Book 2008

Sustainable disease management in a European context


ISBN: 978-1-4020-8779-0 (Print) 978-1-4020-8780-6 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-iv

  2. Chapter

    Pages 213-216


  3. Chapter

    Pages 217-231

    What are the prospects for genetically engineered, disease resistant plants?

  4. Chapter

    Pages 233-242

    Priming: it’s all the world to induced disease resistance

  5. Chapter

    Pages 243-255

    Resistance proteins: scouts of the plant innate immune system

  6. Chapter

    Pages 257-266

    How can we exploit functional genomics approaches for understanding the nature of plant defences? Barley as a case study

  7. Chapter

    Pages 267-280

    Roles of reactive oxygen species in interactions between plants and pathogens

  8. Chapter

    Pages 281-289

    Mechanisms modulating fungal attack in post-harvest pathogen interactions and their control

  9. Chapter

    Pages 291-302

    What can we learn from clubroots: alterations in host roots and hormone homeostasis caused by Plasmodiophora brassicae

  10. Chapter

    Pages 303-312

    Problems with disseminating information on disease control in wheat and barley to farmers

  11. Chapter

    Pages 313-322

    Control of plant diseases by natural products: Allicin from garlic as a case study

  12. Chapter

    Pages 323-330

    Use of Coniothyrium minitans as a biocontrol agent and some molecular aspects of sclerotial mycoparasitism

  13. Chapter

    Pages 331-337

    International standards for the diagnosis of regulated pests

  14. Chapter

    Pages 339-346

    Quality assurance in plant health diagnostics – the experience of the Danish Plant Directorate

  15. Chapter

    Pages 347-353

    Tracking fungi in soil with monoclonal antibodies

  16. Chapter

    Pages 355-363

    Exploiting generic platform technologies for the detection and identification of plant pathogens

  17. Chapter

    Pages 365-375

    The challenge of providing plant pest diagnostic services for Africa

  18. Chapter

    Pages 377-385

    Application of pathogen surveys, disease nurseries and varietal resistance characteristics in an IPM approach for the control of wheat yellow rust

  19. Chapter

    Pages 387-397

    Molecular approaches for characterization and use of natural disease resistance in wheat

  20. Chapter

    Pages 399-409

    Integration of breeding and technology into diversification strategies for disease control in modern agriculture