Nitrogen starvation of the rice blast fungusMagnaporthe griseamay act as an environmental cue for disease symptom expression

@inproceedings{Talbot1997NitrogenSO,
  title={Nitrogen starvation of the rice blast fungusMagnaporthe griseamay act as an environmental cue for disease symptom expression},
  author={Nicholas J. Talbot and H.R.K McCafferty and Minghe Ma and Keith O. Moore and John Edward. Hamer},
  year={1997}
}
Abstract The effect of nitrogen limitation on the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe grisea was examined. Nitrogen starvation-stress induced expression of a large number of genes expressed during growth of the fungus in plant tissue, particularly during disease symptom outbreak. Nitrogen starvation-stress elicited production of secreted products which were isolated from culture filtrates of M. grisea , and caused senescence of rice leaves within 48 h of application. Leaf senescence was associated… CONTINUE READING

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