5 edition of Molecular Genetics of Host-Specific Toxins in Plant Disease (Developments in Plant Pathology) found in the catalog.
March 31, 1998
Written in English
|Contributions||Keisuke Kohmoto (Editor), Olen C. Yoder (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||428|
Jan 01, · Understanding the mechanistic basis of why a certain pathogen causes disease in one host plant and not in another has long intrigued and motivated plant pathologists. Plants, in nature, are generally resistant to most pathogens. The ability of a pathogen to cause disease in a host plant . Plant pathology (also phytopathology) is the scientific study of diseases in plants caused by pathogens (infectious organisms) and environmental conditions (physiological factors). Organisms that cause infectious disease include fungi, oomycetes, bacteria, viruses, viroids, virus-like organisms, phytoplasmas, protozoa, nematodes and parasitic chateau-du-bezy.com included are ectoparasites like insects.
Phytotoxins are defined and the basic concepts related to the role of phytotoxins in pathogenesis and their potential application in agricultural biotechnology are considered. Examples of phytotoxins, their chemical group and source and examples of host-specific toxins are tabulated. Uses of phytotoxins for the development of disease resistance, in the synthesis of effective herbicides and in Author: G. A. Strobel, I. Barash, P. Vidhyasekaran. Jan 31, · Scientists at Michigan State University (MSU) are building a new library, not of books, but of thousands of plant-inspired, semi-synthetic small molecules developed at the university.. One of the first scribes to contribute to the library is Bjoern Hamberger, assistant professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, whose research into plant metabolic pathways has led to Author: Sarah Zwickle.
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We have in the past often regarded diseases mediated by host-specific toxins and diseases involving 'gene-for-gene' relationships as representing two different classes of fungal/plant interaction. This is largely because the key molecular recognition event in so-called 'toxin' diseases leads to compatibility, whereas the corresponding event in 'gene-for-gene' diseases leads to chateau-du-bezy.com: Keisuke Kohmoto.
Molecular Genetics of Host-Specific Toxins in Plant Disease Proceedings of the 3rd Tottori International Symposium on Host-Specific Toxins, Daisen, Tottori, Japan, August 24–29, Editors: Kohmoto, Keisuke, Yoder, Olen C. (Eds.). We have in the past often regarded diseases mediated by host-specific toxins and diseases involving 'gene-for-gene' relationships as representing two different classes of fungal/plant interaction.
This is largely because the key molecular recognition event in so-called 'toxin' diseases leads to compatibility, whereas the corresponding event in 'gene-for-gene' diseases leads to incompatibility. Molecular Genetics of Host-Specific Toxins in Plant Disease: Proceedings of the 3rd Tottori International Symposium on Host-Specific Toxins, Daisen,(Developments in Plant Pathology) (1st Edition) by Keisuke Kohmoto (Editor), Olen C.
Yoder (Editor), Kaisuka Kohmoto (Editor), Keisuke Kōmoto Hardcover, Pages, Published DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data.
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+ Get Free Shipping on books over $25. Molecular Genetics of Host-Specific Toxins in Plant Disease: For investigators engaged in the study of toxins generally, and host-specific toxins in particular, it is a rare treat to attend a meeting in which toxins involved in plant pathogenesis are chateau-du-bezy.com: Peter Deuflhard.
It further talks about the production, isolation, assay, genetics of production, mechanism of action, structure-activity relationship, metabolism, and applications of these toxins. This publication will provide a rational basis for future investigations and contribute to the eventual understanding of the role that toxins play in disease causation.
This text, concisely sets out the fundamentals required by students in this rapidly growing field. Plant Molecular Genetics is split into four parts: the first deals with the structure and inheritance of plant genomes; the second with the biology of Agrobacterium tumefaciens and its use in plant transformation; the third with key topics in plant molecular biology, including nitrogen fixation Cited by: Annual Review of Phytopathology Toxins in Pathogenesis O C Yoder Annual Review of Phytopathology Host-Specific Toxins and Chemical Structures from Alternaria Species S Nishimura, and and K Kohmoto Annual Review of Phytopathology Microbial Toxins in Plant Disease H Wheeler, and and H H Luke Annual Review of MicrobiologyCited by: Walton J.D.
et al. () Enzymology, Molecular Genetics, and Regulation of Biosynthesis of the Host-Selective Toxin HC-Toxin. In: Kohmoto K., Yoder O.C. (eds) Molecular Genetics of Host-Specific Toxins in Plant chateau-du-bezy.com by: 4.
Types of Plant Diseases 7 History of Plant Pathology and Early Significant Plant Diseases 8 Examples of Molecular Genetics of Selected Plant Diseases: The Powdery Mildew Disease — — Other Non-Host-Specific Toxins Host-Specific or Host-Selective Toxins Victorin.
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Molecular genetics of host-specific toxins in plant diseases: proceedings of the 3rd Tottori International Symposium on Host-Specific Toxins, Daisen, Tottori, Japan, AugustAuthor: Keisuke Kohmoto ; Olen Yoder.
For example, fumonisins and AAL-toxins (host-specific toxins) are mycotoxins and phytotoxins, respectively, and yet they share the same polyketide backbone and biological activity. Trichothecene mycotoxins contribute to plant disease development and play minor roles as phytotoxins.
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Molecular Genetics of Host-Specific Toxins in Plant Disease: Proceedings of the 3rd Tottori International Symposium on Host-Specific Toxins, Daisen, Tottori, Japan, August[Keisuke Kohmoto; Olen C Yoder] -- The Tottori International Symposia on Host-Specific Toxins were established in by the Tottori University Faculty of Agriculture to provide an interdisciplinary.
Molecular basis of disease susceptibility in the Texas cytoplasm of maize. Plant Molecular Biology19 (1), DOI: /BF Charles S. Levings, James N. Siedow. Synthesis and biological activity of mimics of pm-toxins the host-specific cornpathotoxin produced by Cited by: Molecular Bases of Plant-Pathogen Interactions.
The existence of susceptible and resistant cultivars implies specificity in plant diseases. One explanation for this high specificity is a ''recognition'' mechanism between pathogen and host. Aug 22, · Doke, N. et al. in Molecular Genetics of Host-Specific Toxins in Plant Disease (eds Kohmoto, K.
& Yoder, O. C.) – (Kluwer, Dordrecht, ) Google Scholar 5Cited by:. The book is primarily intended for the researchers, teachers, graduate students and senior undergraduates in the fields 'of plant pathology, phytonematology, phytobacteriology, phytovirology, mycology, botany, plant molecular biology, genetics and plant breeding and agricultural microbiology.Cellular and Molecular Aspects of Plant-Nematode Interactions by C.
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Host-specific toxins are important virulence factors and determinants of host range in plant pathogenic fungi.
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