"Fungal-Plant Interactions" is a synthesis of fungal physiology, plant pathology and biology for undergraduates and researchers. Interactions between higher plants and fungi at the cellular and biochemical level are covered together with their ecological importance and theories as to their evolution. Interactions between fungi and higher plants are considered at the cellular and whole plant level. The book gives an integrated presentation of aspects of fungal physiology, whole plant physiology, plant physiology and fungal ecology which are so often approached as separate disciplines. A modern treatment of the effects of fungal invasion on host plant physiology and biochemistry is made by reference to current experimental work and the use of new techniques and approaches as examples. The significance of fungal growth habits and life-style is considered in terms of the interaction strategies adopted, from mutualistic to biotrophic and necrotrophic interactions. Current views concerning the ecological importance and evolution of these strategies is discussed.
Publisher: Chapman and Hall ISBN: 9780412353901 Number of pages: 418 Weight: 1730 g Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 23 mm Edition: 1991 ed.
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