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Genetic approaches to the chemical ecology of phytopathogenic Fusarium species



Genetic approaches to the chemical ecology of phytopathogenic Fusarium species



Handbook of applied mycology Volume 5: Mycotoxins in ecological systems: 333-357



Genetic analyses of the role of Fusarium toxins (trichothecenes, naphthazarins, fusaric acid) and plant toxins (isoflavonoid phytoalexins, sesquiterpene phytoalexins, steroid glycoalkaloids) in pathogenicity, and the regulation and integration of fungal and plant chemical responses in their common environment in diseased tissue are discussed.

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