Quiescent and necrotrophic
lifestyle choice during postharvest disease development.
It is well established that biosynthesis and signaling of ethylene (ET) and jasmonic acid (JA) are essential for plant defense responses toward necrotrophic
pathogens [17, 18, 39-41].
Genetic effect of differentially regulated fungal response genes on resistance to necrotrophic
fungal pathogens in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.).
2003) and necrotrophic
fungi such as Rhizoctonia within rotting roots (Refshauge et al.
Other topics include (for example) global food security; contrasting mechanisms of defense against biotrophic and necrotrophic
pathogens; and the commercialization and implementation of biocontrol products.
Winter], and a necrotrophic
Ascomycete [Ramularia rubella (Bonord.) Nannf.] (Hatcher and Paul, 2000).
Botrytis is a necrotrophic
pathogen, meaning it obtains nutrients from dead cells.
fragariae might be hemibiotrophic (obtaining nutrients from living cells before becoming necrotrophic
[obtaining its nutrients from host cells it had previously killed]) while C.
It is a host-alternating, necrotrophic
fungus that causes pine twist rust on current-year shoots of Scots pine, especially seedlings and young trees.
Licensed to kill: the lifestyle of a necrotrophic
Subcuticular-intracellular hemibiotrophic and intercellular necrotrophic
development of Colletotrichum acutatum on almond.
Noval B, Perez E, Martinez B, Leon O, Martinez-Gallardo N, Delano-Frier J (2007) Exogenous systemin has a contrasting effect on disease resistance in mycorrhizal tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) plants infected with necrotrophic
or hemibiotrophic pathogens.