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The rapid advances in concepts of different aspects of plant pathology since 1984 have compelled the present revision and expansion of the book.

Author: R. S. Singh

Publisher: Oxford and IBH Publishing

ISBN: 8120415515

Category: Science

Page: 416

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The rapid advances in concepts of different aspects of plant pathology since 1984 have compelled the present revision and expansion of the book. To avoid repetition, the chapter on plant disease management is condensed. At the same time new information on epidemiology, host-parasite relationship and genetic and molecular aspects of host-parasite interaction have been incorporated. Contents: Introduction / History of Plant Pathology / Causes of Plant Diseases / Symptoms and Indentification of Plant Diseases / Pathogenesis / Survival of Plant Pathogens / Dispersal of Plant Pathogens / The Phenomenon of Infection / Epidemiology / Effect of Infection on the Host / Role of Toxins in Plant Pathogenesis / Defence Mechanisms in Plants / Genetic Variability in Plant Pathogens / Genetics and Molecular Basis of Host-Parasite Interaction / Effect of Environments on Pathogenesis / Assessment of Disease Incidence, Severity and Loss / Disease Management Principles / Disease Management The Practices
2017-09-30 By R. S. Singh

A comprehensive study of the causes of plant disease, the processes involved in plant-pathogen interaction, the genetics of pathogenesis, & the epidemiology of plant disease.

Author: J. G. Manners

Publisher: CUP Archive

ISBN: 0521434025

Category: Science

Page: 343

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A comprehensive study of the causes of plant disease, the processes involved in plant-pathogen interaction, the genetics of pathogenesis, & the epidemiology of plant disease. Includes an assessment of the application of our knowledge to practical plant disease control.
1993-03-04 By J. G. Manners

Historical development of plant pathology; Concepts of plant disease; terminology; diagnosis; classification of plant diseases; Non-parasitic agents of plant diseases; Parasitic agents of plant diseases; Variability in plant pathogens; ...

Author: Lina L. Ilag

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924103809418

Category: Plant diseases

Page: 267

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Historical development of plant pathology; Concepts of plant disease; terminology; diagnosis; classification of plant diseases; Non-parasitic agents of plant diseases; Parasitic agents of plant diseases; Variability in plant pathogens; Disease cycles; Inoculun, inoculun survival and inoculation; Pathogen's entry into plants; Colonization of the suscept; Mevhanisms of pathogenicity and host response; Mechanisms of defense; Epidemiology of plant deseases; Forecasting of plant diseases; Assessment of disease incidence and crop loss; Principles and methods of plant disease control.
2002 By Lina L. Ilag

The book provides the basic and emerging facts whereby its readers may be introduced to the scientific foundation of this noble course called "Plant Pathogens and Principles of Plant Pathology" The book fills up the gaps and helps its ...

Author: Sanjeev Kumar

Publisher: Nipa

ISBN: 9385516078

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 438

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The book provides the basic and emerging facts whereby its readers may be introduced to the scientific foundation of this noble course called "Plant Pathogens and Principles of Plant Pathology" The book fills up the gaps and helps its readers.
2015-09-15 By Sanjeev Kumar

Author: M. K. Dasgupta

Publisher: Allied Publishers

ISBN: 8170231922

Category: Plant diseases

Page: 1040

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1988 By M. K. Dasgupta

Plants are essential for maintenance of life.

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ISBN: 8177544918

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Principles of Plant Disease Management is intended to provide a substantive treatment of plant disease management for graduate and undergraduate students in which theoretical and practical elements are combined.

Author: William E. Fry

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780080918303

Category: Science

Page: 378

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This book is intended to provide a substantive treatment of plant disease management for graduate and undergraduate students in which theoretical and practical elements are combined. Reference is made to specific diseases and control practices to illustrate basic principles or strategies. The section on epidemiology includes a chapter in which arthropod vectors (aphids, leafhoppers, whiteflies, Coleoptera and mites) are briefly discussed, and the section on control includes references to the use of crop varieties with resistance to such vectors, and also contains information on mechanical, cultural, biological and chemical measures that contribute to vector control. The technology of disease management is presented according to epidemiological principles. Sections on diagnosis, epidemiology, environmental factors, disease forecasting, disease control (exclusion, physical, chemical and biological), plant resistance, cultural modifications to suppress epidemics, effects of chemicals and their major groups and uses, and examples of disease management in practice are included. A bibliography and index are appended.
2012-12-02 By William E. Fry

This book attempts to provide to provide concise, critical, synthetic and up-to-date coverage of different aspects of plant disease management.

Author: Hriday Chaube

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351084178

Category: Science

Page: 335

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This book attempts to provide to provide concise, critical, synthetic and up-to-date coverage of different aspects of plant disease management. The first eleven chapters are devoted to principles and related aspects and the remining seven to management practices based on them. The book attempts to capture some of the images of such rapidly expanding fields as host-parasite recognition and biotechnology even at the risk of making the subject a bit conceptual. This book is intended to serve as a text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students of plant pathology and related disciplines and as a reference source for teachers, researchers, students, and technologists.
2018-01-18 By Hriday Chaube

General concepts.

