Plant Innate Immunity Signals and Signaling Systems

Bioengineering and Molecular Manipulation for Crop Disease Management
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 15. April 2020
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  • XI, 267 Seiten
 
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The volume III of the book presents the ways and means to manipulate the signals and signaling system to enhance the expression of plant innate immunity for crop disease management. It also describes bioengineering approaches to develop transgenic plants expressing enhanced disease resistance using plant immunity signaling genes. It also discusses recent commercial development of biotechnological products to manipulate plant innate immunity for crop disease management.

Engineering durable nonspecific resistance to phytopathogens is one of the ultimate goals of plant breeding. However, most of the attempts to reach this goal fail as a result of rapid changes in pathogen populations and the sheer diversity of pathogen infection mechanisms. Recently several bioengineering and molecular manipulation technologies have been developed to activate the 'sleeping' plant innate immune system, which has potential to detect and suppress the development of a wide range of plant pathogens in economically important crop plants. Enhancing disease resistance through altered regulation of plant immunity signaling systems would be durable and publicly acceptable. Strategies for activation and improvement of plant immunity aim at enhancing host's capability of recognizing invading pathogens, boosting the executive arsenal of plant immunity, and interfering with virulence strategies employed by microbial pathogens. Major advances in our understanding of the molecular basis of plant immunity and of microbial infection strategies have opened new ways for engineering durable resistance in crop plants.

1st ed. 2020
  • Englisch
  • Dordrecht
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  • Niederlande
Springer Netherland
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  • 75 s/w Abbildungen, 1 farbige Abbildung
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  • 75 schwarz-weiße und 1 farbige Abbildungen, Bibliographie
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978-94-024-1940-5 (9789402419405)
10.1007/978-94-024-1940-5
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1 Introduction

1.1 Signals and Signaling Systems involved in Activation of Plant Innate Immune System

1.2 Bioengineering Technologies to Activate Plant Immunity Signaling Systems for Management of Crop Diseases

1.3 Molecular Manipulation of Plant Immunity Signaling Systems Using Abiotic or Biotic Elicitors for Management of Crop Diseases

2. Manipulation of Calcium Ion Influx--Mediated Immune Signaling Systems for Crop Disease
Management

2.1 Ca2+ Signaling Components

2.2 Bioengineering G-proteins for Plant Disease Management

2.3 Engineering Glutamate-Gated Ca2+ Channel for Plant Disease Management

2.4 Engineering H+-ATPase for Plant Disease Management

2.5 Molecular Manipulation of H+-ATPase Proton Pump by Laminarin for Crop Disease Management

2.6 Manipulation of H+-ATPase Using Chitosan Commercial Formulations

2.7 Engineering Annexins for Crop Disease Management

2.8 Bioengineering Calmodulin Genes to Promote Immune Responses for Plant Disease Management

2.9 Engineering CBP60g Calmodulin-binding Proteins for Disease Management

2.10 Engineering Calcium-Dependent Protein Kinase Genes for Crop Disease Management

2.11 Manipulation of Ca2+-Dependent Signaling Pathway by Vitamin B1

3. Manipulation of Reactive Oxygen Species, Redox and Nitric Oxide Signaling Systems to Activate Plant
Innate Immunity for Crop Disease Management

3.1 Complexity of ROS-Redox-NO Signaling System

3.2 Manipulation of ROS Signaling System Using Benzothiadiazole (BTH) for Crop Disease Management

3.3 Manipulation of ROS and Redox Signaling Systems Using Riboflavin to Promote Plant Immunity Potential for Crop Disease Management

3.4 Molecular Manipulation of ROS-mediated Redox Signaling System Using Menadione Sodium Bisulphite for Crop Disease Management

3.5 Management of Crop Diseases Using Thiamine through Manipulation of ROS Signaling System

3.6 Manipulation of ROS and Redox Signaling Systems Using Herbicides to Activate Plant Immune Signaling System for Crop Disease Management

3.7 Management of Crop diseases Using Giant Knotweed Extract Through Activation of ROS Signaling System

3.8 Manipulation of ROS Signaling System using b-Aminobutyric Acid for Crop Disease Management

3.9 Manipulation of ROS Signaling System Using Phosphorous Compounds for Crop Disease Management

3.10 Reactive Oxygen Species Generators as Plant Innate Immunity System Activators for Crop Disease Management

3.11 Manipulation of ROS and Redox Signaling System Using Microbes to Trigger Immune Responses for Crop Disease Management

3.12 Manipulation of ROS Signaling by Silicon to Activate Plant Innate Immune Responses

3.13 Bioengineering Cysteine-rich Receptor-Like Kinase (CRK) Genes to Activate ROS-Modulated Plant Immune Responses for Disease Management

