Das AUACCC-bindende Protein Khd4 kontrolliert Morphogenese und Pathogenität in Ustilago maydis

Der phytopathogene Basidiomyzet Ustilago maydis ist der Erreger des Maisbeulenbrandes. Für eine erfolgreiche Infektion der Wirtspflanze Zea mays ist die Bildung eines dikaryotischen Filaments erforderlich. Erst in diesem Stadium kann der Pilz die Pflanzenoberfläche penetrieren und die Tumorbildung i...

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