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Arabidopsis

Series: Annual Plant Reviews Volume: 1
Edited By: Mary Anderson and Jeremy A Roberts
407 pages, Illus
Arabidopsis
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This, the first volume in a new series for researchers and professionals in the plant sciences, focuses on Arabidopsis, one of the most important model systems for studying gene regulation and development in flowering plants at the molecular level.

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The Arabidopsis thaliana genome: towards a complete physical map; Unravelling the genome by genome sequencing and gene function analysis; Biochemical genetic analysis of metabolic pathways; Hormone regulated development; The secretory system and machinery for protein targeting; Sexual reproduction: from sexual differentiation to fertilisation; Embryogenesis; Patterns in vegetative development; Genetic control of floral induction and floral patterning; Light regulation and biological clocks; Programmed cell death in plants; References; Index.

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Series: Annual Plant Reviews Volume: 1
Edited By: Mary Anderson and Jeremy A Roberts
407 pages, Illus
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