3.14 Bioengineering Lectin Receptor Kinase (LecRK) Genes to Activate ROS-Modulated Plant Immune Responses for Disease Management

3.15 Engineering Peroxidase Gene to Activate ROS-Mediated Plant Immune Responses for Crop Disease Management

3.16 Bioengineering Superoxide Dismutase to Activate ROS-Mediated Immune Signaling for Disease Management

3.17 Engineering Glucose Oxidase Gene to Trigger ROS Production for Management of Crop Diseases

3.18 Manipulation of NO Signaling System to Activate Plant Immune Responses for Disease Management

4 Bioengineering and Molecular Manipulation of Mitogen-activated Kinases to Activate Plant Innate Immunity for Crop Disease Management

4.1 MAPK Signal Transduction System in Plant Innate Immunity

4.2 Engineering Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase (MAPK) Genes to Enhance Plant Immune Responses by Triggering Phosphorylation of Transcription Factors

4.3 Engineering Mitogen-activated Kinase Kinase (MAPKK) Genes to Activate ROS Signaling System for Management of Crop Diseases

4.4 Engineering MAPK/MAPKK Genes to Activate Salicylate Signaling System for Management of Diseases

4.5 Engineering MAPK Genes for Management of Pathogens by Activating JA Signaling System

4.6 Engineering MAPK Genes to Activate Salicylate-Jasmonate-Ethylene Signaling Network for Crop Disease Management

4.7 Molecular Manipulation of MAPK Genes Which Negatively Regulate SA Signaling System for Crop Disease Management

4.8 Molecular Manipulation of SIPK-WIPK Genes Expression for Crop Disease Management

4.9 Molecular Manipulation of EDR1, a MAPKK Kinase for Plant Disease Management

4.10 Manipulation of TIPK Gene Using Trichoderma for Crop Disease Management

5 Bioengineering and Molecular Manipulation of Salicylic Acid Signaling System to Activate Plant Immune Responses for Crop Disease Management

5.1 Salicylic Acid Signaling System Activates Local Resistance, Systemic Acquired Resistance, and Transgenerational Systemic Disease Resistance

5.2 Bioengineering Genes to Trigger SA Biosynthesis and Accumulation for Crop Disease Management

5.3 Bioengineering NPR1 Genes for Crop Disease Management

5.4 Manipulation of NPR1 Gene Expression by Synthetic Chemicals to Trigger Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR)

5.5 Molecular Manipulation of SA Signaling System by Probenazole for Crop Disease Management

5.6 Induction of Transgenerational SAR by BABA

5.7 Manipulation of SA Signaling System Using Plant-Derived Products for Disease Management

5.8 N-Acyl-L-Homoserine Lactones (AHLs)--Producing Bacteria Induce SA-Dependent Systemic Resistance

5.9 Activation of SA-Dependent Signaling System by Rhizobacteria for Management of Crop Diseases

5.10 Manipulation of SA Signaling System Using Yeast Elicitor for Disease Management

6 Bioengineering and Molecular Manipulation of Jasmonate Signaling System to Activate Plant Immune System for Crop Disease Management

6.1 Jasmonate Signaling System Triggers Local and Induced Systemic Resistance

6.2 Bioengineering Genes Encoding Enzymes in JA Biosynthesis Pathway

6.3 Manipulation of Genes Encoding Enzymes Involved in JA Biosynthesis using Alkamide

6.4 Molecular Manipulation of Lipoxygenase Enzyme Involved in JA Biosynthesis by Chitosan for Crop Disease Management

6.5 Bioengineering for Production of Arachidonic Acid in Plants to Activate JA Biosynthesis Pathway Genes for Disease Management

6.6 Manipulaion of JA-dependent Signaling System Using Hexanoic Acid for Plant Disease Management

67 Manipulation of Jasmonic Acid Signaling Pathway Using Ulvan for Crop Disease Management

6.8 Engineering Transcription Factor Genes to Manipulate JA Signaling System for Crop Disease Management

6.9 Manipulation of JA Signaling System Using Microbes for Crop Disease Management

7 Bioengineering and Molecular Manipulation of Ethylene Signaling System for Crop Disease Management

7.1 Ethylene Signaling System Triggers Local and Induced Systemic Resistance

7.2 Molecular Manipulation of Ethylene Biosynthesis Pathway for Crop Disease Management

7.3 Engineering ERF Genes to Manipulate Ethylene Signaling System for Crop Disease Management

7.4 Bioengineering EIN2 Gene to Activate Ethylene Signaling System for Crop Disease Management

7.5 Molecular Manipulation of Ethylene-Dependent Signaling System Using Microbes for Crop Disease Management



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