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 APS News Capsule

June 6, 2019
 
 
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for June 6, 2019
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2019 Election Results Announced
2019 APS Election Results: Congratulations to Amy Charkowski and David Gent!
 
APS is pleased to announce that members elected Amy O. Charkowski and David Gent to serve terms as APS Vice President and Councilor-at-Large, respectively. These new officers will take their place on APS Council following Plant Health 2019.
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Network analysis by Sun and colleagues reveals an intimate connection between nutrient sensing and surface sensing in Magnaporthe germ tube morphogenesis. Their results describe a collapsible subnetwork involving the TOR and cPKA pathways that modulates germ tube plasticity and adds to our understanding of cell cycle regulation, autophagy control, and appressorial formation.
 
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In fall of 2017, the leaves of phasey bean plants in Homestead, Florida, showed white, powdery fungal growth. Poudel and Zhang conducted phylogenetic analysis and performed Koch’s postulates to confirm the fungal growth was caused by Erysiphe fallax. To our knowledge, this is the first report of E. fallax in phasey bean worldwide.

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Nearly 30 leading phytobiomes researchers collaborate to present a series of perspectives on current and future phytobiome management considerations across the different components of the phytobiomes in this Phytobiomes Journal white paper. 

 
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