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Comparative analysis of the predicted secretomes of Rosaceae scab pathogens Venturia inaequalis and V. pirina reveals expanded effector families and putative determinants of host range

Deng, C H; Plummer, K M; Jones, Darcy A B; Mesarich, Carl H; Shiller, J; Taranto, Adam; Robinson, A; Kastner, Patrick; Hall, Nathan E.; Templeton, Matthew D; Bowen, Joanna K


Fungal plant pathogens belonging to the genus Venturia cause damaging scab diseases of members of the Rosaceae. In terms of economic impact, the most important of these are V. inaequalis, which infects apple, and V. pirina, which is a pathogen of European pear. Given that Venturia fungi colonise the sub-cuticular space without penetrating plant cells, it is assumed that effectors that contribute to virulence and determination of host range will be secreted into this plant-pathogen interface....[Show more]

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Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: BMC Genomics
DOI: 10.1186/s12864-017-3699-1
Access Rights: Open Access


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