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Gulab Chand Arya - Agricultural Research Organization Volcani Center, 42718, Department of Vegetable Research, Institute of Plant Sciences, Rishon LeZion , Israel.  
 

Botrytis cinerea is a foliar necrotrophic fungal-pathogen capable of infecting >580 genera of plants, is often used as model organism for studying fungal-host interactions. We used RNAseq to study transcriptome of B. cinerea infection on a major (worldwide) vegetable crop, tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). Value to the scientific community. Most previous works explored only few infection stages, using RNA extracted from entire leaf-organ diluting the expression of studied infected region. Many studied B. cinerea infection, on detached organs assuming that similar defense/physiological reactions occurs in the intact plant. We analyzed transcriptome of the pathogen and host in 5 infection stages of whole-plant leaves at the infection site. We supply high quality, pathogen-enriched gene count that facilitates future research of the molecular processes regulating the infection process.

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Transcriptome profiling data of Botrytis cinerea infection on whole plant Solanum lycopersicum

Gulab Chand Arya - Agricultural Research Organization Volcani Center, 42718, Department of Vegetable Research, Institute of Plant Sciences, Rishon LeZion , Israel.  
 

Transcriptome profiling data of Botrytis cinerea infection on whole plant Solanum lycopersicum

Botrytis cinerea is a foliar necrotrophic fungal-pathogen capable of infecting >580 genera of plants, is often used as model organism for studying fungal-host interactions. We used RNAseq to study transcriptome of B. cinerea infection on a major (worldwide) vegetable crop, tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). Value to the scientific community. Most previous works explored only few infection stages, using RNA extracted from entire leaf-organ diluting the expression of studied infected region. Many studied B. cinerea infection, on detached organs assuming that similar defense/physiological reactions occurs in the intact plant. We analyzed transcriptome of the pathogen and host in 5 infection stages of whole-plant leaves at the infection site. We supply high quality, pathogen-enriched gene count that facilitates future research of the molecular processes regulating the infection process.

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