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Dowd ; while an attempt is made to discuss the origins and evolution of these associations, more detailed speculation would have been welcomed about the origins and nature in some aphids, planthoppers and other hemipterans of diverse intracellular symbiotes apparently derived from clavicipitaceous entomopathogens.
The discovery of a wildly diverse panoply of still undescribed saccharomycetes from beetle guts by S. Suh and M.
Blackwell would probably have elicited enthusiasm and smiles from Roland Thaxter; little is yet known about their transmission among and impacts on the hosts, and about potential uses of these yeasts as sources of metabolites and synthetic or degradative pathways that might prove valuable in contexts wholly apart from their lives in insect intestines.
The managerially maddening fungi that cause bluestaining, spalting and other aesthetically awesome damage in trees and their associations with the bark beetles that disperse and feed upon them are reviewed in considerable detail by T. The volume is well but not extravagantly produced on relatively thin, uncoated acid-free paper.
This book should be highly useful as a reference and as an inspiration for many lines of future mycological and entomological research. It provides much information and rich food for thought whether or not its readers regard themselves to be specialists in any aspect of insect-fungal associations. For other topics now assuming greater importance, new chapters have been introduced as with cardiovascular disease, therapeutic drug monitoring, acute poisoning, inherited metabolic disease, multisystem disease, near patient testing and chemical pathology at the extremes of life.
As in the previous edition, chapters on the haemopoietic system and on the nervous system and muscles are included. The topics covered are up to date and incorporate new concepts such as DNA testing and cytokines.
Objectives are set for the student at the beginning of every chapter defining its content and the practical information available therein.
This is followed by discussion of the normal physiology and biochemistry and the extent to which these are altered by pathological processes. Every chapter is followed by two or three good references.
There is an extensive index and there are cross references within the text. An appendix contains reference ranges. The illustrations and tables have been increased in number and, in most chapters, adequately complement the text.
The authors do not hesitate to give their experience and critical evaluation of the use of tests.
The style is lucid and readable and there are few unnecessary words. The type is bold and legible. Ploetz of the University of Florida. The basic criterion for a fruit crop to be included was a yield in excess of half a million tonnes per year.
Unfortunately however, this would have excluded a few that are high in value but light in weight and also some lesser crops like lychee, guava and rambutan that are extremely important for the economies of small areas. The approach is sound and up to date, Pythium and Phytophthora are no longer fungi and virus names are italicised. The approach is formulaic but that is certainly no bad thing as the information about each crop and problem is set out clearly and predictably under the headings of symptoms, causal agent, epidemiology, management and so forth.
There are useful Appendices listing organisms and authorities and a comprehensive Index.
This book is assuredly the former and equally assuredly not the latter. The opening sentence, which happens to be the dedication, sets the tone: Diseases of Tropical Fruit Crops is a valuable and greatly needed reference compendium, but sadly a lost opportunity to produce something that is also a delight to browse.
Diseases of Tropical Fruit Crops. Edited by R. ISBN 0 7. Clearly this is much more true in some P.