2 edition of Biology and breeding for resistance to arthropods and pathogens in agricultural plants found in the catalog.
Biology and breeding for resistance to arthropods and pathogens in agricultural plants
International Short Course in Host Plant Resistance (1979 Texas A & M University)
by Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, and UCLA Pest Management Project in CollegeStation, Tex
Written in English
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Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection (IPSP), Italian National Research Council (CNR), Viale Matti Torino, Italy Interests: environmental microbiology: root symbioses between plants and soil microorganisms; plant-soil microbial interactions: nitrogen-fixing symbionts, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and their associated bacteria; meta-barcoding studies of the soil . Microbial Insecticides: Principles and Applications (Insects and Other Terrestrial Arthropods: Biology, Chemistry and Behavior) UK ed. Edition by J. Francis Borgio (Author, Editor), K. Sahayaraj (Editor), I. Alper Susurluk (Editor) & 0 moreAuthor: J. Francis Borgio.
Humans have been managing crops for thousands of years, often choosing plants that are more or less resistant to pests. And for millions of years, arthropods have been evolving mechanisms to counteract defenses in plants (Berenbaum, , Gassmann et al., ).This chapter describes attempts by agriculturalists and entomologists to manage the resistance by host plants to deal Cited by: 7. ARTHROPODS PART TWO TICKS: Numerous species of arthropods play a role in human disease. Most of these are as vectors of different pathogens and, in other sections of this text, we have dealt with such disease vectors. There are also a number of arthropods that cause harm due their venom but these are not parasites.
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Biology and breeding for resistance to arthropods and pathogens in agricultural plants. College Station, Tex.: Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas A & M University System ; [Berkeley, Calif.]: University of California-Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project,  (OCoLC) Material Type.
Conference Title: Biology and breeding for resistance to arthropods and pathogens in agricultural plants. Abstract: The proceedings of the International short course in host plant resistance held July Aug. 4, at the Texas A&M University and sponsored by that university, and the University of California Agency for International.
the past 30 years, the ﬁeld of plant resistance to arthropods has been transformed into a new era, offering enormous opportunities for continued Author: Charles Michael Smith. ADVERTISEMENTS: Here is an essay on ‘Plant Breeding for Disease Resistance’ for class 9, 10, 11 and The main hindrance to higher yield is the susceptibility of plants towards disease caused by fungi, bacteria and viruses and to insects and pests.
There are various physical, chemical and biological methods for disease control but the [ ]. Far from being passive elements in the landscape, plants have developed many sophisticated chemical and mechanical means of deterring organisms that seek to prey on them.
This volume draws together research from ecology, evolution, agronomy, and plant pathology to produce an ecological genetics perspective on plant resistance in both natural and agricultural systems.5/5(1). Arthropod resistant crops reduce pesticide pollution, alleviate hunger and improve human nutrition.
Plant Resistance to Arthropods - Molecular and Conventional Approaches synthesizes new information about the environmental advantages of plant resistance, transgenic resistance, the molecular bases of resistance, and the use of molecular markers to map resistance : Springer Netherlands.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate In Plant Resistance to Arthropods: Molecular and Conventional Approaches the author C. Michael Smith ambitious to ascertain the arthropod resistant crops, reduce pesticide pollution, alleviate hunger and improve human nutrition.
This scientific book produces a new information about the environmental advantages of plant Reviews: 1. Harris, chapters. The first half of the book is on The Bipyridinium Herbicides. Summers. sary genetic principles Station, Tex., -x, pp.' illus.
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A special effort has been made to incorporate extensive chapters on gall-inducing Coleoptera, chloropids, and chalcidoids including the braconids and fig : A Raman. non Bt transgenic plants are often referred to as insecticidal plants and express, in plant resistance • Plant Molecular Author: Charles Michael Smith.
Description This book contains 6 chapters focusing on the following topics: analysis of global pesticide resistance in arthropods; documentation of pesticide resistance in arthropods; the biochemical and molecular genetic basis of resistance to pesticides in arthropods; assessing the risk of the evolution of resistance to pesticides using spatially complex simulation models.
Biography. Author Michael G. Milgroom has been a pioneer and leading researcher in the population genetics and population biology of plant pathogens for nearly 30 years. He has also taught this subject extensively at the graduate level for more than 20 years.
His vast knowledge and experience are apparent through Population Biology of Plant Pathogens's many examples. Here, we test whether pathogens' indirect effects on arthropod communities and herbivory depend on plant resistance to pathogens and/or herbivores, and address the overarching interacting foundation species hypothesis that genetics‐based interactions among a few highly interactive species can structure a much larger by: Exploiting pathogen biology for disease resistance breeding 2, views.
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Harris, ed.). Texas Agri. Exp. Stn. Bull. MP Google Scholar. In this comprehensive review, the author has brought together detailed information on the control, by breeding for resistance, of a wide range of pests and diseases of both temperate and tropical crops.
The book is divided into six sections, comprising 14 chapters. In section 1, methods of control are compared and contrasted, and the general principles and methods of breeding for Cited by:. Studies in the Agricultural and Food Sciences: Plant Breeding for Pest and Disease Resistance presents a critical review of the development of resistant varieties of plant to pests and diseases.
It discusses the economic impact of pests and diseases; the methods of controlling these pests and diseases; and the challenges being faced by a plant Book Edition: 1.Global sources of pepper genetic resources against arthropods, nematodes and pathogens.
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