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Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere covers current kwledge on the molecular basis of plant-microbe interactions in the rhizosphere. Also included in the book are both reviews and research-based chapters describing experimental materials and methods. Edited by a leader in the field, with contributions from authors around the world, Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere brings together the most up-to-date research in this expanding area, and will be a valuable resource for molecular microbiologists and plant soil scientists, as well as upper level students in microbiology, ecology, and agriculture.

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Author(s)Frans J. de Bruijn
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
Date of Publication03/05/2013
LanguageEnglish
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ISBN-101118296176
ISBN-139781118296172
SubjectLife Sciences: General

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Table Of Contents<p>VOLUME ONE <p>Chapter 1. Introduction Frans J. de Bruijn <p>Section 1 Focus Chapters <p>Chapter 2. Using genomics to unveil bacterial determinants ofrhizosphere life style Maria Ramos-Gonzalez <p>Chapter 3. Benefits of breeding crops for yield response to soilorganisms Philip White <p>Chapter 4. Microbial interactions in the Rhizosphere Jose-Miguel Barea <p>Chapter 5. Culture-independent molecular approaches to microbialecology in soil and the rhizosphere Penny Hirsch <p>Chapter 6. Exploiting new systems-based strategies to elucidateplant-bacterial interactions in the rhizosphere Fergal O Gara Chapter 7. Combining molecular microbial ecology with ecophysiologyand plant genetics for a better understanding of plant-microbialcommunities interactions in the rhizosphere Philippe Lemanceau and Christoph Mougel <p>Chapter 8. Microbially Mediated Plant Functional Traits Maren L. Friesen Section 2 Plant-mediated Structuring of Bacterial Communities inthe Rhizosphere <p>Chapter 9. Unraveling the shed of unexplored rhizospheremicrobial diversity Chandra Nautiyal <p>Chapter 10. Analysis of bacterial communities in therhizosphere- what do advanced molecular tools tell us about theecology of interactions? Jan Dirk van Elsas <p>Chapter 11. Challenges in assessing links between root exudatesand the structure and function of soil microbial communities Leo Condron <p>Chapter 12. Root secretions: interrelating genes and moleculesto microbial associations. Is it all that simple? Harsh Bais <p>Chapter 13. The use of stable isotope labelling andcompound-specific analysis of microbial phospholipid fatty acids toquantify the influences of rhizodeposition on microbial communitystructure and function Eric Paterson <p>Chapter 14. Metarhizobium robertsii, a rhizosphere-competentinsect pathogen that expresses a specific subset of genes in plantroot exudate Monica Pava-Ripoll <p>Chapter 15. Shaping of microbial community structure andfunction in the rhizosphere by four diverse plant species Wafa Achouak <p>Chapter 16. Exploration of hitherto-uncultured bacteria from therhizosphere Leo van Overbeek <p>Chapter 17. The use of molecular methods to assesschemotactic-competent bacterial populations in therhizosphere Alison Buchan <p>Chapter 18. Assessment of rice root-associated bacteria Pablo Hardoim <p>Chapter 19. Phylogenetic analysis of Azospirillum speciesisolated from the rhizosphere of field grown wheat based on geneticand phenotypic features Panagiotis Katinakis <p>Chapter 20. Influence of intercropping and intercropping plusrhizobial inoculation on microbial activity and communitycomposition in rhizosphere of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) andsiberian wild rye (Elymus sibericus L.) Hong Li Yuan <p>Chapter 21. Root exudates, crucial for molecular understandingof interactions in the rhizosphere Nicholas Uren <p>Chapter 22. Do root exudates exert more influence on rhizospherebacterial community structure than other rhizodeposits? Penny Hirsch <p>Section 3 Plant Genetics and RhizobacterialCommunities <p>Chapter 23. Arabidopsis thaliana as model in the study ofroot-inhabiting bacteria Paul Schulze-Lefert <p>Chapter 24. Genetic and developmental control of rhizospherebacterial communities Shirley Micallef and Adan Colon-Carmona <p>Chapter 25. Arabidopsis thaliana: a useful but limited mosel toinvestigate stress impacts on rhizosphere community composition andfunction Gordon Wolfe <p>Chapter 26. Medicago truncatula root proteomics Frank Colditz <p>Section 4 Hormones and other Signals andRhizomicrobes <p>Chapter 27. Control of the cooperation.between plantgrowth-promoting rhizobacteria and crops by rhizospheresignals Yvan Moenne-Loccoz and Claire Prigent Combaret <p>Chapter 28. Small molecules involved in transkingdomcommunication between plants and rhizobacteria Jose Lopez-Bucio <p>Chapter 29. Bacterial biosynthesis of indole-acetic acid: Signalmessenger service Sheela Srivastava <p>Chapter 30. Fixing and non-fixing Rhizobia affect Arabidopsisroot archite

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Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere covers current knowledge on the molecular basis of plant-microbe interactions in the rhizosphere. Also included in the book are both reviews and research-based chapters describing experimental materials and methods.

