Advances in Botanical Research by J. A. Callow PDF

Advances in Botanical Research by J. A. Callow PDF

By J. A. Callow

ISBN-10: 0120059339

ISBN-13: 9780120059331

This quantity of Advances in Botanical study incorporating Advances in Plant Pathology contains 5 studies on numerous themes including:* Foliar Endophytes and Their Interactions with Host vegetation, with particular connection with the Gymnospermae* crops looking for solar* The Mechanics of Root Anchorage* Molecular Genetics of Sulphate Assimilation* Pathogenecity, Host-specificity, and inhabitants Biology of Taesia spp, Causal brokers of Eyespot disorder of Cereals

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M. KRIEL, W. J. SWART and P. W. ) Wallr. , 1993). Apiognomonia quercina, the anamorph of Discula quercina, is the causal agent of leaf galls and leaf spots on oak. , 1993). ) Fr. H. Miller (Chapela, 1989). Cryptosphaeria populina causes bark disease, whereas C. chrysosperma and H. mammatum are associated with cankers of aspen (Chapela, 1989). : Fr. is documented as a pathogen causing shoot dieback of pines, but it also seems to live as an endophyte in the needles of Pinus sylvestris (Kowalski, 1993).

Journal of Phytopathology 139, 129-145. Kowalski, T. and Kehr, R. D. (1992). Endophytic fungal colonization of branch bases in several forest tree species. Sydowia 44, 137-168. Kowalski, T. and Kehr, R. D. (1996). Fungal endophytes of living branch bases in several European tree species. In "Endophytic Fungi in Grasses and Woody Plants. Systematics, Ecology, and Evolution" (S. C. Redlin and L. M. Carris, eds), pp. 67-86. APS Press, Minnesota. , Dessureault, M. and Laflamme, G. (1989). Mycoflore des aiguilles de Pinus banksiana et Pinus resinosa.

Lack of natural buffering by the biosphere can result in the uncontrolled spread of introduced pathogens as in the case of pine blister rust, chestnut blight and oak wilt (Dorworth and Callan, 1996). -M. KRIEL, W. J. SWART and P. W. CROUS stimulating the fungi themselves or by reducing the physiological vigour of the host plant, or reaching a suitable combination of the two. Endophytes themselves may also predispose their hosts to environmental damage by reducing the damage threshold (Dorworth and Callan, 1996).

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