Shifts in diversification rates and host jump frequencies shaped the diversity of host range among Sclerotiniaceae fungal plant pathogens

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Navaud, Olivier; Barbacci, Adelin; Taylor, Andrew; Clarkson, John P.; Raffaele, Sylvain;
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • Journal: Molecular Ecology,volume 27,issue 5,pages1,309-1,323 (issn: 0962-1083, eissn: 1365-294X)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1111/mec.14523, doi: 10.1101/229930, pmc: PMC5900718
  • Subject: host parasite interactions | pathologie végétale | Ecological Interactions | Vegetal Biology | Microbiology and Parasitology | Original Article | Biologie végétale | angiosperms;coevolution;fungi;host parasite interactions | angiosperms | fungi | coevolution | ORIGINAL ARTICLES | sclerotinia | QK | Microbiologie et Parasitologie

The range of hosts that a parasite can infect in nature is a trait determined by its own evolutionary history and that of its potential hosts. However, knowledge on host range diversity and evolution at the family level is often lacking. Here, we investigate host range ... View more
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