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    Combating a Global Threat to a Clonal Crop: Banana Black Sigatoka Pathogen Pseudocercospora fijiensis Genomes Reveal Clues for Disease Control
    with R. E. Arango Isaza, C. Diaz-Trujillo, B. Dhillon, A. Aerts, J. Carlier, C. F. Crane, Jong T. V. De, I. de Vries, R. Dietrich, A. D. Farmer, C. Fortes Fereira, S. Garcia, R. C. Hamelin, E. A. Lindquist, R. Mehrabi, O. Quiros, J. Schmutz, H. Shapiro, E. Reynolds, G. Scalliet, M. Souza, I. Stergiopoulos, T. A. J. Van der Lee, Pjgm de Wit, M. F. Zapater, L. H. Zwiers, Grigoriev IV, S. B. Goodwin, and G. H. J. Kema
    © 2016 Public Library of Science. All rights reserved.Black Sigatoka or black leaf streak disease, caused by the Dothideomycete fungus Pseudocercospora fijiensis, is the most significant foliar disease of banana worldwide. Due to the lack of effective host resistance, management of this disease requires frequent fungicide applications, which greatly increase the economic and environmental costs to produce banana. Weekly applications in most banana plantations lead to rapid evolution of fungicide…Read more