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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alastair Fitter; D P Stribley; New Phytologist Trust.
|Notes:||"Reprinted from the New phytologist 133, 1996."|
|Description:||197 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm|
|Contents:||Reduction of risk for growers: methods for the development of disease-resistant crops Scott Uknes, Bernard Vernooij, Shericca Morris, Danielle Chandler, Henry-York Steiner, Nicole Specker, Michelle Hunt, Urs Neuenschwander, Kay Lawton, Mark Starrett, Leslie Friedrich, Kris Weymann, David Negrotto, Jorn Gorlach, Mike Lanahan, John Salmeron, Eric Ward, Helmut Kessmann and John Ryals; Ensnaring microbes: the components of plant disease resistance Kim E. Hammond-Kosack, David A. Jones and Jonathan D. G. Jones; Nod factor-induced host responses and mechanisms of Nod factor perception Renze Heidstra and Ton Bisseling; Cellular and molecular defence-related root responses to invasion by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Vivienne Gianinazzi-Pearson, Eliane Dumas-Gaudot, Armelle Gollotte, A. Tahiri-Alaoui and S. Gianinazzi; Suppression of defence responses in mycorrhizal alfalfa and tobacco roots Yoram Kapulnik, Hanne Volpin, Hannan Itzhaki, Dana Ganon, Shmuel Galili, Rakefet David, Orna Shaul, Yigal Elad, Ilan Chet and Yaacov Okon; Analysis of factors involved in fungal recognition responses to host-derived signals by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Manuela Giovannetti, Cristiana Sbrana, Anna Silvia Citernesi and Luciano Avio; Molecular analysis of cell wall proteins expressed during the early steps of ectomycorrhiza development Denis Tagu and Francis Martin; Diversity and phylogeny of rhizobia J. Peter W. Young and Kaisa E. Haukka; Phylogeny of the Glomales: deciphering the past to understand the present L. Simon; Diversity of the ribosomal internal transcribed spacers within and among isolates of Glomus mosseae and related mycorrhizal fungi S. A. Lloyd-Macgilp, S. M. Chambers, J. C. Dodd, A. H. Fitter, C. Walker and J. P. W. Young; Inter- and intraspecific variation within the morphologically-similar arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Glomus mosseae and Glomus coronatum J. C. Dodd, S. Rosendahl, M. Giovannetti, A. Broome, L. Lanfranco and C. Walker; The genetic diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in natural ecosystems - a key to understanding the ecology and functioning of the mycorrhizal symbiosis Ian R. Sanders, Justin P. Clapp and Andres Wiemken; Ecological implications of recognition events in the pre-infection stages of root pathogens J. W. Deacon; Mycorrhizal diversity in arctic and alpine tundra: an open question M. Gardes and A. Dahlberg; Population dynamics of indigenous and genetically modified rhizobia in the field Penny R. Hirsch; Lux gene technology - a strategy to optimize biological control of soil-borne diseases Duncan White, Carlo Leifert, Maarten H. Ryder and Ken Killham; The choice of molecular marker methods for population genetic studies of plant pathogens J. K. M. Brown.|
|Responsibility:||edited by A.H. Fitter and D.P. Stribley.|
'The articles ... integrate up-to-date information, contain plenty of recent references, some of them include original data, and they are well illustrated ... the book will be of great value not only