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The Resource Ecological aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants, editors, Joe C. Polacco, Christopher D. Todd

Ecological aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants, editors, Joe C. Polacco, Christopher D. Todd

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Ecological aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants
Title
Ecological aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants
Statement of responsibility
editors, Joe C. Polacco, Christopher D. Todd
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Acquisition explores not only how plants compete for nitrogen in complex ecological communities The book also looks in greater detail at the associations plants recruit with other organisms, ranging from soil microbes to arthropods, as nitrogen acquisition strategies, and how these contribute to individual and evolutionary fitness. The book is divided into four sections, each addressing an important set of relationships of plants with the environment and how this impacts the plant's ability to compete successfully for nitrogen, often the most growth-limiting nutrient. Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Acquisition provides thorough coverage of this important topic, and will be a vitally important resource for plant scientists, agronomists, and ecologists"--
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Provided by publisher
Dewey number
572/.5442
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1944-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Polacco, Joseph C.
  • Todd, Christopher D
  • Wiley InterScience (Online service)
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Plants
  • Plant ecology
  • Plants
  • Plant-microbe relationships
  • Plant-soil relationships
  • Nitrogen cycle
  • Natural history
  • Science
  • Botany
Label
Ecological aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants, editors, Joe C. Polacco, Christopher D. Todd
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Front Matter -- The Nitrogen Cycle. The New Global Nitrogen Cycle / Jan Willem Erisman -- Plant-Soil Microbe Interactions. Plant Associations with Mycorrhizae and --Evolutionary Origins and Divergence of Strategies in Recruiting Soil Microbes / Gerben Bijl, Sťphane De Mita, Reň Geurts -- Arbuscular Mycorrhizas and N Acquisition by Plants / Luisa Lanfranco, Mike Guether, Paola Bonfante -- Ectomycorrhiza and Nitrogen Provision to the Host Tree / Michel Chalot, Claude Plassard -- Proteins in the Rhizosphere: Another Example of Plant-Microbe Exchange / Clelia De-la-Pęa, Jorge M Vivanco -- Actinorhizal Symbioses / Katharina Pawlowski -- Two in the Far North: The Alder- Symbiosis, with an Alaskan Case Study / Mike Anderson -- The Path of Rhizobia: From a Free-living Soil Bacterium to Root Nodulation / Pedro F Mateos, Ra︢l Rivas, Marta Robledo, Encarna Vel̀zquez, Eustoquio Mart︢nez-Molina, David W Emerich -- Exploiting Mycorrhizae and Rhizobium Symbioses to Recover Seriously Degraded Soils / Šrgio Miana de Faria, Alexander S Resende, Orivaldo J Saggin J︢nior, Robert M Boddey -- Epi- and Endo-Phytic Microbes. Nitrogen: Give and Take from Phylloplane Microbes / Mark A Holland -- N-Fixing Endophytes of Grasses and Cereals / Veronica Massena Reis, Jos Vanderleyden, Stijn Spaepen -- Arthropods. Effects of Insect Herbivores on the Nitrogen Economy of Plants / Leiling Tao, Mark D Hunter -- Plant Defense Proteins That Inhibit Insect Peptidases / Carlos Peres Silva, Richard Ian Samuels -- Nutrient Acquisition and Concentration by Ant Symbionts: The Incidence and Importance of Biological Interactions to Plant Nutrition / Cynthia L Sagers -- Environmental Signalling in N Acquisition. The Functions of Flavonoids in Legume-Rhizobia Interactions / Oliver Yu, Yechun Wang -- Plant Hormones and Initiation of Legume Nodulation and Arbuscular Mycorrhization / Arijit Mukherjee, Jean-Michel Aň -- Nitric Oxide as a Signal Molecule in Intracellular and Extracellular Bacteria-plant Interactions / Andřs Arruebarrena Di Palma, Lorenzo Lamattina, Cecilia M Creus -- Index
  • Machine generated contents note: A. THE NITROGEN CYCLE. -- CHAPTER 1 The new global nitrogen cycle. -- B. PLANT-SOIL MICROBE INTERACTIONS. -- CHAPTER 2 Plant Associations with Mycorrhizae and Rhizobium --Evolutionary origins and divergence of strategies in recruiting soil microbes. -- CHATER 3 Arbuscular mycorrhizas and N acquisition by plants. -- CHAPTER 4 Ectomycorrhiza and nitrogen provision to the host tree. -- CHAPTER 5 Proteins in the rhizosphere: another example of plant-microbe exchange. -- CHAPTER 6 Actinorhizal symbioses. -- CHAPTER 7 Two in the Far North: The Alder-Frankia Symbiosis, with an Alaskan Case Study. -- CHAPTER 8 The path of Rhizobia: from a free-living soil bacterium to root nodulation. -- CHAPTER 9 Exploiting Mycorrhizae and Rhizobium Symbioses to Recover Seriously Degraded Soils. -- C. EPI- AND ENDO-PHYTIC MICROBES. -- CHAPTER 10 Nitrogen: Give and Take from Phylloplane Microbes. -- CHAPTER 11 Epi and Endo-phytic microbes: N2-fixing endophytes of grasses and cereals. -- D. ARTHROPODS. -- CHAPTER 12 Effects of Insect Herbivores on the Nitrogen Economy of Plants. -- CHAPTER 13 Plant Defense Proteins that inhibit Insect Peptidases. -- CHAPTER 14 Nutrient acquisition and concentration by ant symbionts: the incidence and importance of biological interactions to plant nutrition. -- E. ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNALLING IN N ACQUISITION. -- CHAPTER 15 The functions of flavonoids in legume-rhizobia interactions. -- CHAPTER 16 Plant hormones and initiation of legume nodulation and arbuscular mycorrhization. -- CHAPTER 17 Nitric Oxide as a signal molecule in intra- and extra-cellular bacteria-plant interactions
Control code
ocn711780350
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780470959381
Note
Wiley
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)711780350
Label
Ecological aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants, editors, Joe C. Polacco, Christopher D. Todd
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Front Matter -- The Nitrogen Cycle. The New Global Nitrogen Cycle / Jan Willem Erisman -- Plant-Soil Microbe Interactions. Plant Associations with Mycorrhizae and --Evolutionary Origins and Divergence of Strategies in Recruiting Soil Microbes / Gerben Bijl, Sťphane De Mita, Reň Geurts -- Arbuscular Mycorrhizas and N Acquisition by Plants / Luisa Lanfranco, Mike Guether, Paola Bonfante -- Ectomycorrhiza and Nitrogen Provision to the Host Tree / Michel Chalot, Claude Plassard -- Proteins in the Rhizosphere: Another Example of Plant-Microbe Exchange / Clelia De-la-Pęa, Jorge M Vivanco -- Actinorhizal Symbioses / Katharina Pawlowski -- Two in the Far North: The Alder- Symbiosis, with an Alaskan Case Study / Mike Anderson -- The Path of Rhizobia: From a Free-living Soil Bacterium to Root Nodulation / Pedro F Mateos, Ra︢l Rivas, Marta Robledo, Encarna Vel̀zquez, Eustoquio Mart︢nez-Molina, David W Emerich -- Exploiting Mycorrhizae and Rhizobium Symbioses to Recover Seriously Degraded Soils / Šrgio Miana de Faria, Alexander S Resende, Orivaldo J Saggin J︢nior, Robert M Boddey -- Epi- and Endo-Phytic Microbes. Nitrogen: Give and Take from Phylloplane Microbes / Mark A Holland -- N-Fixing Endophytes of Grasses and Cereals / Veronica Massena Reis, Jos Vanderleyden, Stijn Spaepen -- Arthropods. Effects of Insect Herbivores on the Nitrogen Economy of Plants / Leiling Tao, Mark D Hunter -- Plant Defense Proteins That Inhibit Insect Peptidases / Carlos Peres Silva, Richard Ian Samuels -- Nutrient Acquisition and Concentration by Ant Symbionts: The Incidence and Importance of Biological Interactions to Plant Nutrition / Cynthia L Sagers -- Environmental Signalling in N Acquisition. The Functions of Flavonoids in Legume-Rhizobia Interactions / Oliver Yu, Yechun Wang -- Plant Hormones and Initiation of Legume Nodulation and Arbuscular Mycorrhization / Arijit Mukherjee, Jean-Michel Aň -- Nitric Oxide as a Signal Molecule in Intracellular and Extracellular Bacteria-plant Interactions / Andřs Arruebarrena Di Palma, Lorenzo Lamattina, Cecilia M Creus -- Index
  • Machine generated contents note: A. THE NITROGEN CYCLE. -- CHAPTER 1 The new global nitrogen cycle. -- B. PLANT-SOIL MICROBE INTERACTIONS. -- CHAPTER 2 Plant Associations with Mycorrhizae and Rhizobium --Evolutionary origins and divergence of strategies in recruiting soil microbes. -- CHATER 3 Arbuscular mycorrhizas and N acquisition by plants. -- CHAPTER 4 Ectomycorrhiza and nitrogen provision to the host tree. -- CHAPTER 5 Proteins in the rhizosphere: another example of plant-microbe exchange. -- CHAPTER 6 Actinorhizal symbioses. -- CHAPTER 7 Two in the Far North: The Alder-Frankia Symbiosis, with an Alaskan Case Study. -- CHAPTER 8 The path of Rhizobia: from a free-living soil bacterium to root nodulation. -- CHAPTER 9 Exploiting Mycorrhizae and Rhizobium Symbioses to Recover Seriously Degraded Soils. -- C. EPI- AND ENDO-PHYTIC MICROBES. -- CHAPTER 10 Nitrogen: Give and Take from Phylloplane Microbes. -- CHAPTER 11 Epi and Endo-phytic microbes: N2-fixing endophytes of grasses and cereals. -- D. ARTHROPODS. -- CHAPTER 12 Effects of Insect Herbivores on the Nitrogen Economy of Plants. -- CHAPTER 13 Plant Defense Proteins that inhibit Insect Peptidases. -- CHAPTER 14 Nutrient acquisition and concentration by ant symbionts: the incidence and importance of biological interactions to plant nutrition. -- E. ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNALLING IN N ACQUISITION. -- CHAPTER 15 The functions of flavonoids in legume-rhizobia interactions. -- CHAPTER 16 Plant hormones and initiation of legume nodulation and arbuscular mycorrhization. -- CHAPTER 17 Nitric Oxide as a signal molecule in intra- and extra-cellular bacteria-plant interactions
Control code
ocn711780350
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780470959381
Note
Wiley
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)711780350

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