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Plant-Microbe Interaction - Recent Advances in Molecular and Biochemical Approaches

Volume 1: Overview of Biochemical and Physiological Alteration During Plant-Microbe Interaction

1st Edition - April 17, 2023

Editors: Prashant Swapnil, Mukesh Meena, Harish, Avinash Marwal, Selvakumar Vijayalakshmi, Andleeb Zehra

Language: English
Paperback ISBN:
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Plant-Microbe Interaction - Recent Advances in Molecular and Biochemical Approaches: Overview of Biochemical and Physiological Alteration During Plant-Microbe Interaction, Volume One covers the role of these plant microbes and their interaction between plants and microbes. These beneficial microbes, such as bacteria and fungi are also known as plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) through a biochemical reaction that may improve induced systemic resistance in the plant host via indirectly (against phytopathogens) or directly (the solubilization of mineral nutrients) by producing phytohormones and specific enzymes such as 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate deaminase. 

The book covers biochemical processes such as physiological, metabolic, etc. of plant and microbe interactions, the biochemistry of biological systems, the interaction of biological systems above-ground or within the rhizosphere, and the history of growth promoting microbiomes, their roles in phytoremediation efficiency, physiological and biochemical studies, chemical communication and signaling mechanisms.