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Acropetal: a genetic locus required for conidiophore architecture and pathogenicity in the rice blast fungus


Fungal Genetics and Biology 24(1-2): 228-239
Acropetal: a genetic locus required for conidiophore architecture and pathogenicity in the rice blast fungus
Sporulation in Magnaporthe grisea involves the production of three-celled conidia, borne sympodially on an aerial conidiophore. A disease cycle initiates when spores are dispersed and attach to the rice plant surface. A major regulator of conidiophore morphogenesis in M. grisea was identified using insertional mutagenesis.

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Accession: 003030886

PMID: 9742203

DOI: 10.1006/fgbi.1998.1053



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