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Identification of Plasmodiophora brassicae Wor. isolate suppressing clubroot resistance in ‘Kilaxy’ F1 white cabbage

niczak J., Niem ann J., Jajor E., Brachaczek A., Kaczmarek J., Książczyk T., 2012. The incidence of clubroot on winter oilseed rape in Poland and the search for sources of genetic resistance in interspecific hybrids and mutants within the genus Brassica. Abstracs 31th Scientific Conference Oilseed Crops, Poznań, 49-51. Kageyama K., Asano T., 2009. Life cycle of Plasmodiophora brassicae. J. Plant Growth Regul. 28: 203-211. Laszczak P., Szczep onek A., Wesołowska M., Michalik B., 2006. Comparison of virulence of Polish Plasmodiophora

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Presence of Meloidogyne enterolobii on Jalapeño pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) in Sinaloa, Mexico

carrying dominant genes conferring resistance to the three major species of RKNs on tomato ( Mi-1 ), potato ( Mh ), soybeans (Mir1) and pepper (N and Tabasco) ( Castagnone-Sereno, 2012 ). Meloidogyne enterolobii has been detected in Africa, Europe, USA, Central and South America ( Brito et al ., 2007 ; Moens et al., 2009 ; Castagnone-Sereno, 2012 ); and recently was first reported in Mexico parasitizing watermelon (Veracruz state) and tomato plants (Sinaloa state) ( Ramirez-Suarez et al ., 2014 ; Martinez et al ., 2015 ); however, its presence in other crops

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The evolutionary ecology of interactive synchronism: the illusion of the optimal phenotype

References Abbate, L., Kada, S. & Lion, S. (2015) Beyond mortality: sterility as a neglected component of parasite virulence. PLoS Pathogenes, 11, 1-10. Abrams, P.A. (2006) The effects of switching behavior on the evolutionary diversification of generalist consumers. American Naturalist, 168, 645-659. Amos, W. & Hardwood, J. (1998) Factors affecting levels of genetic diversity in natural populations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences, 353, 177

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Identification and intraspecific variability of Steinernema feltiae (Filipjev, 1934) isolates from different localities in Poland

species with traditional method remains difficult and in many instances only the analysis of DNA sequences from species in question can provide an accurate identification ( Liu & Berry, 1995 ). Internal transcribed spacer regions of the ribosomal DNA (rDNA) tandem repeat unit (ITS1 – 5.8S –ITS2) are required to species identification and in phylogenetic studies ( Nguyen et al ., 2001 ; Stock et al ., 2001 ; Hominick, 2002 ; Spiridonow et al ., 2004 ). The ITS region gene sequences has also been used to study among- and intra-population variability of Steinernema

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Biomolecular changes and cortical neurodegenerative lesions in Trichinella spiralis infected BALB/c mice: a preliminary study elucidating a potential relationship between systemic helminthic infections and idiopathic Parkinson’s

): Presence Of Reactive Microglia In Monkey Substantia Nigra Years After 1-Methyl- 4-Phenyl-1,2,3,6-Tetrahydropyridine Administration. Ann. Neurol., 54(5): 599 - 604. Doi: 10.1002/Ana.10728 Masocha, W., Kristensson, K. (2012): Passage Of Parasites Across The Blood-Brain Barrier. Virulence, 3(2): 202 - 212. Doi: 10.4161/Viru.19178 Medeiros, M.S., Schumacher-Schuh, A., Cardoso, A.M., Bochi, G.V., Baldissarelli, J., Kegler, A., Santana, D., Chaves, C.M., Schetinger, M.R., Moresco, R.N., Rieder, C.R., Fighera, M.R. (2016): Iron And Oxidative

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Detrimental effects of geldanamycin on adults and larvae of Trichinella spiralis

parasites protect themselves against the host by activating various evasion mechanisms including HSP synthesis ( Buchmeier & Heffron, 1990 ). Apparently, HSPs play specific functions in differentiation of parasites, in protection from the host killing mechanisms, including free radicals, and even in virulence ( Devaney, 2006 ). Heat shock protein 90 (HSP90) functions as a part of a multi-protein complex that promotes the folding and stability of client proteins. It is essential for survival of nematodes as confirmed in Brugia malayi ( Selkirk et al ., 1989

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