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Plant-microbe interactions and biological control

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M. Dekker , New York
Phytopathogenic microorganisms -- Biological control., Microbial herbic
Statementedited by Greg J. Boland, L. David Kuykendall.
SeriesBooks in soils, plants, and the environment
ContributionsBoland, Greg J., 1954-, Kuykendall, L. David, 1952-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSB732.6 .P58 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 442 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL696017M
ISBN 100824700430
LC Control Number97043489

Discusses the critical role of host-pathogen interactions in developing new and alternative biocontrol agents that promote plant health and disease resistance in crop pathosystems.

Describes state-of-the-art as well as future technologies leading to more effective biological control programs.5/5(1). : Plant-Microbe Interactions and Biological Control (Books in Soils, Plants, and the Environment) (): Boland, Greg, Bolis, Liana: Books.

Plant-Microbe Interactions and Biological Control (Books in Soils, Plants, and the Environment) Discusses the critical role of host-pathogen interactions in developing new and alternative biocontrol agents that promote plant health and disease resistance in crop pathosystems.

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The First volume focuses on the basic and fundamental mechanisms that have been worked out by the scientific communities taking into account different plant-microbe systems. This includes methods that. This book contains 19 chapters by different authors in which promising strategies and approaches to the development of effective biological control of plant diseases, based on plant-microbe interactions are discussed.

The book is aimed at plant pathologists, microbiologists, agronomists, soil and crop scientists, molecular and cell biologists and biochemists as well as graduate students.

This book puts an updated account on functional aspects of multiphasic microbial interactions within and between plants and their ecosystem.

Multipronged interaction in the soil microbial communities with the plants constitute a relay of mechanisms that make profound changes in plant and its micro-environment in the rhizopshere at physiological, biochemical and molecular levels.

This book, divided into 13 chapters, explores recent discoveries in the area of molecular plant-microbe interactions. It focuses mainly on the mechanisms controlling plant disease resistance and the cross talk among the signalling pathways involved, and the strategies used.

from book Exploring the Feasibility of Transferring Nitrogen Fixation to Cereal Crops (pp) Principles of Plant-Microbe Interactions. Biological Control of Soil-Borne Plant Pathogens (pp Author: Ben Lugtenberg. Plant Microbe Interactions publishes original, refereed research on the interactions between plants and pathogenic, endophytic, and symbiotic microrganisms and pests.

The Specialty Section welcomes manuscripts that advance knowledge and understanding of aspects including: Molecular communication between plants and microbes (e.g. bacteria, fungi, oomycetes) as well.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Here is a list of four major microbial interactions: 1. Clay-Humus-Microbe Interaction 2. Plant-Microbe Interactions 3.

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Animal-Microbe Interactions 4. Microbe-Microbe Interactions. Clay-Humus-Microbe Interaction: Clay mineral (and humic substances) affects the activity, ecology and population of microor­ganisms in soil.

Clays modify the physicochemical environment of the. : Plant-Microbe Interactions in Agro-Ecological Perspectives: Volume 1: Fundamental Mechanisms, Methods and Functions (): Dhananjaya Pratap Singh, Harikesh Bahadur Singh, Ratna Prabha: Books.

Plant–Microbe Interactions and Biological Control Plant–Microbe Interactions and Biological Control Hall, Avice This is a substantial, detailed and comprehensive book on aspects of biological control, some of which are not usually covered in plant pathology texts.

There are 19 chapters, which are grouped to together in themes such that the first two chapters cover. Discusses the critical role of host-pathogen interactions in developing new & alternative biocontrol agents that promote plant health & disease resistance in crop pathosystems.

Describes state-of-the-art as well as future technologies leading to more effective biological control programs. The biological impacts of plant–microbe interactions are not restricted to pathogenesis: many bacteria and fungi improve the plant growth due to intensive supply of nutrients, to defense from pathogens and pests, and for the regulation of development ().The best studied beneficial plant–microbe system is the nitrogen-fixing symbiosis formed by leguminous plants and nodule bacteria (rhizobia).Cited by: 8.

