Handbook of Molecular Technologies in Crop Disease Management

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Overview

The most effective, economic, and environmentally sound approach of managing crop disease in today's world is by breeding crops resistant to disease. Handbook of Molecular Technologies in Crop Disease Managment provides a top-to-bottom detailed view of crops, from their molecular level to ways to manipulate a higher resistance to disease through breeding. This comprehensive, single-source reference text covers the entire field of molecular breeding, transgenic technology, molecular plant pathology, and molecular disease diagnostics, presenting it all in clear, understandable language. The book contains an extensive bibliography and provides several tables and figures to clearly reinforce crucial points.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781560222651
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/2006
  • Series: Crop Science Ser.
  • Pages: 462
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents


Preface     ix
Molecular Diagnostic Technology     1
Introduction     1
Importance of Disease Diagnosis Technologies     3
Visual Diagnosis     4
Digitally Assisted Diagnosis     5
Diagnosis by Culturing Pathogens     6
Immunodiagnosis     7
Nucleic Acid-Based Diagnosis Technologies     16
Diagnosis of Fungal Diseases     27
Diagnosis of Viral Diseases     34
Diagnosis of Bacterial Diseases     42
Diagnosis of Phytoplasma Diseases     47
Diagnosis of Viroid Diseases     50
Conclusion     51
Molecular-Assisted Qualitative and Quantitative Resistance Breeding and Gene Pyramiding Technologies     77
Introduction     77
Types of Disease Resistance Genes     78
Molecular Characterization of Resistance Genes     80
Clustering of Resistance Genes     90
Expression of Resistance Genes     96
Qualitative Resistance Breeding Using Different Major Genes     97
Molecular Markers     101
Selection of Major Genes for Qualitative Resistance Breeding     115
Importance of Background Genotypes in Qualitative Resistance Breeding     118
Breakdown of Qualitative Resistance     119
Molecular-Marker-Assisted Technologies for Pyramiding of Genes     121
Quantitative Resistance Breeding     124
Epistasic Effect of QTLs     130
Pyramiding of Genes for Quantitative Resistance     133
Durable Resistance     133
Conclusion     135
Transgenic Technology     177
Introduction     177
Transgenic Plants Expressing Genes from the Plant Kingdom     179
Transgenic Plants Expressing Fungal Genes     242
Transgenic Plants Expressing Bacterial Genes     248
Transgenic Plants Expressing Plant Viral Genes     254
Transgenic Plants Expressing Insect Virus Genes     297
Transgenic Plants Expressing Fungal Virus Genes     298
Transgenic Plants Expressing Bacteriophage Genes     298
Transgenic Plants Expressing Insect Genes     299
Transgenic Plants Expressing Animal Genes     304
Conclusion     311
Plant Defense Activators: Precise Application Technology     385
Introduction     385
Acibenzolar-S-Methyl     386
Probenazole     397
Prohexadione-CA     397
Phosphonate, Phosphate, and Phosphorous Acid     398
Riboflavin     400
Mineral Powders     401
Metallic Compounds     401
Carpropamid     401
Lactofen     401
BABA     402
INA     403
Salicylic Acid and Acetyl Salicylic Acid     404
Methyl Jasmonate     405
Conclusion     405
Biological Inducers of Transcription of Defense Genes: Application Technology     417
Introduction     417
Trichoderma     418
Pseudomonas     419
Bacillus     426
Serratia     428
Verticillium Lecanii     428
Curtobacterium     429
Saprophytic Fungi     429
Nonpathogenic Strains of Pathogens     431
Yeasts     433
Aureobasidium     433
Mycorrhizal Fungi     434
Harpin     435
Sulfated Fucan Oligosaccharides     435
Plant Products     436
Conclusion     438
Index     451
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