The root-knot nematode effector MiPFN3 disrupts plant actin filaments and promotes parasitism; and more.
This week, 4 new articles co-authored by CAHNRS faculty, students, and staff (in bold type) were added to the Web of Science database. (Articles are linked to abstracts only).
- Title:The root-knot nematode effector MiPFN3 disrupts plant actin filaments and promotes parasitism
Authors:Leelarasamee, Natthanon; Zhang, Lei; Gleason, Cynthia
Source: PLOS PATHOGENS, 14 (3):MAR 2018
- Title:Microwave-assisted co-pyrolysis of pretreated lignin and soapstock for upgrading liquid oil: Effect of pretreatment parameters on pyrolysis behavior
Authors: Duan, Dengle; Ruan, Roger; Lei, Hanwu; Liu, Yuhuan; Wang, Yunpu; Zhang, Yayun; Zhao, Yunfeng; Dai, Leilei; Wu, Qiuhao; Zhang, Shumei
Source:BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, 258 98-104;JUN 2018
- Title:Reduced satellite cell density and myogenesis in Wagyu compared with Angus cattle as a possible explanation of its high marbling
Authors:Fu, X.; Yang, Q.; Wang, B.; Zhao, J.; Zhu, M.; Parish, S. M.; Du, M.
Source: ANIMAL, 12 (5):990-997;MAY 2018
- Title:Radio-Frequency Applications for Food Processing and Safety
Authors: Jiao, Yang; Tang, Juming; Wang, Yifen; Koral, Tony L.
Source: ANNUAL REVIEW OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, VOL 9, 9 105-127;2018