2006

Multigenic and Induced Systemic Resistance in Plants

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ISBN: 978-0-387-23265-2 (Print) 978-0-387-23266-9 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

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    Pages 1-8

    Terminology Related to Induced Systemic Resistance: Incorrect Use of Synonyms may Lead to a Scientific Dilemma by Misleading Interpretation of Results

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    Pages 9-20

    What’s Old and What’s New in Concepts of Induced Systemic Resistance in Plants, and its Application

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    Pages 21-48

    QTL Analysis of Multigenic Disease Resistance in Plant Breeding

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    Pages 49-82

    Ultrastructural Studies in Plant Disease Resistance

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    Pages 83-111

    The Hypersensitive Response in Plant Disease Resistance

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    Pages 112-142

    The Possible Role of PR Proteins in Multigenic and Induced Systemic Resistance

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    Pages 143-165

    Chemical Signals in Plant Resistance: Salicylic Acid

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    Pages 166-196

    Signaling in Plant Resistance Responses: Divergence and Cross-Talk of Defense Pathways

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    Pages 197-224

    The Relationship Between Basal and Induced Resistance in Arabidopsis

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    Pages 225-258

    Induced Systemic Resistance Mediated by Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) and Fungi (PGPF)

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    Pages 259-278

    Chemical Signals in Plants: Jasmonates and the Role of Insect-Derived Elicitors in Responses to Herbivores

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    Pages 279-295

    Tree Defenses Against Insects

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    Pages 296-313

    The Role of Terpene Synthases in the Direct and Indirect Defense of Conifers Against Insect Herbivory and Fungal Pathogens

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    Pages 314-334

    Mechanisms Involved in Plant Resistance to Nematodes

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    Pages 335-359

    Mechanisms Involved in Induced Resistance to Plant Viruses

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    Pages 360-385

    Mechanisms Underlying Plant Tolerance to Abiotic Stresses

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    Pages 386-414

    Commercialization of Plant Systemic Defense Activation: Theory, Problems and Successes

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    Pages 415-455

    Engineering Plants for Durable Disease Resistance

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    Pages 456-476

    Plantibody-Based Disease Resistance in Plants