Glenna M Malcolm

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There is a growing interest amongst community ecologists in functional traits. Response traits determine membership in communities. Effect traits influence ecosystem function. One goal of community ecology is to predict the effect of environmental change on ecosystem function. Environmental change can directly and indirectly affect ecosystem function.(More)
Much of the current knowledge on population biology and ecology of soilborne fungal pathogens has been derived from research based on populations recovered from plants displaying disease symptoms or soil associated with symptomatic plants. Many soilborne fungal pathogens are known to cause disease on a large number of crop plants, including a variety of(More)
Verticillium wilts caused by the soilborne fungus Verticillium dahliae are among the most challenging diseases to control. Populations of this pathogen have been traditionally studied by means of vegetative compatibility groups (VCGs) under the assumption that VCGs comprise genetically related isolates that correlate with clonal lineages. We aimed to(More)
Rouhier N, Koh CS, Gelhaye E, Corbier C, Favier F, Didierjean C, Jacquot JP. 2008. Redox based anti-oxidant systems in plants: biochemical and structural analyses. Biochimica and Biophysica Acta 1780: 1249–1260. Shetty NP, Mehrabi R, Lütken H, Haldrup A, Kema GH, Collinge DB, Jørgensen HJ. 2007. Role of hydrogen peroxide during the interaction between the(More)
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