Comparative genomics reveals genes significantly associated with woody hosts in the plant pathogen Pseudomonas syringae

@inproceedings{Nowell2016ComparativeGR,
  title={Comparative genomics reveals genes significantly associated with woody hosts in the plant pathogen Pseudomonas syringae
},
  author={Reuben W Nowell and Bridget E. Laue and Paul M. Sharp and Sarah H Green},
  booktitle={Molecular plant pathology},
  year={2016}
}
The diversification of lineages within Pseudomonas syringae has involved a number of adaptive shifts from herbaceous hosts onto various species of tree, resulting in the emergence of highly destructive diseases such as bacterial canker of kiwi and bleeding canker of horse chestnut. This diversification has involved a high level of gene gain and loss, and these processes are likely to play major roles in the adaptation of individual lineages onto their host plants. In order to better understand… CONTINUE READING
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