Iron, Siderophores, and Plant Diseases by B. R. Byers (auth.), T. R. Swinburne (eds.)

By B. R. Byers (auth.), T. R. Swinburne (eds.)

The significance of festival for iron within the interactions among saprophytic microorganisms, pathogens and crops has been known for nearly a decade. This has been mirrored i.n an upsurge of guides at the subject over the past 5 years. ironically, the topic was once in basic terms touched upon throughout the overseas Congress of Plant Pathology held in 1983. in accordance with this obvious omission, some of these such a lot heavily linked to the subject met one night in which they resolved to organise a symposium dedicated completely to many of the features of iron uptake and its relation to plant ailment. It was once my privilege to be requested to adopt the duty of convenor. &arly correspondence introduced a wealth of confident replies to the thought, really from Bob Schippers in Baarn. With the expanding expenses of overseas symposia the necessity for a sponsor quickly grew to become obvious and an program to NATO used to be favourabiy bought, following priceless suggestion from Dr. di Lullo, complex study Workshop Programme Director, to whom all of the members during this Workshop owe a debt of gratitude.

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1968. Detection of iron-EDDHA in plant tissue. Agron. , 60:613-616. , 1971. Kinetics of iron absorption by excised rice roots. Planta, 96:262-270. , 1980. Induction of transfer cell formation by iron deficiency in the root system of Helianthus annuus L. Planta, 147:335-339. , 1984. Regulation of iron stress response by whole plant activity. I. , 7:609-621. , 1973. Bacterial assimilation of iron. Crit. Rev. Microbiol. 2:273-331. , 1984. How microorganisms transport iron. Science, 225:401-402. , 1982.

76:71-76. , 1975. Evidence for the occurrence of specific iron(III)-binding compounds in near-shore marine ecosystems. Appl. , 30:186-188. , 1984. Chemical identification of iron reductants exuded by plant roots. I. , 7:667-676. , 1961. Uptake and translocation in plants of labeled iron and labeled chelating agents. , 92:268-273. , 1968. Detection of iron-EDDHA in plant tissue. Agron. , 60:613-616. , 1971. Kinetics of iron absorption by excised rice roots. Planta, 96:262-270. , 1980. Induction of transfer cell formation by iron deficiency in the root system of Helianthus annuus L.

1980). Transfer cells are characterized by labyrinth-like involutions of the plasma membrane, with concomitant enhanced deposition of cell wall material. The resulting increased plasma membrane surface is thought to be the site of the proton pumping ATPases. The advantage to the plant of a more acid environment for the roots is evident; the ferric ion and its hydroxylated complexes become more soluble (Lindsay and Schwab, 1982). Another effect of acidification is that the roots tend to become leaky, so that compounds of low molecular weight are excreted at increased rates (RBmheld and Marschner, 1983).

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