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Bacterial Disease Resistance in Plants

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Bacterial Disease Resistance in Plants describes the molecular biology of plant-pathogen interactions in depth.  Spectacular progress has been made in recent years in breeding for resistance to bacterial diseases in plants using recombinant DNA technologies.  Genome maps are also being prepared in several microorganisms.  This book comprehensively covers recent developments in the field of biotechnology and resistance to biotic stress with particular reference to diseases caused by bacteria.  Both the theoretical and practical aspects of the problem have been dealt with in detail.

Contents:  Molecular recognition processes between plant & bacterial pathogen, Host defense mechanisms: the cell wall---the first barrier and a source of defense signal molecules, Active oxygen species, Inducible plant proteins, Inducible secondary metabolites, Molecular manipulation of bacterial disease resistance, References.

P Vidhyasekaran, 2002, 452 p, illustrated, soft.  (List: $72.95)  $58.00

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