Symbioses and Stress

Joint Ventures in Biology

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ISBN: 978-90-481-9448-3 (Print) 978-90-481-9449-0 (Online)

Table of contents (32 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxiv

  2. GENERAL INTRODUCTION

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-18

      On the Origin of Symbiosis

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      Pages 19-36

      Symbioses and Stress

  3. SYMBIOTIC ORIGIN OF EUKARYOTES

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 37-37

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      Pages 39-62

      Problems and Progress in Understanding the Origins of Mitochondria and Plastids

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      Pages 63-81

      The Origin of Eukarya as a Stress Response of Two-Membrane-Bounded Sexual Pre-karyote to an Aggressive Alphaproteobacterial Periplasmic Infection

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      Pages 83-94

      Low CO2 Stress: Glaucocystophytes May Have Found a Unique Solution

  4. AQUATIC SYMBIOSES

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 95-95

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      Pages 97-120

      Animal–Bacterial Endosymbioses of Gutless Tube-Dwelling Worms in Marine Sediments

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      Pages 121-144

      Multibiont Symbioses in the Coral Reef Ecosystem

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      Pages 145-175

      Cnidarian–Dinoflagellate Symbiosis-Mediated Adaptation to Environmental Perturbations

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      Pages 177-195

      Oxidative Stress-Mediated Development of Symbiosis in Green Paramecia

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      Pages 197-224

      Coral Symbiosis Under Stress

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      Pages 225-241

      Azolla as a Superorganism. Its Implication in Symbiotic Studies

  5. TERRESTRIAL SYMBIOSES

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 243-243

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      Pages 245-264

      Parasitism is a Strong Force Shaping the Fungus-Growing Ant–Microbe Symbiosis

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      Pages 265-288

      Evolution and Consequences of Nutrition-Based Symbioses in Insects: More than Food Stress

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      Pages 289-326

      Three in a Boat: Host-Plant, Insect Herbivore, and Fungal Entomopathogen

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      Pages 327-337

      Symbiotic Foraminifera and Stress

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      Pages 339-356

      Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis Under Stress Conditions: Benefits and Costs

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      Pages 357-374

      Modulation of Aquaporin Genes by the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis in Relation to Osmotic Stress Tolerance

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      Pages 375-391

      How Rhizobia Survive in the Absence of a Legume Host, a Stressful World Indeed

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      Pages 393-406

      Life on a Leaf: Bacterial Epiphytes of a Salt-Excreting Desert Tree

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      Pages 407-426

      Physiological Responses to Stress in the Vibrionaceae

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