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Reeve R, Borley D, Maree FF, Upadhyaya S, Lukhwareni A, Esterhuysen J, Harvey W, Blignaut B, Fry E, Parida S, Paton D, and Mahapatra M. 2016. Tracking the Antigenic Evolution of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus. In PLoS One, 11(7), pp 1-17.
Rodas C, Wing eld MJ, and Granados Benavides GM, Barnes I. 2016. Dothistroma needle blight: an emerging epidemic caused by Dothistroma septosporum in Colombia. In Plant Pathology, 65, pp 53-63.
Rossman A, Allen W, Braun U, Castlebury L, Chaverri P, Crous PW, Hawksworth D, Hyde K, Johnston P, Lombard L, Romberg M, Samson R, Seifert K, Stone J, and Udayanga D. 2016. Overlooked competing asexual and sexually typi ed generic names of Ascomycota with recommendations for their use or protection. In IMA Fungus, 7(2), pp 289-308.
Santana QC, Coetzee MPA, Wing eld BD, Wing eld MJ, and Steenkamp ET. 2016. Nursery-linked plantation outbreaks and evidence for multiple introductions of the pitch canker pathogen Fusarium circinatum into South Africa. In Plant Pathology, 65, pp 357-368.
Scott TP, and Nel LH. 2016. Subversion of the immune response by rabies virus. In Viruses-Basel, 8(231), pp 1-26.
Shwi  S, Hatch B, Anderson A, Nel LH, Leroux K, Stewart D, de Scally M, Govender P, and Rupprecht C. 2016. Towards Canine Rabies Elimination in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: Assessment of Health Economic Data. In Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63,
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Sibanda S, Theron J, Shyntum DY, Moleleki LN, and Coutinho TA. 2016. Characterization of two LuxI/R homologs in Pantoea ananatis LMG 2665T. In Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 62, pp 893-900.
Silva M, Barreto R, Pereira O, Freitas N, Groenewald J, and Crous PW. 2016. Exploring fungal mega-diversity: pseudocercospora from Brazil. In Persoonia, 37, pp 142-172.
Simmons D, de Beer ZW, Huang Y, Bateman C, Campbell A, Dreaden T, Li Y, Ploetz R, Black A, Li H, Chen C, Wing eld MJ, and Hulcr J. 2016. New Ra aelea species (Ophiostomatales) from the USA and Taiwan associated with ambrosia beetles and plant hosts. In IMA Fungus, 7(2), pp 265-273.
Taerum SJ, Konecny A, de Beer ZW, Cibrian-Tovar D, and Wing eld MJ. 2016. Population genetics and symbiont assemblages support opposing invasion scenarios for the red turpentine beetle (Dendroctonus valens). In Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 118, pp 486-502.
Ubani O, Atagana H, Thantsha MS, and Adeleke R. 2016. Characterisation of oil degrading bacteria from tailored compost containing crude oil sludge. In Indian Journal of Biotechnology, 15, pp 243-250.
Ubani O, Atagana H, Thantsha MS, and Rasheed A. 2016. Identi cation and characterisation of oil sludge degrading bacteria isolated from compost. In Archives of Environmental Protection, 42(2), pp 67-77.
van der Linde JA, Six D, de Beer ZW, Wing eld MJ, and Roux J. 2016. Novel ophiostomatalean fungi from galleries of Cyrtogenius africus (Scolytinae) infesting dying Euphorbia ingens. In Antonie van Leeuwenhoek International Journal of General and Molecular Microbiology, 109, pp 589-601.
Vardien W, Steenkamp ET, and Valentine A. 2016. Legume nodules from nutrient-poor soils exhibit high plasticity of cellular phosphorus recycling and conservation during variable phosphorus supply. In Journal of Plant Physiology, 191, pp 73-81.
Veena M, Melvin P, Prabhu SA, Shailasree S, Shetty H, and Kini K. 2016. Molecular cloning of a coiled-coil-nucleotide-binding-site- leucine-rich repeat gene from pearl millet and its expression pattern in response to the downy mildew pathogen. In Molecular Biology Reports, 43(3), pp 117-128.
Vermaak E, Conradie AM, Maree FF, and Theron J. 2016. African horse sickness virus infects BSR cells through macropinocytosis and. In Virology, 497, pp 217-232.
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