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Plant Pathology Introduction
... Defenses passive defenses active defenses pathogen recognition rapid active defenses delayed active defenses genetics of resistance non-specific resistance specific resistance the mechanisms the relationship conclusion Disease Development pathogen host environment interaction between factors Epidemiology Disease ...
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Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Plant Defenses: Genetics of Resistance
... disease resistance differs according to the genetic makeup of both plant and pathogen. Non-specific Plant Disease Resistance Non-specific plant disease resistance is multi-component, relying upon a foundation of passive plant defences Link, and usually also involving the activation of active defences by non-specific ...
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Journal of Russian Phytopathological Society, Vol.1, Part 1. (2000)
... , which Induced non-Specific resistance of Plants to Viral and Fungal Diseases. 75 Monakhos G.F., Djalilov F.S. Genetic Sources and Methods for Estimation of Brassicas Resistance to Black Rot . 83 Ignatov A., Kuginuki Y., Hida K. Distribution and Inheritance of Race-Specific Resistance to Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris ...
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Non-chemical Control of Plant Diseases in the Home Garden
... Also, refer to sections on "Cultural Practices for Disease Control" and discussions on disease for specific plants. Suppressing the Disease Agent Rotation. Vegetables in the same family group are more ... the benefits in disease resistance alone are enough to make it worth buying. Diseases caused by root knot nematodes and other organisms can be prevented with non-chemical methods that either avoid ...
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Understanding the involvement of rhizobacteria-mediated induction of systemic resistance in biocontrol of plant diseases
... Specific strains of nonpathogenic rhizobacteria can induce systemic resistance that is effective against a range of plant pathogens. To exploit induced systemic resistance ...
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Genetic engineering of plants to enhance resistance to fungal pathogens-a review of progress and future prospects
... specific or pathogen-inducible promoters, and the engineered expression of resistance genes, synthetic antimicrobial peptides, and elicitor molecules that induce defense responses have the potential to provide commercially useful broad-spectrum disease resistance ... ces gènes, ainsi que celles de gènes antimicrobiens de source non végétale, dans une gamme d'espèces végétales transgéniques ont montré ...
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American Journal of Reproductive Immunology - Journal Information
... Click the article titles to see the full-text article: Gender Difference in the Non-Specific and Specific Immune Response in Humans; Annechien Bouman, Martin Schipper, Maas Jan Heineman, Marijke M. ... Marsden Volume 52, Issue 2 Effect of Estradiol on Mouse Uterine Epithelial Cell Transepithelial Resistance (TER); Katherine S. Grant-Tschudy, Charles R. Wira Volume 52, Issue 4 Serum Concentrations ...
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The BSPP - Meetings and Conferences
... .org.au 20-25 August Cairns, Australia Symposium on non-specific and specific innate and acquired plant resistance http://www.nki.hu/pr_symposium2006/index.html 31 August ... effective crop protection. Themes will include: The current status of resistance to pesticides, Resistance mechanisms, Population biology and modelling, Applications of genomics, Risk assessment and ...
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The BSPP - Publications - BSPP News39 Summer 2001
... continued the virus theme by talking about inducing resistance virus-specific pathways to plant viruses. Emphasis was placed on the role of salicylic acid on resistance to tobacco mosaic virus (TMV). The ... response, the gene-for-gene hypothesis and induced resistance. However, it was clear in her mind that the most confused concept is non-host resistance, despite the emphasis on research in this ...
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This is Local London | CommuniGate | Pests and Diseases
... or controlling rust: “inspection not infection”. However, if infection does occur, the most efficient non-chemical control of the disease is to pick off all rust affected foliage. As ... of control should be practised repeatedly on its own” (Fuchsias: the complete guide, 1995). Resistance to specific chemicals can quickly be established by the rapidly reproducing pests and diseases. The chemicals ...
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