This Week in Nature

In this week's Nature Ecology & Evolution, a team of Hungarian researchers publishes the genomes of four species of the fungal pathogen Armillaria, which is known for reaching immense sizes and for its devastating effects on other plant species. In their study, the researchers compare the genomes to 22 related fungi to find that Armillaria species have expanded gene families associated with several pathogenicity-related genes and enzymes that degrade plant tissue.

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