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Title Plant-Virus interactions : molecular biology, intra- and intercellular transport / edited by Tatjana Kleinow
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2016
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Descript 1 online resource (v, 189 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Note Section I Basic concepts in pathogen-host interaction in intra- and intercellular transport: Host factors in viral movement -- Intrinsic responses of host cells -- Influence of viral infection on to large organelles -- Impact of host cell alterations on the plant physiology and development -- Section II Trafficking of viral entities: Intracellular movement with MPs associated with and without tubule formation -- Intracellular membrane trafficking in response to pathogen/virus stress -- Viral transport processes focus on remodeling of endomembrane system -- Viral transport processes focus on cytoskeletal elements -- Section III Nuclear processes in viral transport: Nuclear import and export of plant virus proteins and genomes -- Virus-induced remodeling of the nuclear architecture -- Section IV Plasmodesmata function and structure: Regulation of plasmodesmata transport -- Regulation of plasmodesmata for virus transport -- Section V Posttranslational modification of viral proteins by host enzymes: Regulation of viral protein function and viral MPs -- Section VI Cellular biology of host defense responses: Innate defense mechanisms -- Manipulation of resistance signaling pathways by a viral pathogens -- Role of small RNAs in virus host interaction
Plant RNA- and DNA-viruses have small genomes and with this limited coding capacity exhibit a strong dependency on host cellular processes and factors to complete their viral life cycle. Various interactions of viral proteins or nucleic acids with host components (proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, lipids and metabolites) evolved, which are essential for a successful systemic spread of viruses within the plant. For example, in plants, transport of endogenous macromolecules like proteins and nucleic acids occurs in a highly selective and regulated manner and viruses exploit these specifically controlled trafficking pathways. Research on plant virus movement is located at the interface of molecular plant virology and plant cell biology. The proposed book project aims to give an overview on the current state of this research and to highlight novel insights into the dynamic interplay between plant viruses and host cells. The book is intended for researchers in plant biology and virology and especially written for those who aim to understand cell biology of virus-plant interactions
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Plant viruses
Plants -- Disease and pest resistance
Life Sciences
Cell Biology
Virology
Plant Pathology
Alt Author Kleinow, Tatjana, editor
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