Plant microbe symbiosis
Track 12: Plant microbe symbiosis:
Symbiosis is a close and often long-term interaction between two dissimilar biological species. In 1877 Albert Bernhard Frank used the word symbiosis to describe the mutualistic relationship in lichens
Symbiosis can result in a relationship in which both organisms advantage. Nitrogen fixation by legumes is a significance of microbes that fix nitrogen and plants that supply simple __carbons. Plants and fungi have established a cooperation in which the plant provides nutrients and 'the fungi provide alkaloids to deter predation and allow for greater drought tolerance. More genera, plants and herbivores have basically co-evolved such that the action of herbivores on plants can lead to greater diversity and dispersion of seed. Complex cellulose degradation of plant material by herbivores is talented by specialized bacteria in gastrointestinal compartments that are optimally maintained by each host animal for bacterial growth. Within the mammalian digestive region, commensal microorganisms can provide energy, amino acids, and vitamins for the host, and provide protection against parasitic microorganisms.
- Plant microbe communication for symbiosis
- Plant microbe interactions.
- Nitrogen fixation.
- Root nodules symbiosis
- Mycorrhizal symbiosis
- Plant receptor kinases
- Microorganisms for pathogens and pest bio control
- Fundaments and advances in plant microbe symbiosis
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- Helminthology of parasites.
- Medical entomology and fisheries biology.
- Medical parasitology and parasitic infections.
- Molecular biology of parasites and sexually transmitted infections
- Plant parasitic nematodes.
- Structural and marine parasitology.
- Bacterial STDs
- Fungal STD
- Agriculture and veterinary parasitology.
- Approaches to control parasitic diseases, STD and hiv
- Ecological and Systematic Parasitology
- Experimental Immunoparasitology
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
- Introduction to parasitology and Stds
- New strategy for STDs prevention and control
- parasite ecology and population genetics
- Parasitic diseases and plant pathogens
- Parasitic STD
- Plant microbe symbiosis
- Protozoan Parasites
- Protozoology of parasitology
- Sexually transmitted parasites.
- Sexually transmitted parasitic diseases
- Significance of parasitology
- Tropical Parasitology
- Tuberculosis &Malaria-Diagnosis, prevention
- Vaccines for Hepatitis A & Hepatitis B
- Vaccines; drugs development and control measures
- Vector-borne Diseases- rapid diagnosis of Ebola & zika virus
- Viral STDs
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