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by Brian J. Deverall

eBook Defence Mechanisms of Plants (Cambridge Monographs in Experimental Biology) epub
  • ISBN: 0521112850
  • Author: Brian J. Deverall
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (June 4, 2009)
  • Pages: 120 pages
  • ePUB size: 1572 kb
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The central interest of the volume is with the processes by which plant cells perceive the approach of an intruder and occasionally permit, but usually discourage, its further progress

Defence Mechanisms of Plants (Cambridge Monographs in Experimental Biology).

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The central interest of the volume is with the processes by which plant cells perceive the approach of an intruder and occasionally permit, but usually discourage, its further progress

Series: Cambridge Monographs in Experimental Biology (19).

Series: Cambridge Monographs in Experimental Biology (19). Subjects: Plant Sciences, Life Sciences, Entomology. The central interest of the volume is with the processes by which plant cells perceive the approach of an intruder and occasionally permit, but usually discourage, its further progress. How do the genes of host and parasite communicate to determine the outcome of attempted parasitism?

Defence Mechanisms of Plants.

Defence Mechanisms of Plants. Published online: 10 May 2010. Print publication: 20 January 1977. Is there a universal defence mechanism in all plants and, if so, what is it? What contribution does the much studied process of phytoalexin formation make to the defence of plants? These are the main questions considered by Professor Deverall, and they are approached from a basis of our understanding of the genetical, cytological and biochemical interactions between plants and parasites.

Defence Mechanisms Plant book. Defence Mechanisms of Plants (Cambridge Monographs in Experimental Biology). 0521213355 (ISBN13: 9780521213356).

Is there a universal defence mechanism in all plants and, if so, what is it? What contribution does the much studied process of phytoalexin formation make to the defence of plants? These are the main questions considered by Professor Deverall, and they are approached from a basis o. .

Is there a universal defence mechanism in all plants and, if so, what is it? What contribution does the much studied process of phytoalexin formation make to the defence of plants? These are the main questions considered by Professor Deverall, and they are approached from a basis of our understanding of the genetical, cytological and biochemical interactions between plants and parasites

The central interest of the volume is with the processes by which plant cells perceive the approach of an intruder and occasionally permit, but usually discourage, its further progress. Brian James Deverall has been listed as a noteworthy Plant pathology educator by Marquis Cd. Cambridge Monographs in Experimental Biology No. 19. General. Works. Defence mechanisms of plants. Fungal Parasitism (Studies in Biology).

What contribution does the much studied process of phytoalexin formation make to the defence of plants? These are the main questions considered by Professor Deverall, and they are approached from a basis of our understanding of the genetical, cytological and biochemical interactions between plants and parasites.

First published in 1977, this volume is a short and integrated account of the dynamic mechanisms involved in the defence of plant cells against attack by parasitic bacteria and fungi. The central interest of the volume is with the processes by which plant cells perceive the approach of an intruder and occasionally permit, but usually discourage, its further progress. How do the genes of host and parasite communicate to determine the outcome of attempted parasitism? Is there a universal defence mechanism in all plants and, if so, what is it? What contribution does the much studied process of phytoalexin formation make to the defence of plants? These are the main questions considered by Professor Deverall, and they are approached from a basis of our understanding of the genetical, cytological and biochemical interactions between plants and parasites. Plant pathologists, mycologists, botanists, microbiologists, plant physiologists and plant biochemists who are professionally concerned with plant disease will find that this monograph reviews past advances in an area that was once the subject of much attention, and provides suggestions for solving some of the problems.
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