Aerial Plant Surface Microbiology

Hardcover | November 30, 1996

EditorCindy E. Morris, C. Nguyen-The, P.C. Nicot

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''Informative, well-constructed, and readable...The contributors are leaders in their fields and what they have to say is worthwhile.'' --- SGM Quarterly, August 1998

Format:HardcoverDimensions:322 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublished:November 30, 1996Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306453827

ISBN - 13:9780306453823

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The Physical and Chemical Environment of Aerial Plant Surfaces: Cuticle Permeability Studies: A Model for Estimating Leaching of Plant Metabolites to Leaf Surfaces (J. Schönherr, P. Baur). Nutrients on the Leaf Surface (S. Derridj). Interactions between Plant Surface Microorganisms and Their Hosts: Microbial Attachment to Plant Aerial Surfaces (M. Romantschuk et al.). Bacterial hrp and Avirulence Genes Are Key Determinants in Plant Pathogen Interactions (U. Bonas, G. Van den Ackerveken). Interactions among Microorganisms in Communities on Aerial Plant Surfaces: Gene Transfer between Microorganisms in the Phyllosphere (M.J. Bailey et al.). Microbial Interactions Preventing Fungal Growth on Senescent and Necrotic Aerial Plant Surfaces (W.F. Pfender). Plant Surface Microorganisms, Agricultural Practices and Food Quality: Role of Immigration of Other Processes in Determining Epiphytic Bacterial Populations: Implications for Disease Management (S.E. Lindow). Integrated Control of Botrytis cinerea on Greenhouse Tomatoes (P.C. Nicot, A. Baille). Quantification and Modeling of Population Dynamics of Microorganisms Associated with Aerial Plant Surfaces: The Effect of Leaf Age and Position on the Dynamics of Microbial Populations on Aerial Plant Surfaces (M.A. Jacques). Research Outlook: Phyllosphere Ecology: Past, Present and Future (J.H. Andrews). 9 additional articles. Index.