Author: Sydney Albert John Tarr

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4511335

Category: Plant diseases

Page: 632

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General concepts. Historical introduction to plant pathology. The causes of plant diseases: non-parasitic agents. Viruses and Mycoplasma-like organisms as plant pathogens. Plant diseases caused by parasites: the taxonomy of plant pathogens. Bacteria as plant pathogens. Angiosperms, algae and protozoa as plant pathogens. Root diseases. Plant injury due to insects, mites, nematodes and other pests. The entry of pathogens into plants. The colonization of the infected plant. The results of infection. Mechanims of attack. Mechanims of defence. The genetic of plant-pathogen interaction. The factors whick influence infection. Epidemiology: the seasonal carry-over plant pathogens. The dispersal of plant pathogens. The spread of pathogens within crop areas; epiphytotics. The factors which influence the spread of pathogens with crop areas. The forecasting of plant diseases. The assessment of disease incidence and crop loss. The control of plant diseases: general considerations. Disease control by plant sanitation. Disease control by cultural pratctices. Physical and chemical methods of disease contro(1). Physical and chemical methods of disease control(2). Disease control by plant breeding and selection. Disease control by legislation and international cooperations: research and education. Sources of information.

The book "Plant Pathology: Fundamentals and Applications" deals with history of plant pathology, classification of plant diseases, terms and concepts of plant pathology, classification of fungi, general account of phytopathogenic bacteria, ...

Author: B. Srinivasulu

Publisher: Daya Publishing House

ISBN: 9386071762

Category: Medical

Page: 192

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The book "Plant Pathology: Fundamentals and Applications" deals with history of plant pathology, classification of plant diseases, terms and concepts of plant pathology, classification of fungi, general account of phytopathogenic bacteria, plant viruses and viroids, plant diseases caused by fastidious vascular bacteria, plant diseases caused by mollicutes, plant diseases caused by protozoa and algae, phanerogamic parasites, non-parasitic causes of plant diseases, pathogenesis, survival and dispersal of plant pathogens, epidemiology and forecasting of plant diseases, principles of plant disease management and Integrated plant disease management.
2017 By B. Srinivasulu

Covering the key techniques used when working with fungal plant pathogens, this practical manual deals with the recognition of disease symptoms, detection and identification of fungi and methods to characterize them, as well as curation, ...

Author: Charles R. Lane

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 9781845936686

Category: Nature

Page: 307

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Fungal plant pathogens can threaten food security, economic prosperity and the natural environment. Changing factors such as pesticide usage, climate change and increasing trade globalization can bring new opportunities to plant pathogens, and new challenges to those attempting to control their spread. Covering the key techniques used when working with fungal plant pathogens, this practical manual deals with the recognition of disease symptoms, detection and identification of fungi and methods to characterize them, as well as curation, quarantine and quality assurance. It is unique in its practical focus, providing an overview of both traditional and emerging methods and their applications, and detailed protocols on techniques such as microscopy, antibody detection using ELISA methods and lateral flow devices, molecular methods using PCR and fingerprinting and preservation techniques including freeze drying. For postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students of mycology and plant pathology Fungal Plant Pathogens provides an invaluable guide to investigating fungal plant diseases and interpreting laboratory findings. It is also a useful tool for extension plant pathologists, consultants and advisers in agriculture, horticulture and the food supply chain
2012 By Charles R. Lane

Combines theoretical principles with practical applications in dealing with viral, fungal and bacterial diseases of plants.

Author: Otis C. Maloy

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: MINN:31951D009027519

Category: Nature

Page: 346

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Combines theoretical principles with practical applications in dealing with viral, fungal and bacterial diseases of plants. Covers exclusion techniques, eradication by chemical or physical means, biological control, fungicides, pathogen free seeds and vegetative material. Includes a wide range of examples.
1993-07-09 By Otis C. Maloy

Author: Elvin Charles Stakman

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89031124720

Category: Plant Diseases

Page: 581

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Every disease discussed consists of causal organism, symptoms, disease cycle, breeding, disease-resistant varieties and chemical control methods. The book also includes a list of periodicals on plant pathology.

Author: A. V. S. S. Sambamurty

Publisher: I. K. International Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 8188237604

Category: Plant diseases

Page: 424

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A Textbook of Plant Pathology provides comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of plant pathology. It offers an introduction to plant pathology for those new to the field. The text covers approximately 50 diseases in crop plants, providing details of symptoms, disease cycle and control measures. The book is divided into two parts, covering the principles of plant pathology and important plant diseases in crops. The section on principles of plant pathology includes a history of plant pathology, symptoms of plant diseases, epidemiology and forecasting of plant diseases, host-parasite inter-relationships and their interactions, the effect of climatic conditions on plant diseases, physiologic specialization, defence mechanisms, methods of studying plant diseases, and principles of plant disease control. Every disease discussed consists of causal organism, symptoms, disease cycle, breeding, disease-resistant varieties and chemical control methods. The book also includes a list of periodicals on plant pathology.
2013-12-30 By A. V. S. S. Sambamurty

The importance of plants; The importance of plant diseases; The nature and classification of plant diseases; Causes of plant diseases; The nature and classification of plant pathogens; Growth and reproduction of plant pathogens; The ...

