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Advances in Molecular Plant Nematology : NATO Science Series A: - F. Lamberti

Advances in Molecular Plant Nematology

NATO Science Series A:

By: F. Lamberti, C. De Giorgi (Editor), David McK. Bird (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 30th November 1994
ISBN: 9780306448225
Number Of Pages: 312

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Plant parasitic nematodes are a main pest to crops. For ex am pie, the root-knot nematodes belonging to the genus Meloidogyne are worldwide in their distribution and attack almost every type of crop, causing considerable losses of yield and affecting quality of produce. The cyst nematodes within the genera Globodera and Heterodera constitute a major group of plant pathogens in many countries throughout the world, suppressing yields of potato, sugar beet, soybean and cereals. Several nematodes such as longidorids and trichodorids are implicated in the transmission of numerous plant viruses. Many others cause constraints to agricultural production either locally or on large areas. However, despite their economic importance (they account for worldwide crop reduction in excess of 10%), plant parasitic nematodes are still poorly understood, because most of them are obligate parasites of roots. Environmental concerns over the agricultural use of pesticides demand the development of alternative measures to control them. To achieve environmentally sound control, knowledge of the basic biology of nematodes must be expanded. Important research areas include understanding the molecular bases for pathogenicity, the molecular mechanisms of the host- parasite interactions and the genetic bases for population fluctuations. The workshop has, for the first time, brought together an international group of researchers using molecular approaches to study plant parasitic nematodes and their host responses.

The Caenorhabditis Elegans Genome Projectp. 3
Genetic Analysis in Caenorhabditis Elegansp. 19
Transposable Elements in Nematodesp. 35
Linkage Mapping in Potato Cyst Nematodesp. 57
Genetic Analysis of the Soybean-Heterodera Glycines Interactionp. 65
Molecular Characterization of the Burrowing Nematode Sibling Species, Radopholus Cytrophilus and R. Similisp. 77
Cuticlin Gene Organization in Meloidogyne Artielliap. 85
Genetic Variation in Tropical Meloidogyne Spp.p. 91
Nucleotide Sequences in Nematode Systematicsp. 99
The Use of mtDNA for the Identification of Plant Parasitic Nematodesp. 109
PCR for Nematode Identificationp. 119
Perspectives for Genetically Engineered Antibodies for the Identification of Nematodesp. 129
Repetitive DNA in Plant-Parasitic Nematodes: Use for Interspecific and Intraspecific Identificationp. 141
Arabidopsis Thaliana as a Model Host Plant to Study Molecular Interactions with Root-Knot and Cyst Nematodesp. 161
Arabidopsis Thaliana and Heterodera Schachtii: a Versatile Model to Characterize the Interaction between Host Plants and Cyst Nematodesp. 171
Molecular and Cellular Dissection of Giant Cell Functionp. 181
Novel Plant Defences against Nematodesp. 197
Molecular Biology of Nematode Resistance in Tomatop. 211
Bioengineering Resistance to Sedentary Endoparasitic Nematodesp. 221
Meloidogyne Stylet Secretionsp. 233
Chemoreception in Nematodesp. 251
Genetics of Meloidogyne Virulence against Resistance Genes from Solanaceous Cropsp. 261
Molecular Approaches to an Understanding of the Transmission of Plant Viruses by Nematodesp. 277
Characterization of Resistance Genes in Beta Spp. and Identification of Virulence Genes in Heterodera Schachtiip. 295
Participantsp. 303
Indexp. 307
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ISBN: 9780306448225
ISBN-10: 030644822X
Series: NATO Science Series A:
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 312
Published: 30th November 1994
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 1.39

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