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Molecular Mechanisms of Plant and Microbe Coexistence

Series: Soil Biology Volume: 15
By: Chandra S Nautiyal and Patrice Dion
511 pages, 54 illus
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Molecular Mechanisms of Plant and Microbe Coexistence
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The role of soil microbial diversity in enhancing plant health and plant microbe beneficial symbioses is discussed. Microbial communities are shown in the light of evolution. Main topics include genome coexistence and the functional genomics and proteomics of plant-associated microbes, which could form the basis for new environmentally benign strategies to combat infectious plant diseases and regulate plant growth. Further chapters focus on the role of signaling during the different stages of plant microbe coexistence, in symbiotic or pathogenic relationships, in quorum sensing and plant viral infections. Methods for studying the interactions in the root zone complement the book, which will certainly be of relevance in the practical application to agriculture, food security and for maintaining the balance of our ecosystems.

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Series: Soil Biology Volume: 15
By: Chandra S Nautiyal and Patrice Dion
511 pages, 54 illus
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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