2 edition of Regulation of developmental processes in plants found in the catalog.
Regulation of developmental processes in plants
International Conference on Regulation of Developmental Processes in Plants (1977 Halle)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Horst Robert Schütte and Dieter Gross.|
|Contributions||Schütte, H. R, Gross, Dieter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||408 p., 20 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||408|
Stomatal cell fate and patterning, which are regulated by key transcriptional factors and intercellular communications, are critical for plant growth and survival. The known regulators of stomatal development do not appear to have microRNAs (miRNAs) regulating them. Thus, it remains elusive as to whether and how miRNAs are involved in stomatal : Jiali Zhu, Ji-Hwan Park, Seulbee Lee, Jae Ho Lee, Daehee Hwang, June M. Kwak, Yun Ju Kim. Get this from a library! Senescence processes in plants. [Susheng Gan;] -- The scientific and economic significance of plant senescence means that much effort has been made to understand the processes involved and to devise means of manipulating them agriculturally. During.
Soybean is one of the major food and feed crops in the US and an important agricultural export. Our previous research has identified that specific components of heterotrimeric G-protein complex, a signaling complex present in all eukaryotic organisms, regulate nodulation in soybean. The objective of this proposal is to build up on this knowledge and establish the . Regulation of transcription represents a major, controlling step in plant gene expression, as it determines the tissue-specific and developmental stage-specific activity of many genes. Changes in gene expression have been shown to underlie the responses to environmental cues and stresses, the response against pathogens, the regulation of.
Differences in the Developmental Mechanisms of Plants and Animals 1. Post-embryonic vs embryonic development zygote--> embryo Animals- most of the organs are formed at this stage Plants- organs are formed after germination. 2. Cell commitment for differentiation Animal cell is irreversibly committed to a particular fate. Developmental biology is the science that investigates how a variety of interacting processes generate an organism’s heterogeneous shapes, size, and structural features that arise on the trajectory from embryo to adult, or more generally throughout a life cycle. It represents an exemplary area of contemporary experimental biology that focuses.
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This book is divided into three parts encompassing 10 chapters that summarize the role of cytoplasmic units and the nucleus in developmental processes and the regulatory mechanisms.
The opening part of the book describes the chemical changes during the development of plastids in leaves of higher plants. International Conference on Regulation of Developmental Processes in Plants ( Halle). Regulation of developmental processes in plants.
Halle, [East Germany]: Institut für Biochemie der Pflanzen,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Horst Robert Schütte; Dieter.
@bul:* Provides clear synthesis and review of hormonal and environmental regulation of plant growth and development * Contains more than illustrations supplementary information on techniques and/or related topics of interest * Single-authored text provides uniformity of presentation and integration of the subject matter * References listed.
They regulate reproductive development in all vascular plants, while their role in flowering plants has broadened to include also the regulation of growth and other developmental processes.
This timely book covers the substantial and impressive recent advances in our understanding of the gibberellins and their roles in plant development. I need an updated (published in the last 5 years) book clearly and extensively explaining the concepts underlying developmental processes (embryogenesis, flower, root.
Small RNAs (sRNA) are short non-coding RNA molecules that have fundamental gene regulatory functions in eukaryotes, including plants. In addition to. Often considered an 'aging' hormone due to its role in accelerating such developmental processes as ripening, senescence, and abscission, the plant hormone ethylene also regulates many aspects of growth and development throughout the life cycle of the plant.
Multiple mechanisms have been identified by which transcriptional output from the ethylene Cited by: The Ninth Edition of Developmental Biology mirrors this shift with a wholly revised text, over new literature citations, and substantial reorganization of content.
The introductory section has been streamlined from six chapters to three one each on developmental anatomy, the mechanisms of gene regulation during differentiation, and cell. Describes the basics of ROS metabolism in plants and examines the broad range of ROS signaling mechanisms.
