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Plasticity in Plant-Growth-Promoting and Phytopathogenic Bacteria

  • Elena I. Katsy

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Susana Brom, Mariano Pistorio, David Romero, Gonzalo Torres-Tejerizo
    Pages 43-54
  3. Francisco Martínez-Granero, Miguel Redondo-Nieto, Marta Martín, Rafael Rivilla
    Pages 55-79
  4. Marco Scortichini, Simone Marcelletti, Patrizia Ferrante, Milena Petriccione, Emanuela Torelli, Giuseppe Firrao
    Pages 99-129
  5. Samriti Midha, Prabhu B. Patil
    Pages 131-153
  6. Naghmeh Nejat, Yee-How Tan
    Pages 155-169
  7. Rose Adele Monteiro, Leonardo Magalhães Cruz, Roseli Wassem, Marcelo Muller, Rodrigo Cardoso, Fábio de Oliveira Pedrosa et al.
    Pages 171-198
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 199-208

About this book

Introduction

Plasticity in Plant-Growth-Promoting and Phytopathogenic Bacteria brings together the expertise of a panel of researchers from around the world to provide comprehensive up-to-date reviews on the most interesting aspects of genomic and phenotypic plasticity in plant-beneficial and phytopathogenic bacteria.

The book covers various topics, including common and specific features in the genomes of symbiotic, plant-growth-promoting, and phytopathogenic bacteria; regulation of conjugative plasmid transfer in rhizobia; genetic and phenotypic variability in plant-beneficial pseudomonads and azospirilla; genomic fluxes in phytopathogenic xanthomonads and pseudomonads; genome plasticity in obligate parasitic Phytoplasmas; comparative genomics of plant-growth-promoting and phytopathogenic Herbaspirillum species; horizontal gene transfer in planta and microevolution of plant-associated bacteria in the phytosphere.

Plasticity in Plant-Growth-Promoting and Phytopathogenic Bacteria is recommended for all microbiology and plant biology laboratories.

Keywords

Genomic and Phenotypic Plasticity Nodule Bacteria Phytopathogenic Bacteria Plant-Growth-Promoting Bacteria Plant–Microbe Interactions

Editors and affiliations

  • Elena I. Katsy
    • 1
  1. 1.Russian Academy of SciencesInstitute of Biochemistry and Physiology of Plants and MicroorganismsSaratovRussia

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