Insights into nonhost disease resistance: can they assist disease control in agriculture?

@article{Ellis2006InsightsIN,
  title={Insights into nonhost disease resistance: can they assist disease control in agriculture?},
  author={Jeff G. Ellis},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2006},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={
          523-8
        }
}
The often-stated truism that most plant species are resistant to most plant pathogens reflects the many observations that a pathogen isolated from one plant species in most cases cannot infect, reproduce, and cause disease on other distantly related species. What determines pathogen host range is an 

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