Avirulence determinants in viruses, Jim Culver, University of Maryland; Virulence mechanisms in plant pathogens, Tim Denny, University of Georgia; Regulation of nodulin gene expression, Frans de Bruijin, Michigan State University; Biosynthesis and host-specificity of Nod factors, Ben Lugtenberg, Clusius Laboratory, Leiden; Avirulence genes, Janet Leach and Frank White, Kansas State University; Role of rhizosphere microorganisms in bioremediation, Barbara Walton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Physiology of nitrogen fixing nodules, Alan Collmer, Cornell University; The hrp genes of plant pathogenic bacteria, Jeff Dangl, Max-Delbruck Laboratory, Cologne; Geminiviruses, Judith Brown, University of Arizona; Agrobacterium, Eugene Nester, University of Washington
Plant-microbe Interactions 2: Volume 2 / Edition 1by Gary Stacey, Noel T. Keen, G. Stacey
Pub. Date: 11/30/1996
Publisher: Springer US
this book provides professional researchers and graduate students with an increased understanding of the interactions between bacteria and plants. In addition, plant molecular biologists, biotechnologists, and plant pathologists will also benefit from the wealth of information contained in this outstanding new volume.
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