Population genetic analyses of plant pathogens: New challenges and opportunities
The study of population genetics attempts to investigate evolutionary forces such as mutation, migration, genetic drift, selection and recombination, and how gene frequencies change in populations to shape their genetic structure. These evolutionary forces and the interaction among them are particularly important in plant pathogens where, combined with the pathogen's life history characteristics, they determine the pathogen's evolutionary potential. Advances in DNA sequencing and analytical...[Show more]
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