I have stumbled across a mention of classical resistance genes against pests in plants, however the classification seems a bit vague.
What would be classified as classical resistance genes and what as non-classical in plants?
Found it here:
'For example, the identification of classical plant resistant genes in Arabidopsis and other model dicots facilitated the successful cloning of multiple wheat rust resistant genes (Ellis et al., 2014; Wulff and Moscou, 2014).'
- Schwessinger, Benjamin, et al. "Focus issue on plant immunity: from model systems to crop species." Frontiers in plant science 6 (2015): 195.