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How Do Smut Fungi Use Plant Signals to Spatiotemporally Orientate on and In Planta?

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van der Linde, Karina ; Göhre, Vera
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 03 Feb 2021 11:21


Smut fungi represent a large group of biotrophic plant pathogens that cause extensive yield loss and are also model organisms for studying plant–pathogen interactions. In recent years, they have become biotechnological tools. After initial penetration of the plant epidermis, smut fungi grow intra—and intercellularly without disrupting the plant-plasma membrane. Following the colonialization step, ...


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