Keywords: Repeat Induced Point Mutation
Can natural gene drives be part of future fungal pathogen control strategies in plants?D. M. Gardiner, A. Rusu, L. Barrett, G. C. Hunter and K. Kazan, New Phtologist, 2020.
Globally, fungal pathogens cause enormous crop losses and current control practices are not always effective, economical or environmentally sustainable. Tools enabling genetic management of wild pathogen populations could potentially solve many problems associated with plant ...
Keywords: Fusarium graminearum Fusarium head blight Gene drive Rip mycotoxin repeat induced point mutation spore killer wheat, gene drive natural, meiotic drive, Repeat Induced Point Mutation
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