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Transcriptome analysis of Nicotiana benthamiana infected by Tobacco curly shoot virus
The results presented here would be particularly useful to further elucidate the response of the host plant against virus infection.
Ss-Rhs1, a secretory Rhs repeat-containing protein, is required for the virulence of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.
A novel secretory protein, Ss-Rhs1, is reported, which is essential for the virulence of S. sclerotiorum, and is believed to contain a typical signal peptide at the N-terminal and eight rearrangement hotspot (Rhs) repeats.
Genetic Determinants of Symptoms on Viral DNA Satellites
The above results indicate that the DNA-β-encoded βC1 protein is the symptom determinant, but the promoter of theβC1 gene has influence on symptom production.
Disruption of the Gene Encoding Endo-β-1, 4-Xylanase Affects the Growth and Virulence of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
The important roles of endo-β-1, 4-xylanase in the growth and virulence of S. sclerotiorum are demonstrated.
Effects of manganese and zinc on the growth process of Phytophthora nicotianae and the possible inhibitory mechanisms
The inhibitory effect of Mn on the growth process of P. nicotianae was stronger than that of Zn, especially on sporangiogenesis and zoosporogenesis, and was significantly positively correlated with the expression levels of the genes csn4 and csn7.
Analysis of Pathogenicity and Virulence Factors of Ageratum leaf curl Sichuan virus
Ageratum leaf curl Sichuan virus (ALCScV) is a novel monopartite begomovirus, which was identified from Ageratum conyzoides plants in Sichuan Province, China. In this study, we showed that ALCScV can
Suppression of nbe-miR1919c-5p Expression in Nicotiana benthamiana Enhances Tobacco Curly Shoot Virus and Its Betasatellite Co-Infection
Suppression of nbe-miR1919c-5p expression using a PVX- and a TRV-based short tandem target mimic (STTM) technology enhanced Tb CSV and TbCSB co-infection-induced leaf curling symptoms in Nicotiana benthamiana plants.
[Production of monoclonal antibodies to broad bean wilt virus and application in virus detection].
Six hybridoma cell lines secretion monoclonal antibodies(MAbs) against broad bean wilt virus(BBWV) were produced by fusing mouse myeloma cells(SP 2/0) with spleen cells from BAL B/c immunized by the
Plant development from protoplasts of members of Bryophyta, Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta under identical conditions
Organized development from isolated protoplasts using a single protocol has been obtained with two bryophyte species, one fern species, and 34 dicotyledonous species. Regeneration is described here