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Sarah Gurr
Sarah Gurr
Professor of Food Security, Exeter University
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Emerging fungal threats to animal, plant and ecosystem health
MC Fisher, D Henk, CJ Briggs, JS Brownstein, LC Madoff, SL McCraw, ...
Nature 484 (7393), 186-194, 2012
26882012
Genome expansion and gene loss in powdery mildew fungi reveal tradeoffs in extreme parasitism
PD Spanu, JC Abbott, J Amselem, TA Burgis, DM Soanes, K Stüber, ...
Science 330 (6010), 1543-1546, 2010
7972010
Worldwide emergence of resistance to antifungal drugs challenges human health and food security
MC Fisher, NJ Hawkins, D Sanglard, SJ Gurr
Science 360 (6390), 739-742, 2018
7312018
Crop pests and pathogens move polewards in a warming world
DP Bebber, MAT Ramotowski, SJ Gurr
Nature climate change 3 (11), 985-988, 2013
7242013
The structure and organization of nuclear genes of filamentous fungi
SJ GURR
Gene structure in eukaryotic microbes, 93-139, 1987
7041987
Pathogens and insect herbivores drive rainforest plant diversity and composition
R Bagchi, RE Gallery, S Gripenberg, SJ Gurr, L Narayan, CE Addis, ...
Nature 506 (7486), 85-88, 2014
5872014
Against the grain: safeguarding rice from rice blast disease
P Skamnioti, SJ Gurr
Trends in biotechnology 27 (3), 141-150, 2009
5662009
Engineering plants with increased disease resistance: what are we going to express?
SJ Gurr, PJ Rushton
Trends in biotechnology 23 (6), 275-282, 2005
4102005
The global spread of crop pests and pathogens
DP Bebber, T Holmes, SJ Gurr
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (12), 1398-1407, 2014
3752014
The impact of Septoria tritici Blotch disease on wheat: An EU perspective
H Fones, S Gurr
Fungal genetics and biology 79, 3-7, 2015
3392015
Designer laccases: a vogue for high-potential fungal enzymes?
CJ Rodgers, CF Blanford, SR Giddens, P Skamnioti, FA Armstrong, ...
Trends in biotechnology 28 (2), 63-72, 2010
3072010
Isolation and characterisation of the crnA-niiA-niaD gene cluster for nitrate assimilation in Aspergillus nidulans
IL Johnstone, PC McCabe, P Greaves, SJ Gurr, GE Cole, MAD Brow, ...
Gene 90 (2), 181-192, 1990
2651990
Magnaporthe grisea Cutinase2 Mediates Appressorium Differentiation and Host Penetration and Is Required for Full Virulence
P Skamnioti, SJ Gurr
The Plant Cell 19 (8), 2674-2689, 2007
2122007
Comparative Genome Analysis of Trichophyton rubrum and Related Dermatophytes Reveals Candidate Genes Involved in Infection
DA Martinez, BG Oliver, Y Gräser, JM Goldberg, W Li, NM Martinez-Rossi, ...
MBio 3 (5), e00259-12, 2012
2092012
The role of cutinase in germling development and infection byErysiphe graminisf. sp. hordei
SA Francis, FM Dewey, SJ Gurr
Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 49 (3), 201-211, 1996
1561996
Crop-destroying fungal and oomycete pathogens challenge global food security
DP Bebber, SJ Gurr
Fungal Genetics and Biology 74, 62-64, 2015
1492015
The tomato powdery mildew fungus Oidium neolycopersici
H Jones, JM Whipps, SJ Gurr
Molecular Plant Pathology 2 (6), 303-309, 2001
1482001
Threats posed by the fungal kingdom to humans, wildlife, and agriculture
MC Fisher, SJ Gurr, CA Cuomo, DS Blehert, H Jin, EH Stukenbrock, ...
MBio 11 (3), e00449-20, 2020
1322020
The roles of cellulase enzymes and mechanical force in host penetration by Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei
E PRYCE-JONES, TIM Carver, SJ GURR
Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 55 (3), 175-182, 1999
1321999
A single amino-acid substitution in the iron-sulphur protein subunit of succinate dehydrogenase determines resistance to carboxin in Mycosphaerella graminicola
W Skinner, A Bailey, A Renwick, J Keon, S Gurr, J Hargreaves
Current genetics 34 (5), 393-398, 1998
1321998
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