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Author: Fanny E. Hartmann

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A population-level invasion by transposable elements in a fungal pathogen

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A fungal avirulence factor encoded in a highly plastic genomic region triggers partial resistance to septoria tritici blotch

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Transposable element insertions shape gene regulation and melanin production in a fungal pathogen

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Congruent population genetic structures and divergence histories in anther-smut fungi and their host plants Silene italica and the S. nutans species complex

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