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Reactive oxygen species are toxic byproducts of aerobic respiration produced during cell growth. They also are an important component of plant defenses to inhibit microbial pathogens. Tolerance to oxidative stress contributes to viability and pathogenicity of plant pathogens. However, the complex molecular network of oxidative stress responses hinders identification of the genes contributing to variation in this trait. Variation in genes affecting responses to oxidative stress is likely todoi:10.1101/2020.02.20.957431 fatcat:yd4k7bc235fmtag23e4aworpsa