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Stable predictive markers for Phytophthora sojae avirulence genes that impair infection of soybean uncovered by whole genome sequencing of 31 isolates.

著者 Arsenault-Labrecque G , Sonah H , Lebreton A , Labbé C , Marchand G , Xue A , Belzile F , Knaus BJ , Grünwald NJ , Bélanger RR
BMC Biol.2018 Jul 26 ; 16(1):80.
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The interaction between oomycete plant pathogen Phytophthora sojae and soybean is characterized by the presence of avirulence (Avr) genes in P. sojae, which encode for effectors that trigger immune responses and resistance in soybean via corresponding resistance genes (Rps). A recent survey highlighted a rapid diversification of P. sojae Avr genes in soybean fields and the need to deploy new Rps genes. However, the full genetic diversity of P. sojae isolates remains complex and dynamic and is mostly characterized on the basis of phenotypic associations with differential soybean lines.
PMID: 30049268 [PubMed - in process]
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