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By Yuri Dyakov, Vitaly Dzhavakhiya, Timo Korpela

This publication deals a set of knowledge on successive steps of molecular 'dialogue' among crops and pathogens. It also provides facts that displays intrinsic common sense of plant-parasite interactions. New findings mentioned comprise: host and non-host resistance, particular and nonspecific elicitors, elicitors and suppressors, and plant and animal immunity. This e-book permits the reader to appreciate find out how to advertise or hinder sickness improvement, and lets them systematize their very own principles of plant-pathogen interactions. * deals a extra huge scope of the matter compared to different books available in the market* offers facts to permit attention of host-parasite relationships in dynamics and divulges interrelations among pathogenicity and resistance elements* Discusses valuable plant-microbe interactions and useful elements of molecular investigations of plant-parasite relationships* Compares old learn of universal and particular gains of plant immunity with animal immunity

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The size of some species is almost the size of large viruses. In dense nutrient media, phytopathogenic bacteria form colonies: bright or opaque, transparent or turbid, sometimes colored yellow. Some bacteria form capsules around cells, produced due to release of polysaccharides. One of the functions of the slimy capsules is protection of the cells from drying and exposure to sunshine. In addition, the capsules protect phytopathogenic bacteria from binding of their cells, contained endophytically in intercellular space of plants, to the glycoproteins (lectins) of plant cells.

The flagella used for motion have a polar (at the cell ends) and peritrichal arrangement (over entire surface). The polar flagella can be single (in monotriches) or bundled (in lophotriches). Flagella proteins, flagellins, can play an important role in relation with plant cells. ). For the system of phytopathogenic bacteria, the signs of disease caused were very important (for instance, the bacteria causing soft rot due to pectin decomposition were classified into the genus Pectobacterium) as well as the scope of plants attacked; therefore, the specific name of the bacteria is frequently correlated with the host plant name 26 Part 1: Introduction to molecular phytopathology (for instance, Pseudomonas tabaci or Xanthomonas malvacearum).

Annual damages from these parasites are estimated as more than 100 billion US dollars. There are no species of plants, cultivated or wild-growing, not to be known as a host of one or more species of parasitic nematodes. The diseases caused by these parasites are called phytohelminthoses. The external signs of the disease (signs of lesion) caused by nematodes are often discernible to the naked eye and are directly related to the type of nematode feeding and mode of life. They include: 1. Ectoparasites that pierce root tissues by the stylet or only dip the top end in the root; 2.

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