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Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere covers current knowledge on the molecular basis of plant-microbe interactions in the rhizosphere. Also included in the book are both reviews and research-based chapters describing experimental materials and methods. Edited by a leader in the field, with contributions from authors around the world, Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere brings together the most up-to-date research in this expanding area, and will be a valuable resource for molecular microbiologists and plant soil scientists, as well as upper level students in microbiology, ecology, and agriculture.

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VOLUME ONE Chapter 1. Introduction Frans J. de Bruijn Section 1 Focus Chapters Chapter 2. Using genomics to unveil bacterial determinants ofrhizosphere life style Maria Ramos-Gonzalez Chapter 3. Benefits of breeding crops for yield response to soilorganisms Philip White Chapter 4. Microbial interactions in the Rhizosphere Jose-Miguel Barea Chapter 5. Culture-independent molecular approaches to microbialecology in soil and the rhizosphere Penny Hirsch Chapter 6. Exploiting new systems-based strategies to elucidateplant-bacterial interactions in the rhizosphere Fergal O Gara Chapter 7. Combining molecular microbial ecology with ecophysiologyand plant genetics for a better understanding of plant-microbialcommunities interactions in the rhizosphere Philippe Lemanceau and Christoph Mougel Chapter 8. Microbially Mediated Plant Functional Traits Maren L. Friesen Section 2 Plant-mediated Structuring of Bacterial Communities inthe Rhizosphere Chapter 9. Unraveling the shed of unexplored rhizospheremicrobial diversity Chandra Nautiyal Chapter 10. Analysis of bacterial communities in therhizosphere- what do advanced molecular tools tell us about theecology of interactions? Jan Dirk van Elsas Chapter 11. Challenges in assessing links between root exudatesand the structure and function of soil microbial communities Leo Condron Chapter 12. Root secretions: interrelating genes and moleculesto microbial associations. Is it all that simple? Harsh Bais Chapter 13. The use of stable isotope labelling andcompound-specific analysis of microbial phospholipid fatty acids toquantify the influences of rhizodeposition on microbial communitystructure and function Eric Paterson Chapter 14. Metarhizobium robertsii, a rhizosphere-competentinsect pathogen that expresses a specific subset of genes in plantroot exudate Monica Pava-Ripoll Chapter 15. Shaping of microbial community structure andfunction in the rhizosphere by four diverse plant species Wafa Achouak Chapter 16. Exploration of hitherto-uncultured bacteria from therhizosphere Leo van Overbeek Chapter 17. The use of molecular methods to assesschemotactic-competent bacterial populations in therhizosphere Alison Buchan Chapter 18. Assessment of rice root-associated bacteria Pablo Hardoim Chapter 19. Phylogenetic analysis of Azospirillum speciesisolated from the rhizosphere of field grown wheat based on geneticand phenotypic features Panagiotis Katinakis Chapter 20. Influence of intercropping and intercropping plusrhizobial inoculation on microbial activity and communitycomposition in rhizosphere of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) andsiberian wild rye (Elymus sibericus L.) Hong Li Yuan Chapter 21. Root exudates, crucial for molecular understandingof interactions in the rhizosphere Nicholas Uren Chapter 22. Do root exudates exert more influence on rhizospherebacterial community structure than other rhizodeposits? Penny Hirsch Section 3 Plant Genetics and RhizobacterialCommunities Chapter 