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Glucosylation prevents plant defense activation in phloem-feeding insects.

Osnat Malka, Michael L A E Easson, Christian Paetz, Monika Götz, Michael Reichelt, Beate Stein, Katrin Luck, Aleksa Stanišić, Ksenia Juravel, Diego Santos-Garcia, Lilach L Mondaca, Simon Springate, John Colvin, Stephan Winter, Jonathan Gershenzon, Shai Morin, Daniel G Vassão,

The metabolic adaptations by which phloem-feeding insects counteract plant defense compounds are poorly known. Two-component plant defenses, such as glucosinolates, consist of a glucosylated protoxin that is activated by a glycoside hydrolase upon plant damage. Phloem-feeding herbivores are not generally believed to be negatively impacted by two-component defenses due to ... Read more >>

Nat Chem Biol (Nature chemical biology)
[2020, :]

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Resistance Against Cassava Brown Streak Viruses From Africa in Cassava Germplasm From South America.

Samar Sheat, Bettina Fuerholzner, Beate Stein, Stephan Winter,

Cassava brown streak disease (CBSD) is a severe virus disease of cassava and prevalent in the eastern regions of Africa. The disease is characterized by distinct vein chlorosis and streak symptoms on leaves and stems and necrosis of storage roots. This necrosis can encompass large areas of the root, rendering ... Read more >>

(Frontiers in plant science)
[2019, 10:567]

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Analysis of cassava brown streak viruses reveals the presence of distinct virus species causing cassava brown streak disease in East Africa.

Stephan Winter, Marianne Koerbler, Beate Stein, Agnes Pietruszka, Martina Paape, Anja Butgereitt,

Cassava brown streak virus (CBSV) isolates were analysed from symptomatic cassava collected between 1997 and 2008 in the major cultivation regions of East Africa. An analysis of complete RNA genomes of seven isolates from Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Uganda and Malawi revealed a common genome structure, but the isolates clearly clustered ... Read more >>

J. Gen. Virol. (The Journal of general virology)
[2010, 91(Pt 5):1365-1372]

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