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By Horst Börner

Die Phytomedizin spielt im Hinblick auf die Sicherung der Welternährung eine immer wichtigere Rolle. Dieses Buch führt in kompakter Weise in die Phytomedizin ein: Welche Schäden an Pflanzen gibt es? was once kann die Phytomedizin dagegen tun? Wie funktioniert die Interaktion zwischen Pflanzen und Schadorganismen? Die 8., neu bearbeitete Auflage dieses Klassikers berücksichtigt die neuesten Erkenntnisse auf dem Gebiet der Phytomedizin.

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Klaus Schlüter und Privatdozent Dr. Jens Aumann mit Vorschlägen und Beiträgen sowie meine Frau bei den Korrekturarbeiten unterstützt. Ihnen gilt mein besonderer Dank. Mein Dank gilt auch dem Springer Verlag und Frau Stefanie Wolf für die reibungslose Zusammenarbeit, die maßgeblich zum Gelingen des Buches beigetragen hat. Die eight. Auflage enthält zahlreiche neue Abbildungen, die, wenn nicht anders vermerkt, von Herrn Schlüter zur Verfügung gestellt wurden. v vi Vorwort Das Buch ist als Grundriss für die Studierenden der Agrar- und Naturwissenschaften und alle an der Phytomedizin Interessierten gedacht, die sich einen schnellen Überblick über die wichtigsten Fakten verschaffen wollen. Kiel, März 2009 Horst Börner Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Einführung.................................................................................... 1 Literatur.......................................................................................... 10 Teil I Schadursachen an Pflanzen 2 Abiotische Schadursachen ........................................................... 2. 1 Temperatur ........................................................................... 2. 2 Strahlung .............................................................................. 2. three Boden ................................................................................... 2. four Verletzungen ........................................................................ 2. five Osmose................................................................................. 2. 6 Phytotoxizität ....................................................................... Literatur.......................................................................................... thirteen thirteen sixteen 17 20 20 21 22 three Viren .............................................................................................. 23 Literatur.......................................................................................... forty two four Phytoplasmen und Spiroplasmen................................................ forty three Literatur.......................................................................................... forty seven five Bakterien ....................................................................................... forty nine Literatur.......................................................................................... 60 6 Pilzähnliche Organismen und echte Pilze .................................. 6. 1 Protista (Pilzähnliche Organismen) ..................................... 6. 1. 1 Plasmodiophoromycota ......................................... 6. 1. 2 Oomycota .............................................................. sixty one sixty eight sixty eight seventy one vii viii Inhaltsverzeichnis 6. 2 Eumycota (Echte Pilze)........................................................ 6. 2. 1 Chytridiomycota .................................................... 6. 2. 2 Zygomycota ........................................................... 6. 2. three Ascomycota ........................................................... 6. 2. four Basidiomycota .......................................................

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