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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Disease Resistance in Plants.
Oxford : Elsevier Science, ©1984
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J E Vanderplank
|Notes:||9.8 Test to Distinguish Vertical from Horizontal Partial Resistance.|
|Description:||1 online resource (209 pages)|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Disease Resistance in Plants; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Preface to the First Edition; Chapter 1. Introduction; Text; Chapter 2. Unspecific Resistance; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Diagonal Check for Specificity in a Gene-for-Gene Relation; 2.3 The Resistance Gene Paradox; 2.4 The Potato-Phytophthora System; 2.5 Hosts and Nonhosts; 2.6 Host-Specific Toxins; 2.7 Discussion; Chapter 3. Host Plants: Phenotypic Variation and Gene Numbers; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Partition of Variance; 3.3 Discontinuous Variation with Many Genes Involved: Pseudomonogenic Resistance. 3.4 Discontinuous Variation with Few Genes Involved3.5 Discontinuous Variation and Cytoplasmic Inheritance; 3.6 Continuous Variation; 3.7 Background to the Polygene Story; 3.8 The Error of Expecting Safety in Numbers: Additive Variance; 3.9 Experimental Difficulties in Partitioning Variance; Chapter 4. The Pathogen: Epistasis and Virulence; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 The ABC-XYZ Classification and Diallel Gene Pairing; 4.3 Virulence Dissociation; 4.4 Epistasis-Environment Interaction; 4.5 Danger in Artifacts; 4.6 Virulence Association; 4.7 Definition of a Physiological Race. Chapter 5. Adaptation of the Pathogen to the Host: Wheat Stem Rust in Australia5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Direct Adaptation of the Pathogen to the Host; 5.3 Indirect Adaptation of the Pathogen to the Host; 5.4 Discussion; Chapter 6. Mutation in the Pathogen from Avirulence to Virulence; 6.1 Variable Mutation Rates; 6.2 Wild-Type Pathogen Populations; 6.3 Viral Diseases; 6.4 Bacterial Diseases; 6.5 Fungal Diseases; 6.6 Inoperative and Operative Mutation; 6.7 Epidemiological Mutation; Chapter 7. Horizontal and Vertical Resistance; 7.1 Definitions in a Two-Variable System. 7.2 The Geometric Illustration7.3 Illustration by Analysis of Variance; 7.4 Illustration by Ranking Order; 7.5 Vertical Resistance Effective Only against Initial Inoculum; 7.6 Interrupted or Uninterrupted Presence of Disease or Inoculum; 7.7 Vertical Partial Resistance; 7.8 Adult-Plant Resistance: Scheibe's Rule; 7.9 Higher-Order Interactions; 7.10 How Realistic Is the Definition of Horizontal Resistance?; 7.11 A Third Variable; 7.12 Qualitative and Quantitative Variation in Host and Pathogen; 7.13 Unclassified Resistance; 7.14 Pseudospecificity; 7.15 Remnants of Horizontal Resistance. 7.16 Horizontal Resistance and Stabilizing SelectionChapter 8. Remnants of Resistance; 8.1 Three Questions; 8.2 The Vertifolia Effect; 8.3 Ghost Resistance; 8.4 The Either/Or Avirulence/Virulence Error; 8.5 The Horizontal Resistance Equivalent; Chapter 9. Protein Polymorphism and Vertical Resistance; 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 Molecular Association in Specific Susceptibility; 9.3 Molecular Storage of Massive Variation; 9.4 Endothermic Susceptibility; 9.5 Individuality in Temperature Responses; 9.6 Vertical Resistance; 9.7 Coping with Recessive Resistance.|