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Plant Pathology: Infection Process
... these factors, the pathogen will not cause disease in the host. While some parasites colonise the outside of the plant (ectoparasites), pathogens may also enter the host plant by ... The depletion, diversion and retention of photosynthetic products by the pathogen stunts plant growth, and further reduced the plant's photosynthetic efficiency. In addition, pathogens affect water relations in the ...
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Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Overview
... the mechanisms the relationship conclusion Disease Development pathogen host environment interaction between factors Epidemiology Disease Assessment crop assessment disease incidence & severity crop loss assessment Disease ... fungicides, that prevent or halt infections in the plant. The environment can be modified so that it is suitable for plant growth but not for disease development. For example ...
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Non-chemical Control of Plant Diseases in the Home Garden
... of such a condition may result from infection by disease-causing organisms or from environmental factors. Organisms known to cause disease are bacteria, fungi, nematodes, viruses, phytoplasmas and parasitic seed ... when soil temperatures are high. Frequent plowing will keep the soil dry and free of plant growth and expose soil-borne disease organisms, such as nematodes, to killing heat and excessive ...
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Research Program - Plant Science and Plant Protection
... modes of action by which high nitrogen containing organic amendments controlled soilborne plant pathogens and identified factors in soil that regulate the production of these compounds. Tomato ... organic amendments including meat and bone meal, ammonium lignosulfonate, and swine manure. identified plant growth promoting bacteria from soil and characterized mode of action using molecular techniques. ...
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Plant Hardiness Zones for Australia
... growth beyond their normal geographical range. The map is thus only useful as a very broad guide. It needs interpretation that takes into account factors other than low temperature that limit plant growth as well as local knowledge. An alternative system for describing plant hardiness is to use ...
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Department of Biology: Plant Ecophysiology Group: People: Phd students: Djakovic
... plant hormones in shade avoidance has been shown in many studies and gibberellic acid (GA) is one of the key growth factors. Recent work on the GA-signalling pathway has proposed the DELLA family of growth repressing proteins as the crucial downstream targets of the GA-signalling pathway. Furthermore, the stability of DELLA proteins is also affected by other plant ...
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Institute of Plant Physiology > Departments > Photosynthesis
... Ecology of Photosynthesis are focused on the effect of different environmental stress factors, such as low and high temperature, drought, high light, heavy metal ... soil flooding. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 51: 93-101. Deptartments:|Regulation of Plant Growth|Photosynthesis|Mineral Nutrition|Genomics|Algology|Lab. Molecular Plant Stress| Department Photosynthesis Head: Professor Losanka ...
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Institute of Plant Physiology > Departments > Algology
... sterols, polysaccharides, volatile substances, growth regulators, and substances with bactericidal and fungicidal properties. Effects of abiogenic and biogenic factors (bacteria and parasites) on ... Applied Microbiology, 83, 707-711. Deptartments:|Regulation of Plant Growth|Photosynthesis|Mineral Nutrition|Genomics|Algology|Lab. Molecular Plant Stress| Department Experimental Algology Head: Associate ...
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Botany online: Growth - Differentiation - Pattern Formation - Long Distance Transport
... lengths. The degree of plant growth is also dependent on the environment. All physiological and morphological features of a well-tended plant are superior to those of a plant of the same genetic constitution ... studied topics of botany. The plant reacts always to a whole complex of factors whose single components have either an additive or a multiplicative effect on the plant's growth. Just like the ...
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International Carnivous Plant Society
... this new distinction may be translated quickly into eventual extinction for most carnivorous plant sites. Massive pitcher plant stands that were once common on commercial and private properties are being transformed ... mottled plants of this species. The more compact growth could be attributed to the age of our plants as well as to genetic growth factors related to being anthocyanin-free plants. A ...
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