They provide the food we eat, the medicines we take, the fuel we use – and, of course, the oxygen we breathe. Plants have been indispensable to human beings for millennia, having a profound and often unexpected impact on our everyday lives.
11. Research article by Aritua et al.: Genome sequencing reveals a new lineage associated with lablab bean and genetic exchange between Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. phaseoli and Xanthomonas fuscans subsp. fuscans. Front. Microbiol. (2015)
10. Mini-review by Zhang et al.: TAL effectors and the executor R genes. Front. Plant Sci. (2015)
9. Research article by ÜStun et al.: The Xanthomonas effector XopJ triggers a conditional hypersensitive response upon treatment of N. benthamiana leaves with salicylic acid. Front. Plant Sci. (2015)
8. Methods by Pérez-Quintero et al.: QueTAL: a suite of tools to classify and compare TAL effectors functionally and phylogenetically. Front. Plant Sci. (2015)
7. Hypothesis and theory by Wilkins et al.: TAL effectors and activation of predicted host targets distinguish Asian from African strains of the rice pathogen Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzicola while strict conservation suggests universal importance of five TAL effectors. Front. Plant Sci. (2015)
6. Review by Hutin et al.: MorTAL Kombat: the story of defense against TAL effectors through loss-of-susceptibility. Front. Plant Sci. (2015)
5. Research article by Jacobs et al.: Comparative genomics of a cannabis pathogen reveals insight into the evolution of pathogenicity in Xanthomonas. Front. Plant Sci. (2015)
4. Research article by Schwartz et al.: Phylogenomics of Xanthomonas field strains infecting pepper and tomato reveals diversity in effector repertoires and identifies determinants of host specificity. Front. Microbiol. (2015)
3. Perspective by Dossa et al.: Decision tools for bacterial blight resistance gene deployment in rice-based agricultural ecosystems. Front. Plant Sci. (2015)
2. Mini-review by Pieretti et al.: What makes Xanthomonas albilineans unique amongst xanthomonads? Front. Plant Sci. (2015)
1. Mini-review by S. Üstün and F. Börnke: Interactions of Xanthomonas type-III effector proteins with the plant ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like pathways. Front. Plant Sci. (2014)
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