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   Sclerotiniaceae 

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   Ciborinia allii 
   Ciborinia bifrons 
   Ciborinia bresadolae 
   Ciborinia camelliae 
   Ciborinia candolleana 
   Ciborinia ciborium 
   Ciborinia confundens 
   Ciborinia davidsoniana 
   Ciborinia erythronii 
   Ciborinia foliicola 
   Ciborinia gracilipes 
   Ciborinia gracilis 
   Ciborinia hemisphaerica 
   Ciborinia hirsuta 
   Ciborinia hirtella 
   Ciborinia jinggangensis 
   Ciborinia megaspora 
   Ciborinia pseudobifrons 
   Ciborinia seaveri 
   Ciborinia trillii 
   Ciborinia violae 
   Ciborinia whetzelii 
   Ciborinia wisconsinensis 
 
 
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1.  Camellia Plant Resistance and Susceptibility to Petal Blight Disease Are Defined by the Timing of Defense Responses.LinkIT
Kondratev N, Denton-Giles M, Bradshaw RE, Cox MP, Dijkwel PP
Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI, 2020
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2.  Conservation and expansion of a necrosis-inducing small secreted protein family from host-variable phytopathogens of the Sclerotiniaceae.LinkIT
Denton-Giles M, McCarthy H, Sehrish T, Dijkwel Y, Mesarich CH, Bradshaw RE, Cox MP, Dijkwel PP
Molecular plant pathology, 2020
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3.  Ciborinia camelliae (Sclerotiniaceae) induces variable plant resistance responses in selected species of Camellia.LinkIT
Denton-Giles M, Bradshaw RE, Dijkwel PP
Phytopathology, 2013
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4.  A new species of Ceratophysella (Collembola: Hypogastruridae) from Japan, with notes on its DNA barcode and a key to Japanese species in the genus.LinkIT
Nakamori T
Zootaxa, 2013
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5.  Structural and functional characterization of the GalNAc/Gal-specific lectin from the phytopathogenic ascomycete Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Lib.) de Bary.LinkIT
Candy L, Van Damme EJ, Peumans WJ, Menu-Bouaouiche L, Erard M, Rougé P
Biochemical and biophysical research communications, 2003
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6.  Purification and properties of a lectin from ascomycete mushroom, Ciborinia camelliae.LinkIT
Otta Y, Amano K, Nishiyama K, Ando A, Ogawa S, Nagata Y
Phytochemistry, 2002
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7.  Proof for the Occurrence of Flower Blight Caused by Ciborinia camelliae in Italy.LinkIT
Garibaldi A, Gilardi G, Bertetti D, Gullino ML
Plant disease, 2001
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8.  Molecular phylogeny and evolution of Monilinia (Sclerotiniaceae) based on coding and noncoding rDNA sequences.LinkIT
Holst-Jensen A, Kohn L, Jakobsen K, Schumacher T
American journal of botany, 1997
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