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    • A ASSIGNMENT ON ROLE OF JASMONATE AGAINST INSECT HERBIVOURE SUBMITTED TO : Dr. M.K. MAHATMA, ASSTT. PROFESSOR , Dept. of Agril. Biotechnology, N. M.College of Agriculture. N.A.U., Navsari-.396 450. SUBMITTED BY: Kurulkar uday J 2 nd Sem. M.Sc. (Agri.) Entomology . N.M. CollegeofAgriculture. N.A.U., Navsari-.396 450. Reg.No. 04-0762-2010
    • SIGNAL AGAINST INSECT HERBIVORE ATTACK
    • Airborne signals prime plants against insect herbivore attack Early signaling events at the plant-insect interface
    • Specificity of Jasmonate-Based Defenses
    • Damaged-self recognition in plant herbivore defense
    • Mechanical Wounding Versus Herbivory
    • Perception of the Stimulus and JA Production of the Signal That Initiates Biosynthesis
    • THE JASMONATE SIGNAL PATHWAY
    • Methyl Jasmonate ( MeJA )
    • Structure–activity relationships among Jasmonate
    • Metabolic fate of JA
    • THE JAZ REPRESSORS AND THE MECHANISM OF JA SIGNALING
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    • Jasmonate-inducible plant enzymes degrade essential amino acids in the herbivore midgut Jasmonates and its mimics
    • Jasmonic Acid at Downstream LapA-SI Lines LapA-OX Lines
    • Plant defense in the absence of jasmonic acid
    • THANK YOU