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New Phytologist: Special Issue: Plants interacting with other organisms (October 2014)

New Phytologist: Special Issue: Plants interacting with other organisms (October 2014) | Pathology |
EditorialPlant interactions with other organisms: molecules, ecology and evolutionCommentaryDifferent shades of JAZ during plant growth and defenseNutrient supply differentially alters the dynamics of co-infecting phytovirusesLettersFrom shade avoidance responses to plant performance at vegetation level: using virtual plant modelling as a toolF. J. Bongers, J. B. Evers, N. P. R. Anten & R. PierikReviewMagical mystery tour: MLO proteins in plant immunity and beyondJ. Acevedo-Garcia, S. Kusch & R. PanstrugaThe squeeze cell hypothesis for the activation of jasmonate synthesis in response to woundingE. E. Farmer, D. Gasperini & I. F. AcostaLipochitooligosaccharide recognition: an ancient storyY. Liang, K. Tóth, Y. Cao, K. Tanaka, C. Espinoza & G. StaceyHerbivore-induced plant volatiles: targets, perception and unanswered questionsM. HeilThere’s no place like home? An exploration of the mechanisms behind plant litter–decomposer affinity in terrestrial ecosystemsA. T. Austin, L. Vivanco, A. González-Arzac & L. I. PérezInsect herbivore-associated organisms affect plant responses to herbivoryF. Zhu, E. H. Poelman & M. DickeWhen mutualism goes bad: density- dependent impacts of introduced bees on plant reproductionM. A. Aizen, C. L. Morales, D. P. Vázquez, L. A. Garibaldi, A. Sáez & L. D. HarderInsect and pathogen attack and resistance in maize and its wild ancestors, the teosintesE. S. de Lange, D. Balmer, B. Mauch-Mani & T. C. J. TurlingsFull papersLinking phytochrome to plant immunity: low red : far-red ratios increase Arabidopsis susceptibility to Botrytis cinerea by reducing the biosynthesis of indolic glucosinolates and camalexinM. D. Cargnel, P. V. Demkura & C. L. BallaréTo grow or defend? Low red : far-red ratios reduce jasmonate sensitivity in Arabidopsis seedlings by promoting DELLA degradation and increasing JAZ10 stabilityM. Leone, M. M. Keller, I. Cerrudo & C. L. Ballaréβ-Glucosidase BGLU42 is a MYB72-dependent key regulator of rhizobacteria-induced systemic resistance and modulates iron deficiency responses in Arabidopsis rootsC. Zamioudis, J. Hanson & C. M. J. PieterseDeciphering the language of plant communication: volatile chemotypes of sagebrushR. Karban, W. C. Wetzel, K. Shiojiri, S. Ishizaki, S. R. Ramirez & J. D. BlandeThe context dependence of beneficiary feedback effects on benefactors in plant facilitationC. Schöb, R. M. Callaway, F. Anthelme, R. W. Brooker, L. A. Cavieres, Z. Kikvidze, C. J. Lortie, R. Michalet, F. I. Pugnaire, S. Xiao, B. H. Cranston, M-C. García, N. R. Hupp, L. D. Llambí, E. Lingua, A. M. Reid, L. Zhao & B. J. ButterfieldHerbivore-mediated material fluxes in a northern deciduous forest under elevated carbon dioxide and ozone concentrationsT. D. Meehan, J. J. Couture, A. E. Bennett & R. L. LindrothAre plant–soil feedback responses explained by plant traits?C. Baxendale, K. H. Orwin, F. Poly, T. Pommier & R. D. BardgettEnvironmental nutrient supply alters prevalence and weakens competitive interactions among coinfecting virusesC. Lacroix, E. W. Seabloom & E. T. Borer
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Late blight attacks Michigan tomatoes - Lansing State Journal

Late blight attacks Michigan tomatoes - Lansing State Journal | Pathology |
Late blight attacks Michigan tomatoes
Lansing State Journal
Late blight, she said, comes from a fungus called Phytophthora infestans that originates in potato tubers, and can spread to tomatoes if the conditions are right.
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