Resistance genes are the genes in plant genomes that convey plant disease resistance against pathogens by producing resistance proteins. The main class of R-genes consist of a nucleotide binding domain and a leucine rich repeat domains . Resistance is either innate or acquired which are referring to whether the resistance is newly developed or has always been present in an organism. With the onset of recent genomic, bioinformatics and molecular biology techniques, it is quite possible to tame the R-genes for efficiently controlling the plant diseases caused by pathogens.
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