Plant-microbe Interactions 2
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Plant-microbe Interactions 2

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ISBN-13:
9781461560531
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
228
Autor:
Noel T. Keen
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PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 2 Volume 1 of this series has made its appearance and dealt forcefully with impor- tant current topics in the field of plant-microbe interactions. We believe that the quality of those chapters was high and should serve as a focal point for the state of the art as well as an enduring reference. Volume 2 builds upon these accom- plishments. Chapter 1 discusses the fascinating lipo-chitin signal molecules from Rhizo- bium, aspects regarding their biosynthesis, and the basis for host specificity. These molecules are a cardinal example of how microorganisms influence plant development and stimulate speculation that they have identified a previously un- known aspect of plant hormone activity. Chapter 2 continues the discussion of Rhizobium by considering the trafficking of carbon and nitrogen in nodules. Al- though the ostensible advantage of nodules to plants is the fixation of atmos- pheric nitrogen, the actual process involved in supplying reduced nitrogen to the plant host is complex.
Plant-Microbe Interactions, Volume 2 Volume 1 of this series has made its appearance and dealt forcefully with impor- tant current topics in the field of plant-microbe interactions. We believe that the quality of those chapters was high and should serve as a focal point for the state of the art as well as an enduring reference. Volume 2 builds upon these accom- plishments. Chapter 1 discusses the fascinating lipo-chitin signal molecules from Rhizo- bium, aspects regarding their biosynthesis, and the basis for host specificity. These molecules are a cardinal example of how microorganisms influence plant development and stimulate speculation that they have identified a previously un- known aspect of plant hormone activity. Chapter 2 continues the discussion of Rhizobium by considering the trafficking of carbon and nitrogen in nodules. Al- though the ostensible advantage of nodules to plants is the fixation of atmos- pheric nitrogen, the actual process involved in supplying reduced nitrogen to the plant host is complex.