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for May 9, 2019
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Phytobiomes Journal Accepted by Scopus
 
Congratulations to our fellow members and colleagues who have been selected to receive APS awards in honor of their contributions to the science of plant pathology! These awards will be presented at Plant Health 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio. Read about the many accomplishments of this year's awardees.
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Li and colleagues examine the fungal cell biology of Magnaporthe oryzae pathogenesis. They demonstrate that Actin Binding Protein1 plays a central role, acting as a scaffold to physically connect actin patches with Actin Regulating Kinase1 and MoCAP1 and thus linking actin assembly and endocytosis in a process essential to pathogenesis.
 
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Kandel et al. suggest that planting resistant cultivars can be effective in managing sudden death syndrome (caused by Fusarium virguliforme) but that tillage is not an effective management strategy.

Read Plant Health Progress
 
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Kaminsky et al. evaluate a common soil microbiome conditioned under different phosphorus (P) nutrient regimes to determine how it responds to changing nutrients. Interestingly, the microbiome from the high P condition didn’t change with the nutrients, which resulted in poorer plant performance. This finding could have implications for agriculture if excessive P is used.

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