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Journal of Plant Biology and Agriculture Sciences

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Concerns about Stripe Rust

Author(s): Karim Marodan*

In the 21st 100 years, the wheat stripe rust parasite has developed to be the biggest biotic limit to worldwide wheat creation. New microorganism genotypes are more forceful and ready to contaminate beforehand safe wheat assortments, prompting quick microbe relocation across and between landmasses. We currently realize the full life cycle, micro evolutionary connections and past movement courses on a worldwide scale. Current sequencing advances have given the primary parasitic draft genomes and improved on plant obstruction quality cloning. However, we don't know anything about the sub-atomic and micro evolutionary instruments that work with the disease interaction and cause new obliterating microbe races. These are the issues that should be tended to by taking advantage of the collaborations between clever 21st century science instruments and many years of devoted pathology work.

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