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Host Plant Resistance to Pests by Paul A. Hedin (Eds.)

By Paul A. Hedin (Eds.)

content material: Phytoalexins and chemical substances that elicit their construction in vegetation / N.T. prepared and B. Bruegger --
function of elicitors of phytoalexin accumulation in plant ailment resistance / Barbara S. Valent and Peter Albersheim --
Biochemical features of plant illness resistance and susceptibility / Doug S. Kenfield and Gary A. Strobel --
Interactions among phytophthora infestans and potato host / Donald D. debts --
Biosynthetic relationships of sesquiterpenoidal pressure compounds from the solanaceae / Albert Stoessl, E.W.B. Ward, and J.B. Stothers --
Activated coordinated chemical security opposed to sickness in crops / Joseph Kuć and Frank L. Caruso --
Biochemical and ultrastructural elements of Southern corn leaf blight illness / Peter Gregory, Elizabeth D. Earle, and Vernon E. Gracen --
Host plant resistance to bugs / A.C. Waiss, Jr., B.G. Chan, and C.A. Elliger --
the results of plant biochemicals on insect development and dietary body structure / John C. Reese --
Isolation and identity of poisonous brokers from vegetation / Martin Jacobson --
Insect antifeedants and repellents from African crops / I. Kubo and ok. Nakanishi --
Antifeedant sesquiterpene lactones within the compositae / Tom J. Mabry, James E. Gill, William C. Burnett, Jr., and Samuel B. Jones, Jr. --
Insect antifeedants of spodoptera litura in vegetation / Katsura Munakata --
traditional pesticides from cotton (gossypium) / Robert D. Stipanovic, Alois A. Bell, and Maurice J. Lukefahr --
position of repellents and deterrents in feeding of scolytus multistriatus / Dale M. Norris --
Behavioral and developmental components affecting host plant resistance to bugs / P.A. Hedin, J.N. Jenkins, and F.G. Maxwell.

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Lyne et al. (6) have characterized two additional soybean phytoalexins which are structural isomers of glyceollin and which appear to have similar antibiotic characteristics. The synthesis of glyceollin, a phenylpropanoid derivative, is probably initiated from phenylalanine via the reaction catalyzed by phenylalanine ammonia-lyase, but, as yet, no biosynthetic pathway for the production of a phytoalexin has been completely described. Steven Thomas, in our laboratory, has been studying the effect of glyceollin on a variety of microorganisms, for the mechanism by which phytoalexins work is unknown.

KENFIELD and GARY A. STROBEL Department of Plant Pathology, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59715 The events that either permit or preclude a pathogenic association between a host and its pathogen can manifest them­ selves at many different levels of the interaction (1). A complete knowledge of the interaction necessitates elucidation of the molecular events in connection with and pertinent to the genetics of pathogenicity and resistance. The purpose of this report is both to propose and illustrate a few of the possible molecular interactions between host and parasite and to discuss how these interactions relate to resistance or susceptibility in plant diseases.

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