Pseudomonas syringae Pathovars and Related Pathogens - Identification, Epidemiology and Genomics / Edition 1by M#Barek Fatmi
Pub. Date: 08/14/2008
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
This book reports on recent advances on: (1) new methods and approaches for specific and sensitive detection and identification of Pseudomonas syringae and Ralstonia solanacearum; (2) ecology and epidemiology bases of Pseudomonas syringae that enable the development of management strategies; (3) pathogenesis and determinant of pathogenicity, and in particular,
This book reports on recent advances on: (1) new methods and approaches for specific and sensitive detection and identification of Pseudomonas syringae and Ralstonia solanacearum; (2) ecology and epidemiology bases of Pseudomonas syringae that enable the development of management strategies; (3) pathogenesis and determinant of pathogenicity, and in particular, mechanisms involved in virulence and virulence gene expression; (4) evolution and diversity of the pseudomonads through multilocus sequence typing (MLST) analysis; (5) determination of pathogens associated with new and emerging diseases; (6) effect of global warming on increase and emergence of new bacterial diseases.
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Table of Contents
Preface. Sponsors and Donors.
Section 1. Identification and Detection. 1. Current technologies for Pseudomonas spp. and Ralstonia solanacearum detection and molecular typing: M.M. López et al. 2. Siderophore uses in Pseudomonas syringae identification: A. Bultreys, I. Gheysen. 3. Chlorophyll fluorescene imaging for detection of Bean response to Pseudomonas syringae in asymptomatic leaf areas: L. Rodrígues-Moreno et al. 4. Sensitive detection of Ralstonia solanacearum (race 3) using serological methods and Biolog automated system: A.E. Tawfik et al.
Section 2. Epidemiology and Disease Management. 5. Epidemiological basis for an efficient control of Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi on olive trees: J.M. Quesada et al. 6. Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae on kiwifruit plants: its role and its control: A. Rossetti and G.M. Balestra. 7. Head rot of cauliflower caused by Pseudomonas fluerescens in southern Italy: P. Lo Cantore and N.S. Iacobellis. 8. Internalization and survival of Pseudomonas corrugata from flowers to fruits and seeds of tomato plants: G. Cirvilleri et al. 9. Copper and streptomycin resistance in pseudomonas strains isolated from pipfruit and stone fruit orchards in New Zealand: J.L. Vanneste et al. 10. Basal defence in Arabidopsis agains Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola: Beyond FLS2?: A. Forsyth et al. 11. Agrobacterium suppresses P. syringae-elicited salicylate production in Nicotiana tabacum leaves: A. Rico and G.M. Preston. 12. Characterization of an inhibitory strain of Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae with potential as a biocontrol agent for bacterial blight on soybean: S.D. Braun and B. Völksch. 13. Characterization of the inhibitory strain Pantoea sp. 48b/90 with potential as a biocontrol agent for bacterial plant pathogens: B. Völksch and U. Sammer. 14. Pseudomonas syringae: Prospects for its use as a weed biocontrol agent: B.M. Thompson et al. 15. Analysis of Pseudomonas syringae populations and identification of strains as potential biocontrol agents against postharvest rot of different fruits: G. Cirvilleri et al.
Section 3. Pathogenesis and Determinants of Pathogenicity. 16. The distribution of multiple exopolysaccharides in Pseudomonas syringae biofilms: H. Laue et al. 17. Impact of temperature on the regulation of coronatine biosyntesis in Pseudomonas syringae: Y. Braun et al. 18. Role of flagelling glycosylation in bacterial virulence: Y. Ichinose et al. 19. Genetic relatedness among the different genetic lineages of Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola: M.E. Führer et al. 20. WLIP and Analogues of Tolaasin I, Lipodepsipeptides from Pseudomonas reactans and Pseudomonas tolaasii: A Comparison of their Activity on Natural and Model Membranes: R. Paletti et al. 21. Competitive index in mixed infection: a sensitive and accurate method to quantify growth of pseudomonas syringae in different plants: A.P. Macho et al.
Section 4. Genomics and Molecular Characterization. 22. Genomic analysis of Pseudomonas syringae pathovars: Identification of virulence genes and associated regulatory elements using pattern-based searches and genome comparison: W. Lindeberg et al. 23. Gene ontology (GO) for microbe-host interactions and its use in ongoing annotation of three Pseudomonas syringae genomes via the pseudomonas-plant interaction (PPI) website: C.W. Collmer et al. 24. Exploring the functions of proteins secreted by the Hrp type III secretion system of Pseudomonas syringae: A. Collmer et al. 25. Conservation of the pathogenicity island for biosynthesis of the phytotoxin phaseolotoxin in Pseudomonas syringae pathovars: L. Navarro de la Fuente et al. 26. Action on plants, regulation of biosynthesis and phylogenetic occurrence of structurally related compounds: B. Schellenberg et al. 27. A RND-type multidrug efflux pump mexab from the plant pathogens Pseudomonas syringae: S. Stoitsova et al. 28. Regulation of the levansucrase genes from Pseudomonas syringae pv. glycinea at the level of transcription: D. Zhurina et al. 29. Evaluation of phenotypic and genetic techniques to analyze diversity of Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae strains isolates from mango trees: J.A. Gutiérrez-Barranquero et al. 30. Characterization of Pseudomonas syringae strains isolated from diseased horse-chestnut trees in Belgium: A. Bultreys et al. 31. Interactions of pseudomonads with mushrooms and other eukaryotic hosts: P. Burlinson et al.
Section 5. Taxonomy and Evolution. 32. The Evolution of the Pseudomonads: D.S. Guttman et al. 33. Characterization of Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi strains collected from olive trees in different countries: C. Moretti et al. 34. Separate origins and pathogenic convergence in Pseudomonas avellanae lineages: M. Scortichini. 35. Genetic diversity among pseudomonad strains associated with cereal diseases in the Russian Federation: E.V. Matveeva et al. 36. Characterization of Antimicrobial and Structural Metabolites from Burkholderia gladioli pv. agaricicola: A. Cimmino et al. 37. Tomato pith necrosis disease caused by Pseudomonas species in Turkey: H. Saygili et al.
Section 6. New Emerging Pathogens. 38. Emerging plant pathogenic bacteria and global warming: N.W. Schaad. 39. Angular leaf spot of cucurbits: a bacterial disease expansion in Morocco: M. Fatmi et al. 40. Panicle sterility and grain discolouration: new and emerging bacterial diseases of rice in Italy: P. Cortesi et al. 41. Pseudomonas blight of raspberry in Serbia: A. Obradovic et al. 42. Studies on plant pathogenic bacterium causal agent of soybean bacterial spots (Pseudomonas syringae pv. glycinea (Coerper) Young et al. : M. Ignjatov et al. 43. Bacterial diseases of Agaricus bisporus in Servia: A. Obradovic et al.
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