New discoveries about the effects of reactive oxygen species (ROS) on plants have turned ROS from being considered a bane into a boon, because their roles have been discovered in many plant developmental processes as signaling molecules.
This is a text designed to make students become excited about how animals and plants develop their complex bodies from simple origins. The new edition makes it easier to customize one's developmental biology course to the needs and interests of today's students, integrating the printed book with electronic interviews, videos, and tutorials.
Plant hormones are known to play crucial roles in the regulation of developmental and growth processes (seed dormancy, seed germination, plant growth, flowering, fruit ripening, etc.) throughout the plant life cycle, but they also trigger adaptive responses induced by external stimuli such as biotic and/or abiotic stresses.
The early developmental regulation of these processes and factors by melatonin are crucial to the development of obesity and many diverse comorbidities. There is a growing awareness that pregnancy can set the foundations for an array of diverse medical conditions in the offspring, including obesity.
Understanding the mechanisms whereby plant development is regulated is crucial for crop improvement using genetic engineering. This work, comprising two volumes, reviews recent advances in plant developmental biology and explores the possibility of their practical applications from biotechnological perspectives.
The growth and development of plants is governed by proteins that act developmental phase-specific to control processes like cell division, differentiation, organ growth, and cell death. The regulation of protein levels relies on the one hand on de novo synthesis and on the other on the regulated breakdown of unwanted or damaged proteins Cited by: 1.
The capability of most higher plants to tolerate environmental conditions strongly depends on their developmental stage. In addition, environmental factors have pleiotropic effects on many developmental processes. The interaction between plant development and environmental conditions implies that some genes must be regulated by both environmental.
Plant development is an umbrella term for a broad spectrum of processes that include: the formation of a complete embryo from a zygote ; seed germination; the elaboration of a mature vegetative plant from the embryo; the formation of flowers, fruits, and seeds; and many of the plant's responses to its environment.
Plant development encompasses the growth and. Cytokinins are hormones that regulate cell division and development. As a result of a lack of specific mutants and biochemical tools, it has not been possible to study the consequences of cytokinin deficiency.
Cytokinin-deficient plants are expected to yield information about processes in which cytokinins are limiting and that, therefore, they might by: Developmental biology is the study of the process by which animals and plants grow and develop. Developmental biology also encompasses the biology of regeneration, asexual reproduction, metamorphosis, and the growth and differentiation of stem cells in the adult organism.
In the late 20th century, the discipline largely transformed into evolutionary developmental biology. Grun S, Lindermayr C, Sell S, Durner J () Nitric oxide and gene regulation in plants. J Exp Bot – PubMed Google Scholar Guo FQ, Okamoto M, Crawford NM () Identification of a plant nitric oxide synthase gene involved in hormonal : Lekshmy Sathee, Hari Singh Meena, Sandeep B.
Adavi, Shailendra K. Jha. Microtubule reorganization and auxin response. Auxin participates in various developmental processes. One major effect of auxin is cell expansion, which relies on the coordinated activities of cellular processes involving microtubules (Ruan and Wasteneys, ; Adamowski and Friml, ).When cells elongate, cortical microtubules are arranged perpendicularly to the axis of Cited by: 7.
Auxin plays an important role as an integrator of both developmental and environmental cues, and in the following sections we will provide an account of the current knowledge on the regulation of local auxin biosynthesis under changing environmental conditions and how it translates into a rearrangement of the root by: G proteins are universal molecular switches in eukaryotic signal transduction.
The Arabidopsis genome sequence reveals no RAS small GTPase and only one or a few heterotrimeric G proteins, two predominant classes of signaling G proteins found in animals. In contrast, Arabidopsis possesses a unique family of 11 Rop GTPases that belong to the Rho .Whilst subsequent analyses of individual compounds may be fairly detailed, particularly if the plants are grown in hydroponic culture (Kraffczyk et al., ), this approach provides only a snapshot of the outcome of many concurrent processes without providing an understanding of how those processes unfold in an individual plant and its Cited by: