Sangryeol Park

Leading Speaker for plant biology conference-Sangryeol Park

Title: OsXRI5 gene confers resistance to bacterial blight and bakanae disease

Sangryeol Park

National Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Korea, Republic of

Biography

Sangryeol Park, did his B.S., M.S., Ph. D.  in Agricultural Chemistry, at Gyeongsang Natioanal Univ. in Jinju, Korea. he did his Postdoc. BK21 in Gyeongsang National Univ., Jinju, Korea; Molecular Breeding Div. NAAS, RDA, Korea. From 2005. 04. ~ present. he is a General Research Scientist, at Gene Engineering Div. NIAS, RDA, in Korea.

Abstract

One of rice NPR1 homologous gene, OsRXI5 function was analysed related to bacterial blight and bakanae disease. Over-expression of OsXRI5 conferred disease resistance to bacterial blight and bakanae disease. OsXRI5-overexpressed transgenic lines were shown the higher level expression of several pathogenesis-related protein genes, OsPR4, OsPR10 and OsPAL, than wild type rice. The OsXRI5-green fluorescent protein (GFP) fusion protein was localized in the nucleus