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Nematode Interactions

by M. Wajid Khan

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


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Number of Pages396
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Open LibraryOL7478714M
ISBN 100412461307
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additive effect of the two together. These interactions have been described from several crops, but lesion nematode-seedling pathogen interactions on maize(Zea mays L.) have not been intensively studied. Developments in seed treatment technology now offer new tools for the study and management of nematode-fungus interactions.   The book comprises 14 chapters divided in six sections: (i) Setting the scene; (ii) The soil environment, soil ecology, soil health and sustainable agriculture; (iii) Natural enemies of nematodes; (iv) Plant‐microbial symbiont–nematode interactions; (v) Natural suppression and inundative biological control; and (vi) Summary, conclusions.

This book has 16 chapters which attempt to present balanced information on various aspects of nematode interactions with other plant pathogens and root symbionts. The first chapter deals with the historical perspective of plant nematology, general aspects of nematode parasitism on plants and introduces nematode interactions with other plant pathogens. Chemical language and warfare of bacterial natural products in bacteria–nematode–insect interactions Y. Shi and H. B. Bode, Nat. Prod. Rep., , 35, Authors contributing to RSC publications (journal articles, books or book chapters) do not need to formally request permission to reproduce material contained in this article provided Cited by:

Plant–nematode interactions Valerie M Williamson and Cynthia A Gleason Root-knot nematodes and cyst nematodes are obligate, biotrophic pathogens of numerous plant species. These organisms cause dramatic changes in the morphology and physiology of their hosts. The molecular characterization ofFile Size: KB.   The purpose of this book is to showcase the developments in plant-nematode interactions over the last few years and to summarise the impact that genomics has had on our field. We have also tried to include sufficient background information in Part I to make the book accessible to relative newcomers to the field.


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The book embodies 16 chapters, and attempts to present balanced infor­ mation on various aspects of nematode interactions with other plant pathogens and root symbionts.

Some chapters describe general aspects of the subject. Interactions of nematodes with specific groups Nematode Interactions book organisms are addressed in the remaining chapters.

The book embodies 16 chapters, and attempts to present balanced infor­ mation on various aspects of nematode interactions with other plant pathogens and root symbionts.

Some chapters describe general aspects of the subject. Interactions of nematodes with specific groups of organisms are addressed in the remaining : Hardcover. I have limited the book content to interactions with biotic pathogens and root symbionts only, for various reasons.

The book embodies 16 chapters, and attempts Nematode Interactions book present balanced infor­ mation on various aspects of nematode interactions with other plant pathogens and root symbionts.

Some chapters describe general aspects of the : M. Wajid Khan. Goellner, X. Wang, E.L. DavisEndo-β-1,4-glucanase expression in compatible plant–nematode interactions.

Plant Cell, 13 (), pp. Google Scholar. Both plant and nematode β-endoglucanases appear to be involved in nematode pathogenesis. In this paper, the authors present expression and localization data which indicate that the Cited by: It explains a broadened basis for understanding nematode physiology and behavior and the sensory mechanisms that govern nematode actions and plant host-nematode interactions.

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Foreword. Nematodes are ubiquitous in soils, often a serious detriment, but sometimes beneficial to crop production. This monograph explores the general basis of nematode biology, systematics, and ecology, and provides specific information on the most important crop-nematode interactions.

This book reviews developments in the molecular biology of plant-nematode interactions that have been driven by the application of genomics tools. The book will be of interest to postgraduate students and to researchers with an interest in plant nematology and/or plant pathology more generally.

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Fenoll. Nematode interactions are important biological phenomena and of great significance in agriculture. The book embodies 16 chapters, and attempts to present balanced infor mation on various aspects of nematode interactions with other plant pathogens and root symbionts.

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The book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date account of nematode interactions, incorporating theoretical and practical aspects. The contributors are international experts in their fields. Each chapter reviews the available literature, giving insights into current thinking, pointing out limitations in present knowledge and directing the way.

The current volume focuses on a number of areas that are of importance in the area of plant parasitic nematode soil ecology, based on the multitrophic interactions between plant, nematodes and.

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The book will be of interest to postgraduate students and to researchers with an interest in plant nematology and/or plant pathology more generally. Read "Plant Nematode Interactions A View on Compatible Interrelationships" by Carolina Escobar available from Rakuten Kobo. Advances in Botanical Research publishes in-depth and up-to-date reviews on a wide range of topics in plant sciences.

Cu Brand: Elsevier Science. Purchase Plant Nematode Interactions, Volume 73 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNnematode biology, systematics, and ecology, and provides specific information on the most important crop-nematode interactions.

It is the most comprehensive treatise available on these complex nematode-plant relationships. Two score of the world's most knowledgeable experts on. Nematode effector proteins: targets and functions in plant parasitism.

Chapter 13 IN: F Martin and S Kamoun (Eds.) Effectors in Plant-Microbe Interactions (pp. ) Weinheim: Wiley-Blackwell, Smith, G.S. () Interactions of nematodes with mycorrhizal fungi, in Vistas on Nematology (eds J.A Veech and D.W. Dickson), Society of Nematologists, Hyattsville, pp.

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