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Mwape, V., Khoo, K.H.P., Chen, K., Khentry, Y., Newman, T.E., Derbyshire, M.C., Mather, D.E., Kamphuis, L.G. (2022) "Identification of Sclerotinia stem rot resistance quantitative trait loci in a chickpea (Cicer arietinum) recombinant inbred line population" Functional Plant Biology DOI:

Derbyshire, M.C., Newman, T.E., Khentry, Y., Taiwo, A. (2022) "The evolutionary and molecular features of the broad-host-range plant pathogen Sclerotinia sclerotiorum" Molecular Plant Pathology DOI:

John, E., Jacques, S., Phan, H.T., Liu, L., Pereira, D., Croll, D., Singh, K.B., Oliver, R.P., Tan, K.C. "Variability in an effector gene promoter of a necrotrophic fungal pathogen dictates epistasis and effector-triggered susceptibility in wheat" PLOS Pathogens DOI:

Henares, B.M., Debler, J.W., Farfan-Caceres, L.M., Grime, C.R., Syme, R.A., Blake, S.N., Herdina., Davidson, J.A., Oliver, R.P., Singh, K.B., Kamphuis, L.G., Lee, R.C. "The novel avirulence effector AlAvr1 from Ascochyta lentis mediates host cultivar specificity of ascochyta blight in lentil" Molecular Plant Pathology DOI:

Severn-Ellis, A.A., Schoeman, M.H., Bayer, P.E., Hane, J.K., Rees, D.J.G., Edwards, D., Batley, J. (2022) "Genome Analysis of the Broad Host Range Necrotroph Nalanthamala psidii Highlights Genes Associated With Virulence" Frontiers in Plant Science DOI:

Shi, G.S., Kariyawasam, G., Liu, S., Leng, Y., Zhong, S., Ali, S., Moolhuijzen, P., Moffat, C.S., Rasmussen, J.B., Friesen, T.L., Faris, J.D., Liu, Z. (2022) "A conserved hypothetical gene is required but not sufficient for Ptr ToxC production in Pyrenophora tritici-repentis" Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions DOI:


Knight, N.L., Moslemi, A., Begum, F., Dodhia, K.N., Covarelli, L., Hills, A.L., Lopez-Ruiz, F.J. (2021) "Detection of Ramularia collo‚Äźcygni from barley in Australia using triplex quantitative and droplet digital PCR" Pest Management Science. DOI:

Harper, L.A., Paton, S., Hall, B., McKay S., Oliver, R.P., Lopez-Ruiz, F.J. (2021) "Fungicide resistance characterised across seven chemical classes in a Botrytis cinerea population isolated from Australian vineyards " Pest Management Science. DOI:

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