The Chemical Dialogue Between Plants and Beneficial Microorganisms

The Chemical Dialogue Between Plants and Beneficial Microorganisms

1st Edition - February 1, 2023

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  • Editors: Vivek Sharma, Richa Salwan, Ewa Moliszewska, David Ruano-Rosa, Malgorzata Jedryczka
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323917346

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Chemical Dialogue Between Host and Plant Beneficial Microorganisms provides foundational insights on the various mechanisms of plant beneficial microorganisms and their impact on the health and productivity of plants. Providing in-depth and recent updates about unexplored aspects of plant microbes interactions, the book includes the biological repertoire of arbuscular mycorrhizal association, molecular architecture of Rhizobium-plant symbiosis, endophytes in transcriptional plasticity during host colonization by endophytes. Chemical Dialogue Between Host and Plant Beneficial Microorganisms also Includes details about the mechanism of different plant beneficial microorganisms, how these differ and their cross signaling and role of genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics approaches unraveling the basis of the interaction. This book will be an important reference for researchers working on different plant beneficial microorganisms and their molecular arsenal such as mycorrhiza, free living and symbiotically associated nitrogen fixing, plant growth producers and then their similarity/cross talk at molecular level.

Key Features

  • Includes coverage of oxylipins and strerols in inducing systemic responses
  • Explores the role of microbes in transcriptional plasticity of host plants
  • Highlights the biology of vegetative cells, N2-fixing vesicles and microbial volatiles in plant growth

Readership

Researchers working on different plant beneficial microorganisms and their molecular arsenal such as mycorrhiza, free living and symbiotically associated nitrogen fixing, plant growth producers and then their similarity/cross talk at molecular level

Table of Contents

  • 1. Molecular dialogues through Trichoderma derived effector-like molecules
    2. Microbial volatiles-mediated plant growth promotion
    3. Microbial plant growth regulators and their role in plant health
    4. Language of host plant- Frankia interactions
    5. Plant beneficial microorganisms in drought/salinity stress
    6. Biological repertoire of arbuscular mycorrhizal association
    7. The molecular architecture of Rhizobium-plant symbiosis during nitrogen-fixation
    8. Cellular and molecular biology of Rhizobium-plant interaction
    9. Transcriptional reprogramming of host plant by the biocontrol agents during biotic stress
    10. Transcriptional plasticity during host colonization by endophytes
    11. Nitrogen-fixing in nonlegume plants and genomics of nitrogen fixing rhizobium symbioses
    12. Common genetic switches of plant symbiotic association with mycorrhiza, rhizobia, and Frankia
    13. Role of root-associated fungal microbiota and its contribution to plant phosphorus nutrition
    14. Elicitors of plant beneficial microbes and their role in plant innate immunity
    15. Microbial secondary metabolites in plant health
    16. Rhizoctonia spp. as beneficial and mycorrhizal fungi
    17. Role of oxylipins and strerols in inducing Trichoderma in inducing systemic responses
    18. Metabolic and genomic traits of PGPR in salinity stress
    19. Microbial volatiles in plant promote growth
    20. Role of PGPR in induced metabolic and molecular reprogramming during stress
    21. Role of halotolerant rhizobacteria in growth promotion and triggering induced systemic resistance in plants
    22. Biology of vegetative cells and N2-fixing vesicles of Frankia sp.
    23. Bacterial cyclodipeptides in triggers plant immunity
    24. Adaptations of Rhizobium from rhizosphere to symbiosis
    25. Role nodABC genes and exopolysaccharide of Rhizobium and their role in host determination
    26. Role of microbial histone deacetylase modulates multiple responses

Product details

  • No. of pages: 365
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 2023
  • Published: February 1, 2023
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323917346

About the Editors

Vivek Sharma

Dr. Sharma’s work focuses on molecular aspects of plant beneficial microbes. He has published several research papers in journals including International Journal of Biological macromolecules, Frontiers in Microbiology, European Journal of Plant Pathology, Current Microbiology, Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology. He is a reviewer in journals of international reputation such as MDPI Pathogens, Molecular Biotechnology, Folia Microbiology, Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, Archive of Microbiology etc. Dr. Vivek Sharma did his PhD from CSIR-Institute of Himalyan Bioresource Technology, Palampur Himachal Pradesh, India. Dr. Sharma has qualified CSIR-UGC junior Research Fellowship and awarded DST Young Scientist award under Fast Track Scheme. Dr. Sharma was selected for ARO post doc fellowship at Israel in 2017-18. He is presently working as Assistant Professor in University Centre For Research and Development at Chandigarh University, Punjab. He is having research experience of more than 12 years in exploring molecular attributes of Trichoderma involved in different plant benefits.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor, University Centre For Research and Development, Chandigarh University Punjab, India

Richa Salwan

Dr. Salwan is presently working as Young Scientist under DST funded project at Chandigarh University as Principal Scientist. She has published more than twenty research papers in journals of international reputations. She has also published 6 book chapters and presented her research in international conferences. She has been awarded National post doc fellowship (Npdf- SERB) in 2015 and 2017. She has completed her PhD in Biological Sciences from AcSIR – Academy of Scientific & Innovative Research, New Delhi India. She is working on the exploration of extremophiles for industrial relevant enzymes and agricultural benefits.

Affiliations and Expertise

DST Young Scientist, University Centre For Research and Development, Chandigarh University, Punjab, India

Ewa Moliszewska

Dr Moliszewska is a plant pathologist primarily works on soil fungi, plant pathogens, plant diseases, biological and biotechnological methods used in the control of phytopathogens, mutual relations between communities of soil microorganisms, plant extracts as biopreparations, herbal plants and the use of herbs, Rhizoctonia solani, Aphanomyces cochlioides, Cercospora beticola, molecular beetroot diseases and biochemical methods of fungi differentiation, the course of the disease process in plants. Currently working as associate professor at Opole university Poland, she has published over 40 research articles.

Affiliations and Expertise

Institute of Environmental Engneering and Biotechnology, University of Opole, Opole, Poland

David Ruano-Rosa

David Ruano Rosa is a researcher at the Instituto Tecnológico Agrario de Castilla y León, ITACyL where he earned a postdoctoral contract in the program DOC-INIA. His research focus is in the implementation of biological (by using biological control agents alone or in combination) and integrated control (combining biological control agents and chemical products) of plant pathogens principally in woody plants such as avocado or olive. He has participated in national and international conferences and acts as reviewer in several research journals including Plant Disease, Microbial Ecology, FEMS Microbiology, Phytopathology, PLOS one, Crop Protection, European Journal of Plant Pathology and Frontiers in Microbiology in which he is review editor for plant microbe interaction.

Affiliations and Expertise

Researcher, Instituto Tecnológico Agrario de Castilla y Leon, ITACyL

Malgorzata Jedryczka

Dr. Jedryczka is head and full professor of the Dept of Pathogen Genetics and Plant Resistance, Institute of Plant Genetics of the Polish Academy of Sciences where she was the Founder and first Head of the International Doctoral Study Program. She has received multiple international awards in recognition of her work and her over 200 scientific contributions have been published in reputed international journals. She developed the System for Forecasting Disease Epidemics (SPEC) which has been implemented at the country level, thanks to a collaboration with DuPont (currently: Corteva). It is the largest in Europe and the third largest decision support system for plant protection in the world, based on aerobiological and molecular methods. In cooperation with the companies Bayer, Dalgety and Syngenta, she modified and popularized the petal test for predicting the infection of oilseed rape by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (stem rot)

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor Department of Pathogen Genetics and Plant Resistance, Institute of Plant Genetics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan, Poland

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