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Results for Query ‹ Plant disease risk

Expanding the Paradigms of Plant Pathogen Life History and Evolution of Parasitic Fitness beyond Agricultural Boundaries – Introduction

Vascular Epiphytic Medicinal Plants as Sources of Therapeutic Agents: Their Ethnopharmacological Uses, Chemical Composition, and Biological Activities – 4.2. Non-Infectious/Degenerative Disease-Related Therapy

Endophytes: A Treasure House of Bioactive Compounds of Medicinal Importance – Introduction

Traditional uses of medicinal plants used by Indigenous communities for veterinary practices at Bajaur Agency, Pakistan – Pharmacological evidences

Traditional uses of medicinal plants used by Indigenous communities for veterinary practices at Bajaur Agency, Pakistan – Current study, one health concept, and changing environment

Endophytes: A Treasure House of Bioactive Compounds of Medicinal Importance – Recent Developments in the Field of Microbiome Research

Does Pathogen Spillover from Commercially Reared Bumble Bees Threaten Wild Pollinators? – Introduction

Medicinal plants – prophylactic and therapeutic options for gastrointestinal and respiratory diseases in calves and piglets? A systematic review – Background

Melatonin is responsible for rice resistance to rice stripe virus infection through a nitric oxide-dependent pathway – Introduction

Association and Host Selectivity in Multi-Host Pathogens – Introduction

Vascular Epiphytic Medicinal Plants as Sources of Therapeutic Agents: Their Ethnopharmacological Uses, Chemical Composition, and Biological Activities – 4.1. Infectious Disease Therapy

Rapid detection of potyviruses from crude plant extracts – Introduction

Recent advances in biosynthesis of bioactive compounds in traditional Chinese medicinal plants – Introduction

Does Pathogen Spillover from Commercially Reared Bumble Bees Threaten Wild Pollinators? – Observed spillover of pathogens from commercial to wild bumble bees

Biodiversity, traditional medicine and public health: where do they meet? – Sanitary Concerns

Generation of Phaseolus vulgaris ESTs and investigation of their regulation upon Uromyces appendiculatus infection – Background

The Microbial Rosetta Stone Database: A compilation of global and emerging infectious microorganisms and bioterrorist threat agents – Food-borne pathogens

Field pathogenomics reveals the emergence of a diverse wheat yellow rust population – Background

Harnessed viruses in the age of metagenomics and synthetic biology: an update on infectious clone assembly and biotechnologies of plant viruses – Introduction

Medicinal plants – prophylactic and therapeutic options for gastrointestinal and respiratory diseases in calves and piglets? A systematic review – Conclusions

Expanding the Paradigms of Plant Pathogen Life History and Evolution of Parasitic Fitness beyond Agricultural Boundaries – Paradigms of Evolution of Virulence in Human “Environmental Pathogens”

First Discovery of Acetone Extract from Cottonseed Oil Sludge as a Novel Antiviral Agent against Plant Viruses – Discussion

First Discovery of Acetone Extract from Cottonseed Oil Sludge as a Novel Antiviral Agent against Plant Viruses – Introduction

Zoonotic Diseases and Phytochemical Medicines for Microbial Infections in Veterinary Science: Current State and Future Perspective – Risk of zoonotic bacterial infection and veterinary health impact