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書名 Perspectives in sustainable nematode management through Pochonia chlamydosporia applications for root and rhizosphere health / edited by Rosa H. Manzanilla-Lopez, Luis V. Lopez-Llorca
出版項 Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2017
國際標準書號 9783319592244 (electronic bk.)
9783319592220 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-3-319-59224-4 doi
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (xxv, 411 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
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系列 Sustainability in plant and crop protection
Sustainability in plant and crop protection
附註 Section I: Introduction and Systematics -- Chapter 1 Introduction (Historical and Overview) -- Chapter 2 Systematics of Pochonia -- Section II: Bionomics -- Chapter 3 Biology and Management of Pochonia chlamydosporia and Plant-parasitic Nematodes -- Chapter 4: Interactions between Pochonia chlamydosporia and Nematodes -- Section III: -Omics and other Approaches -- Chapter 5 Regulatory Factors in Pochonia chlamydosporia-Induced Gene Expression -- Chapter 6 Proteomics -- Chapter 7 Secondary metabolites from Pochonia chlamydosporia and other species of Pochonia -- Chapter 8 Metabolomics -- Chapter 9 Comparative Analysis of Pochonia chlamydosporia Mitogenome Reveals Dynamic Mitochondrial Evolution of the Nematophagous Fungi in Hypocreales -- Chapter 10 Pochonia chlamydosporia: Multitrophic Lifestyles Explained by a Versatile Genome -- Section IV: Methodology -- Chapter 11 Methodology Part I. Pochonia spp. in vitro Culturing: Media, Strain Maintenance and Deposition -- Chapter 12 Methodology Part II. Pochonia spp.: Screening and Isolate Selection for Managing Plant-parasitic Nematodes -- Chapter 13 Molecular Diagnostics of Pochonia chlamydosporia -- Section V: Practical Approaches and Management Studies -- Chapter 14 Priming Plant Defence Responses can Enhance the Biological Control of Pochonia chlamydosporia Against Root-knot Nematodes -- Chapter 15 Pochonia chlamydosporia Microbial Products to Manage Plant-parasitic Nematodes: Case Studies from Cuba, Mexico and Brazil -- Chapter 16 Management Strategies: Pochonia chlamydosporia and IPM of Plant-parasitic nematodes in Temperate Crops -- Chapter 17 Pochonia chlamydosporia: A Promising Biotechnological Tool Against Parasitic Nematodes and Geohelminths -- Section VI: Future Perspectives -- Chapter 18 Future Perspectives
Pochonia chlamydosporia, a cosmopolitan fungus occurring in soils as a saprophyte yet capable of colonizing the rhizosphere of crops as an endophyte and behaving as a parasite of eggs of plant-parasitic nematodes, has been the subject of great interest largely because of its potential as a biological control agent of cyst and root-knot nematodes. This volume reviews the current knowledge available on the fungus. The book is divided into six sections containing 18 chapters, starting with a historical background chapter, followed by 16 chapters, each contributed by experts, concerning those key aspects necessary to work with this biocontrol agent in a multidisciplinary treatise. Topics covered include systematics, biology, nematode-fungus interactions, nematode management strategies, secondary metabolites, and other methods including more novel research areas such as molecular, -omics, plant growth enhancement and endophytic abilities of P. chlamydosporia. The final chapter deals with the future perspectives of P. chlamydosporia research.The book is aimed at researchers, professionals, practitioners, and graduate or undergraduate students involved in both basic and applied studies, as well as in activities dealing with biocontrol agents of plant-parasitic nematodes, helminths, crop protection and integrated pest management. It concentrates on fundamental aspects, and the evolution, of nematophagous fungi
Host Item Springer eBooks
主題 Plant nematodes -- Biological control
Life Sciences
Plant Pathology
Microbial Ecology
Soil Science & Conservation
Sustainable Development
Alt Author Manzanilla-Lopez, Rosa H., editor
Lopez-Llorca, Luis V., editor
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