Rapid Evolution of Introduced Plant Pathogens via Interspecific Hybridization

@inproceedings{Brasier2001RapidEO,
  title={Rapid Evolution of Introduced Plant Pathogens via Interspecific Hybridization},
  author={Clive M. Brasier},
  year={2001}
}
P lant disease epidemics resulting from introduction of exotic fungal pathogens are a well-known phenom- enon. Limited resistance in the host and excessive aggres- siveness in the pathogen (reflecting their lack of prior co- evolution) can result in an explosive outbreak of disease. Introduction events also present a window of evolutionary op- portunity for the pathogen. In its endemic location, a plant pathogen tends to be subject to routine selection constraints, favoring maintenance of a… CONTINUE READING
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