23. Arabidopsis thaliana as model in the study ofroot-inhabiting bacteria Paul Schulze-Lefert Chapter 24. Genetic and developmental control of rhizospherebacterial communities Shirley Micallef and Adan Colon-Carmona Chapter 25. Arabidopsis thaliana: a useful but limited mosel toinvestigate stress impacts on rhizosphere community composition andfunction Gordon Wolfe Chapter 26. Medicago truncatula root proteomics Frank Colditz Section 4 Hormones and other Signals andRhizomicrobes Chapter 27. Control of the cooperation.between plantgrowth-promoting rhizobacteria and crops by rhizospheresignals Yvan Moenne-Loccoz and Claire Prigent Combaret Chapter 28. Small molecules involved in transkingdomcommunication between plants and rhizobacteria Jose Lopez-Bucio Chapter 29. Bacterial biosynthesis of indole-acetic acid: Signalmessenger service Sheela Srivastava Chapter 30. Fixing and non-fixing Rhizobia affect Arabidopsisroot architecture by interfering with the auxin signallingpathway Bruno Touraine Chapter 31. Terpene production by bacteria and its involvementin plant growth promotion, stress alleviation and yieldincrease Ruben Bottini Chapter 32 Rapid identification of plant growth promotingrhizobacteria using an agar plate co-cultivation system withArabidopsis Jose Lopez-Bucio Chapter 33. Strigolactone biosynthesis and biology Harro Bouwmeester Chapter 34. Chemistry of strigolactones: why and how do plantsproduce so many strigolactones? Koichi Yoneyama Chapter 35. Strigolactones: crucial cues in therhizosphere Juan Lopez-Raez Section 5 Endophytes Chapter 36. Bacterial endophytes: Who and where and what theyare doing there Natalia Malfanova and Gabriele Berg Chapter 37. Properties of bacterial endophytes leading tomaximized host fitness Jan Dirk van Elsas Chapter 38. DNA-Based stable isotope probing for identifyingactive bacterial endophytes in potato Frank Rasche Chapter 39. Visualization of niches of colonization ofFirmicuyes with Bacillus spp in the rhizosphere, rhizoplane andendorhiza of grapevine plants at flowering stage of development byFISH microscopy Stephane Compant; Angela Sessitsch Chapter 40. The poplar endophyte Pseudomonas putida W619 as akey to a succesfull phytoremediation of volatile organiccontaminants Nele Weyens Chapter 41. NifH gene expression and nitrogen fixation bydiazotrophic endophytes in sugarcane and sweet potato Tadakatsu Yoneyama Chapter 42. Surveying diverse Zea seed for populations ofbacterial endophytes Manish Raizada Robert Johnston Monje Section 6 Symbiotic Plant-Microbe Interactions Chapter 43. Molecular mechanisms governing arbuscular mycorrhizadevelopment and function Martin Parniske Chapter 44. Diversity and evolution of nitrogen-fixing legumesymbionts Catharine Masson Chapter 45. Lipochitooligosaccharide perception and the basis ofpartner recognition in root endosymbioses Julie Cullimore and Clare Gough Chapter 46. Rhizobial genetic repertoire to inhabit legume- andnon-legume rhizospheres Esperanza Martinez Romero Chapter 47. Who is controlling whom within the ectomycorrhizalsymbiosis: Insights from genomic and functional analyses Francis Martin and Claire Fourrey Chapter 48. Role of carotenoid metabolism in the arbuscularmycorrhizal symbiosis Michael Walter Chapter 49. Bacterial colonization of the arbuscularmycorrhizal.fungal hyposphere Tanja Scheublin Chapter 50. Role of Quorum Sensing in the Sinorhizobiummeliloti-Alfalfa Symbiosis Juan Gonzalez Chapter 51. Roles for flavonoids in symbiotic root-rhizosphereinteractions Ulrike Mathesius Chapter 52. Exopolysaccharides and Nodule Invasion in theSinorhizobium meliloti-Alfalfa Symbiosis Juan Gonzalez VOLUME TWO Section 7 PGPR, Biocontrol and Disease-SuppressiveBacteria Chapter 53. Plant growth promotion