Plant Infectious Diseases

Plants developing infectious diseases include organisms such as viruses, virus-like organisms, spiroplasms, oomycetes, fungi parasitic plants and nematodes. Common pathogenic infection methods are toxins, cell wall degrading enzymes, cell wall degrading enzymes. There are various cases of obliterating plant disease impacts such as chestnut blight and Irish potato starvation, as well as recurrent severe plant diseases like citrus canker, rice blast and soybean cyst nematode.

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