Figure 25-45. Microbial disease in a plant.

Figure 25-45Microbial disease in a plant

These tomato leaves are infected with the leaf mold fungus Cladosporium fulvum. Resistance to this type of infection depends on recognition of a fungal protein by a host receptor that is structurally related to the TLRs. (Courtesy of Jonathan Jones.)

From: Innate Immunity

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