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Virulence Genes and the Evolution of Host Specificity in Plant-Pathogenic Fungi
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Diagram of the transient system used to test the inducible activities of the pV86 and pC86 promoters. Figure S3. Figure S4. Figure S5. Figure S6. Table S1. Table S2.
Virulence genes and the evolution of host specificity in plant-pathogenic fungi.
Indel frequencies detected by deep sequencing of transgenic C3 and control Arabidopsis plants. Table S3. Relative levels of virus accumulation for each of the four target sites in the inducible systems. Table S4. The relative viral load detected from the experiment of inhibiting replicating virus. Table S5. InDel frequencies detected by deep sequencing with their primers in transgenic pVC3, pCC3, and control Arabidopsis plants.
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