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Seckbach, Joseph

Symbioses and Stress

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Table of contents

1. On the Origin of Symbiosis
Jan Sapp

2. Symbioses and Stress
Martin Grube, James F. White, Joseph Seckbach

3. Problems and Progress in Understanding the Origins of Mitochondria and Plastids
Bruce A. Curtis, John M. Archibald

4. The Origin of Eukarya as a Stress Response of Two-Membrane-Bounded Sexual Pre-karyote to an Aggressive Alphaproteobacterial Periplasmic Infection
Matej Vesteg, Juraj Krajčovič

5. Low CO2 Stress: Glaucocystophytes May Have Found a Unique Solution
Wolfgang Löffelhardt

6. Animal–Bacterial Endosymbioses of Gutless Tube-Dwelling Worms in Marine Sediments
Takeshi Naganuma

7. Multibiont Symbioses in the Coral Reef Ecosystem
Orit Barneah, Itzchak Brickner

8. Cnidarian–Dinoflagellate Symbiosis-Mediated Adaptation to Environmental Perturbations
Sophie Richier, CÉcile Sabourault, Christine Ferrier-Pagés, Pierre-Laurent Merle, Paola Furla, Denis Allemand

9. Oxidative Stress-Mediated Development of Symbiosis in Green Paramecia
Tomonori Kawano, Kanami Irie, Takashi Kadono

10. Coral Symbiosis Under Stress
Noga Stambler

11.
Azolla as a Superorganism. Its Implication in Symbiotic Studies
Francisco Carrapiço

12. Parasitism is a Strong Force Shaping the Fungus-Growing Ant–Microbe Symbiosis
Ainslie E. F. Little

13. Evolution and Consequences of Nutrition-Based Symbioses in Insects: More than Food Stress
Edouard Jurkevitch

14. Three in a Boat: Host-Plant, Insect Herbivore, and Fungal Entomopathogen
Shalom W. Applebaum, Dana Ichelczik, Richard A. Humber

15. Symbiotic Foraminifera and Stress
Alexander V. Altenbach, Christine Böhmer, Frank Gitter, Benjamin Läuchli, Hanne-Lore Wieczorek

16. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis Under Stress Conditions: Benefits and Costs
Hinanit Koltai, Yoram Kapulnik

17. Modulation of Aquaporin Genes by the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis in Relation to Osmotic Stress Tolerance
Juan Manuel Ruiz-Lozano, Ricardo Aroca

18. How Rhizobia Survive in the Absence of a Legume Host, a Stressful World Indeed
Ann M. Hirsch

19. Life on a Leaf: Bacterial Epiphytes of a Salt-Excreting Desert Tree
Shimshon Belkin, Noga Qvit-Raz

20. Physiological Responses to Stress in the Vibrionaceae
William Soto, C. Phoebe Lostroh, Michele K. Nishiguchi

21. The Stressed Life of Microbes in Plants
Maria Grilli Caiola, Antonella Canini

22. Symbiotic Plant–Microbe Interactions: Stress Protection, Plant Growth Promotion, and Biocontrol by Stenotrophomonas

Gabriele Berg, Dilfuza Egamberdieva, Ben Lugtenberg, Martin Hagemann

23. Adaptation and Survival of Plants in High Stress Habitats via Fungal Endophyte Conferred Stress Tolerance
Rusty J. Rodriguez, Claire Woodward, Regina S. Redman

24. Grass Endophyte-Mediated Plant Stress Tolerance: Alkaloids and Their Functions
Mónica S. Torres, James F. White

25. Endocytosis in Plant – Fungal Interactions
Maya Bar, Adi Avni

26. Die Hard: Lichens
Martin Grube

27. Stress and Developmental Strategies in Lichens
Elfie Stocker-Wörgötter

28. Green Algae and Fungi in Lichens:
Russell L. Chapman, Melanie R. Chapman

29. Green Biofilms on Tree Barks: More than Just Algae
Katharina Freystein, Werner Reisser

30. Space Flight Effects on Lichen Ultrastructure and Physiology
Asunción Los Ríos, Carmen Ascaso, Jacek Wierzchos, Leopoldo G. Sancho

31. Resistance of Symbiotic Eukaryotes
Jean-Pierre Paul Vera, Sieglinde Ott

32. Symbioses and Stress: Final comments
Martin Grube, Joseph Seckbach

Keywords: Life Sciences, Eukaryotic Microbiology, Microbiology, Evolutionary Biology, Freshwater & Marine Ecology

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology
Page amount
34 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789048194490

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