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Fungal plant pathology is a huge concern to the agricultural industry across the globe. Fusarium verticillioides is recognized as the most widespread and severe pathogenic fungus associated with maize production. This study aimed to investigate the antagonistic potential of twenty-seven (27) endophytic bacteria from the Desert spurge (Euphorbia ant...
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In plant pathology, the correct naming of a species is essential for determining the causal agents of disease. Species names not only serve the general purpose of concise communication, but also are critical for effective plant quarantine, preventing the introduction of new pathogens into a territory. Many phytopathogenic genera have multiple speci...
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Protein phosphorylation and membrane proteins play an important role in the infection of plants by phytopathogenic fungi, given their involvement in signal transduction cascades. Botrytis cinerea is a well-studied necrotrophic fungus taken as a model organism in fungal plant pathology, given its broad host range and adverse economic impact. To eluc...
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The chapter makes a modest attempt to highlight the major achievements of fungal plant pathology in India which had set a milestone in history of fungal plant pathology. The chapter summarizes the historical achievements made in the area of plant pathology with respect to diseases caused by fungal pathogens, disease biology research, epidemiology,...
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Mycological developments in India, like other colonial states, had great influence from British mycologists. A great deal of contribution has come from Edwin J. Butler before independence. In fact, it has been conveniently segregated as pre-Butler and post-Butler period to trace the development of mycology in India. Several active centres of mycolo...
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SUMMARY Peer-reviewed literature is today littered with exciting new tools and techniques that are being used in all areas of biology and medicine. Transcriptomics, proteomics and, more recently, metabolomics are three of these techniques that have impacted on fungal plant pathology. Used individually, each of these techniques can generate a pletho...
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We have now entered in the post-genomic era, where we have knowledge of plethora of fungal genomes and cutting edge technology is available to study global mRNA, protein and metabolite profiles. These so-called 'omic' technologies (transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics) provide the possibility to characterize plant-pathogen interactions and...