Author: E. C. H. Stakman

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:966810556

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This book will be useful not only to the students and researchers in the field of plant pathology, but also to the extension functionaries who concerned with disease management in the field.

Author: Gajendra Jagtap

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 3659219185

Category: Phytopathogenic microorganisms

Page: 68

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In recent years the disease problems in many crop plants attracted the attentions of the scientists to device newer techniques in an integrated approach. The book "Principles of Plant Disease Management" is prepared by integrating all the available approaches viz. description of plant diseases, organization of structure of plant pathogens, their physiology, reproduction and management etc means in managing plant diseases. This book will be useful not only to the students and researchers in the field of plant pathology, but also to the extension functionaries who concerned with disease management in the field.
2012-08 By Gajendra Jagtap

Primarily aimed to cater to the needs of undergraduate students, this book provides comprehensive treatment of fundamental facts, terminology and general aspects of Plant Pathology. it provides an introduction to the subject for beginners ...

Author: DR. A.K KUSHWAHA

Publisher: Dr. A.K KUSHWAHA

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 589

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Plant Pathology comprises art of treating a sick plant as well as science of understanding the nature of the diseased plant. Primarily aimed to cater to the needs of undergraduate students, this book provides comprehensive treatment of fundamental facts, terminology and general aspects of Plant Pathology. it provides an introduction to the subject for beginners in this field. it can also serve as a laboratory manual. CONTENTS 1.introduction 2. Causes of plant diseases 3. Classification of plant diseases 4. Effect of pathogen on the plants 5. Dissemination of plant diseases 6. Diseases caused by abiotic factor 7. Role of enzymes and toxins in plant disease development 8. Defense mechanism in plants 9. Infection and host-parasite relationship 10. Principles and methods of plant disease control 11. Culture media and sterilization 12. Disease forecasting 13. Remote sensing – meaning, scope, objectives, advantages 14. Host plant resistance 15. Disease of rice 16. Disease of wheat 17. Diseases of sorghum 18. Diseases of pearlmilled 19. Diseases of maize 20. Diseases of turmeric 21. Diseases of tobacco 22. Diseases of groundnut 23. Diseases of sunflower 24. Diseases of sesamum 25. Diseases of cotton 26. Diseases of pigeonpea or arhar 28. Diseases of bengal gram 29. Diseases of soybean 30. Diseases of sugarcane 31. Diseases of citrus 32. Diseases of mango 33. Diseases of banana 34. Diseases of grapes 35. Diseases of apple 36. Diseases of papaya 37. Diseases of chilli 38. Diseases of brinjal 39. Diseases of bhendi 40. Diseases of potato 41. Diseases of cabbage 42. Diseases of cucurbits 43.diseases of tomato 44. Diseases of beans 45. Diseases of onion & garlic 46. Diseases of coffee and tea Definition and terms References
2020-04-21 By DR. A.K KUSHWAHA

Molecular Plant Pathology addresses the underlying molecular principles of plant/pathogen interactions, in a readily-accessible textbook format.

Author: Matthew Dickinson

Publisher: Garland Science

ISBN: 9781135325510

Category: Science

Page: 244

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Studies of the interactions between plants and their viral, bacterial and fungal pathogens are of major importance in plant and crop production. More than 10% of potential agricultural yield is lost to these organisms annually worldwide, and major epidemics can cause significant local economic and environmental damage. Molecular Plant Pathology addresses the underlying molecular principles of plant/pathogen interactions, in a readily-accessible textbook format.
2004-06-02 By Matthew Dickinson

Modern plant pathology.

Author: Charles Elmer Owens

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015006864832

Category: Plant diseases

Page: 629

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Modern plant pathology. Definitio, symptoms and classification of plant diseases. Methods of investigating plant diseases. Plant diseases as related to environment. Plant diseases control: General statement., Fungicides. Disease-free seed and nursery stock. Quarantine and inspection. Sick soil. Disease resistance in plants. Relatio of Insects to plant diseases. Diseases caused by slime Molds. Diseases caused by bacteria. Disease caused by fungi - phycomycetes. Diseases caused by fungi - ascomycetes. Diseases caused by fungi - basidiomycetes. Diseases caused by fungi-imperfecti. Diseases caused by algae. Diseases caused by parasitic seed plants. Diseases caused by nematodes. Virus diseases. Non-parasitic diseases.

The text is illustrated with flow diagrams, line diagrams, photographs and tables for quick and easy understanding of the subject.

Author: H. S. CHAUBE

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 9788120326743

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 724

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This comprehensive and uptodate text is designed to provide information to the readers on all important aspects of plant pathology in a single volume. The information on modern areas like Disease diagnosis, Disease forecasting, Biological control, Epidemiology and Biotechnology in disease resistance and safe use of pesticides have been covered, giving most recent concepts. The text is illustrated with flow diagrams, line diagrams, photographs and tables for quick and easy understanding of the subject.
2005-01-01 By H. S. CHAUBE

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