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Organization, Dynamics and Modification of Chromatin in Plants

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By: A Houben(Editor), T Naranjo(Editor), MJ Puertas(Editor)
220 pages, 67 colour & 21 b/w illustrations, 14 tables
Publisher: S Karger
Organization, Dynamics and Modification of Chromatin in Plants
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Please note, this is a reprint of Cytogenetic and Genome Research 2014, Vol. 143, No. 1-3.

This special topic issue is divided into two sections, and each of them presents its own set of reviews and research articles. 'Organization and dynamics of plant chromatin' is the title of the first section which explores an ample variety of subjects. The topics covered include the structure and function of meiotic chromosomes, open chromatin, nuclear architecture and chromatin dynamics and proteomic analysis of plant cell nuclei.

'Epigenetic modification of plant chromatin' is the title of the second section. This provides a broad array of studies on various plant species and epigenetic modification of plant chromatin. This novel approach represents one of the most interesting developments in research in the field of modern cytogenetics. Organization, Dynamics and Modification of Chromatin in Plants is of particular interest to researchers and teachers in genetics and cytology.

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5     Preface \ Houben A. · Naranjo T. · Puertas M.J.

Organization and Dynamics of Plant Chromatin
6     Meiotic Chromosome Structure and Function in Plants \ Mainiero S. · Pawlowski W.P.
18   Open Chromatin in Plant Genomes \ Zhang W. · Zhang T. · Wu Y. · Jiang J.
28   Nuclear Architecture and Chromatin Dynamics in Interphase Nuclei of Arabidopsis thaliana \ Del Prete S. · Arpón J. · Sakai K. · Andrey P. · Gaudin V.
51   Drugs for Plant Chromosome and Chromatin Research \ Pecinka A. · Liu C.-H.
60   Dynamics of Rye Telomeres in a Wheat Background during Early Meiosis \ Naranjo T.
69   RNA Polymerase II Forms Transcription Networks in Rye and Arabidopsis Nuclei and Its Amount Increases with Endopolyploidy \ Schubert V.
78   Proteomic Analysis of Barley Cell Nuclei Purified by Flow Sorting \ Petrovská B. · Jeřábková H. · Chamrád I. · Vrána J. · Lenobel R. · Uřinovská J. · Šebela M. · Doležel J.
87   Identification of a Novel Retrotransposon with Sex Chromosome-Specific Distribution in Silene latifolia \ Kralova T. · Cegan R. · Kubat Z. · Vrana J. · Vyskot B. · Vogel I. · Kejnovsky E. · Hobza R.
96   The X Chromosome Is Necessary for Somatic Development in the Dioecious Silene latifolia: Cytogenetic and Molecular Evidence and Sequencing of a Haploid Genome \ Soukupova M. · Nevrtalova E. · Čížková J. · Vogel I. · Cegan R. · Hobza R. · Vyskot B.
104  High Penetrance of a Pan-Canina Type rDNA Family in Intersection Rosa Hybrids Suggests Strong Selection of Bivalent Chromosomes in the Section Caninae \ Crhak Khaitova L. · Werlemark G. · Kovarikova A. · Nybom H. · Kovarik A.

Epigenetic Modification of Plant Chromatin
114  Histone H3 Dynamics in Plant Cell Cycle and Development \ Otero S. · Desvoyes B. · Gutierrez C.
125  Epigenetic Regulation of Telomere Maintenance \ Fojtová M. · Fajkus J.
136  Different Patterns of Chromosomal Histone H3 Phosphorylation in Land Plants \ Marcon-Tavares A.B. · Felinto F. · Feitoza L. · Barros e Silva A.E. · Guerra M.
144  Histone Phosphorylation: Its Role during Cell Cycle and Centromere Identity in Plants \ Zhang B. · Dong Q. · Su H. · Birchler J.A. · Han F.
150  Anti-Phosphorylated Histone H2AThr120: A Universal Microscopic Marker for Centromeric Chromatin of Mono- and Holocentric Plant Species \ Demidov D. · Schubert V. · Kumke K. · Weiss O. · Karimi-Ashtiyani R. · Buttlar J. · Heckmann S. · Wanner G. · Dong Q. · Han F. · Houben A.
157  Cytosine Methylation of an Ancient Satellite Family in the Wild Beet Beta procumbens \ Schmidt M. · Hense S. · Minoche A.E. · Dohm J.C. · Himmelbauer H. · Schmidt T. · Zakrzewski F.
168  Epigenetic Analyses and the Distribution of Repetitive DNA and Resistance Genes Reveal the Complexity of Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L., Fabaceae) Heterochromatin \ Fonsêca A. · Richard M.M.S. · Geffroy V. · Pedrosa-Harand A.
179  Comparison of Chromatin Epigenetic Modification Patterns among Root Meristem, Elongation and Maturation Zones in Maize (Zea mays L.) \ Yan S. · Zhang Q. · Li Y. · Huang Y. · Zhao L. · Tan J. · He S. · Li L.
189  Rye B Chromosomes Influence the Dynamics of Histone H3 Methylation during Microgametogenesis \ González-Sánchez M. · Heredia V. · Diez M. · Puertas M.J.
200  Changes in DNA Methylation Levels and Nuclear Distribution Patterns after Microspore Reprogramming to Embryogenesis in Barley \ El-Tantawy A.-A. · Solís M.-T. · Risueño M.C. · Testillano P.S.
209  Changes in Histone Methylation and Acetylation during Microspore Reprogramming to Embryogenesis Occur Concomitantly with BnHKMT and BnHAT Expression and Are Associated with Cell Totipotency, Proliferation, and Differentiation in Brassica napus \ Rodríguez-Sanz H. · Moreno-Romero J. · Solís M.-T. · Köhler C. · Risueño M.C. · Testillano P.S.

219   Author Index Vol. 143, No. 1-3, 2014

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Journal / Magazine
By: A Houben(Editor), T Naranjo(Editor), MJ Puertas(Editor)
220 pages, 67 colour & 21 b/w illustrations, 14 tables
Publisher: S Karger
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