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  1. Glycine-serine-rich effector PstGSRE4 in Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici inhibits the activity of copper zinc superoxide dismutase to modulate immunity in wheat
  2. SNP-based linkage mapping for validation of adult plant stripe rust resistance QTL in common wheat cultivar Chakwal 86
  3. A novel citrate synthase isoform contributes infection and stress resistance of the stripe rust fungus
  4. Silencing PsKPP4 , a MAP kinase kinase kinase gene, reduces pathogenicity of the stripe rust fungus
  5. A novel wheat NAC transcription factor, Ta NAC30, negatively regulates resistance of wheat to stripe rust
  6. A novel MADS-box transcription factor PstMCM1-1 is responsible for full virulence of Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici
  7. Understanding the lifestyles and pathogenicity mechanisms of obligate biotrophic fungi in wheat: The emerging genomics era
  8. The transcription factor PstSTE12 is required for virulence of Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici
  9. Overexpression of AtPAD4 in transgenic Brachypodium distachyon enhances resistance to Puccinia brachypodii
  10. Basidiomycete-specific PsCaMKL1 encoding a CaMK-like protein kinase is required for full virulence of Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici
  11. A unique invertase is important for sugar absorption of an obligate biotrophic pathogen during infection
  12. Puccinia striiformisf. sp.triticimicroRNA-like RNA 1 (Pst-milR1), an important pathogenicity factor ofPst, impairs wheat resistance toPstby suppressing the wheat pathogenesis-related 2 gene
  13. PSTha5a23, a candidate effector from the obligate biotrophic pathogen P uccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici , is involved in plant defense suppression and rust pathogenicity
  14. Cereal rusts
  15. An extracellular Zn-only superoxide dismutase from Puccinia striiformis confers enhanced resistance to host-derived oxidative stress
  16. Two distinct Ras genes from Puccinia striiformis exhibit differential roles in rust pathogenicity and cell death
  17. Isolation and characterisation of cDNA encoding a wheat heavy metal-associated isoprenylated protein involved in stress responses
  18. Characterization of protein kinasePsSRPKL, a novel pathogenicity factor in the wheat stripe rust fungus
  19. Defence responses including hypersensitive cell death, oxidative burst and defence gene expression in ‘Moro’ wheat inoculated withPuccinia striiformis
  20. The target gene of tae-miR164, a novel NAC transcription factor from the NAM subfamily, negatively regulates resistance of wheat to stripe rust