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Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 1 Many plant-microbe interactions have agronomic importance because of either beneficial (e.g., nitrogen fixation or biocontrol) or detrimental (e.g., pathogen esis) effects.

Although these systems have been the subjects of scientific re search for many years, recently there has been a tremendous increase in our knowledge of them.5/5(1). Biological control of take-all and Rhizoctonia root rot of wheat by the cyclic lipopeptide-producing strain Pseudomonas fluorescens HC Phytopathology.

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Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 1 Many plant-microbe interactions have agronomic importance because of either beneficial (e.g., nitrogen fixation or biocontrol) or detrimental (e.g., pathogen­ esis) effects.

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Plant health is the net result of complex interactions between the plant and its environment. An essential component of this environment is the plant microbiome, e.g.

microorganisms living on or inside the plant. Plants exude a significant amount of their total fixed carbon as rhizodeposition, e.g. a nutrient source for soil organisms. In turn, microbial cells colonizing plants reach numbers. Christian Joseph R. Cumagun, in Biotechnology and Biology of Trichoderma, Introduction.

Biological control of plant pathogens has become an integral component of pest management in light of the environmental and health issues attributed to the use of fungicides in agriculture. Renewed interest in biological control using Trichoderma, a soil-borne fungus and decomposer is in line with.

For instance, in B. cinerea-Arabidopsis thaliana interactions, differentially expressed (DE) genes have been reported at 12 and 24 hpi and at 0–6 and 6–12 mm distant from the infection site 17 Cited by: 8. Thus, plant–microbe interactions are very complex and dynamic biological processes.

Therefore, systems biology approaches are required to understand the true nature of plant–microbe interactions. Plants rely on their innate immune system to resist pathogenic by:   There are few studies on plant–microbe interactions on details about Avr protein, computational strategies for protein interactions, molecular diversity and interactions of virulence genes (Imam et al., a,b,c,a,b).

Both types of bacteria either Gram-positive or Gram-negative have been isolated from different tissues of numerous Cited by:   Dr. Senthil Kumar is a Senior Scientist (Microbiology) at ICAR-Indian Institute of Pulses Research, Kanpur.

He has fifteen years of research experience on different aspects of plant-microbe interactions including biological control of soybean diseases and microbial mediated abiotic stress management in Edition: 1. Carolyn M. Malmstrom. Associate Professor of Plant Biology Ph.D.

Stanford University A.B. Harvard University Plant, microbial, and landscape ecology; ecology, evolution, and impact of nano-microbes (viruses, viroids, and phytoplasmas); plant–herbivore interactions; invasive species and global change; collaborative ecological restoration and management.

The mechanism of plant-microbe interactions is interesting phenomenon in biological perspectives with numerous implications in the fields. The First volume focuses on the basic and fundamental mechanisms that have been worked out by the scientific communities taking into Brand: Springer Singapore.

This project provides the basis for enhanced biological control of plant diseases in agricultural systems. The work focuses on enhancing our understanding of the diversity of microbes and microbial interactions that contribute to pathogen suppression as a means for enhancing our abilities to manage agricultural systems effectively.

Outcomes for this work include the discovery of novel. Read "Plant-Microbe Interactions in Agro-Ecological Perspectives Volume 2: Microbial Interactions and Agro-Ecological Impacts" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

This book puts an updated account on functional aspects of multiphasic microbial interactions within and between plants Brand: Springer Singapore.Plant Microbe Interactions. From Pathogens to Symbionts and to Biological Control Agents (Deadline: 31 May ) Papers Published.

Click here to see a list of papers published in this section. Microorganisms, EISSNPublished by MDPI AG Disclaimer.Research has been focusing on new sources of potential biological control microbes as valid alternatives for the management of pests and plant pathogens.

It is well known that plant health depends on interactions with complex and dynamic communities, comprising macro- and microorganisms, and there is an increasing body of evidence that.