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Comprehensive and Molecular Phytopathology, Vol 9. Studies in Plant Science

  • ID: 1758701
  • Book
  • January 2007
  • 496 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This book offers a collection of information on successive steps of molecular 'dialogue' between plants and pathogens. It additionally presents data that reflects intrinsic logic of plant-parasite interactions. New findings discussed include: host and non-host resistance, specific and nonspecific elicitors, elicitors and suppressors, and plant and animal immunity. This book enables the reader to understand how to promote or prevent disease development, and allows them to systematize their own ideas of plant-pathogen interactions.

* Offers a more extensive scope of the problem as compared to other books in the market
* Presents data to allow consideration of host-parasite relationships in dynamics and reveals interrelations between pathogenicity and resistance factors
* Discusses beneficial plant-microbe interactions and practical aspects of molecular investigations of plant-parasite relationships
* Compares historical study of common and specific features of plant immunity with animal immunity

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Chapter 1 General information on parasitism

Chapter 2 Plant parasite organisms
2a Fungal Plant Pathogens
2b Bacterial Plant Pathogens
2c Plant Viruses and Viral Plant Diseases
2d. Plant Pathogen Nematodes
2e. Methods of Diagnostics

Chapter 3 Structural basis of plant-pathogen Interactions

Chapter 4 Phenomenology of Plant-Pathogen Relationships

Chapter 5 Horizontal Pathosystem: Parasite Attack Factors

Chapter 6 Horizontal Pathosystem: Resistance Factors
6a Anatomical-Morphological Factors
6b Regulation of Ontogenesis and Damage Reparation
6c Nutrient Values of Infected Organs and Tissues
6d Biochemical Resistance Factors
6e Chemical classification of Phytoanticipates
6f Resistance Strategies
6g Protein Inhibitors of Viruses

Chapter 7 Vertical Pathosystem: Avirulence Genes and their Products: Molecular
Interpretation of Genetic Data
7a. Abiogenic Elicitors
7b. Nonspecific Biogenic Elicitors
7c. Endogenous, Plant, or Secondary Elicitors
7d. Specific Elicitors

Chapter 8 Vertical Pathosystem: Resistance Genes and their Products. Signal Transduction
8a. Resistance Genes and Susceptible Genes
8b. Investigation of Resistance genes by the Methods of Classical Genetics
8c. Molecular Genetics Studies
8d. Signal Transduction
Signaling Systems
8e. G-Proteins
8f. Cycloadenilate Signaling Systems
8g. MAP-Kinase Signaling Systems
8h. Ca-Phosphatase Signaling Systems
8i. Lypooxygenase s.s.
8j. NADPH-oxydase (Superoxyde) s.s.
8k. NO-synthase s.s.
8l. Signaling Genetics
8m. Interactions of the Signaling Systems Inducing by Nonspecific and Specific Elicitors

Chapter 9. Hypersensitivity

Chapter 10. Immune Response
10a. Phytoalexins
10b. PR-Proteins
10c. Antiviral Proteins
10d. Proteinase Inhibitors
10e. Phenylpropanoids and Lignin
10f. Hydroxyprolin Reach Glicoproteins
10g. SAR

Chapter 11. Gene Silesings
RNA silencing as a general defense mechanism against pathogen

Chapter 12. Virulence Genes and their Products Suppressors (Impedines)
12a. Pathotoxins
12b. Enzymes

Chapter 13. General and Specific Aspects in Plant and Animal Immunity

Chapter 14. Molecular Basis of Plant Immunizations

Chapter 15. Development of Transgenic Plants Resistant to Diseases
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Dyakov, Yuri
Dzhavakhiya, Vitaly
Korpela, Timo
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