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Deep‐sequencing revealed Citrus bark cracking viroid (CBCVd) as a highly aggressive pathogen on hop
Newly emerging or re-emerging diseases are a constant and significant threat to agricultural production, so prompt and accurate identification of the causative agents is required for rapid andExpand
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Characterization of Verticillium albo-atrum Field Isolates Using Pathogenicity Data and AFLP Analysis.
Since 1997, hop wilt induced by a virulent pathotype of Verticillium albo-atrum has caused considerable economic losses in hop fields in Slovenia. In all, 20 isolates of V. albo-atrum, including 12Expand
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Comparison of mycelial proteomes of two Verticillium albo-atrum pathotypes from hop
Verticillium wilt diseases caused by Verticillium spp. are known in many important crops and can seriously threaten their production. We studied Verticillium albo-atrum by comparative analysis of theExpand
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Genome Sequence of a Lethal Strain of Xylem-Invading Verticillium nonalfalfae
ABSTRACT Verticillium nonalfalfae, a soilborne vascular phytopathogenic fungus, causes wilt disease in several crop species. Of great concern are outbreaks of highly aggressive V. nonalfalfaeExpand
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Genetic variability and virulence among Verticillium albo-atrum isolates from hop
Verticillium wilt, caused by Verticillium albo-atrum or V. dahliae, is an important disease of many worldwide crop species. In Europe, V. albo-atrum isolates infecting hop express different levels ofExpand
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Chitin binding protein of Verticillium nonalfalfae disguises fungus from plant chitinases and supresses chitin-triggered host immunity.
During fungal infections, plant cells secrete chitinases, which digest chitin in the fungal cell walls. The recognition of released chitin oligomers via lysin motif (LysM)-containing immune hostExpand
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Identification of quantitative trait loci for resistance to Verticillium wilt and yield parameters in hop (Humulus lupulus L.)
Verticillium wilt (VW) can cause substantial yield loss in hop particularly with the outbreaks of the lethal strain of Verticillium albo-atrum. To elucidate genetic control of VW resistance in hop,Expand
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First Report of Hop stunt viroid Infecting Hop in Slovenia.
Hop (Humulus lupulus), of the Cannabaceae family, is a dioecious perennial climbing plant that is native to Asia, North America, and Europe and is commercially grown in many countries for its use inExpand
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Genetic variability of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum isolates from Slovenia and resistance of local Phaseolus vulgaris germplasm
Bean anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum lindemuthianum is one of the most destructive diseases in all bean growing areas. AFLP analysis was used to assess genetic variability and relationshipsExpand
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One-step multiplex RT-PCR for simultaneous detection of four viroids from hop (Humulus lupulus L.)
Hop (Humulus lupulus L.) plants are hosts to several viroids; some of them can be highly aggressive, and their infection can manifest as complete plant dieback. Since molecular detection of multipleExpand
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