Biochemistry & Molecular Biology of Plants
Índice: PART 1 COMPARTMENTS. Membrane Structure and Membranous Organelles.The Cell Wall. Membrane Transport. Protein Sorting and Vesicle Traffic. The Cytoskeleton. PART 2 CELL REPRODUCTION. Nucleic Acids. Genome Organization and Expression. Amino Acids. Protein Synthesis, Assembly, and Degradation....
|Other Authors:||Buchanan, Bob B.,, Gruissem, Wilhelm,, Jones, Russell L.,|
Rockville (Maryland) : American Society of Plant Physiologists, 2000.
Resumen: Biochemistry Molecular Biology of Plants is a major contribution to the plant sciences literature, superbly edited by three distinguished scientists, Bob B. Buchanan, Wilhelm Gruissem, and Russell L. Jones, with contributions from more than 50 world-renowned scientists. With over 1,400 pages, 1,100 full-colour original drawings and 500 photographs this work qualifies, in the words of the Science reviewer, as: "an essential reference for practicing plant biologists and for the increasing number of scientists from other disciplines who are entering the field of plant biology. To exploit fully the wealth of new information provided by the genome projects and to integrate the metabolic, regulatory, and signal transduction pathways of complex organisms, biologists will require a solid command of biochemistry and physiology. For this reason, the publication of Biochemistry Molecular Biology of Plants could not have come at a more opportune and auspicious time."
Índice: PART 1 COMPARTMENTS. Membrane Structure and Membranous Organelles.The Cell Wall. Membrane Transport. Protein Sorting and Vesicle Traffic. The Cytoskeleton. PART 2 CELL REPRODUCTION. Nucleic Acids. Genome Organization and Expression. Amino Acids. Protein Synthesis, Assembly, and Degradation. Lipids. Cell Division Regulation. PART 3 ENERGY FLOW. Photosynthesis. Carbohydrate metabolism. Respiration and photorespiration. PART 4 METABOLIC AND DEVELOPMENT INTEGRATION. Long-Distance transport. Nitrogen and sulfur. Byosinthesis of hormones and elicitor molecules. Signal perception and transduction. Reproductive development. Senescence and programmed cell death. PART 5 PLANT ENVIRONMENT AND AGRICULTURE. Responses to plant pathogens. Responses to abiotic stresses. Molecular physiology of mineral nutrient, acquisition, transport and utilization. Natural product (Secondary metabolites).
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