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- Hunziker, Lukas, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Molecular plant pathology 2019 v.20 no.6 pp. 784-799
- Dothistroma; Pinus; aneuploidy; blight; center of diversity; chromosome duplication; chromosome translocation; chromosomes; clones; disease outbreaks; forest pathogens; gene dosage; genetic polymorphism; genetic variation; genome; geographical distribution; hosts; metagenomics; plant pathology; population structure; transcriptomics; tree diseases; virulence; weather; Germany; New Zealand; South America
- ... Dothistroma needle blight is one of the most devastating pine tree diseases worldwide. New and emerging epidemics have been frequent over the last 25 years, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere, where they are in part associated with changing weather patterns. One of the main Dothistroma needle blight pathogens, Dothistroma septosporum, has a global distribution but most molecular plant patholo ...
- Hunziker, Lukas, et al. Show all 15 Authors
- Molecular plant-microbe interactions 2018 v.31 no.1 pp. 145-162
- Passalora fulva; antimicrobial proteins; apoplast; fungi; genes; hypersensitive response; immunologic receptors; leaves; pathogens; potatoes; protein secretion; proteomics; sequence homology; tomatoes; transcriptomics; viruses
- ... Tomato leaf mold disease is caused by the biotrophic fungus Cladosporium fulvum. During infection, C. fulvum produces extracellular small secreted protein (SSP) effectors that function to promote colonization of the leaf apoplast. Resistance to the disease is governed by Cf immune receptor genes that encode receptor-like proteins (RLPs). These RLPs recognize specific SSP effectors to initiate a hy ...
- Hunziker, Lukas, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Molecular plant pathology 2016 v.17 no.2 pp. 210-224
- Dothistroma; Pinus radiata; blight; data collection; epiphytes; fungi; gene expression; gene expression regulation; genes; metabolism; necrosis; oxidoreductases; pathogens; starch; time series analysis; transcriptomics; transporters
- ... We present genome‐wide gene expression patterns as a time series through the infection cycle of the fungal pine needle blight pathogen, Dothistroma septosporum, as it invades its gymnosperm host, Pinus radiata. We determined the molecular changes at three stages of the disease cycle: epiphytic/biotrophic (early), initial necrosis (mid) and mature sporulating lesion (late). Over 1.7 billion combine ...
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