5 edition of Plant-Microbe Interactions (Plant Microbe Interactions) found in the catalog.
by American Phytopathological Society
Written in English
|Contributions||Gary Stacey (Editor), Noel T. Keen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
Advances in Botanical Research publishes in-depth and up-to-date reviews on a wide range of topics in plant sciences. Currently in its 75th volume, the series features several reviews by recognized experts on all aspects of plant genetics, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, physiology, and ecology. 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:
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. Three types of plant-microbe interactions have been studied–symbiosis between plants and mycorrhizae, between plants and rhizobacteria, and pathogenesis. Omics technologies such as transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics coupled with bioinformatics have been extensively applied in plant abiotic stress studies [ ].Cited by: 2.
In plant-microbe interactions, a pathogenic microbe initially has to overcome preformed and subsequently induced plant defenses. One of the initial host-induced defense responses is microbe-associated molecular pattern (MAMP)-triggered immunity (MTI). This cluster is an avenue to learn about the ongoing research at the Noble Research Institute in the areas of pathogenic and symbiotic plant-microbe interactions associated with the Forage pillar species (alfalfa, bermudagrass, tall fescue and winter wheat), model plant species (e.g., Medicago truncatula) and other commodity crop species (e.
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Effectors in Plant-Microbe Interactions unlocks the molecular basis of this important class of microbial molecules and describes their diverse and complex Plant-Microbe Interactions book with host plants.
Effectors in Plant Microbe Interactions is divided into five sections that take stock of the current knowledge on effectors of plant-associated organisms. “The book helps in exploring the diverse microbial partners, its importance’s and mechanisms of the actions for proper understanding of the topic.
we enjoyed reading this book as the editor tried to cover almost all fundamental and applied aspects of the plant-microbe interactions. By exploring developments in plant defenses, pathogen's counter-defenses and mutually beneficial plant-microbe interactions, this book will be useful for researchers and students in plant pathology and plant biology-related areas.
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“The book helps in exploring the diverse microbial partners, its importance’s and mechanisms of the actions for proper understanding of the topic.
we enjoyed reading this book as the editor tried to cover almost all fundamental and applied aspects of the plant-microbe interactions. As a final word, the book can be described as a book Author: Ben Lugtenberg. Plant-Microbe Interact. – Delaney I, Sheehan MM, Fenton A, Bardin S, Aarons S & O’Gara F () Regulation of production of the antifungal metabol-Author: Ben Lugtenberg.
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). Recent years have seen tremendous progress in unraveling the molecular basis of different plant-microbe interactions.
Knowledge has accumulated on the mecha nisms of the microbial infection of plants, which can lead to either disease or resistance. The mechanisms developed by plants to interact with microbes, whether viruses, bacteria, or fungi, involve events that can lead to 3/5(1).
In this book, the basics of all interactions mentioned above are explained in an easily understandable way. Modern state-of-the-art technology on visualization of these interactions and on DNA techniques will be highlighted. Successful examples of progress are presented in the section “Paradigms of Plant-Microbe Interactions”.
Effectors in Plant-Microbe Interactions unlocks the molecular basis of this important class of microbial molecules and describes their diverse and complex interactions with host plants. Effectors in Plant Microbe Interactions is divided into five sections that take stock of the current knowledge on effectors of plant-associated organisms.
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.
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions® (MPMI) publishes fundamental and advanced applied research on the genetics, genomics, molecular biology, biochemistry, and biophysics of pathological, symbiotic, and associative interactions of microbes, insects, nematodes, or parasitic plants with plants.
This activates the expression of hundreds of bacterial genes, many of which are important in plant–microbe interactions, including genes responsible for biofilm formation, nitrogen fixation, synthesis of degradative enzymes, exopolysaccharides, and toxins, as well as motility and conjugation (Gonzalez and Marketon, ; von Bodman et al., ).Cited by: Hence, this book on Plant-Microbe Interactions is aimed at bringing out the recent developments in this field including the molecular mechanisms and proteomics involved in the establishment of Plant-Microbe Interactions.
The book reviews the enormous diversity of plant associated microbes, and their molecular mechanisms, small molecules and. 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. In this context, the book “Principles of Plant-Microbe Interactions: Microbes for Sustainable Agriculture,” edited by Ben Lugtenberg () is a topical and timely contribution on plant-microbe interactions and offers a great hope for harnessing such beneficial interactions for making agriculture as a sustainable by: 6.
Hence, this book on Plant-Microbe Interactions is aimed at bringing out the recent developments in this field including the molecular mechanisms and. The book starts with the fundamentals of the plant-microbe interactions by unraveling the rhizospheric, phyllospheric, and endospheric microbial world associated with the plant system.
The book helps in exploring the diverse microbial partners, its importance's and mechanisms of the actions for proper understanding of the by: 6. Thus, research areas focused on plant-microbe interactions are presently in a period of great excitement and growth that shows every sign of continuing far into the future.
As in most research areas, the rate of advance and breadth of disciplines involved in the study of plant-microbe interactions make it impossible for the average researcher. Plant-microbe interactions describe a broad range of scientific studies concerning how microbes interact with plants at the molecular biology and molecular genetics level.
Plants and microbes can have a variety of interactions including pathogenic, symbiotic and associative – all of which impact plant productivity, stress tolerance and.Plant-Microbe Interactions Gregory B.
Martin (auth.), Gary Stacey, Noel T. Keen (eds.) Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 1 Many plant-microbe interactions have agronomic importance because of either beneficial (e.g., nitrogen fixation or biocontrol) or.
4 Plant–Microbe Interactions and Secondary Metabolites with Antibacterial, Antifungal and Antiviral Properties.
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