Symposium: Vector biology: Interactions between insect vectors and plant pathogens
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Many plant pathogens such as viruses and bacteria cause significant losses in agricultural crops and rely on insect vectors for transmission. Vector-borne plant pathogens interact with their insect vectors in a variety of ways at the biological and molecular levels. Significant progress in many pathogen-vector systems and the identification of mechanisms, genes, and proteins that participate in those interactions has been made in recent years. We propose a symposium to communicate the cutting edge-findings in the area of vector biology and the transmission of vector-borne plant pathogens.
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