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Bacterial Plant Pathology

By: David C Sigee
325 pages, 44 line diagrams, 19 half-tones, 40 tables
Bacterial Plant Pathology
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  • Bacterial Plant Pathology ISBN: 9780521619677 Paperback Mar 2005 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
  • Bacterial Plant Pathology ISBN: 9780521350648 Hardback May 1993 Out of Print #20376
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Bringing together bacterial structure and function, taxonomy, environmental microbiology, induction and development of plant disease, molecular genetics and disease control, Dr Sigee unifies the field, at the same time as emphasising exciting developments in cell and molecular biology. The book is written in a clear and concise manner, illustrated with numerous tables, diagrams and photographs.


1. Bacteria as plant pathogens; 2. Bacterial structure and function; 3. Taxonomy of plant pathogenic bacteria classification, nomenclature and identification; 4. Plant pathogenic bacteria in the environment; 5. The infection process; 6. Compatible interactions: the hypersensitive response; 7. Bacterial virulence and plant disease; 8. Genetical analysis of plant pathogenic bacteria; 9. Disease control; Index.

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By: David C Sigee
325 pages, 44 line diagrams, 19 half-tones, 40 tables
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'This book provides a useful compilation of information about the cellular and molecular interactions of plant pathogenic bacteria with their hosts ... useful for undergraduates and others who require a background in this area of plant pathology.' Portland Press
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