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- Kelly, Amy; Proctor, Robert H.; Belzile, Francois; Chulze, Sofia N.; Clear, Randall M.; Cowger, Christinia; Elmer, Wade; Lee, Theresa; Obanor, Friday; Waalwijk, Cees; Ward, Todd J.
- Fungal genetics and biology 2016 v.95 pp. 39-48
- Fusarium graminearum; Fusarium head blight; Fusarium sambucinum; alleles; amino acids; ancestry; branches; chemotypes; gene targeting; geographical distribution; grain crops; hosts; introns; pathogens; phylogeny; polymerase chain reaction; restriction fragment length polymorphism; selection pressure; strains; trichothecenes; Canada; United States
- ... Fusarium graminearum and 21 related species comprising the F. sambucinum species complex lineage 1 (FSAMSC-1) are the most important Fusarium Head Blight pathogens of cereal crops world-wide. FSAMSC-1 species typically produce type B trichothecenes. However, some F. graminearum strains were recently found to produce a novel type A trichothecene (NX-2) resulting from functional variation in the tri ...