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Molecular Biology of Rice

Edited By: K Shimamoto
304 pages, 48 figs
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Molecular Biology of Rice
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Genome analysis and gene isolation: Current status of genome analysis in rice, Takuji Sasaki (RGP, Tsukuba); Genome analysis and rice breeding, David J. Mackill (University of California); Retrotransposons and gene isolation, Hirohiko Hirochika (NIAR, Tsukuba); Ac/Ds as tools for rice molecular biology, Ko Shimamoto (Nara Inst. Sci. Tech); Development: Morphogenetic mutants of rice, Yasuro Nagato (Univ. Tokyo); Flower development, Junko Kyozuka (Nara Inst. Sci. Tech); Homeo-box genes, Makoto Matsuoka ( Nagoya Univ.); Regulation of gene expression: Regulation of gene expression by ABA, Tsukaho Hattori (Mie Univ.); Regulation of alpha-amylase gene expression, Yu Su-May (Acad. Sinica, Taiwan); Storage protein gene expression, Fumio Takaiwa (NIAR, Tsukuba); Molecular biology of rice-pathogen interaction, Guo-Liang Wang (The National Univ. Singapore); Transformation and rice improvement: Agrobacterium-mediated transformation, Toshihiko Komari (Japan Tobacco Inc.); Genetic engineering of virus resistance, Peter Waterhouse (CSIRO, Australia); Rice improvement by transformation, Ingo Potrykus (Inst. Plant Sci., ETH).

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Edited By: K Shimamoto
304 pages, 48 figs
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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