Plant Microbe Interface

Ajit Varma (Redaktør) ; Swati Tripathi (Redaktør) ; Ram Prasad (Redaktør)

This book shares the latest insights into the genetic basis of molecular communication between plants and their microbial consortia. Further, the book highlights the capabilities of the rhizosphere and endosphere, which help manage ecosystem responses to climate change, nutrient cycling and sequestration of carbon; and discusses their application to the development and management of renewable energy sources. Les mer
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This book shares the latest insights into the genetic basis of molecular communication between plants and their microbial consortia. Further, the book highlights the capabilities of the rhizosphere and endosphere, which help manage ecosystem responses to climate change, nutrient cycling and sequestration of carbon; and discusses their application to the development and management of renewable energy sources.

In their natural environments, plants are surrounded by a tremendous number of microorganisms. Some microbes directly interact with plants in a mutually beneficial fashion, while others colonize plants solely for their own advantage. In addition, microbes can indirectly affect plants by drastically altering their environments. Understanding the complex nature of the plant-microbe interface (PMI) can pave the way for novel strategies to improve plant productivity in an eco-friendly manner.




The PMI approach focuses on understanding the physical, molecular, and chemical interactions between organisms in order to determine their functional roles in biological, physical, chemical and environmental systems. Although several metabolites from plants and microbes have now been fully characterized, their roles in chemical interactions between these associates remain poorly understood, and require further investigation.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Mycorrhizae Resource Allocation in Root Development and Root Morphology



Ibrahim Ortas, Mazhar Rafique and Md Toufiq Iqbal







2. Plant-Mycorrhizal and Rhizobial Interfaces: Underlying Mechanisms and Their Roles in Sustainable Agroecosystems



Neera Garg, Amrit Bharti, Amrita Sharma and Shyna Bhalla







3. Truffles and Morels: Two Different Evolutionary Strategies of Fungal-Plant Interactions in the Pezizales



Francesca Ori, Ian Hall, Carmelo Gianchino, Mirco Iotti and Alessandra Zambonelli







4. AM Fungi and Trichoderma Interaction for Biological Control of Soil Borne Plant Pathogen Fusarium oxysporum



Khirood Doley, Mahesh Borde and Mohan Kulkarni







5. Management of Soil-Borne Diseases of Grain Legumes Though Broad-Spectrum Actinomycetes Having Plant Growth-Promoting and Biocontrol Traits



Subramaniam Gopalakrishnan and Vadlamudi Srinivas







6. Soil-microbes-plants Interactions and Ecological Diversity



Prem Chandra and Enespa







7. Pathogen and Management of Fungal Wilt of Banana Through Biocontrol Agents



Narendra Kumar and S.M. Paul Khurana







8. Potential of Plant-Microbe Interactions in Management of Pesticides Riddled Soil



Narendra Kumar, Sarica Chaturvedi and S.M. Paul Khurana







9. Algae and Cyanobacteria as Biocontrol Agents of Fungal Plant Pathogens



Hillary Righini and Roberta Roberti







10. Non-target Effects of Trichoderma on Plants, and Soil Microbial Communities



Monika Jangir, Satyawati Sharma, and Shilpi Sharma







11. Olive Anthracnose and its Management by Fungal Endophytes: An Overview



Fatima Martins, Jose Alberto Pereira, and Paula Baptista







12. Metagenomics as a Tool to Explore New Insights from Plant Microbe Interface



Prachi Bhargava, Mahejibin Khan, Ankit Verma, Anushka Singh, Sukriti Singh, Siddharth Vats and Reeta Goel







13. A Concise Compilation of the Diverse Detection Methods to Study Plant-Microbe Interfaces at the Cellular and Molecular Level: The Past, Present and Future



Regina Sharmila Dass and Rathijit Mallick







14. Anthosphere Microbiome and Their Associated Interactions at the Aromatic Interface



Nagarathinam Arunkumar, Suchitra Rakesh, Kaushik Rajaram, Narayanasamy Ravi Kumar and Siva Sundara Kumar Durairajan







15. Efficiency of Soil Plant Microbes for Healthy Plant Immunity and Sustainable Agricultural System



Yasir Nishat, Gufran Ahmad, Mohd. Danish, Mohd. Haris, and Touseef Hussain







16. Biological Control of Soft-rot of Ginger: Current Trends and Future Prospects



Mahendra Rai, Patrycja Golinska, Sudhir Shende, Priti Paralikar, Pramod Ingle and Avinash P. Ingle







17. Biological Effects of Uranium and Its Decay Products on Soil Microbes, Plants, and Humans



Chanda Siddoo-Atwal







18. An Overview of Effective Concentration of Industrial Effluent for Improving Crop Production and its Effect on Mico-bio zone of soil



Sangeeta, Gita Rani and Rani Devi

Om forfatteren

Prof Dr Ajit Varma: Professor Varma completed his PhD at Allahabad University and is a former Professor at the School of Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India. Presently, he is Group Dy. Vice Chancellor at Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, India. He is Distinguished Scientist & Professor of Eminence at the Amity Institute of Microbial Technology; and Vice Chairman of the Amity Science, Technology & Innovation Foundation at Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, India. He has published more than 374 papers in respected journals and has served as Editor in Chief of the Soil Biology Series, Springer Verlag Germany. Dr Varma is a Fellow of the Alexander-von-Humboldt Society, Germany, elected Fellow of the National Academy Agricultural Sciences, and Fellow of the Microbiology Society of India.


Dr Swati Tripathi: Assistant Professor at Amity Institute of Microbial Technology, Amity University, Noida, India. She is working on plant microbe interaction, and microbial biotechnology. Dr Tripathi has a number of research papers and review articles to her credit in the journals of international repute. She has her post doctoral experience from South Korea and has been awarded Early Career Research Award recently.





Dr Ram Prasad: Assistant Professor at Amity Institute of Microbial Technology, Amity University, Noida, India. He is working on plant microbe interaction, nanobiotechnology, and microbial biotechnology. Dr Prasad has edited several books and has a number of research papers and review articles to his credit in the journals of international repute. During 2014, Dr Prasad has been awarded American Cancer Society UICC International Fellowship for Beginning Investigator, USA. Presently, he is working as Research Associate Professor at School of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Sun Yat-Sen University, China.