By M.A. Naimark
Booklet and to the writer NOORDHOFF who made attainable the looks of the second one variation and enabled the writer to introduce the above-mentioned modifi cations and additions. Moscow M. A. NAIMARK August 1963 FOREWORD TO the second one SOVIET variation during this moment variation the preliminary textual content has been labored yet again and stronger, definite parts were thoroughly rewritten; particularly, bankruptcy VIII has been rewritten in a extra available shape. The alterations and extensions made via the writer within the jap, German, first and moment (= first revised) American, and in addition within the Romanian (lithographed) versions, have been hereby taken under consideration. Appendices II and III, that are worthy for figuring out bankruptcy VIII, were incorporated for the benefit of the reader. The ebook discusses many new theoretical effects that have been constructing in tensively throughout the decade after the book of the 1st version. in fact, lim itations at the quantity of the booklet obliged the writer to make a tricky choice and in lots of instances to restrict himself to easily a formula of the hot effects or to stating the literature. the writer used to be additionally pressured to select of the quite huge number of new works in extending the literature record. Monographs and survey articles on detailed subject matters of the speculation that have been released in the past decade were integrated during this record and within the litera ture mentioned within the person chapters.
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Lycopersici and Verticillium albo-atrnm have been demonstrated to contain excessive quantities of ethylene. In hops, exogenous application of 2-chloroethylphosphonic acid (ethrel), which releases ethylene in the tissues, produced foliar chlorosis and stomatal dysfunction similar to that produced in plants infected with V. albo-atrnm. Leaf abscission in roses infected with Diplocarpon rosae (black spot)has been associated with raised levels of ethylene. Some workers suggest that ethylene could be implicated in resistance reactions through (1) induction of necrotic reactions by the liberation of peroxidase enzymes, which oxidise wall-bound glucose and amino acids; (2) the stimulated production of polyphenoloxidase, which oxidises phenolic compounds to produce antifungal quinones; (3) induction of phytoalexins, for example stimulation of phenylalanine ammonia lyase activity in pea tissue has been linked to the formation of pisatin.
The work on this aspect by Royle and Thomas (l911a,b) using hop and S. humuli has been referred to above. Other evidence comes from Diachun (1940), who found that infection of tobacco leaves by Bacterium tabacum was less when stomata were closed than when open, and Allington and Feaster (1946) showed that soybeans were infected most severely when inoculum of Xanthomonas phaseoli var. 00, the period when stomata were open. Differences in the rate at which stomata open could influence invasion. Early workers withPuccinia graminis (wheat stem rust) suggested that in resistant cultivars the stomata opened more slowly, thereby preventing entry of germ tubes stimulated to grow by the presence of dew on the leaf.
Studies of citrus susceptible and resistant to Pseudomonas citri (bacterial canker) showed that in susceptible species the stomatal entrance was widely distended while in resistant ones it was closed due to occlusion by cuticular ridges (Maclean, 1921). The opening and closing of stomata by diurnal rhythm will also influence invasion. The work on this aspect by Royle and Thomas (l911a,b) using hop and S. humuli has been referred to above. Other evidence comes from Diachun (1940), who found that infection of tobacco leaves by Bacterium tabacum was less when stomata were closed than when open, and Allington and Feaster (1946) showed that soybeans were infected most severely when inoculum of Xanthomonas phaseoli var.