by microbes Ben Lugtenberg and Gabriele Berg Chapter 54. Microbial control of plant root diseases Ben Lugtenberg and Gabriele Berg Chapter 55. Biocontrol and Osmoprotection for Plants underSaline Conditions Gabriela Berg Chapter 56. Genetics and evolution of 2,4 diacetylphloroglucinol synthesis in Pseudomonas fluorescence John Morrissey Chapter 57. Suppression of crown gall disease by rhizospherebacteria and Agrobacterium-specific bacteriophages Leonid Chernin Chapter 58. Molecular-based strategies to exploit the inorganicphosphate solubilization ability of Pseudomonas in sustainableagriculture Fergal O Gara Chapter 59. The biocontrol bacterium Pseudomonas fluoresensPf29Arp strain affects the pathogenesis-related gene expression ofthe take-all fungus Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici on wheatroots Stephanie Daval Chapter 60. Marker-Assisted Selection of Novel BacteriaContributing to Soilborne Plant Disease Suppression Brian McSpadden Gardener Chapter 61. Combined effects of wheat roots and pathogenicfungus Gaeumannomyces graminis vartritici on Gene Expression of thebiocontrol bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens Pf29Arp Alain Sarniguet Chapter 62. Biocontrol of Tree Root Diseases Francisco Cazorla and Clara Piego Chapter 63. Plant growth modulation by bacterial volatiles: afocus on Burkholderia species Laure Weisskopf Chapter 64. Plant growth promoting microorganisms: The road from anacademically promising result to a commercial product Faina Kamilova and H. Mikkelsen Chapter 65. The effect of agricultural practices on residentsoil microbial communities: Focus on biocontrol andbiofertilization Susana Castro-Sowinski Section 8 Biofilm Formation and Attachment to Roots Chapter 66. Biofilm Formation in the Rhizosphere: MultispeciesInteractions and Implications for Plant Growth Ann Hirsch Chapter 67. Probiotics for plants: Rhizospheric microbiome andplant fitness Harsh Bais Chapter 68. Motility, biofilm formation and rhizospherecolonization by Pseudomonas fluorescens F113 Rafael Rivilla and Marta Martin Chapter 69. CMEIAS: An improved computing technology forquantitative image analysis of root colonization by rhizobacteriaIn Situ at single-cell resolution Frank Dazzo and Youssef Yanni Section 9 Quorum Sensing and Signalling Chapter 70. Understanding root-microbiome interactions Jorge Vivanco Chapter 71. An interkingdom signaling mechanism in rhizospherePseudomonas Vittorio Venturi Chapter 72. N-Acylhomoserine-lactone quorum-sensing signallingin phenazine and cyclic lipopeptide-producing Pseudomonas sp. CMR12from the red cocoyam rhizosphere Monica. Hofte Chapter 73. The response of plants towards N-acyl homoserinelactones of quorum sensing active bacteria in the rhizosphere Anton Hartmann Chapter 74. In situ calling distances and high populationindependent N-acylhomoserine lactone- mediated communication onplant root surfaces Frank Dazzo Stephan Gantner Chapter 75. Quorum-sensing quenching by volatile organiccompounds emitted by rhizosphere bacteria Leonid Chernin Chapter 76. The biological significance of the degradation ofN-acylhomoserine lactones-Quorum sensing and quorum quenching inBurkholderia and Agrobacterium Kok-Gan Chan and Yves Dessaux Chapter 77. Altering Plant-Microbe Interactions ThroughArtificially Manipulating Bacterial Quorum Sensing Rupert Fray Chapter 78. Rhizosphere microbial communication in soil nutrientacquisition Kristen DeAngelis Chapter 79 Agony to harmony- What decides? Calcium signalling inbeneficial and pathogenic plant-microbe interactions: What we canlearn from the Arabidopsis/Piriformospora indica symbiosis Ralf Oelmuller Section 10 Genomic Sequencing and Screening ofGenes/Promoters Activated in the Natural