Publications of Y. Brotman
Journal Article (53)
5 (5), pp. 1113 - 1124 (2012)The LysM Receptor-Like Kinase LysM RLK1 Is Required to Activate Defense and Abiotic-Stress Responses Induced by Overexpression of Fungal Chitinases in Arabidopsis Plants. Molecular Plant
158 (Pt 1), pp. 139 - 146 (2012)Transcript and metabolite analysis of the Trichoderma-induced systemic resistance response to Pseudomonas syringae in Arabidopsis thaliana. Microbiology
63 (4), pp. 1773 - 1784 (2012)Inhibition of aconitase by nitric oxide leads to induction of the alternative oxidase and to a shift of metabolism towards biosynthesis of amino acids. Journal of Experimental Botany
168 (12), pp. 1387 - 1394 (2011)Identification of enzymatic and regulatory genes of plant metabolism through QTL analysis in Arabidopsis. SI
59 (3), pp. 576 - 585 (2010)Differential colonization and defence responses of resistant and susceptible melon lines infected by Fusarium oxysporum race 1.2. Plant Pathology
75 (16), pp. 5373 - 5379 (2009)Synthetic Ultrashort Cationic Lipopeptides Induce Systemic Plant Defense Responses against Bacterial and Fungal Pathogens. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
147 (2), pp. 779 - 789 (2008)Role of swollenin, an expansin-like protein from Trichoderma, in plant root colonization. Plant Physiology
73 (20), pp. 6629 - 6636 (2007)Inhibition of fungal and bacterial plant pathogens in vitro and in planta with ultrashort cationic lipopeptides. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
8 (6), pp. 737 - 746 (2007)The 18mer peptaibols from Trichoderma virens elicit plant defence responses. Molecular Plant Pathology
110 (2), pp. 337 - 345 (2005)Molecular markers linked to papaya ring spot virus resistance and Fusarium race 2 resistance in melon. Theoretical and Applied Genetics
109 (4), pp. 707 - 712 (2004)Comparative mapping of ZYMV resistances in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) and melon (Cucumis melo L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics
46 (5), pp. 761 - 773 (2003)Linkage map of Cucumis melo including phenotypic traits and sequence-characterized genes. Genome
104 (6-7), pp. 1055 - 1063 (2002)Resistance gene homologues in melon are linked to genetic loci conferring disease and pest resistance. Theoretical and Applied Genetics
Book Chapter (3)
1892, pp. 187 - 199 (Ed. Sreenivasulu, N.). Springer New York, New York, NY (2019)Rice Grain Quality Benchmarking Through Profiling of Volatiles and Metabolites in Grains Using Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry. In: Rice Grain Quality: Methods and Protocols, Vol.
1778, pp. 33 - 46 (Ed. António, C.). Humana Press, Clifton, N.J. (2018)Guidelines for Sample Normalization to Minimize Batch Variation for Large-Scale Metabolic Profiling of Plant Natural Genetic Variance. In: Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol.
The use of metabolomic approaches to study Trichoderma-plant interactions. In: Trichoderma: biology and applications., pp. 209 - 221. CABI, Wallingford (2013)
Molecular mapping of the melon Fom-1/Prv locus, In Progress in cucurbit genetics and breeding research. (2004)
Linkage groups of Cucumis melo, including resistance gene homologues and known genes. 7th EUCARPIA Meeting on Cucurbit Genetics and Breeding, MA ALE HA HAMISHA, ISRAEL, March 19, 2000 - March 23, 2000. (2000)
Meeting Abstract (1)
60 (1-SI), p. 113 - 113. International Phycological Society, Odense (2021)Multi-omics reveals mechanisms of total resistance to extreme illumination of a desert alga. In Phycologia,
Dual Resistance of Melon to Fusarium oxysporum Races 0 and 2 and to Papaya ring-spot virus is Controlled by a Pair of Head-to-Head-Oriented NB-LRR Genes of Unusual Architecture.