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Signals and Signal Transduction Pathways in Plants

Series: Plant Molecular Biology (Special Reprints from) Volume: 26/5

Edited By: K Palme

452 pages, Figs

Kluwer Academic Publishers

Hardback | Dec 1995 | #43367 | ISBN: 0792333640
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Establishes a framework spanning the wide spectrum of perception, signal transduction, events and transport processes, including cell proliferation and cell cycle regulation, embryogenesis and flowering.

'The book is an excellent overview of the many kinds of singalling processes in plants. It is of high interest to established plant scientists and also to graduate students, and will stimulate new research to further reveal the remaining secrets in the signalling pathways of plants. The book can be recommended to all plant biologists and should be present in the book shelves of general libraries and plant biology institutions. Many plant physiologists will find it useful to possess a personal copy.' Journal of Plant Physiology, 147 (1995) '...this book is very worthwile reading in order to keep up with new developments in the field of plant physiology and to translate it to applicable knowledge in horticulture and agriculture.' Scientia Horticulturae, 68 (1997)


Transmembrane signalling in eukaryotes: a comparison between higher and lower eukaryotes; A.L. Drayer, P.J.M. van Haastert. Signal transduction in the sexual life of Chlamydomonas; L.M. Quarmby. Control of cell proliferation during plant development; P. Ferreira, A. Hemerly, M. van Montagu, D. Inze. Signal molecules involved in plant embryogenesis; D.L. Schmidt, A.J. de Jong, S.C. de Vries. Initial events in phytochrome signalling: still in the dark; T.D. Elich, J. Chory. Mechanical signalling, calcium and plant form; A. Trewavas. Plasmodesmata: composition, structure and trafficking; B.L. Epel. Genetic analyses of signalling in flower development using Arabidopsis; K. Okada, Y. Shimura. Oligosaccharins: structures and signal transduction; F. Cote, M. G. Hahn. Role of rhizobial lipo-chitin oligosaccharide signal molecules in root nodule organogenesis; H.P. Spaink, B.J.J. Lugtenberg. Fatty acid signalling in plants and their associated micro-organisms; E.E. Farmer. The salicylic acid signal in plants; D.F. Klessig, J. Malamy. Plant hormone conjugation; G. Sembdner, R. Atzhorn, G. Schneider. Cytokinin metabolism: implications for regulation of plant growth and development; B. Brzobohaty, I. Moore, K. Palme. Molecular genetics of auxin and cytokinin; L. Hobbie, C. Timpte, M. Estelle. Activation tagging: a means of isolating genes implicated as playing a role in plant growth and development; R. Walden, K. Fritze, H. Hayashi, E. Miklashevichs, H. Harling, J. Schell. Gibberellins: perception, transduction and responses; R. Hooley. Current advances in abscisic acid action and signalling; J. Giraudat, F. Parcy, N. Bertauche, F. Gosti, J. Leung, P.-C. Morris, M. Bouvier-Durand, N. Vartanian. Ethylene biosynthesis and action: a case of conservation; T.I. Zarembinski, A. Theologis. Structure and function of the receptor-like protein kinases of higher plants; J.C. Walker. GTP-binding proteins in plants: new members of an old family; H. Ma. Green circuits: the potential of plant specific ion channels; R. Hedrich, D. Becker. Transporters for nitrogenous compounds in plants; W.B. Frommer, M. Kwart, W.N. Fischer, S. Hummel, O. Ninnemann. Sugar transport across the plasma membranes of higher plants; N. Sauer, K. Baier, M. Gahrtz, R. Stadler, J. Stolz, E. Truernit.

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