Phytochemicals, Plant Growth, and the Environment / edited by David R Gang.

New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2013.
1 online resource (X, 174 pages)
1st ed. 2013.
Biomedical and Life Sciences (Springer-11642)
Recent advances in phytochemistry; 42
Recent Advances in Phytochemistry ; 42
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The Phytochemical Society of North America (PSNA) is a nonprofit scientific organization with membership open to those interested in plant biochemistry, phytochemistry, and the role of plant substances in related disciplines. The PSNA exists to encourage and stimulate research in the chemistry and biochemistry of plant constituents, their effects upon plant and animal physiology and pathology, and their industrial importance and utilization. Annual meetings featuring symposium topics of current general interest and contributed papers by conference participants are held throughout Canada, the United States, and Mexico. PSNA meetings provide participants with exposure to cutting-edge research presented by prominent international scientists, but remain intimate enough to allow interaction and collegiality. Recent meetings were previously held on the campus of Washington State University, Pullman, WA (2008), Towson University, Towson, MD (2009), and jointly with the American Society of Pharmacognasy in St. Pete Beach, FL (2010). Information about the PSNA can be found at
Preface to Recent Advances in Phytochemistry Volume 42
1. Trichothecene Triangle - Toxins, Genes and Plant Disease
2. An analytical method to quantify three plant hormone-families in grape berry using liquid chromatography and multiple reaction monitoring mass spectrometry
3. Endophyte Mycotoxins in Animal Health
4. Production of Traditional and Novel Biopolymers in Transgenic Woody Plants
5. Drugs for Bugs: The Potential of Infochemicals Mediating Insect-Plant-Microbe Interactions for Plant Protection and Medicine
6. Hairy Roots: An Ideal Platform for Transgenic Plant Production and Other Promising Applications Abdullah B. Makhzoum1, Pooja Sharma1, Mark A. Bernards1, Jocelyne
7. A Dynamic Model for Phytohormone Control of Rhizome Growth and Development.
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