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  1. The basic leucine zipper (bZIP) transcription factor family, one of the largest and most diverse transcription factor families in eukaryotes, is associated with the development and stress responses of many euk...

    Authors: Yuting Sheng, Long Lin, Han Chen, Tianhuizi Pu, Xiaoyun Liu, Suomeng Dong, Wenwu Ye and Yuanchao Wang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2021 3:1
  2. An unprecedented number of viruses have been discovered by leveraging advances in high-throughput sequencing. Infectious clone technology is a universal approach that facilitates the study of biology and role ...

    Authors: Mingmin Zhao, Beatriz García, Araiz Gallo, Ioannis E. Tzanetakis, Carmen Simón-Mateo, Juan Antonio García and Fabio Pasin
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:36
  3. Since its discovery more than 110 years ago, Valsa canker has emerged as a devastating disease of apple in East Asia. However, our understanding of this disease, particularly the identity of the causative agen...

    Authors: Xuli Wang, Cheng-Min Shi, Mark L. Gleason and Lili Huang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:35
  4. NPR1 is a key regulator of systemic acquired resistance (SAR) in plant species. In our previous study, we identified a conserved fungal effector PNPi from Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici (Pst) that can suppre...

    Authors: Weishuai Bi, Shuqing Zhao, Jiaojie Zhao, Jun Su, Xiumei Yu, Daqun Liu, Zhensheng Kang, Xiaojie Wang and Xiaodong Wang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:34
  5. C2H2 zinc finger transcription factors such as FlbC and Msn2, have broad regulatory roles in fungal growth and conidiation. In the present study, we cloned and characterized a C2H2 zinc finger transcription facto...

    Authors: Linlin Chen, Jingya Zhao, Huiqing Xia, Yuming Ma, Yankun Liu, Mengya Peng, Xiaoping Xing, Bingjian Sun, Yan Shi and Honglian Li
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:33
  6. Pyraclostrobin, a quinone outside inhibitor (QoI) fungicide, has been registered to control apple tree Valsa canker (AVC) caused by Valsa mali in China. However, there is no data available regarding the resistanc...

    Authors: Hao Feng, Shuai Wang, Zhaoyang Liu, Jianqiang Miao, Mingxia Zhou and Lili Huang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:31
  7. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Dipali Rani Gupta, Musrat Zahan Surovy, Nur Uddin Mahmud, Moutoshi Chakraborty, Sanjoy Kumar Paul, Md. Shaid Hossain, Pallab Bhattacharjee, Md. Shabab Mehebub, Kanistha Rani, Rumana Yeasmin, Mahfuzur Rahman and Md Tofazzal Islam
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:32

    The original article was published in Phytopathology Research 2020 2:30

  8. Wheat blast disease caused by a South American lineage of Magnaporthe oryzae Triticum (MoT) pathotype has emerged as a serious threat to wheat production in Bangladesh since its first emergence in 2016. Efficient...

    Authors: Dipali Rani Gupta, Musrat Zahan Surovy, Nur Uddin Mahmud, Moutoshi Chakraborty, Sanjoy Kumar Paul, Md. Shaid Hossain, Pallab Bhattacharjee, Md. Shabab Mehebub, Kanistha Rani, Rumana Yeasmin, Mahfuzur Rahman and Md Tofazzal Islam
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:30

    The Correction to this article has been published in Phytopathology Research 2020 2:32

  9. Plant virus-induced diseases cause significant losses to agricultural crop production worldwide. Reverse genetics systems of plant viruses allow gene manipulation on viral genomes, which greatly facilitates st...

    Authors: Ying Zang, Xiao-Dong Fang, Ji-Hui Qiao, Qiang Gao and Xian-Bing Wang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:29
  10. Wheat blast, caused by the Magnaporthe oryzae Triticum (MoT) lineage (synonym Pyricularia oryzae Triticum lineage), is a destructive disease in South America and Bangladesh. It is primarily a disease of wheat hea...

    Authors: M. Tofazzal Islam, Dipali Rani Gupta, Akbar Hossain, Krishna K. Roy, Xinyao He, Muhammad R. Kabir, Pawan K. Singh, Md. Arifur Rahman Khan, Mahfuzur Rahman and Guo-Liang Wang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:28
  11. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Jie Zhang, Haixia Yan, Mingcong Xia, Xiaoyun Han, Lihua Xie, Paul H. Goodwin, Xin Quan, Runhong Sun, Chao Wu and Lirong Yang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:27

    The original article was published in Phytopathology Research 2020 2:23

  12. Cucurbit aphid-borne yellows virus (CABYV), melon aphid-borne yellows virus (MABYV) and suakwa aphid-borne yellows virus (SABYV) are three poleroviruses that infect cucurbit crops. Developing specific antisera...

