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Plant Cell Division

Edited By: D Francis, D Dudits and D Inzé
347 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs
Publisher: Portland Press
Plant Cell Division
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  • Plant Cell Division ISBN: 9781855780897 Hardback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Provides an overview of a wide range of molecular, cellular and developmental aspects of the plant cell cycle. Includes: Plant cyclin-dependent protein kinases and the plant cyclins; Cell-cycle dependent gene expression in plants; Cell-cycle control in relation to developmental control; DNA replication and histone biochemistry; and structural aspects of mitosis and developmental cycle mutants.


Part 1 Plant cell division cycle genes: cell cycle control genes in "Arabidopsis thaliana", D. Inze and M. von Maontagu; cdc2 homologues in maize, V. Sudaresan; meristem-specific cdc2 expression, J. Doonan; plant MAP kinases, T. Jacobs and C. Roush; plant cyclin genes, D. Dudits; plant cyclins and cell cycle-dependent gene expression, M. Ito. Part 2 Function of regulatory protein complexes during the cell cycle and the consequences of their activity for plant development: plant cyclins as regulatory proteins, J.-P. Renaudin et al; cyclin-dependent protein kinases from alfalfa during the cell cycle and plant development, H. Hirt; cyclin-dependent protein kinase complexes in plants, L. Bako; protein kinases and plant reproductive organ development, M. Kreis et al; plant homologue to fission yeast cdc25, P. Sabelli et al; the effects of fission yeast cdc25 on the plant cell cycle and organ development, D. Francis; activation of the cell division cycle by "rhizobium" and nod signalling molecules, E. Kondorosi; the cell division cycle in protoplast-derived cells, C. Bergounioux. Part 3 Regulatory elements in cell-cycle dependent gene expression: histone gene expression, C. Gigot; transcriptional control of histone genes, I. Iwabuchi; ubiquitin gene expression, P. Genschik and J. Fleck. Part 4 Structural changes during cell division: the plant cytoskeleton, C. Lloyd; the centrosomal cycle, A. Lambert; cell division mutants, J. Trass. Part 5 Summing up review: future strategies in cell cycle research, T. Hunt.

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Edited By: D Francis, D Dudits and D Inzé
347 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs
Publisher: Portland Press
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