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Mandiriza(Mukwirimba) G, Kritzinger Q, and Aveling TAS. 2016. A survey of brassica vegetable smallholder farmers in the Gauteng and Limpopo provinces of South Africa. In Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics, 117(1),
pp 35-44.
Mangwanda R, Zwart L, van der Merwe NA, Moleleki LN, Berger DK, Myburg AA, and Naidoo S. 2016. Localization and Transcriptional Responses of Chrysoporthe austroafricana in Eucalyptus grandis Identify Putative Pathogenicity Factors. In Frontiers in Microbiology, 7, pp 1-15.
Marlin D, Nicolson SW, Sampson JDS, and Kruger K. 2016. Insights into the pollination requirements of the only African wild tobacco, Nicotiana africana (Solanaceae) from the Namib Desert. In Journal of Arid Environments, 125, pp 64-67.
McTaggart AR, Roux J, Granados Benavides GM, Gafur A, Tarrigan M, Santhakumar P, and Wing eld MJ. 2016. Rust (Puccinia psidii) recorded in Indonesia poses a threat to forests and forestry in South-East Asia. In Australasian Plant Pathology, 45, pp 83-89.
McTaggart AR, Shivas R, van der Nest MA, Roux J, Wing eld BD, and Wing eld MJ. 2016. Host jumps shaped the diversity of extant rust fungi (Pucciniales). In New Phytologist, 209, pp 1149-1158.
Meyer F, Shuey LS, Naidoo S, Mamni TB, Berger DK, Myburg AA, van Den Berg N, and Naidoo S. 2016. Dual RNA-Sequencing of Eucalyptus nitens during Phytophthora cinnamomi Challenge Reveals Pathogen and Host Factors In uencing Compatibility. In Frontiers in Plant Science, 7(191), pp 1-15.
Meyer J, Murray S, and Berger DK. 2016. Signals that stop the rot: Regulation of secondary metabolite defences in cereals. In Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, 94, pp 156-166.
Mishra B, Kishore N, and Tiwari V. 2016. A new antifungal eudesmanolide glycoside isolated from Sphaeranthus indicus Linn. (Family Compositae). In Natural Product Research, 30(24), pp 2770-2776.
Mod H, Heikkinen R, le Roux PC, Vare H, and Luoto M. 2016. Contrasting e ects of biotic interactions on richness and distribution of vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens in an arctic-alpine landscape. In Polar Biology, 39, pp 649-657.
Mod H, Heikkinen R, le Roux PC, Wisz M, and Luoto M. 2016. Impact of biotic interactions on biodiversity varies across a landscape. In Journal of Biogeography, 43, pp 2412-2423.
Muller MF, Barnes I, Kunene NT, Crampton BG, Bluhm B, Phillips SM, Olivier NA, and Berger DK. 2016. Cercospora zeina from Maize in South Africa Exhibits High Genetic Diversity and Lack of Regional Population Di erentiation. In Phytopathology, 106(10), pp 1194-1205.
Mutengwe MT, AneckHahn NH, Korsten L, van Zijl MC, and de Jager C. 2016. Pesticide residues and estrogenic activity in fruit and vegetables sampled from major fresh produce markets in South Africa. In Food Additives and Contaminants Part A-Chemistry Analysis Control Exposure & Risk Assessment, 33(1), pp 95-104.
Mutengwe MT, Chidamba L, and Korsten L. 2016. Pesticide Residue Monitoring on South African Fresh Produce Exported over a 6-Year Period. In Journal of Food Protection, 79(10), pp 1759-1766.
Mutengwe MT, Chidamba L, and Korsten L. 2016. Monitoring pesticide residues in fruits and vegetables at two of the biggest fresh produce markets in Africa. In Journal of Food Protection, 79(11), pp 1938-1945.
Muwonge A, Tripathi J, Kunert KJ, and Tripathi L. 2016. Expressing stacked HRAP and PFLP genes in transgenic banana has no synergistic e ect on resistance to Xanthomonas wilt disease. In South African Journal of Botany, 104, pp 125-133.
Muzhinji N, Woodhall J, Truter M, and van Der Waals JE. 2016. Population genetic structure of Rhizoctonia solani AG 3-PT from potatoes in South Africa. In Fungal Biology, 120, pp 701-710.
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