Based on a similarly named meeting in December 1999 organized by the British Society for Plant Pathology, this book considers the biology of interactions between host plants and the pathogens that infect them.
Intro Biotic Interactions in Plant-Pathogen Associations Contents Contributors Preface 1. Biotic Interactions and Plant-Pathogen Associations 2. Virus-Vector Interactions in Plant Virus DiseaseTransmission and Epidemiology 3. Functional Consequences and Maintenance of Vegetative Incompatibility in Fungal Populations 4. Fungal Endophytes and Nematodes of Agricultural and Amenity Grasses 5. Feeding on Plant-pathogenic Fungi by Invertebrates: Comparison with Saprotrophic and Mycorrhizal Systems 6. Plant Interactions with Endophytic Bacteria 7. Are Chitinolytic Rhizosphere Bacteria Really Beneficial to Plants? 8. Diversity and Interactions Among Strains of Fusarium oxysporum: Application to Biological Control 9. The Use of Avirulent Mutants of Ralstonia solanacearum to Control Bacterial Wilt Disease 10. Cross-protection: Interactions Between Strains Exploited to Control Plant Virus Diseases 11. Plant Pathogen-Herbivore Interactions and Their Effects on Weeds 12. The Role of Hyperparasites in Host Plant-Parasitic Fungi Relationships 13. Mutualism and Antagonism: Ecological Interactions Among Bark Beetles, Mites and Fungi 14. The Implications for Plant Health of Nematode-Fungal Interactions in the Root Zone 15. Interactions of Plants, Soil Pathogens and Their Antagonists in Natural Ecosystems 16. Development of Methods and Models and Their Application to Disease Problems in the Perennial Citrus Crop System 17. Observation and Theory of Whitefly-borne Virus Disease Epidemics Index.
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