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Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Interactions : Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on the Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Associations, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 27-31, 1986 - Desh Pal S. Verma

Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Interactions

Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on the Molecular Genetics of Plant-Microbe Associations, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 27-31, 1986

By: Desh Pal S. Verma (Editor), Normand Brisson (Editor)

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Increased interest in the basic biology of plants and microorganisms stems from the fact that crop productivity is directly affected by plant-microbe interactions. In spite of the fact that plants exist in the environment amongst diverse species of microorganisms, only a few ever establish a direct relationship. Emerging awareness concerning the indirect effect of microbial association on plant growth and the possibility of using one microbe against another for controlling pathogenic interactions is at the genesis of new fields of studies. The primary reason for a microbe to associate with* photoautotrophic organisms (plants) is to tap its nutritional requirements, fixed carbon, as a source of energy. By hook or by crook, a microbe must survive. Some have evolved mechanisms to exploit plants to develop a niche for their biotropic demands. When in contact with a living plant, microorganisms may live in a passive association using exudates from the plant, invade it pathogenically or coexist with it in symbiosis. The plant responds to the interloper, either reacting in a hypersensitive manner to contain the invasion of pathogens, or by inducing a set of genes that leads toward symbiosis, or by simply succumbing to the invader. Thus, prior to contact wi th the plant, mic roorganism is able to sense the presence of the host and activate accordingly a set of genes required for the forthcoming interaction, whether symbiotic or pathogenic.

