Plant Microbe Interactions: Volume 75

Plant Microbe Interactions: Volume 75

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Advances in Botanical Research publishes in-depth and up-to-date reviews on a wide range of topics in plant sciences. Currently in its 75th volume, the series features several reviews by recognized experts on all aspects of plant genetics, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, physiology, and ecology.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 390 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 22.86mm | 520g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 0124201164
  • 9780124201163

Table of contents

Not Just Sweet Talkers: How Roots Stimulate Their Colonization by Beneficial Bacteria
Pascale B. Beauregard
Molecular Patterns of Rhizobacteria Involved in Plant Immunity Elicitation
Martin Mariuotto and Marc Ongena
Root Microbiome Assemblage is Modulated by Plant Host Factors
Venkatachalam Lakshmanan
PGPR Interaction: An Eco- Friendly Approach Promoting the Sustainable Agriculture System
Usha Bishnoi
Human Pathogen-Plant Interactions: Concerns for Food Safety
Sarah M. Markland and Kalmia E. Kniel
Early Responses in the Root-Rhizobia Interaction
Oswaldo Valdes-Lopez and Georgina Hernandez
The Implications of Polyploidy for the Evolution of Signaling in Rhizobial Nodulation Symbiosis
Adrian F. Powell and Jeff J. Doyle
Plant Cues and Factors Influencing the Behavior of Beneficial Nematodes as a Belowground Indirect Defense
Jared Ali and Elizabeth Davidson-Lowe
Forest Canopy Precipitation Partitioning: An Important Plant Trait Influencing the Spatial Structure of the Symbiotic Soil Microbial Community
Carl L. Rosier, Leslie Dean Moore, Tiehang Wu and John T. Van Stan
Soluble and Volatile Metabolites of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR): Role and Practical Applications in Inhibiting Pathogens and Activating Induced Systemic Resistance (ISR)
Gul Shad Ali, David Norman and Ashraf. S. El-Sayed
Flying Whispers of Inter-kingdom Conversation: A Complementary Perspective of Plant and Bacterial Volatile Signals
Gopinath Selvaraj
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About Janine Sherrier

Harsh Bais is an associate professor of plant and soil interface at University of Delaware. Dr. Bais' rhizosphere biology research is focused on the biological significance of root-mediated responses. Root-root and root-microbe communications are continues occurrences in the rhizosphere, but due to the underground nature of roots, these intriguing interactions have largely been overlooked. His research is taking a multi-disciplinary approach by interfacing plant biology, molecular microbiology and biochemistry to unravel this underground communication process. Janine Sherrier is a professor at the University of Delaware (UD), where she teaches leads an active research program on beneficial plant-microbe interactions. Prior to joining UD, Sherrier earned a Ph.D. in biology at Texas A&M University and continued her formal training in plant biology as a post-doctoral researcher at the John Innes Centre, Department of Genetics and the University of Cambridge, Department of Biochemistry. Her research team's work focuses on the interface between plant and microbial partners and has practical applications in agricultural production of crop plants
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