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  • Whole and partial genome sequences are becoming available at an ever-increasing pace. For many plant pathogen systems, we are moving into the era of genome resequencing. The first Phytophthora genomes, P. ramorum and P. sojae, became available in 2004, followed shortly by P. infestans in 2006. Availability of whole genome sequences has provided rapid and immediate advances in several areas also resulting in many practical applications and critical new insights. Availability of comparative genome data facilitated discovery of new classes of effectors, such as the RxLR-dEER and crinkler effector families. Genome data also enabled development of molecular markers for population genomic approaches that provided critical new insights into the evolutionary history of species and clades of Phytophthora. Several select examples of advances resulting from comparative genomic approaches in a concerted effort of the Oomycete research community are reviewed.
  • Des séquences entières ou partielles de génomes deviennent de plus en plus accessibles. En ce qui concerne plusieurs systèmes plante-agent pathogène, nous abordons l’ère du recéquençage du génome. Les premiers génomes de Phytophthora, P. ramorum et P. sojae, ont été disponibles à partir de 2004, suivis de près par celui de P. infestans en 2006. L’accessibilité à des séquences génomiques entières a favorisé des progrès rapides dans plusieurs domaines, ce qui a engendré des applications pratiques et ouvert de nouvelles perspectives stimulantes. La disponibilité des données comparatives sur le génome a facilité la découverte de nouvelles classes d’effecteurs comme le RxLR-dEER et les familles d’effecteurs crinkler. Les données sur le génome ont aussi permis le développement de marqueurs moléculaires particuliers aux approches en génomique des populations qui fournissent de nouvelles idées séduisantes sur l’histoire évolutive des espèces et des variantes de Phytophthora. Plusieurs exemples typiques de progrès, consécutifs aux approches en génomique comparative et à l’action concertée du milieu de la recherche sur les Oomycètes, sont passés en revue.
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  • Grunwald, N. (2012). Genome sequences of phytophthora enable translational plant disease management and accelerate research. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology-Revue Canadienne de Phytopathologie, 34(1), 13-19. doi: 10.1080/07060661.2012.664568
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