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ÓrgãoFIT Departamento de Fitopatologia
Código322504
DenominaçãoFisiopatologia Vegetal
NívelMestrado
Início da Vigência em2012/2
Pré-requisitosDisciplina sem pré-requisitos
EmentaInício da Vigência em 1980/1

Fisiologia e bioquímica de fitopatógenos em cultura: crescimento, nutrição e metabolismo. Fisiologia das relações planta-patógeno. Mecanismos de agressão patogênica a plantas. Alterações fisiológicas da hospedeira provocadas por fungos, bactérias, vírus e nematóides. Mecanismos de resistência a doenças. Resistência induzida. Especificidade da interação planta-patógeno. Aspectos da ultraestrutura da da planta doente.

ProgramaInício da Vigência em 1990/1

- Apresentação do curso: objetivos, literatura,cronograma. Ciclo das relações patógeno-hospedeiro: infecção e colonização.
- Mecanismos de agressão: o papel dasenzimas degradadoras da parede celular e polissacarídeos extracelulares
- Mecanismos de agressão: o papel das toxinas
- Mecanismos de agressão : os reguladores de crescimento/ metabolismo hormonal em plantas doentes
- Mecanismos de Defesa Estrutural:Barreiras morfológicas pré e pós-infeccionais . - Defesa bioquímica: metabolismo secundário e compostos pré-formados
- Defesa bioquímica: fitoalexinas e proteínas relacionadas à patogênese (PRP´s).
- Apresentação e discussão de artigosAvaliação
- Aspectos moleculares do reconhecimento patógeno-hospedeiro: elicitores / receptores / supressores
- Genes de resistência e avirulência Teoria Gene-a-Gene
- Transdução de sinais
- Reação de hipersensibilidade (RH)
- Resistência sistêmica adquirida (SAR)
- Apresentação e discussão de artigosAvaliação

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