 1.

Interaction Phenotypes of Different Wild-Type, Transgenic, and Mutant Arabidopsis Accessions after Inoculations with Five Isolates of P. parasitica

Arabidopsis LineNo. of Lines AnalyzedNo. of Resitant Lines to the Following P. parasitica Isolates
Noco2Emoy2Cala2Maks9Emco5
Ws-0111110
Col-01011NTa0
CW84100000
Ws-0 rpp101110NTNT
CW84b
ws-cos65.1666660
psub–Hom-A12111111110
psub–Hom-Bc1212120120
psub–Hom-C1212000d0
CW84–Hom-A × edsl F2e2000NT0
  • a NT, not tested.

  • b The constructs used for transformation are shown in Figure 2A. The complete cosmid ws-cos65.1 was used in the transformation.

  • c The interaction phenotypes in most of these lines were characterized by a low level of P. parasitica sporulation.

  • d Only four lines were tested for the interaction phenotype.

  • e A Ws-0 edsl mutant was used in the cross (Parker et al., 1996).