Environment Chapter 80 Genome transcriptome analysis and functionalcharacterization of a nitrogen fixation island in root-associatedPseudomonas stutzeri Min Lin and Claudine Elmerich Chapter 81. Genome analysis, ecology and plant growth promotionof the endophyte Burkholderia phytofirmans strain PsJN Angela Sessitsch Chapter 82. Identification and mutational activation ofniche-specific genes provides insight into regulatory networks andbacterial function in complex environments Robert Jackson Chapter 83. Comparative analysis of the complete genome sequenceof the plant growth-promoting bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciensFZB42 Rainer Borriss Chapter 84. Genome Sequence of the Plant Growth PromotingEndophytic Bacterium Enterobacter sp. 638 Daniel van der Lelie Section 11 Marker and Reporter Genes For Plant-Host InteractionStudies Chapter 85. Approaches for the design of genetically engineeredbacteria for ecological studies and biotechnologicalapplications Humberto Ramos Chapter 86. Construction of signature-tagged mutant librariesand application to plant-symbiotic bacteria Anke Becker Chapter 87 Us e of DOPE-FISH tool to better visualizecolonization of plants by beneficial bacteria? An example withSaccharothrix algeriensis NRRL B-24137 colonizing grapevineplants Stephane Compant Chapter 88. Combining rhizobox, reporter gene systems andmolecular analysis to assess the effects of humic substances onplant-microbes interactions in soil rhizosphere Marco Trevisan Chapter 89. Multi-parameter flow cytometry for characterizationof physiological states in Pseudomonas fluorescens DR54 biocontrolinoculants under dry formulation and long-term storage in claycarrier Jan Sorensen Chapter 90. Endophytic lifestyle of biocontrol strains ofPseudomonas spp. in olive roots Jesus Mercado-Blanco and Pilar Prieto Section 12 Phytoremediation and heavy metal tolerance in theRhizosphere Chapter 91. Improving phytoremediation through plant associatedbacteria David Dowling Chapter 92. Ecology of alkane-degrading bacteria and theirinteraction with the plant. Angela Sessitsch Chapter 93. Abiotic stress remediation by the arbuscularmycorrhizal symbiosis and rhizosphere bacteria /yeastinteractions Rosario Azcon Chapter 94. Potentially plant growth promoting and nitrogenfixing rhizobacteria associated with pioneer plants growing on minetailings Cesar Hernandez-Rodriguez Chapter 95. Stimulation of rhizosphere microbial communitiesduring chemophytostabilization of a Pb-Zn mine soil George Kowalchuk and Lur Epelde Chapter 96. Arbuscular mycorrhiza in glucosinolate-containingplants: The story of the metal hyperaccumulator Thlaspi praecox(Brassicaceae) Marjana Regvar Chapter 97. Novel metal resistance genes from the rhizosphere ofextreme environments: A functional metagenomics approach Jose Gonzalez-Pastor and Salvator Mirete Section 13 Climate Change Effects on Soil/Rhizosphere MicrobialCommunities Chapter 98. Soil warming effects on beneficial plant-microbeinteractions Angela Sessitsch Stephane Compant Chapter 99. Soil respiration, climate change and the role ofmicrobial communities. O. Roger Anderson Chapter 100. Rhizosphere responses to elevated atmosphericCO2 George Kowalchuk and Barbara Drigo Chapter 101. Applying stable isotope probing of phospholipidfatty acids and ribosomal RNA in rice fields to study thecomposition of the active methanotrophic bacterial communities insitu Ralph Conrad Section 14 Metagenomics and the Soil/Rhizosphere Chapter 102. Impact of mangrove roots on bacterialcomposition Newton Gomes Chapter 103. Prediction of an ectomycorrhizal metabolome fromtranscriptomic data Peter Larsen Chapter 104. Metagenomic analysis on the rhizosphere soilmicrobial community Takuro Shinano Chapter 105. Bacterial diversity in rhizosphere soil fromantarctic vascular plants of Admiralty Bay, in maritimeAntarctica Alexandre Rosado Chapter 106. