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More New Diseases in the Future. In the USA lot of corn is grown and a disease that effects corn can cause a lot of economic damage.

http://www.agrinews-pubs.com/news/fungicides-ready-crop-for-unknown/article_169c4135-21f0-556b-b88f-62d2aa30cb6e.html

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Link between #microbes in the throat and #schizophrenia
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#Researchers have identified a potential link between microbes in the throat and schizophrenia. This link may offer a way to identify causes and develop treatments of the disease and lead to new #diagnostic #tests.

For more related topics: http://www.omicsonline.org/bacteriology-parasitology.php

Read more at: http://www.omicsonline.org/blog/2015/08/26/19386-Link-between-microbes-in-the-throat-and-schizophrenia.html
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Screening for Resistance to Crown #Rust in Oat #Genotypes through #Morphological and #MolecularParameters
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A collection of 20 oat genotypes from different sources were evaluated in small isolated field plots for crown rust severity in natural epidemics with virulent P. coronata isolates and further screened with linked molecular markers. Large variation was observed for disease severity under field conditions in spreader plot. Genotypes with partial resistance due to a reduction of disease severity in spite of a compatible interaction (rust score 3) and moderate susceptibility were identified. The twenty genotypes displaying the variable disease severity with visible necrosis were selected for further studies regarding presence or absence of major genes (Pc91 and Pc68) for resistance to crown rust. In field nurseries, on the basis of latency period and disease severity (DS) none of the twenty genotypes fell into the resistant pool (score 1). Most of them showed a prolonged latency period, reduced infection frequency and colony size, and increased percentage of early aborted colonies not associated with host cell necrosis. Result on screening for crown rust resistance in field screening and by linked markers showed the absence of major resistance gene in the target population, several advance lines were identified as moderately resistant to crown rust reaction.
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An interesting morphology of the fungi,the spores is heliciform.dose someone know what is it?
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Some pathogens can infecte plant without any symptoms. What's the function of this?

If the plant pathogen can be severed under the 37°C .that could infect the human~how do u think?

Can any one list a few enzymes produced by host,in order to defend itself from pathogens?

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