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Modeling pathogen response to elevated temperatures during solarization
Year:
2012
Authors :
גמליאל, אברהם
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Co-Authors:

Eli Shlevin, Jaacov Katan

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From page:
153
To page:
161
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Total pages:
9
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Abstract:

Temperature is among the most important environmental factors influencing the growth and survival of organisms, including fungal and bacterial plant pathogens. When living organisms are exposed to increased temperatures, chemical and enzymatic reactions in the cell proceed at a more rapid rate, growth and metabolic functions increase, and organism growth speeds up. However, many of the cellular components may be irreversibly damaged when a particular temperature is exceeded inactivation reactions set in and, as the temperature continues to increase, a point is reached at which cell functions fall to zero. When analyzing the effect of heating on organisms, both temperature level and duration of heating, which are inversely related, must be considered. This chapter discusses the impact of heat on the survival of organisms, mainly pathogens, in the range above their maximum temperatures for development. It also elaborates on the modeling of survival under wet and dry heat conditions, as well as of solarization.

Note:

Chapter 17

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DOI :
https://doi.org/10.1094/9780890544198.021
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גוגל סקולר
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Language:
אנגלית
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Scientific Publication
Modeling pathogen response to elevated temperatures during solarization

Eli Shlevin, Jaacov Katan

Modeling pathogen response to elevated temperatures during solarization

Temperature is among the most important environmental factors influencing the growth and survival of organisms, including fungal and bacterial plant pathogens. When living organisms are exposed to increased temperatures, chemical and enzymatic reactions in the cell proceed at a more rapid rate, growth and metabolic functions increase, and organism growth speeds up. However, many of the cellular components may be irreversibly damaged when a particular temperature is exceeded inactivation reactions set in and, as the temperature continues to increase, a point is reached at which cell functions fall to zero. When analyzing the effect of heating on organisms, both temperature level and duration of heating, which are inversely related, must be considered. This chapter discusses the impact of heat on the survival of organisms, mainly pathogens, in the range above their maximum temperatures for development. It also elaborates on the modeling of survival under wet and dry heat conditions, as well as of solarization.

Chapter 17

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