Andrew K. Johnston

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Magnaporthe grisea (Hebert) Barr causes rice blast, one of the most devastating diseases of rice (Oryza sativa) worldwide. This fungus is an ideal organism for studying a number of aspects of plant-pathogen interactions, including infection-related morphogenesis, avirulence, and pathogen evolution. To facilitate M. grisea genome analysis, physical mapping,(More)
Colloidal nanoplatelets, quasi-two-dimensional quantum wells, have recently been introduced as colloidal semiconductor materials with the narrowest known photoluminescence line width (∼10 nm). Unfortunately, these materials have not been shown to have continuously tunable emission but rather emit at discrete wavelengths that depend strictly on atomic-layer(More)
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