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi throughout the year:Using massively parallel pyrosequencing to quantify spatio-temporalseasonal dynamics Alex Dumbrell Chapter 107. Transcriptomics and metatranscriptomic analysis ofthe response of rhizosphere bacteria to environmental change Phil Poole Chapter 108. Unraveling the rhizosphere using the CPN60 genomicmarker and pyrosequencing George Lavarovits Chapter 109. Rhizosphere metatranscriptomics: Challenges andopportunities Peer Schenk Section 15 Engineering the Rhizosphere : The " BiasedRhizosphere " Concept Chapter 110. The Biased Rhizosphere concept andadvances in the Omics era to study bacterial competitiveness andpersistence in the phytosphere. Yves Dessaux and Silvia Rossbach Chapter 111. Bacterial inositol and rhizopine catabolism- asweet ride into the host Silvia Rossbach Chapter 112. Exogenous glucosinolate produced by transgenicArabidopsis thaliana has an impact on microbes in the rhizosphereand plant roots Odile Berge and Melanie Bressan C hapter 113. Reciprocal interactions between plants and fluorescentpseudomonads in relation to iron in the rhizosphere Philippe Lemanceau Chapter 114. Enhancement of plant-microbe interactions usingrhizosphere metabolomics driven approach and its application in theremoval of polychlorinated biphenyls Sanjay Swarup Section 16 Concluding Chapters Chapter 115. Rhizophagy a new dimension of plant-microbeinteractions Chanyarat Puangfoo-Lonhienne Chapter 116. The Rhizosphere as a Reservoir for OpportunisticHuman Pathogenic Bacteria Gabriele Berg and Anton Hartmann Chapter 117. Mechanisms of plant colonization by humanpathogenic bacteria: an emphasis on the roots and rhizosphere Nicola Holden Chapter 118. Perspectives on the Molecular Microbial Ecology ofthe Rhizosphere B.J.J. Lugtenberg and Jos Raaijmakers

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Edited by a leader in the field, with contributions fromauthors around the world, Molecular Microbial Ecology of theRhizosphere brings together the most up-to-date research in thisexpanding area, and will be a valuable resource for molecularmicrobiologists and plant soil scientists, as well as upper levelstudents in microbiology, ecology, and agriculture. (Bois Et Forets Des Tropiques, 1 October 2013)

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?Edited by a leader in the field, with contributions from authors around the world, Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere brings together the most up-to-date research in this expanding area, and will be a valuable resource for molecular microbiologists and plant soil scientists, as well as upper level students in microbiology, ecology, and agriculture.?  (Bois Et Forets Des Tropiques, 1 October 2013)  

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  • ISBN1118296176
  • Title Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere
  • Author Frans J. de Bruijn
  • Publisher John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Year 2013
  • ISBN-10 1118296176
  • ISBN-13 9781118296172
  • Format Hardcover
  • Imprint John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Subtitle Two Volume Set
  • Place of Publication New York
  • Country of Publication United States
  • DEWEY 577.57
  • Language English
  • Media Book
  • Pages 1328
  • Audience Professional and Scholarly
  • Publication Date 2013-05-03
  • Short Title MOLECULAR MICROBIAL ECOLOG-2PK
  • Illustrations Illustrations
  • Edition 1st
  • Dimensions220mm x 264mm x 66mm

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