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Molecular Genetics of Photosynthesis

Edited By: Bertil Andersson, A Hugh Salter and James Barber
252 pages, 2 col plates, figs, tabs
Publisher: IRL Press
Molecular Genetics of Photosynthesis
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  • Molecular Genetics of Photosynthesis ISBN: 9780199634477 Paperback Aug 1996 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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About this book

Advances in molecular biology technology have profoundly affected the work in this area and have opened up the possibility of manipulating the genes involved in photosynthesis. The field is expanding, and this book provides a compilation of authoritative reviews covering a variety of important issues.

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1. Photosynthesis research - aspects and perspectives; 2. Molecular evolution of plants: more genomes, less generalities; 3. Structure and replication of chloroplast DNA; 4. Light regulation of nuclear-encoded thylakoid proteins; 5. Transcriptional and post-transcriptional gene regulation ijn plastids; 6. Nuclear genes involved in chloroplast gene expression; 7. Import, sorting, and assembly of photosynthetic proteins in higher plant chloroplasts; 8. Transgenic plants with special emphasis on photosynthetic carbon metabolism; 9. Chloroplast transformation; 10. Cyanobacterial transformation and gene regulation; 11. Molecular genetics of purple bacteria

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Edited By: Bertil Andersson, A Hugh Salter and James Barber
252 pages, 2 col plates, figs, tabs
Publisher: IRL Press
Media reviews
This book is a welcome addition to the Frontiers in Molecular Biology Series....For those requiring a current and comprehensive review of the molecular genetics of photosynthesis, this volume provides an excellent resource.--Quarterly Review of Biology
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