    Authors: Shao-Kang Zhang, Tian-Yu Zhao, Xing Shi, Yu-Zi Liu, Ying Wang, Zong-Ying Zhang, Da-Wei Li, Jia-Lin Yu, Qiao-Xia Shang and Cheng-Gui Han
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:22
  13. Phytophthora fragariae causes drastic damage in strawberry crops. P. fragariae infects strawberry roots and causes red stele root rot. Although P. fragariae is a quarantine organism, its spread in Finland continu...

    Authors: Mustafa Ahmad Munawar, Anna Toljamo, Frank Martin, Elina Oksanen and Harri Kokko
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:26
  14. Rice false smut (RFS), caused by Ustilaginoidea virens (Cooke) Takah, is an important fungal disease of rice. In China, sterol demethylation inhibitors (DMIs) are common fungicides used to control RFS. In a previ...

    Authors: Xiayan Pan, Huijuan Cao, Junjie Yu, Mina Yu, Zhongqiang Qi, Tianqiao Song, Yan Du, Mingli Yong, Rongsheng Zhang, Xiaole Yin and Yongfeng Liu
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:24
  15. Wheat root rot caused by Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici (Ggt) results in severe yield losses in wheat production worldwide. However, little is known about the molecular mechanism that regulates systemic sym...

    Authors: Jie Zhang, Haixia Yan, Mingcong Xia, Xiaoyun Han, Lihua Xie, Paul H. Goodwin, Xin Quan, Runhong Sun, Chao Wu and Lirong Yang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:23

    The Correction to this article has been published in Phytopathology Research 2020 2:27

  16. Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) is a major staple food crop for more than a billion people in the world. Cassava mosaic virus (CMV), belonging to the Geminiviridae family, is a primary threat to cassava produc...

    Authors: Duan Wang, Guixiu Huang, Tao Shi, Guofen Wang, Rongxiang Fang, Xuan Zhang and Jian Ye
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:18
  17. Targeted genome editing technology is becoming one of the most important genetic tools and widely employed in the plant pathology community. In recent years, CRISPR (Clustered regularly interspaced short palin...

    Authors: Gokul Gosavi, Fang Yan, Bin Ren, Yongjie Kuang, Daqi Yan, Xueping Zhou and Huanbin Zhou
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:21
  18. Although Psathyrostachys huashanica has excellent potential for resistance gene mining and molecular genetic breeding, no reference genome is available. To date, most studies of P. huashanica have been focused on...

    Authors: Chuan Shen, Caiyan Wei, Jingyuan Li, Xudong Zhang and Yunfeng Wu
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:19
  19. The quarantine bacterium Xanthomonas fragariae causes angular leaf spots on strawberry. Its population structure was recently found to be divided into four (sub)groups resulting from two distinct main groups. Xan...

    Authors: Michael Gétaz, Jochen Blom, Theo H. M. Smits and Joël F. Pothier
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:17
  20. Plant pathogenic bacteria engage in an ongoing struggle for survival. Gram negative phytopathogenic prokaryotes deploy type III secretion system to deliver effector proteins into plant cells to manipulate the ...

    Authors: Wenxiu Ma, Xiameng Xu, Lulu Cai, Yanyan Cao, Fazal Haq, James R. Alfano, Bo Zhu, Lifang Zou and Gongyou Chen
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:16
  21. The receptor-like kinase (RLK) FERONIA functions in immunity in Arabidopsis. Here, we systemically screened rice RLK genes encoding FERONIA-like receptor (FLRs) that may be involved in rice-Magnaporthe oryzae int...

    Authors: Yan-Yan Huang, Xin-Xian Liu, Ying Xie, Xiao-Yu Lin, Zi-Jin Hu, He Wang, Liang-Fang Wang, Wen-Qiang Dang, Ling-Li Zhang, Yong Zhu, Hui Feng, Mei Pu, Ji-Qun Zhao, Ji-Wei Zhang, Yan Li, Jing Fan…
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:14
  22. Sclerotial development is a vital stage in the life cycles of many fungal plant pathogens. In this study, the protein Ss-CAD, which contains three conserved domains of cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase (CAD), was...

