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Cellular Integration of Signalling Pathways in Plant Development

Proceedings
Edited By: F Lo Schiavo, NV Raikhel, RL Last and G Morelli
321 pages, 68 figs
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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In the last few years there have been tremendous advances in the understanding of signals and signalling pathways that operate at the cellular level and lead to developmental processes. In 27 chapters, this volume investigates the cellular and molecular basis of plant development. It highlights the most recent progress on signals, machinery, and pathways in the plant cell. Emphasis is placed on integrating these studies with those on cell division, cell plate formation, and other aspects of plant development, in order to elucidate the intricate relationships between them.

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Part 1: Protein Sorting and Post-translation Modification; Part 2: Membrane Channels and Pumps; Part 3: Signal Transduction; Part 4: Transcriptional and Post-transcriptional Pathways; Part 5: Regulation and Manipulation of Biosynthetic Pathways; Part 6: Embryogenesis; Part 7: Post-embryonic Development; Part 8: Cell-Cell Communication.

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Proceedings
Edited By: F Lo Schiavo, NV Raikhel, RL Last and G Morelli
321 pages, 68 figs
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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