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Description: Repository for the materials associated with scientific talks presented in the Virtual Seminars (aka science webinar), a venue for delivering scientific talks of general interest to a plant pathology audience. https://openplantpathology.org/

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  • Molecular response of clubroot infected plants to the endophytic fungus Acremonium alternatum. Open Plant Pathology Virtual Seminars

    Seminar presented on 31 March 2020 10:00 CET https://openplantpathology.org/publication/31-mar-2020-susann-auer/ Abstract Clubroot disease (Plasmodio...

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  • The diversity and molecular evolution of plant defence against pathogens in nature. Open Plant Pathology Virtual Seminars.

    Stam
    Seminar presented on 6 April 2020 10:00 CET https://openplantpathology.org/virtual_seminars/2020-04-06-remco-stam/ Abstract Plant pathogen defence re...

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  • How the study of necrotrophic effectors advanced our understanding of the enigmatic PR-1 protein. Open Plant Pathology Virtual Seminars

    Solomon
    Seminar presented on 20 April 2020 10:00 AEST https://openplantpathology.org/virtual_seminars/2020-04-20-peter-solomon/ It had long been thought that...

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  • The ongoing pandemic of Tropical Race 4 threatens global banana production. Open Plant Pathology Virtual Seminars

    Fusarium wilt of banana decimated Gros Michel banana production in the previous century. After years of muddling through, there remained just one solu...

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  • Technology driven cassava pest management. Open Plant Pathology Virtual Seminars

    Seminar presented on May 4 2020

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  • cpn60UT: the perfect marker to identify and characterize phytoplasmas? Open Plant Pathology Virtual Seminars

    Pèrez-Lòpez
    Seminar presented on June 1st 2020 https://openplantpathology.org/virtual_seminars/2020-05-18-edel-lopez/ Abstract Phytoplasmas taxonomy is very com...

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  • Effectiveness and expression of resistance in maize to isolates of Puccinia sorghi from Eastern Australia

    Quade
    Seminar presented on 14 September 2020 20:00 AEST https://openplantpathology.org/virtual_seminars/2020-09-14-aurelie_quade/ The vulnerability of the ...

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  • Deciphering the origin of powdery mildews in Australia. Implications for plant biosecurity

    Kiss
    Powdery mildews are widespread obligate biotrophic fungal plant pathogens, comprising over 900 species that infect more than 10,000 plant species glob...

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  • The elusive long-read fungal sequence: how to minION like a pro (when you’ve never done it before)

    The rapid development of microbial genome sequencing methods in the last decade has revolutionized whole genome sequencing and has become the standard...

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  • Design and Application of Specific PCR Ramularia collo-cygni detection Identifying fungicide resistance in Pyrenophora teres

    Presentation by Dr Noel Knight for the University of Southern Queensland Centre for Crop Health (USQ CCH) seminar series on using PCR for identifying ...

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  • Climate change will create winners and losers in the fight against plant disease

    Slides for a presentation delivered by Associate Prof. Adam H. Sparks, DPIRD and USQ, and Dr. Paul Melloy, USQ, to CHaBits (Consortium for Heat and Bi...

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  • Fusarium wilt of banana – an inevitable disease

    Professor Elizabeth Aitken presents her group's work on Fusarium wilt, particularly on banana where host resistance, pathogen diversity and etiology a...

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  • A Tale of Two Crop Diseases

    Solman
    Seminar given by Dr. Araz Solman from the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries. Short abstract: Research into plant-pathogen interaction...

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  • Rubber leaf drop - in defence of Pestalotiopsis

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    Seminar given by Dr. Anthony Young for the CCH-USQ Seminar Series. Dr. Young is a Senior Lecturer in Crop Protection at The University of Queensland, ...

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