What are a blackleg disease and its reasons?

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This hemibiotrophic fungal pathogen is the causal agent of blackleg disease in B. napus (canola, oilseed rape), which causes a significant global yield loss. B. napus are the second-highest produced oilseed crop worldwide and is under constant threat of the blackleg disease. This underscores the economic effects of L. maculans. According to Hiruma, IGSLs is required for resistance against hemibiotrophic fungi. However, their role in the B. napus – L. maculans pathosystem was unclear at...
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