Induced Resistance for Plant Defence: A Sustainable Approach to Crop Protection
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Chapter 1: Introduction: definitions and some history.
Chapter 2: Agents that can elicit induced resistance.
Gary D Lyon.
Chapter 3: Genomics in induced resistance.
Kemal Kazan and Peer Schenk.
Chapter 4: Signalling cascades involved in induced resistance.
Corne MJ Pieterse and LC Van Loon.
Chapter 5: Types and mechanisms of rapidly-induced plant resistance to herbivorous arthropods.
Michael J Stout.
Chapter 6: Mechanisms of defence to pathogens: biochemistry and physiology.
Christophe Garcion, Olivier Lamotte and Jean-Pierre Metraux.
Chapter 7: Induced resistance in natural ecosystems and pathogen population biology: exploiting interactions.
Adrian Newton and Joern Pons.
Chapter 8: Microbial induction of resistance to pathogens.
Dale Walters and Tim Daniell.
Chapter 9: Trade-offs associated with induced resistance.
Chapter 10: Topical induction of inducers for disease control.
Philippe Reignault and Dale Walters.
Chapter 11: Integration of induced resistance in crop production.
Tony Reglinski, Elizabeth Dann and Brian Deverall.
Chapter 12: Exploitation of induced resistance: a commercial perspective.
Andy Leadbeater and Theo Staub.
Chapter 13: Induced resistance in crop protection: the future, drivers and.
Gary Lyon, Adrian Newton and Dale Walters.
Plant Pathology, 2007
'The book is essential reading for those undertaking research related to the subject and of relevance to all involved in crop protection R & D'
Experimental Agriculture, 2008
- Covers new crop protection techniques of major environmental significance
- Provides information on methods which reduce the use of fungicides
- The authors and editors are well known and respected in the area of crop protection