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Synonyms:
   Microbotryum violaceum 
   Uredo violacea 
   Ustilago violacea 

Broader Terms:
   Microbotryales 
   Microbotryum 
   Uredo 
   Ustilago 
 
 
Latest Articles on Microbotryum violaceum from uBioRSS
Microbotryum silenes-saxifragae sp. nov. sporulating in the anthers of Sile... - PubMed: nov sp species
Bioactive Polyoxygenated Steroids from the South China Sea Soft Coral, Sarc... - PubMed: species


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1.  Mitochondrial Inheritance in Phytopathogenic Fungi-Everything Is Known, or Is It?LinkIT
Mendoza H, Perlin MH, Schirawski J
International journal of molecular sciences, 2020
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2.  The smut fungi of Greenland.LinkIT
Denchev TT, Knudsen H, Denchev CM
MycoKeys, 2020
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3.  "When worlds collide and smuts converge": Tales from the 1st International Ustilago/Smut Convergence.LinkIT
Saville BJ, Perlin MH
Fungal genetics and biology : FG & B, 2019
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4.  Co-occurrence among three divergent plant-castrating fungi in the same Silene host species.LinkIT
Abbate JL, Gladieux P, Hood ME, de Vienne DM, Antonovics J, Snirc A, Giraud T
Molecular ecology, 2018
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5.  New 1,3-benzodioxin-4-ones from Synnemapestaloides ericacearum sp. nov., a biosynthetic link to remarkable compounds within the Xylariales.LinkIT
Tanney JB, Renaud JB, Miller JD, McMullin DR
PloS one, 2018
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6.  Identification and Initial Characterization of the Effectors of an Anther Smut Fungus and Potential Host Target Proteins.LinkIT
Kuppireddy VS, Uversky VN, Toh SS, Tsai MC, Beckerson WC, Cahill C, Carman B, Perlin MH
International journal of molecular sciences, 2017
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7.  Co-occurrence and hybridization of anther-smut pathogens specialized on Dianthus hosts.LinkIT
Petit E, Silver C, Cornille A, Gladieux P, Rosenthal L, Bruns E, Yee S, Antonovics J, Giraud T, Hood ME
Molecular ecology, 2017
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8.  Widespread selective sweeps throughout the genome of model plant pathogenic fungi and identification of effector candidates.LinkIT
Badouin H, Gladieux P, Gouzy J, Siguenza S, Aguileta G, Snirc A, Le Prieur S, Jeziorski C, Branca A, Giraud T
Molecular ecology, 2017
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9.  Transcriptional analysis of mating and pre-infection stages of the anther smut, Microbotryum lychnidis-dioicae.LinkIT
Toh SS, Chen Z, Schultz DJ, Cuomo CA, Perlin MH
Microbiology (Reading, England), 2017
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10.  Production of antifungal and antiinsectan metabolites by the Picea endophyte Diaporthe maritima sp. nov.LinkIT
Tanney JB, McMullin DR, Green BD, Miller JD, Seifert KA
Fungal biology, 2016
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