4 edition of Biotic interactions in plant-pathogen associations found in the catalog.
Biotic interactions in plant-pathogen associations
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited for the British Society for Plant Pathology by M.J. Jeger and N.J. Spence.|
|Contributions||Jeger, Michael J., Spence, N. J., British Society for Plant Pathology.|
|LC Classifications||SB732.7 .B62 2001, SB732.7 .B62 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 353 p. :|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||00064174|
Introduction. The roots of almost all species of tropical rainforest trees contain mycorrhizal fungi (Alexander a). Our aim here is to demonstrate that not only are these fungi central to ecosystem processes such as carbon- and nutrient-cycling, but that they also have the potential to influence biotic interactions between species, and so help to shape the structure and . Plant Pathogen Interaction 1. PLANT PATHOGEN INTERACTION POOJA DOGRA ROLL. NO - Agriculture Biotech. Date – 2. Objective • Introduction • Pathogen • Plant defence • Elictors • Induced defence • Systemic defence • Pathogen related protein • secondary compounds • Communal resistance 3.
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Biotic interactions are known to affect species' spatial patterns via several mechanisms, such as predation, competition, resource-consumer interactions, host-parasite interactions, mutualism and facilitation (Bascompte, ; van Dam, ).Many examples from the ecological literature document that these interactions are not static in space and time and Cited by: The book offers an integrated overview of plant–pathogen interactions. It discusses all the steps in the pathway, from the microbe–host-cell interface and the plant’s recognition of the microbe to the plant’s defense response and biochemical alterations to achieve tolerance / resistance.
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Get this from a library. Biotic interactions in plant-pathogen associations. [Michael J Jeger; N J Spence; British Society for Plant Pathology.;] -- This book contains 17 chapters covering topics on the interactions between the causal pathogens, other biotic components associated with crops and the physical (abiotic) environment.
The positive and. Based on a similarly named meeting in December organised by the British Society for Plant Pathology, this book considers the biology of interactions between host plants and the pathogens that infect them. This important topic has seen some significant advances in the past ten years, especially through the application of molecular techniques, which are.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Biotic Interactions and Plant-Pathogen Associations / M.
Jeger Virus-Vector Interactions in Plant Virus Disease Transmission and Epidemiology / N. Spence Functional Consequences and Maintenance of Vegetative Incompatibility in Fungal. : Biotic Interactions in Plant-Pathogen Associations (): Jeger, Michael J, Spence, Nicola J: BooksCited by: Buy Biotic Interactions in Plant-Pathogen Associations (): NHBS - Edited By: MJ Jeger and NJ Spence, CABI Publishing.
Biotic Interactions in Plant-Pathogen Associations M J Jeger, N J Spence Based on a similarly named meeting in December organized by the British Society for Plant Pathology, this book considers the biology of interations between host plants and the pathogens that infect them.
Biotic interactions in plant-pathogen associations. Description This book contains 17 chapters covering topics on the interactions between the causal pathogens, other biotic components associated with crops and the physical (abiotic) by: The Plant Biotic Interactions (PBI) program supports research on the processes that mediate beneficial and antagonistic interactions between plants and their viral, bacterial, oomycete, fungal, plant, and invertebrate symbionts, pathogens and pests.
transmission, maintenance and outcome of these complex associations, including studies of. Buy Biotic Interactions in Plant-pathogen Associations by Jeger, Michael J., Spence, Nicola (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK. Xi + pp., figs, tables, index. Hardback: Price £ ISBN 0‐‐‐8. The book is a selection of papers from a joint meeting in December between the British Society for Plant. Plant diseases are destructive and threaten virtually any crop grown on a commercial scale.
They are kept in check by plant breeding strategies that have introgressed disease resistance genes into many important crops, and by the deployment of costly control measures, such as antibiotics and fungicides.
However, the capacity for the agents of plant disease - viruses, bacteria, fungi, 3/5(1). Klepzig, KD & Hofstetter, RMutualism and antagonism: Ecological interactions among bark beetles, mites and fungi.
in MJ Jeger (ed.), Biotic Interactions in Plant-Pathogen Associations. CAB International, pp. Cited by: She was an editor and contributor to the book Biotic Interactions in Plant-pathogen Associations.
and she was previously a member of the Editorial Board for the scientific journal Plant Pathology. Spence was appointed Chief Scientist at Fera in Science City YorkFields: Plant Pathology, Plant Health.
Exposure of plants to one type of stress can activate common signals and pathways, resulting in enhanced tolerance to other different types of stresses; this is known as cross-tolerance, 14, 15 There is considerable information in the literature on cross-tolerance of plants to multiple abiotic stresses, 17, 18 Most abiotic stresses share Author: Venkategowda Ramegowda, Maria Vera Jesus Da Costa, Sapna Harihar, Nataraja N.
Karaba, Sheshshayee M. Biotic Interactions in Plant-Pathogen Associations Based on a similarly named meeting in Decemberorganized by the British Society for Plant Pathology, this book considers the biology of interactions between host plants and the pathogens that infect : Read the latest articles of Current Opinion in Plant Biology atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature.
Fitness effects caused by biotic interactions vary in magnitude and impact within and among plant species and are modulated by genetic components as well as by the co‐occurrence of abiotic and biotic factors (Lucas‐Barbosa, ; Zust & Agrawal, ).
For example, plant–pathogen interactions and perception of neighboring plants via light Cited by:. This handbook is a companion to Agricultural Insect Pests of the Tropics and their Control (2nd Edition ) and, like the earlier book, it is designed as a source of reference about most of the major insect and mite pests of agricultural crops.
These two volumes by the same author now present a world-wide coverage of the economically important insect pests of tropical and .Applied Plant Biotechnology for Improvement of Resistance to Biotic Stress applies biotechnology insights that seek to improve plant genomes, thus helping them achieve higher resistance and optimal hormone signaling to increase crop book provides an analysis of the current state-of-the-art in plant biotechnology as applied to improving resistance to biotic stress.The Evolutionary Ecology of Novel Plant-Pathogen Interactions Article (PDF Available) in Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics 11(35) December with Reads.