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- Glandorf, Debora C. M.
- European journal of plant pathology 2019 v.154 no.1 pp. 43-51
- European Union; bacteria; biological control; biological control agents; biosafety; biotechnology; chemical control; gene editing; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; plant diseases and disorders; risk assessment
- ... Microorganisms have the potential to promote plant health and can be used to increase agricultural production that depends less on chemical control. The implementation of EU Directive 2009/128/EC, also called the Sustainable Use Directive, has led to a renewed interest in microbial biocontrol of plant diseases. Technological developments in biotechnology such as high throughput sequencing and geno ...
- Rose, Laura E.; Overdijk, Elysa J. R.; van Damme, Mireille
- European journal of plant pathology 2019 v.154 no.1 pp. 115-128
- Nematoda; Oomycetes; RNA interference; animals; bacteria; disease control; fungi; gene expression; genes; genetic code; immunity; messenger RNA; non-coding RNA; nucleotides; parasitic plants; pathogens; plant development; plant diseases and disorders; protein content; proteins; transcription (genetics); virulence; viruses
- ... All plant species are subject to disease. Plant diseases are caused by parasites, e.g. viruses, bacteria, oomycetes, parasitic plants, fungi, or nematodes. In all organisms, gene expression is tightly regulated and underpins essential functions and physiology. The coordination and regulation of both host and pathogen gene expression is essential for pathogens to infect and cause disease. One mode ...