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  • n. Plural form of pathovar.


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  • It is a diverse species with both commensal forms and pathogenic forms, many of the latter falling into well-defined pathovars

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  • Pta and other pathovars with respect to the arsenal of T3SS effectors at their disposal for use against the host plant.

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  • Comparisons of these have led to the identification of core effector gene sets and to explain some of the differences in host-specificity between pathovars.

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  • DC3000A, albeit with several deletions and insertions, suggesting that these effector genes are ancestral to the divergence of the pathovars and have been lost in

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  • This was surprising since HopAF1 was conserved in the three previously sequenced pathovars

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