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Advances in Rice Blast Research

Edited By: D Tharreau, M H Lebrun, N J Talbot and J L Notteghem
Advances in Rice Blast Research
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About this book

Advances in Rice Blast Research provides a complete overview of the research undertaken on the rice-blast pathosystem. This book gathers in one volume the most recent works on rice blast fungus genetics and molecular biology of pathogenicity, rice blast fungus population studies, and genetics and molecular biology of rice resistance to blast, including resistance gene cloning. It also presents the latest results on resistance breeding and resistance management strategies, epidemiology and disease management. This book is a must for plant pathologists and breeders working on rice blast and also to plant pathologists and breeders dealing with fungal diseases in general, because the rice-blast pathosystem is a model in plant pathology.

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Preface. Acknowledgement. Host Resistance: Resistance Genes. Host Resistance: Defense Reactions. Epidemiology and Integrated Disease Management. Pathogen Population Studies. Pathogen Genetics and Molecular Biology. Abstract. Key words index.

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Edited By: D Tharreau, M H Lebrun, N J Talbot and J L Notteghem
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'The papers presented in this book are on the whole well presented... In all, I heartily recommend this book for an excellent background read to recent research in rice blast disease.' Crop Protection, 21 (2002)

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