Biocommunication of Fungi


ISBN: 978-94-007-4263-5 (Print) 978-94-007-4264-2 (Online)
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Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

  2. Book Chapter

    Pages 1-18

    Introduction: Keylevels of Biocommunication in Fungi

  3. Intraorganismic Communication

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 19-19

    2. Book Chapter

      Pages 21-38

      G Protein Signaling Components in Filamentous Fungal Genomes

    3. Book Chapter

      Pages 39-55

      Glycogen Metabolism Regulation in Neurospora crassa

    4. Book Chapter

      Pages 57-69

      Epigenetic Regulation of Secondary Metabolite Biosynthetic Genes in Fungi

    5. Book Chapter

      Pages 71-83

      Genes from Double-Stranded RNA Viruses in the Nuclear Genomes of Fungi

    6. Book Chapter

      Pages 85-102

      Signal Transduction Pathways Regulating Switching, Mating and Biofilm Formation in Candida albicans and Related Species

    7. Book Chapter

      Pages 103-114

      Cell-to-Cell Communication in the Tip Growth of Mycelial Fungi

    8. Book Chapter

      Pages 115-138

      Programmed Cell Death and Heterokaryon Incompatibility in Filamentous Fungi

  4. Interorganismic Communication

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 139-139

    2. Book Chapter

      Pages 141-154

      Communication and Differentiation in the Development of Yeast Colonies

    3. Book Chapter

      Pages 155-170

      Hyphal Interference: Self Versus Non-self Fungal Recognition and Hyphal Death

    4. Book Chapter

      Pages 171-188

      Sexual Pheromones in the Fungi

    5. Book Chapter

      Pages 189-204

      Thoughts on Quorum Sensing and Fungal Dimorphism

  5. Transorganismic Communication

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 205-205

    2. Book Chapter

      Pages 207-218

      Metabolite-Mediated Interactions Between Bacteria and Fungi

    3. Book Chapter

      Pages 219-227

      Viruses, Fungi and Plants: Cross-Kingdom Communication and Mutualism

    4. Book Chapter

      Pages 229-247

      Communication Between Plant, Ectomycorrhizal Fungi and Helper Bacteria

    5. Book Chapter

      Pages 249-260

      Lipid-Mediated Signaling Between Fungi and Plants

    6. Book Chapter

      Pages 261-271

      Fungus Development and Reactive Oxygen: Phytopathological Aspects

    7. Book Chapter

      Pages 273-290

      Oxidative Stress and Oxylipins in Plant-Fungus Interaction

    8. Book Chapter

      Pages 291-303

      Oxylipins in Fungal-Mammalian Interactions

    9. Book Chapter

      Pages 305-336

      Chemical Signals That Mediate Insect-Fungal Interactions

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 337-343