Section I: Molecular Genetics of Agrobacterium and Plant Transformation.- "Ecology of Agrobacterium: plasmids and biovars".- "The Agrobacterium rhizogenes root-inducing system".- "Effect of the presence of the plasmid pSA and of auxin on the attachment of Agrobacterium tumefaciens to plant host cells".- "Dual regulation of virulence genes of Agrobacterium plasmid pTiC58".- "Overdrive, a T-DNA transmission enhancer on the A. tumefaciens tumor-inducing plasmid".- "Physical structure and genetics of the T-DNA in plants transformed by Agrobacterium tumefaciens".- "Mammalian metallothionein functions in plants".- "Tumorigenesis and root nodulation by Agrobacterium tumefaciens carrying Rhizobium symplasmids".- Supplementary articles (see Section VI).- Section II: Molecular Genetics of Phytopathogenic Bacteria and Fungi.- "Cutinase and pectinase in host-pathogen and plant-bacterial interaction".- "Siderophore biosynthesis, uptake and effect on potato growth of rhizosphere strains".- "A gene cluster in Xanthomonas campestris PV Campestris required for pathogenicity controls the excretion of enzymes".- "Direct analysis of the invasiveness of Xanthomonas campestris mutants generated by Tn4431, a transposon containing a promoterless luciferase cassette for monitoring gene expression".- "Analysis of the spontaneous mutation to avirulence by Pseudomonas solanacearum".- "Characterization of pathogenicity genes of Erwinia carotovora".- "Characterization of a novel esterase produced by plant pathogenic Streptomyces".- Supplementary articles (see Section VI).- Section III: Molecular Genetics of the Host = (Symbiosis/Pathogenicity).- "Induced symbiosis mutants of Pisum sativum".- "Plant host genetics of nodulation initiation in soybean".- "A mutant of pea (Pisum sativum) possibly disturbed in the production of a compound required for the induction of nitrogenase activity in bacteroids".- "Non-modulation mutants of soybean".- "Early nodulins in root nodule development".- "Peribacteroid membrane nodulins of soybean".- "Isolation of nodule specific c-DNA clones from Medicago sativa".- "Analysis of nodule-specific gene expression in ineffective alfalfa root nodules and callus cultures derived from ineffective root nodules".- "Nodule specific genes in Phaseolus vulgaris".- "Investigation of plant genes expressed during symbiotic nitrogen fixation".- "Rhizobium induced plant proteins in target root epidermal cells of Vigna unguiculata".- "Four soybean nodulin genes evolved from a common ancestor".- "Coordinated expression of nodule-specific and root genes in yellow lupin".- "Plant gene expression during effect and ineffective nodule development of the tropical stem-nodulated legume Sesbania rostrata".- "Expression of two enzymes involved in ureide formation in soybean regulated by oxygen".- "Probing cell wall structure in the soybean root nodule".- "Monoclonal antibodies to components of Rhizobium-induced pea nodules".- "Localization of the glutamine synthetase polypeptides in Phaseolus root nodules".- "Changes in protein and mRNA accumulation in potato tubers treated with an elicitor".- Section IV: Molecular Genetics of Rhizobium.- "Organization of the Rhizobium phaseoli genome".- "Rifampin resistance and nodulating competitiveness in Rhizobium meliloti".- "A method for isolating competition defective mutants in Rhizobium".- "Genetic determinants of nodulation in pR1e 1001a: nodD".- "Symbiotic mutants of Rhizobium meliloti which produce non-succinylated exopolysaccharide".- "Rhizobium mutants defective in lipopolysaccharide and infection".- "Analysis of three Rhizobium phaseoli genes, psi, psr and pss, which affect exopolysaccharide synthesis and symbiotic nitrogen fixation and/or nodulation".- "Involvement of pSym nodulation genes in production of surface and extracellular components of Rhizobium trifolii which interact with white clover root hairs".- "Rhizobium exopolysaccharides are essential for the formation of nitrogen fixing nodules in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis".- "Coinoculation with symbiotically defective mutants of Rhizobium meliloti".- "Surface properties of Rhizobium meliloti associated with symbiosis".- "Degradative enzymes in Rhizobium meliloti".- "Identification of host specificity DNA regions determining the broad host range nodulation of Rhizobium strain NGR234".- "Nif, Fix and Nod gene clusters in Bradyrhizobium japonicum, and nifA-mediated control of symbiotic nitrogen fixation".- "Molecular genetics of nodulation of soybean by Bradyrhizobium japonicum".- "Characterization of genes essential for symbiotic nitrogen fixation from Bradyrhizobium japonicum strain I110".- "Nodulation genes of the stem nodulating Sesbania rostrata symbiont, strain ORS571".- "Nod-linked host specific gene for soybean (Peking) nodulation in Rhizobium fredii USDA193".- "Genomic organization of nodulation genes in Rhizobium phaseoli".- "Common and host specific nodulation genes in Rhizobium meliloti and their conservation in other Rhizobia".- "Host specific nodulation: effects of multiple nodD genes of Rhizobium meliloti".- "Nodulation genes of Rhizobium leguminosarum".- "Interactions between Rhizobium mililoti and Rhizobium trifolii nodulation genes: what is the basis for dominance by R. mililoti?".- "Multiple host-specificity loci in the broad host-range Rhizobium NGR234".- "Conserved nodulation genes are obligatory for non-legume nodulation".- "Characterization of symbiotic genes and regulation of their expression in Rhizobium leguminosarum pre".- "Regulation of the promoters in the nodulation region of the symbiosis plasmid pRL1J1 of Rhizobium leguminosarum".- "Narigenin induces the nodABC promoter of Rhizobium leguminosarum as well as Tsr factor production".- "An ntrC homologue in B. japonicum".- "Glutamine synthetases of Rhizobium leguminosarum".- "Molecular analysis of a Fix cluster from Rhizobium meliloti".- "Regulation of the nitrogen fixation (Nif) genes in Rhizobium meliloti".- "The unusual symbiosis between the nitrogen fixing bacterium ORS571 and its host Sesbania rostrata: regulation of nitrogen fixation and assimilation genes in the free living versus symbiotic state".- "Analysis of Azorhizobium sesbaniae ORS571 N2 fixation genes".- "Identification, characterisation and sequence analysis of the Rhizobium leguminosarum nifA gene".- "Analysis of hup DNA and Hup host range of Rhizobium leguminosarum BIO".- "Bioluminescence in root nodules of soybean controlled by nitrogenase promoters".- "In vivo cloning of genes from Bradyrhizobium japonicum".- "Genes for the catabolism and synthesis of a nodule-specific, opine-like compound are closely linked and on the Sym plasmid of Rhizobium meliloti".- "Molecular biology of genes involved in carbon metabolism in Rhizobium meliloti and Bradyrhizobium japonicum".- "Azorhizobium sesbaniae ORS571 conducts synergistic N2 fixation and nicotinic acid oxidation".- "At least three loci encode the leaf-curl phenotype in Rhizobium strain IC3342".- Section V: Molecular Genetics of the Other Diazotrophic Organisms.- "Use of heterologous hybridization in phylogenetic studies of symbiotic Anabaena strains".- "Chromobacterium lividum NCTC 10590 is a nitrogen-fixing Agrobacterium radiobacter".- "Studies on the diazotrophic nature of Agrobacterium".- "Developments in the genetic analysis of Azospirillum".- Section VI: Supplementary Articles for Sections I and II.- "Role of Vir genes in the excision of T-DNA from the ti-plasmid".- "Cloning vectors for Coryneform bacteria".- "Cloning of Serratia liquefaciens chitinase gene(s)".- Author Index.

ISBN: 9789024734269
ISBN-10: 9024734266
Series: Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 338
Published: 31st December 1986
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 2.2
Weight (kg): 1.55