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Cellular Communication in Plants

Proceedings
By: Richard M Amasino(Editor)
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Cellular Communication in Plants
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  • Cellular Communication in Plants ISBN: 9780306444159 Hardback Dec 1993 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Proceedings of a symposium held in Madison, Wisconsin, USA in 1992.

Contents

- Auxin Binding Proteins and Their Possible Role in Cell Development (A.M. Jones)
- The Role of Salicylic Acid as a Plant Signal Molecule (P. Silverman et al.)
- BlueLight Regulated Gene Expression (L.S. Kaufman et al.)
- Role of the Maize Viviparous1 Gene in Regulation of Seed Maturation (D.R. McCarty)
- Lovastatin Induces Cytokinin Dependence in Tobacco Cultures (D.N. Crowell, M.S. Salaz)
- Molecular Genetic Approaches to Elucidating the Role of Hormones in Plant Development (H. Klee, C. Romano)
- Reversible Inhibition of Tomato Fruit Ripening by Antisense ACC Synthase RNA (A. Theologis et al.)
- Genetic Reception of Signal Transduction Pathways that Regulate cab Gene Expression (J. Chory et al.)
- The Role of KN1 in Plant Development (S. Hake)
- Elicitation of Organized Pigmentation Patterns by a Chalcone Synthase Transgene (R.A. Jorgenson)
- Cell Communication and the Coordination of Differentiation (J.A. Verbeke)
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Proceedings
By: Richard M Amasino(Editor)
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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