Genes Involved in Plant Defense - T. Boller; F. Meins;Springer-Verlag, 1992, Hardback ..
Condition: Good+. Ex-company library with lable to the spine and stamp to ffep. Mildly bumped at head & tail of spine and corners. Text bright and tight.
Many fungi and bacteria that associate with plants are potentially harmful and can cause disease, while others enter into mutually beneficial symbioses. Co-evolution of plants with pathogenic and symbiotic microbes has lead to refined mechanisms of reciprocal recognition, defence and counter-defence. Genes in both partners determine and regulate these mechanisms. A detailed understanding of these genes provides basic biological insights as well as a starting point for developing novel methods of crop protection against pathogens. This volume deals with defence-related genes of plants and their regulation as well as with the genes of microbes involved in their interaction with plants. Illustrated with B&W photographs, diagrams and tables.
Size: 9¾" x 6½"
Number of Pages: 364