Edited By: Robbert A Schilperoort and Leon Dure
199 pages, 1 col plate, figs, tabs
Reviews the present state of the art in genetic engineering, gene expression and its manipulation, microbe and insect interactions with plants, transposable elements and gene tagging, plant and organ development, the function and structure of the genome chloroplasts, and lipid biosynthesis.
' This volume deserves a wide circulations and should be available to all undergraduates in the plant sciences. ' Phytochemistry 33:2 1993
Transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression in plants, C. Kuhlemeier; agrobacterium and plant genetic engineering, P.J.J. Hooykaas and R.A. Schilperoot; plant-transposable elements and gene tagging, A. Gierl and H. Saedler; plant and organ development, R.F. Lyndon and D. Francis; molecular biology of fruit ripening and its manipulation with antisense genes, J. Gray et al; developmental aspects of the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis, H.J. Franssen et al; the molecular biology of disease resistance, N.T. Keen; the search for the proteinase inhibitor-inducing factor, PIIF, C.A. Ryan; molecular basis of disease susceptibility in the Texas cytoplasm of maize, C.S. Levings III and J.N. Siedow; the chloroplast genome, M.Sugiura; the biochemistry and molecular biology of plant lipid biosynthesis, A.R. Slabas and T. Fawcett.
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