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- van der Burgt, Ate, 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 ...
- van der Burgt, Ate, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Molecular plant-microbe interactions 2014 v.27 no.8 pp. 846-857
- Passalora fulva; alleles; bioinformatics; biological resistance; fungi; leaves; microbial biomass; pathogens; selection pressure; sequence analysis; tomatoes; transcriptomics; virulence
- ... The Cf-5 gene of tomato confers resistance to strains of the fungal pathogen Cladosporium fulvum carrying the avirulence gene Avr5. Although Cf-5 has been cloned, Avr5 has remained elusive. We report the cloning of Avr5 using a combined bioinformatic and transcriptome sequencing approach. RNA-Seq was performed on the sequenced race 0 strain (0WU; carrying Avr5), as well as a race 5 strain (IPO 197 ...
- van der Burgt, Ate, et al. Show all 58 Authors
- Leptosphaeria nodorum; Mycosphaerella graminicola; ancestry; carbohydrates; cell walls; chromosomes; crop yield; disease control; enzymes; food production; genes; genetic background; hosts; latent period; nucleotide sequences; pathogenesis; pathogenicity; plant pathogenic fungi; progeny; protein degradation; resistance mechanisms; wheat
- ... The plant-pathogenic fungus Mycosphaerella graminicola (asexual stage: Septoria tritici) causes septoria tritici blotch, a disease that greatly reduces the yield and quality of wheat. This disease is economically important in most wheat-growing areas worldwide and threatens global food production. Control of the disease has been hampered by a limited understanding of the genetic and biochemical ba ...
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