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Edited By: A Agrwal, S Tuzan and E Bent
390 pages, 94 b/w illus, figs, tabs
Coordinates research from two disciplines relating to the transduction signals plants use to mediate induced responses to pathogens and herbivores. 44 scientists with backgrounds in plant pathology and entomology have combined to compare and contrast how these mechanisms work and to explore their impact and applications in agriculture.
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