Plant Pathogenic Bacteria: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, Charlottetown, Princ by Solke H. De BoerPlant Pathogenic Bacteria: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, Charlottetown, Princ by Solke H. De Boer

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Plant Pathogenic Bacteria includes symposia and research papers presented at the 10th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria. The book provides the complete text of 22 symposia papers that summarize the state-of-the-art of the many facets of phytobacteriology including disease control, taxonomy, genetics of pathogenicity, virulence factors, as well as detection and diagnosis. These topics are also included among research papers, presented orally or as posters at the conference, and here presented in research paper format, conveniently separated in different sections by subject matter. This book will be an essential resource for scientists and students with an interest in plant pathogenic bacteria for it provides much new data and summarizes current thinking in almost all areas of the science. Nowhere else can one find so much information on plant pathogenic bacteria in a single resource.
Title:Plant Pathogenic Bacteria: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic…Format:PaperbackPublished:August 23, 2014Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Preface. Section 1: Symposia. Towards the Next Millennium: Challenges and Prospects with Plant Associated Bacteria; A.K. Vidaver. Control of Bacterial Diseases Through Pathogen Freedom of Planting Material; J.D. Janse. Future Development of Chemical and Biological Controls for Bacterial Diseases of Plants; T.J. Burr. Classical and Engineered Breeding for Resistance to Bacterial Plant Diseases; J.P. Paulin, M.N. Brisset. Classification, Naming, and Plant Pathogenic Bacteria-What is to be done? J.M. Young. Taxonomy of Phytopathogenic Pseudomonads; L. Gardan, R. Christen. The `Candidatus Phytoplasma' Concept: New Names But Not Yet a Taxonomy for the Fastidious Plant Pathogenic Mollicutes; G. Firrao. Type III Secretion in Root-Colonising Pseudomonas; G.M. Preston, et al. The Role of AvrXa7 and Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae in Resistance and Disease; F.F. White, et al. Molecular Approaches for Elucidating the in situ Activities of Bacterial Biological Control Agents; J.E. Loper, et al. Endophytic Bacteria and Biocontrol of Plant Diseases; S. Alstrom, J.W.L. Van Vuurde. Environmental Applications of Plant Growth-Promoting Bacteria of the Genus Azospirillum; Y. Bashan, et al. 10 Additional Chapters. Section 2: Taxonomy and Diversity. Molecular Differentiation of Erwinia amylovora Strains from Europe and the Mediterranean Region; S. Jock, et al. Genetic Diversity of Selected Bacterial Populations in North Carolina; F.J. Louws, et al. Genetic Diversity of Pseudomonas syringae Pathovars and Related Species Assessed by DNA Heteroduplex Mobility Assay; L. Sutra, et al. Two Xanthomonad Pathogens, One from Acer glabrum and One from Sambucus nigra; S.K. Mohan, V.P. Bijman. Genetic Diversity of Xylella fastidiosa Associated with Citrus Variegated Chlorosis in Brazil; R.P. Leite Jr., et al. Usefulness of IS1595 as a Molecular Tool for Epidemiological Typing of the Xanthomonas Pathovar mangiferaeindicae, Casual Agent of Mango Bacterial Black Spot; A. Pruvost, et al. Phylogenetic Analysis of the pPT23A Plasmid Family of Pseudomonas syringae; G.W. Sundin, et al. Phylogenetic Analysis of Xanthomonas Strains Based on the Nucleotide Sequences of 16S-23S rRNA Spacer Region, 23S rRNA and gyrB Genes; A. Ochiai, et al. Genetic Diversity of Xanthomonas sp. pv. passiflorae Causing the Bacterial Spot on Passion Fruit in Brazil; L.P.C. Caramori, et al. Six New Species are Delineated Within Erwinia chrysanthemi; R. Samson, et al. 2 Additional Chapters. Section 3: Pathogenicity and Virulence Factors. Metabolic Colonisation: the Fate of a Leafy Gall; D. Vereecke, et al. Extracellular Enzymes Produced by Leifsonia (Clavibacter) xyli subsp. cynodontis; M. Haapalainen, et al. Membrane Vesicle Mediated Transport of Virulence-Factors and of Elicitors for Defense-Response; I. Schroder, et al. Agrobacterium tumefaciens Chromosomal Genes Requires for Virulence and Attachment to Host Cells; A.G. Matthysse, et al. Biotic and Abiotic Elicitation of Apple Defenses Against Fire Blight; M.N. Brisset, et al. 3 Additional Chapters. Section 4: Genetics of Pathogenicity. The hrp genes of Pantoea stewartii are Regulated by a Complex System that Senses Environmental Signals; M. Merighi, et al. The Hrp Protein Secretion System is not Required for Coronatine Biosynthesis in Pseudomonas syringae pv