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Academic & Professional Books  Botany  Plants & Botany: Biology & Ecology

The Plant Cell Cycle

Edited By: Dirk Inze
788 pages, Col plates, bw plates, illus, figs
The Plant Cell Cycle
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About this book

Outstanding contributors review, not only knowledge on the most important classes of cell cycle regulators, but also summarize the various processes in which cell cycle control plays a pivotal role.

Contents

Prelims. Preface; D. Inze. On the constancy of cell division rate in the root meristem; T.I. Baskin. Quantitative analysis of cell division rate in leaves: methods, developmental patterns and effects of environmental conditions; F. Tardieu, C. Granier. Developmental control of cell division patterns in the shoot apex; T. Vernoux, et al. Regulation of cell-dependent kinases in Arabidopsis Thaliana; H. Stals, et al. Multiple cyclin-dependent kinase complexes and phosphatases control G2/M progression in alfalfa cells; T. Meszaros, et al. CDK-related protein kinases in plants; J. Joubes, et al. The role and regulation of D-type cyclins in the plant cell cycle; M. Meijer, J.A.H. Murray. Retinoblastoma-related proteins in plants: homologues or orthologues of their metazoan counterparts? T. Durfee, et al. Regulation of histone gene expression during the cell cycle; T. Meshi, et al. Plant A-type cyclins; N. Chaubet-Gigot. Factors controlling cyclin B expression; M. Ito. Cell cycle regulation of the microtubular cytoskeleton; M. Vantard, et al. Stressing the role of MAP kinases in mitogenic stimulation; L. Bogre, et al. Genetic dissection of cytokenesis; P. Nacry, et al. Endoreduplication in higher plants; J. Joubes, C. Chevalier. Cell cycle activation by plant parasytic nematodes; A. Goverse, et al. Geminiviruses and the plant cell cycle; C. Gutierrez. Cell cycle regulation in the course of nodule organogenesis in Medicago; F. Foucher, E. Kondorosi. Index. Instruction for Authors. Volume contents.

Customer Reviews

Edited By: Dirk Inze
788 pages, Col plates, bw plates, illus, figs
Media reviews

'In conclusion, the "Plant Cell Cycle" gives a solid and exhaustive overview of the plant cell cycle and should also interest a large range of readers outside of the very specialised plant cell cycle field.' Plant Science, 160 (2001) 'Dirk Inze performed a Herculean task in assembling these papers and ensuring a very high level of scientific excellence throughout. It is undoubtedly a must for plant cell cycle research labs and should be acquired by libraries. It is perfect for graduate students setting off on plant cell cycle research, and if they talk nicely to close relatives it may find its way into their festive stocking providing it is a big one.' Annals of Botany Company, (2001)

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