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A novel Meloidogyne incognita chorismate mutase effector suppresses plant immunity by manipulating the salicylic acid pathway and functions mainly during the early stages of nematode parasitism

TitleA novel Meloidogyne incognita chorismate mutase effector suppresses plant immunity by manipulating the salicylic acid pathway and functions mainly during the early stages of nematode parasitism
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsWang X, Xue DBJ, Qin LXL, Chi Y, Jones JT, Li H
JournalPlant Pathology
Volume67
Pagination1436-1448

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