Provides surveys of the current state of ethylene biosynthesis and action, perception and signal transduction pathways, senescence, biotechnological control, and the involvement of ethylene in pathogenesis and stress.
'This book can be recommended for researchers and students interested in plant biology, biochemistry, genetics and molecular biology.' Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 20:3 (1998) 'All these matters are discussed in this well-presented volume. It is a mine of current information on the central role of ethylene in plant life. But the editors'Prologos says it all: 'this will be of major interest to all academic, industrial and agricultural researchers...' Annals of Botany 81:673-685 (1998)
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