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.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1997|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.02(d)|
Table of ContentsMolecular cloning of plant disease resistance genes-- Gregory B. Martin; Transgenic plants for disease control-- Luis Herrera-Hestrella, Laura Silva Rosales, and Rafael Rivera-Bustamante; Systemic acquired resistance-- Urs Neuenschwander, Kay Lawton, and John Ryals; Interactions of grasses with endophytic Epichloe species and hybrids-- Christopher L. Schardl; Pathogenesis and sexual development of the smut fungi-- J.W. Kronstad; Current concepts in the use of introduced bacteria for biological disease control: mechanisms and antifungal metabolites-- Linda S. Thomashow and David M. Weller; Legume signals to rhizobial symbionts: a new approach for defining rhizosphere colonization-- Donald A. Philips and Wolfgang R. Streit; Nodulation factors-- Jean Claude Prome and Nathalie Demont