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03/2015

Dessication survival mediated by abscisic-acid dependent stomatal closure - Current Biology

Methyl jasmonate tomato seed-priming induces resistance to a fungal infection - Journal of Plant Physiology

Enhanced susceptibility to virus infections mediated by dark-inducible senescence-associated genes - Molecular Plant Pathology

Primary cell walls lignified? Yes, it´s feasible - Journal of Integrative Plant Biology

Gas emissions in a fallow-wheat rotation system under low nitrogen input and conventional tillage - Science of the Total Environment

Epigenomics relevance in shaping up plant genomes - Nature Plants

Similar potassium channels are used by plants and animals to sense the environment - European Journal of Physiology

Population genomics of the legume-Rhizobium leguminosarum symbiosis - Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions

Tomato and Arabidopsis respond differentially to spider mite (Tetranychus urtciae) attack - Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions

Characterization of the Rhizobium leguminosarum nickel permease HupE - Metallomics

02/2015

The complete genome sequence of an indigenous olive endophyte bacterium, a biocontrol agent - Standards in Genomic Sciences

01/2015

Tillage practice influence on gas emission of vetch cropping systems - Biology and Fertility of Soils

How ecosystem simplification influences plant virus emergence - Current Opinion in Virology

Measles virus genetic evolution throughout an imported epidemic outbreak in a highly vaccinated population - Virus Research

Role of bacterial chemoreceptors in the perception of compounds released in plant wounds - Molecular Plant Pathology

Characterization of a pathogenicity-related protein that regulates in planta growth in the rice blast fungus - Nucleic Acids Research

What steps in metagenomic sample preparation lead to quantitative biases in the result? - Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

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