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Data from: Registration of conventional soybean germplasm JTN-5110 with resistance to nematodes and fungal pathogens

    This dataset was generated from soybean (*Glycine max*) field trials conducted at the West Tennessee Research and Education Center in Jackson, TN and at the Research and Education Center at Milan in Milan, TN as well as from molecular marker screening conducted at the West Tennessee Research and Education Center in Jackson, TN. Table 3 includes measured data for height, yield, and seed size, and rating data for lodging and seed quality for JTN-5110, 5601T, and select other released germplasm lines and cultivars. Table 5 includes rating data for JTN-5110 and soybeans with established SCN resistance from simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers: Satt309 and Sat_168, associated with *rhg1* on chromosome 18; Sat_162, associated with *Rhg4* on chromosome 8; and Satt574, associated with *cqSCN-005* on chromosome 17. Table 7 includes rating data for JTN-5110 and check cultivars from frogeye leafspot (caused by *Cercospora sojina*) field disease screenings conducted in Milan, TN from 2010-2012.

    Annotation Data from: Genome Resources of Four Distinct Pathogenic Races Within Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum that Cause Vascular Wilt Disease of Cotton

      Whole genome sequence (WGS) based identifications are being increasingly used by regulatory and public health agencies to facilitate the detection, investigation, and control of pathogens and pests. Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum is a significant vascular wilt pathogen of cultivated cotton and consists of several pathogenic races that are not each other’s closest phylogenetic relatives. We have developed WGS assemblies for isolates of F. oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum race 1 (FOV1), race 4 (FOV4), race 5 (FOV5), and race 8 (FOV8) using a combination of Nanopore (MinION) and Illumina sequencing technology (Mi-Seq).

      Data from: Bivalent hemagglutinin and neuraminidase influenza replicon particle vaccines protect without causing vaccine associated enhanced respiratory disease in swine

        Influenza A virus is a major respiratory pathogen in swine that leads to significant economic loss in the swine industry, and there is a critical need to improve on commercial vaccines. In this work we demonstrated RP HA and NA influenza vaccines stimulate immune responses, protect from disease, and avoid VAERD following infection with a distantly related virus. These data include individual pig responses used in statistical analyses and figures to support the conclusions of the paper.

        Systemic production of grapevine phenolics in response to mixed infections by wood-colonizing fungi

          This data is collected from two experiments, one in 2018 and one in 2019, that left untreated or inoculated grapevines with Diplodia seriata, Neofusicoccum parvum, Phaeomoniella chlamydospora, or mock-inoculated, and then two months later inoculated with one of the three pathogens. Grapevine stem phenolic levels were measured at the time of the second inoculation on a different branch, and comparisons were made between pathogen infected plants or those left non-inoculated. Lesion sizes of the second inoculations also were compared to examine the effects on the first inoculation on these.