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Plant disease 'stealth bomber' tactics subverted to tackle hundreds of plant pathogens
Date:12/9/2010

ly, it still sends over 100 proteins into plant cells to suppress the immune responses. Understanding how these proteins suppress plant immunity will enable us to select disease resistant crop plants and combat plant disease such as potato blight and sudden oak death."

"Losses to disease in food crops can be very significant and to feed a growing population set to reach 9 billion by 2050 we need to increase food production. Reducing losses because of disease will be an important part of this."


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Contact: Jim Beynon
Jim.Beynon@warwick.ac.uk
44-247-657-5141
University of Warwick
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