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Title Molecular ecology of rhizosphere microorganisms : biotechnology and the release of GMOs / edited by F. O'Gara, D.N. Dowling, B. Boesten
Published Weinheim ; New York : VCH, [1994]
©1994
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 177 pages) : illustrations
Series Wiley SCELC e-books
Contents Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- List of Contributors -- 1 Current Challenges in Introducing Beneficial Microorganisms into the Rhizosphere -- 2 Studies on Indigenous Endophytic Bacteria of Sweet Corn and Cotton -- 3 Detection of Introduced Bacteria in the Rhizosphere Using Marker Genes and DNA Probes -- 4 Impact of GEMMOs on Rhizosphere Population Dynamics -- 5 Developing Concepts in Biological Control: A Molecular Ecology Approach -- 6 Biocontrol of Root Diseases by Pseudomonas fluorescens CHAO: Current Concepts and Experimental Approaches -- 7 Genetic Strategies to Engineer Expression Systems Responsive to Relevant Environmental Signals -- 8 Genetic Qping of Microorganisms: Current Concepts and Future Prospects -- 9 Development of Subtraction Hybridization Procedures for Generating Strain-Specific Rhizobium DNA Probes -- 10 Molecular Characterization and Detection of the Actinomycete Jkunkiu in the Environment -- 11 Molecular Ecology of Filamentous Actinomycetes in Soil -- 12 Some Considerations on Gene Transfer between Bacteria in Soil and Rhizophere -- 13 European Community Regulation for the Use and Release of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in the Environment -- Index
Summary This text aims to help in acurately assessing the potential impact or risks resulting from the utilization of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the rhizosphere. Contributors review methods and strategies applied to the detection, identification and monitoring of micro-organisms in the rhizosphere. Major topics treated include: construction of genetically marked rhizosphere bacteria; detection of marked GMOs; identification of GMOs by DNA probes and PCR amplification; rapid typing of non-modified and GMOs by PCR-based techniques; and risk assessment associated with gene transfer. In addition, technologies for modifying gene expression and gene products for specific traits of agronomic interest in genetically engineered rhizosphere bacteria are covered
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Microbial ecology -- Congresses.
Rhizosphere -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Cork (1993)
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Boesten, B. (Bert)
Dowling, D. N. (David N.)
O'Gara, F. (Fergal)
ISBN 3527615806 (electronic bk.)
9783527615803 (electronic bk.)