The rapid and highly sophisticated adaptation of asexual pathogens

The answer to how fungi that only multiple vegetatively adapt so quickly to the immune system of plants appears to lie in the way how the DNA of an asexual pathogen can rapidly adapt due to 'jumping genes' and also genetic modification that is prevalent in nature, Wagingen Unviersity researchers have found.

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