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Cooperation and Conflict in the Plant Immune System

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Cooperation and Conflict in the Plant Immune System

Eunyoung Chae et al. PLoS Pathog.

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The authors have declared that no competing interests exist.

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Fig 1. Hypothetical phenotypic space determined by trade-offs between growth and immunity.
Common, reasonably fit genotypes are in black; genotypes that could potentially be created by crosses or mutations are in grey and orange. Green are genotypes closest to the Pareto front (grey line), which defines optimality among existing genotypes. The blue/yellow area represents forbidden phenotypic space, i.e., genotypes that die, always succumb to pathogens, or are infertile. The Pareto front can shift in response to a certain pathogen pressure or to abiotic challenge.

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Our work on plant immunity is funded by ERC Advanced Grant IMMUNEMESIS, a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and by the Max Planck Society. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.
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