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    • genomics: 1,438 (rank: 8,299 (tie) out of 28,620)
    • plant biology: 1,915 (rank: 433 out of 8,177)

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An N-terminal motif in NLR immune receptors is functionally conserved across distantly related plant species

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Crowdsourced analysis of ash and ash dieback through the Open Ash Dieback project: A year 1 report on datasets and analyses contributed by a self-organising community.

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In planta expression screens of candidate effector proteins from the wheat yellow rust fungus reveal processing bodies as a pathogen-targeted plant cell compartment

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The MoT3 assay does not distinguish between Magnaporthe oryzae wheat and rice blast isolates from Bangladesh

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