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Fungal-Plant Interactions

By: S Isaac
418 pages, 35 b/w photos, figs
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Fungal-Plant Interactions
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  • Fungal-Plant Interactions ISBN: 9780412364709 Paperback Dec 1991 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
    £119.99
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  • Fungal-Plant Interactions ISBN: 9780412353901 Hardback Dec 1991 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
    £170.50
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About this book

Interactions between fungi and higher plants are considered at the biochemical, cellular and whole plant level.

Contents

Part 1 Fungal life-style: fungal morphogenesis and physiology; fungal strategies. Part 2 Plants as an environment: living tissues as an environment; effects of environmental conditions on plant health; the plants' response to abiotic and biotic influences; effects of fungi on plant health; control of plant disease. Part 3 Fungal-plant confrontation: fungal invasion; mechanisms of disease resistance. Part 4 Effects of pathogenic fungal invasion on host plant physiology: physiological changes in host plant tissues; effects of invasion on cell growth. Part 5 Mutualistic symbioses: mycorrhizal symbioses; lichens; endophytic sybioses. Part 6 Biotechnology in the study of fungal-plant interaction: plant breeding for resistance to disease; the study of disease resistance using tissue culture technique; molecular biological techniques.

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By: S Isaac
418 pages, 35 b/w photos, figs
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
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..well worth buying..the text is certainly affordable for most undergraduates. - Plant Pathology

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