Corrigendum to “Comparative analysis of Phytophthora genomes reveals oomycete pathogenesis in crops” [Heliyon 7 (2) (February 2021) e06317] (Heliyon (2021) 7(2), (S2405844021004229), (10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e06317))

Rui Fang Gao, Jie Yu Wang, Ke Wei Liu, Kouki Yoshida, Yu Yun Hsiao, Yi Xiang Shi, Kun Chan Tsai, You Yi Chen, Nobutaka Mitsuda, Chieh Kai Liang, Zhi Wen Wang, Ying Wang, Diyang Zhang, Laiqiang Huang, Xiang Zhao, Wen Ying Zhong, Ying Hui Cheng, Zi De Jiang, Ming He Li, Wei Hong SunXia Yu, Wenqi Hu, Zhuang Zhou, Xiao Fan Zhou, Chuan Ming Yeh, Kazutaka Katoh, Wen Chieh Tsai, Zhong Jian Liu, Francis Martin, Gui Ming Zhang

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In the original published version of this article, some of the language was misleading and allowed for misinterpretation of the article. In order to fix this issue, the following revisions have been made: In the Abstract, the sentence “The horizontally-transferred Phytophthora genes are abundant transposons that “transmit” exogenous gene to Phytophthora species thus bring about the gene recombination possibility” has been revised to “The horizontally-transferred Phytophthora genes are from abundant transposon activities that “transmit” exogenous genes to Phytophthora species and thus bring about the gene recombination possibility.” In 2.3.5 Horizontal gene transfer, the paragraph “Most pervasive HGT genes are transposons, which is able to mobile and amplify in the host genome, which make them more prone to horizontal transfer. And horizontal transfer is an important way which wold allow the element to evade a seemingly inevitable vertical extinction in its original host lineage resulting from genetic drift, natural selection or mutational inactivation. It was result that transposition “transmitting” foreign genes to Phytophthora species from HGT” has been revised to “It is inferred that most transposons in the genome may be related to horizontal gene transfer, which is able to mobile and amplify in the host genome. And horizontal transfer is an important way which would allow the element to evade a seemingly inevitable vertical extinction in its original host lineage resulting from genetic drift, natural selection or mutational inactivation. It is speculated that transposition may serve as vectors to connect exogenous genes and Phytophthora species, which could be compared to “transmit” to Phytophthora from HGT.” In 3. Conclusions, “Horizontally transferred genes in P. fragariae and P. rubi from plants, fungi, bacteria, molluscs, and insects are often transposons that impact genes involved in plant defence resistance mechanisms. Some” has been revised to “It may be postulated that HGTs in P. fragariae and P. rubi from plants, fungi, bacteria, molluscs, and insects might impact genes those are involved in plant defense mechanisms.” The authors apologize for the errors. Both the HTML and PDF versions of the article have been updated to correct the errors.

原文English
文章編號e07332
期刊Heliyon
7
發行號6
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2021 六月

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