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GDSL lipases modulate immunity through lipid homeostasis in rice

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Disease resistance to bacterial blight in OsGLIP1-OE, OsGLIP2-OE and OsGLIP1/2-RNAi plants.

(A-F) Lesions and statistical analysis of lesion lengths of representative OsGLIP1-OE (A and D), OsGLIP2-OE (B and E) and OsGLIP1/2-RNAi (C and F) lines (eight-week-old) inoculated with bacterial pathogen Xoo at 14 dpi, with the wild type (TP309, WT) as control. Arrows indicate the bottoms of lesions. Data are shown as means ± SD (n > 10). Asterisks indicate significant difference in comparison with the wild-type control (Student’s t-test, *P < 0.05; ** P < 0.01). (G) Disease development during 12 days of inoculation in the representative lines of OsGLIP1-OE, OsGLIP2-OE and OsGLIP1/2-RNAi, compared with the wild type. Data are shown as means ± SD (n > 10). Asterisks indicate significant difference in comparison with the wild-type control (Student’s t-test, ** P < 0.01). (H) Bacterial growth during 12 days of inoculation in the representative lines of OsGLIP1-OE, OsGLIP2-OE and OsGLIP1/2-RNAi, compared with the wild type. Data are shown as means ± SD (n = 3). Asterisks indicate significant difference in comparison with the wild-type control (Student’s t-test, *P < 0.05; ** P < 0.01).

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1006724.g004