Plant Disease: An Advanced Treatise: How Plants Suffer from Disease
How plants suffer from disease; How healthy plants grow; The dynamic nature of disease; The capture and use of energy by diseased plants; Dysfunction in the flow of food; Dysfunction of the water system; Disturbed mineral nutrition; Alteration of growth by disease; Crown gall: a unique disease; Plant teratomas; Dysfunction and shortfalls in symbioticresponses; Disrupted reproduction; Tissue is disintegrated; The engineering mechanics of pathogenesis; Disease alterations in permeability and membranes; Changes in intermediary metabolism caused by disease; Transcription and translation in diseased plants; Senescence and plant disease; Relation between biological rhythms and disease.
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Where Are the Potentials for Progress in Plant Pathology Today?
CHAPTER 2 HOW HEALTHY PLANTS GROW
Plant Responses to Environmental Changes
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