Selected Papers from the 15th European Fusarium Seminar
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Interests: plant–pathogen interactions; biocontrol; endophytic fungi; green leaf volatiles (GLVs); biogenic volatile compounds (BVOCs); plant defense priming; plant hormones; phenomics; genome-editing in fungi; plant defense pathways; biodegradation of mycotoxins; mycotoxin prediction and modelling; bioassays to assess toxicity of trichothecenes and their derivatives
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The 15th European Fusarium Seminar, organized by Ghent University, will be held online from May 31 to June 1, 2021.
Fusarium is one of the most important plant pathogenic fungal genera. Economic losses both in monocots and eudicots are due to direct yield losses as well as due to the presence of toxic metabolites called mycotoxins that are produced by many species within the Fusarium genus. The challenges in Fusarium research are still enormous due to the frequency, complexity and variability in the occurrence of this pathogen.
We would like to welcome you to the 15th edition of the European Fusarium Seminar. The program includes oral and poster presentations on topics that provide new insights into the different Fusarium research fields: Fusarium–Host Interactions, Integrated and Innovative Fusarium Management, Secondary Metabolites, Non-Cereal Plant Fusarium Interactions, Population Genetics and New Technologies.
The Symposium welcomes participants from industry, government, as well as academia. Only through our multidisciplinary efforts and concerted actions, can we further progress and expect solutions in the Fusarium research field. This Special Issue aims to bring together active researchers to present their current work. For additional information on the Seminar which you may find useful, please follow: http://en.mytox.be/conferences/
Prof. Dr. Kris Audenaert
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- Fusarium population genetics
- mitigation strategies
- new technologies
- plant–host interactions
- Fusarium interacting with non-cereal hosts