    Authors: Jiahong Zhou, Yang Lin, Yanping Fu, Jiatao Xie, Daohong Jiang and Jiasen Cheng
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:13
  23. Lysobacter enzymogenes OH11 is a non-flagellated, ubiquitous soil bacterium with broad-spectrum antifungal activities. Although lacking flagella, it employs another type of motile behavior, known as twitching mot...

    Authors: Long Lin, Mimi Zhou, Danyu Shen, Sen Han, Alex M. Fulano, Shan-Ho Chou and Guoliang Qian
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:12
  24. Small molecules are able to regulate numerous cellular processes through binding to various bacterial receptor proteins, but the mechanisms and functions by which these chemicals coordinate and execute remain ...

    Authors: Sen Han, Mingming Yang, Alex M. Fulano, Long Lin, Shan-Ho Chou and Guoliang Qian
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:11
  25. Yam mild mosaic virus (YMMV) is prevalent in yams (Dioscorea spp.) worldwide. To gain an insight into the genetic diversity and molecular evolution of YMMV, 89 isolates from West Africa, Asia, South Pacific, and ...

    Authors: Cheng-Wu Zou, Jiao-Rong Meng, Zi-Ting Yao, Lei Zhang, Zhi-Qiang Wang, Ben-Hui Wei and Bao-Shan Chen
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:10
  26. The severity of plant diseases, traditionally the proportion of the plant tissue exhibiting symptoms, is a key quantitative variable to know for many diseases and is prone to error. Good quality disease severi...

    Authors: Clive H. Bock, Jayme G. A. Barbedo, Emerson M. Del Ponte, David Bohnenkamp and Anne-Katrin Mahlein
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:9
  27. Ubiquitin-specific protease (UBP) family is the largest group of deubiquitinases, which plays important roles in eukaryotic organisms. Comprehensive analysis of UBP genes has not been conducted in the plant patho...

    Authors: Xuan Cai, Zhao Wang, Yuxi Hou, Caiyun Liu, Ahmed Hendy, Junjie Xing and Xiao-Lin Chen
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:8
  28. Silicon (Si) has been widely employed in agriculture to enhance resistance against pathogens in many crop plants. However, the underlying molecular mechanisms of Si-mediated resistance remain elusive. In this ...

    Authors: Lili Wang, Min Dong, Qiong Zhang, Ying Wu, Liang Hu, James F. Parson, Edward Eisenstein, Xiangge Du and Shunyuan Xiao
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:7
  29. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) signaling plays a central role in plant immune response. BPAs, referred to as binding partner 1 of accelerated cell death 11 (ACD11) (BPA1) and BPA1-like proteins, regulate ROS-me...

    Authors: Xiong Zhang, Gan Ai, Xiaodan Wang, Hao Peng, Zhiyuan Yin and Daolong Dou
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:6
  30. Diseases caused by Phytophthora species seriously affect global crop production and food security. Identification of key factors involved in plant resistance is valuable for disease management. Previously, we cha...

    Authors: Jing Yu, Chunyue Chai, Gan Ai, Yuling Jia, Wenjing Liu, Xiong Zhang, Tian Bai and Daolong Dou
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:4
  31. Wheat dwarf virus (WDV), a mastrevirus transmitted by the leafhopper Psammotettix alienus, causes a severe disease in cereal crops. Typical symptoms of wheat plants infected by WDV are yellowing and severe dwarfi...

    Authors: Yu Liu, Yan Liu, Carl Spetz, Li Li and Xifeng Wang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:3
  32. Neonicotinoid insecticides are used for preventing insects from transmitting plant viruses. This group of chemicals are easily taken up by plants and translocated to different tissues and are applicable for so...

    Authors: Lei Li, Zhihong Hu, Tan Dai, Panqing Liu, Chen Chen, Pengfei Liu, Jiajin Guo, Hucheng Liu, Songlin Li, Jianjun Hao and Xili Liu
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:2
  33. Plants trigger a highly orchestrated defence mechanism in response to viral infection. In this study, we aimed at understanding the molecular events that lead to more accelerated cell death in Nicotiana benthamia...

    Authors: Mercy Macharia, Prem P. Das, Naweed I. Naqvi and Sek-Man Wong
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2020 2:1
  34. Rice viruses, known as “rice killer”, are vector-borne pathogens that cause severe disease and significant yield loss in rice production around the world. Rice virus disease is characterized by uncontrolled vi...

    Authors: Jiaqi Qin, Ci Wang, Leqi Wang, Shanshan Zhao and Jianguo Wu
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:34
  35. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are a class of small (20–24 nucleotides (nt) long) non-coding RNAs. One mature miRNA can be transcribed from one or more gene loci known as miRNA genes (MIRs). The transcript of a MIR forms a s...

