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245 00 Seed endophytes :|bbiology and biotechnology /|cedited by 
       Satish Kumar Verma, James Francis White 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2019 
300    1 online resource (ix, 507 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
505 0  Section A: Seed Endophytes: Introduction, and Methods for 
       Assessment and Management -- 1. Seed-vectored microbes: 
       Their roles in improving seedling fitness and competitor 
       plant suppression -- 2. Thinking about PPFM bacteria as a 
       model of seed endophytes: Who are they? Where did they 
       come from? What are they doing for the plant? What can 
       they do for us? -- 3. Seed endophytes and their potential 
       applications -- 4. Exploring endophytic communities of 
       plants: Methods for assessing diversity, effects on host 
       development, and potential biotechnological applications -
       - 5. Understanding the indigenous seed microbiota to 
       design bacterial seed treatments -- Section B: Seed 
       Endophytes: Ecology, Transmission and Adaptations -- 6. 
       The ecology of seed microbiota -- 7. Programming plants 
       for climate resilience through symbiogenics -- 8. Agave 
       seed endophytes: Ecology and impacts on root architecture,
       nutrient acquisition and cold stress tolerance -- 9. 
       Chemical warfare in the plant microbiome leads to a 
       balance of antagonisms and a healthy plant -- 10. Fungal 
       and bacterial maize kernal interactions with the 
       vertically transmitted endophytic state of Fusarium 
       verticillioides -- Section C: Seed Endophytes: Biology and
       Functional Roles in Plant development -- 11. Functional 
       roles of seed-inhabiting endophytes of rice -- 12. 
       Mechanism of interaction of endophytic microbes with 
       plants -- 13. Fitness attributes of bacterial and fungal 
       seed endophytes of tall fescue -- 14. Role of the plant 
       root microbiome in abiotic stress tolerance -- 15. 
       Endophytic microbes: Prospects and their application in 
       abiotic stress management and phytoremediation -- 16. Pine
       seeds carry symbionts: Endophyte transmission re-examined 
       -- Section D: Seed Endophytes: Agricultural Applications 
       and Biotechnology -- 17. Seed endophytes of Jasione 
       Montana: Arsenic detoxification workers in an eco-friendly
       factory -- 18. Agricultural applications of endophytic 
       microflora -- 19. Rhizome endophytes: Role and application
       in sustainable agriculture -- 20. Agriculturally important
       biosynthetic features of endophytic microorganisms -- 21. 
       Microbial Endophytes of maize seeds and their application 
       in crop improvements -- 22. Colonization of seeds by 
       soilborne fungi: linking seed dormancy-defense syndromes, 
       evolutionary constraints, and fungal traits -- 23. Seed 
       Endophytes in Crop plants:Metagenomic approaches to study 
       the functional roles and interactions 
520    This book focuses on the importance and roles of seed 
       microbiomes in sustainable agriculture by exploring the 
       diversity of microbes vectored on and within seeds of both
       cultivated and non-cultivated plants. It provides 
       essential insights into how seeds can be adapted to 
       enhance microbiome vectoring, how damaged seed microbiomes
       can be assembled again and how seed microbiomes can be 
       conserved. Plant seeds carry not only embryos and 
       nutrients to fuel early seedling growth, but also microbes
       that modulate development, soil nutrient acquisition, and 
       defense against pathogens and other stressors. Many of 
       these microbes (bacteria and fungi) become endophytic, 
       entering into the tissues of plants, and typically exist 
       within plants without inducing negative effects. Although 
       they have been reported in all plants examined to date, 
       the extent to which plants rely on seed vectored 
       microbiomes to enhance seedling competitiveness and 
       survival is largely unappreciated. How microbes function 
       to increase the fitness of seedlings is also little 
       understood. The book is a unique and important resource 
       for researchers and students in microbial ecology and 
       biotechnology. Further, it appeals to applied academic and
       industrial agriculturists interested in increasing crop 
       health and yield 
650  0 Seeds|xMicrobiology 
650  0 Endophytes 
650 14 Microbial Genetics and Genomics 
650 24 Applied Microbiology 
650 24 Plant Breeding/Biotechnology 
700 1  Verma, Satish Kumar,|eeditor 
700 1  White, James Francis,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
856 40 |uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-10504-4
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