    Authors: Yan Li, John Martin Jerome Jeyakumar, Qin Feng, Zhi-Xue Zhao, Jing Fan, Muhammad Ibrahim Khaskheli and Wen-Ming Wang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:33
  36. Verticillum dahliae is a notorious plant pathogenic fungus, which can cause wilt disease on hundreds of plant species. The genome of V. dahliae has been sequenced and annotated, but incorrect gene annotations and...

    Authors: Dianguang Xiong, Yonglin Wang and Chengming Tian
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:31
  37. Membrane remodeling modulates many biological processes. The binding of peripheral proteins to lipid membranes results in membrane invaginations and protrusions, which regulate essential intra-cellular membran...

    Authors: Lili Lin, Xiaomin Chen, Ammarah Shabbir, Si Chen, Xuewen Chen, Zonghua Wang and Justice Norvienyeku
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:32
  38. Rice bacterial blight (BB), caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo), is one of the most destructive diseases in rice-growing regions worldwide. Zinc thiazole is a novel bactericide and has been applied for ...

    Authors: Xian Chen, Lan Zhou, Pedro Laborda, Yancun Zhao, Kaihuai Li and Fengquan Liu
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:30
  39. Many RNA viruses have genetically diverse populations in a single host. Important biological characteristics may be related to the levels of diversity, including adaptability, host specificity, and host range....

    Authors: Bin Tian, Frederick E. Gildow, Andrew L. Stone, Diana J. Sherman, Vernon D. Damsteegt and William L. Schneider
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:29
  40. Phytophthora sojae is a destructive pathogen of soybean that is widely distributed in the world. The interaction between P. sojae and soybean follows the gene-for-gene model. The use of resistant soybean cultivar...

    Authors: Jin Yang, Xiaomen Wang, Baodian Guo, Jie Huang, Wenwu Ye, Suomeng Dong, Yan Wang, Xiaobo Zheng and Yuanchao Wang
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:28
  41. After publication of this article (Phukan et al. 2019), it was brought to our attention that two important research papers with regard to the development of mCherry tagged Ralstonia solanacearum strains were miss...

    Authors: Tarinee Phukan, Kristi Kabyashree, Radhika Singh, Pankaj L. Sharma, Niraj Singh, Anjan Barman, Biswa R. Jena and Suvendra K. Ray
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:27

    The original article was published in Phytopathology Research 2019 1:23

  42. Fusarium head blight (FHB) caused by the ascomycete fungus Fusarium graminearum can result in significant crop losses and render the crops harmful to human health due to contamination with mycotoxin. Although the...

    Authors: Han Qiu, Xu Zhao, Wenqin Fang, Huiming Wu, Yakubu Saddeeq Abubakar, Guo-dong Lu, Zonghua Wang and Wenhui Zheng
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:26
  43. Wheat stripe rust, caused by Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici, is one of the most destructive diseases of wheat in China. Conjunction area of Gansu, Sichuan and Shaanxi, acting as over-summering and over-winte...

    Authors: Cuicui Wang, Rui Zhang, Bingyao Chu, Bo Ming Wu and Zhanhong Ma
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:25
  44. TMV (24A + UPD) is a mutant virus that a 24 nt internal poly(A) tract was introduced downstream of the coat protein (CP) gene in TMV genome. TMV (24A + UPD) induced more severe necrosis in Nicotiana benthamiana a...

    Authors: Song Guo and Sek-Man Wong
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:24
  45. Ralstonia solanacearum causes a lethal bacterial wilt disease in numerous plants including important vegetable crops such as eggplant and tomato. One of the difficulties in studying virulence of this bacterium in...

    Authors: Tarinee Phukan, Kristi Kabyashree, Radhika Singh, Pankaj L. Sharma, Niraj Singh, Anjan Barman, Biswa R. Jena and Suvendra K. Ray
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:23

    The Correction to this article has been published in Phytopathology Research 2019 1:27

  46. Fusarium wilt, caused by the soil-borne fungal pathogen, Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense (Foc), is considered as one of the most threatening diseases of banana. The Cavendish variety, resistant to Foc race 1 (R...

    Authors: Shulang Fei, Elizabeth Czislowski, Stephen Fletcher, Jonathan Peters, Jacqueline Batley, Elizabeth Aitken and Neena Mitter
    Citation: Phytopathology Research 2019 1:22

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