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The Resource A Genetic Approach to Plant Biochemistry, edited by Anne D. Blonstein, Patrick J. King

A Genetic Approach to Plant Biochemistry, edited by Anne D. Blonstein, Patrick J. King

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A Genetic Approach to Plant Biochemistry
Title
A Genetic Approach to Plant Biochemistry
Statement of responsibility
edited by Anne D. Blonstein, Patrick J. King
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Blonstein, Anne D
Dewey number
571.6
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illustrations
Index
no index present
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non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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King, Patrick J
Series statement
Plant Gene Research, Basic Knowledge and Application, 0175-2073
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  • Life sciences
  • Agriculture
  • Biochemistry
  • Cytology
  • Forests and forestry
  • Botany
Label
A Genetic Approach to Plant Biochemistry, edited by Anne D. Blonstein, Patrick J. King
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Publication
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Contents
1 Gibberellin Mutants -- I. Introduction -- II. Selection and Identification of Mutants -- III. GA Synthesis -- IV. Internode Length -- V. Seed Dormancy -- VI. Flowering and Senescence -- VII. Site of Action of GA Mutants -- VIII. Conclusions -- IX. References -- 2 Genetic Aspects of Abscisic Acid -- I. Introduction -- II. ABA-Deficient Mutants -- III. Mutants Affecting ABA Sensitivity -- IV. Genetic Differences in ABA Accumulation -- V. Conclusions -- VI. References -- 3 Mutants as Tools for the Elucidation of Photosynthetic Processes -- I. Introduction -- II. Two Genomes Code for the Structural and Regulatory Elements of the Photosynthetic Apparatus -- III. Identification of Thylakoid Membrane Proteins and Their Functions -- IV. From Phenotype to Gene Structure -- V. Conclusions -- VI. References -- 4 Maize Alcohol Dehydrogenase: A Molecular Perspective -- I. Introduction -- II. Genetics and Expression of ADH Enzymes in Maize -- III. Isolation of Adh Genes -- IV. Structure of Plant Adh Genes -- V. Three-Dimensional Structure of ADH Enzymes -- VI. Genetic Change Around and Within Adh Genes of Maize -- VII. Approaches to the Mechanism of Adh Gene Regulation -- VIII. In Vivo Expression of Adh -- IX. Conclusions -- X. References -- 5 The Molecular Genetics of Higher Plant Nitrate Assimilation -- I. Introduction -- II. The Nitrate Assimilation Pathway -- III. Genetics of Nitrate Assimilation -- IV. Applied Aspects -- V. References -- 6 Plant Genetic Approaches to Symbiotic Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation in Legumes -- I. Introduction -- II. A General Description of Legume Nodule Ontogeny -- III. The Parasponia-Bradyrhizobium Symbiosis -- IV. Biochemical and Molecular Analysis of Plant Functions -- V. Gene-for-Gene Aspects of Nodulation -- VI. Existing Plant Variation in Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation -- VII Existing Single Locus Variation for Nodulation-Nitrogen Fixation -- VIII. Induced Mutation in Symbiotic Characters -- IX. Conclusions -- X. References -- 7 Endosperm Proteins -- I. Introduction -- II. Origin and Development of the Endosperm -- III. Classification of the Major Endosperm Proteins -- IV. Biochemical Complexity and Genetic Variation of Endosperm Proteins -- V. Gene Mutations -- VI. Chromosome Mutations -- VII. Conclusions -- VIII. References -- 8 Molecular Approaches to Plant and Pathogen Genes -- I. Introduction -- II. A Molecular Approach to Gene-for-Gene Resistance -- III. The Role of Toxins in Plant Disease -- IV. Conclusions -- V. References -- 9 Gametophytic Gene Expression -- I. Introduction -- II. Overlap Between Sporophytic and Gametophytic Genotypes -- III. Gametophytic Gene Expression and the Angiosperms -- IV. The Influence of Haploid Genotype on Pollen Size -- V. Time of Gene Expression in Pollen -- VI. Methods of Haploid Selection -- VII. Gametophytic Gene Expression and the Style -- VIII. Gene Expression in the Megagametophyte -- IX. Conclusions -- X. References -- 10 Auxotroph Isolation In Vitro -- I. Introduction -- II. Mutagenesis -- III. Methods of Selection -- IV. Phenotypes -- V. Fusion and Transformation -- VI. Conclusions and Future Prospects -- VII. References
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ocn840302823
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Extent
1 online resource (30 illustrations)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783709169896
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SpringerLink
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)840302823
Label
A Genetic Approach to Plant Biochemistry, edited by Anne D. Blonstein, Patrick J. King
Publication
Color
not applicable
Contents
1 Gibberellin Mutants -- I. Introduction -- II. Selection and Identification of Mutants -- III. GA Synthesis -- IV. Internode Length -- V. Seed Dormancy -- VI. Flowering and Senescence -- VII. Site of Action of GA Mutants -- VIII. Conclusions -- IX. References -- 2 Genetic Aspects of Abscisic Acid -- I. Introduction -- II. ABA-Deficient Mutants -- III. Mutants Affecting ABA Sensitivity -- IV. Genetic Differences in ABA Accumulation -- V. Conclusions -- VI. References -- 3 Mutants as Tools for the Elucidation of Photosynthetic Processes -- I. Introduction -- II. Two Genomes Code for the Structural and Regulatory Elements of the Photosynthetic Apparatus -- III. Identification of Thylakoid Membrane Proteins and Their Functions -- IV. From Phenotype to Gene Structure -- V. Conclusions -- VI. References -- 4 Maize Alcohol Dehydrogenase: A Molecular Perspective -- I. Introduction -- II. Genetics and Expression of ADH Enzymes in Maize -- III. Isolation of Adh Genes -- IV. Structure of Plant Adh Genes -- V. Three-Dimensional Structure of ADH Enzymes -- VI. Genetic Change Around and Within Adh Genes of Maize -- VII. Approaches to the Mechanism of Adh Gene Regulation -- VIII. In Vivo Expression of Adh -- IX. Conclusions -- X. References -- 5 The Molecular Genetics of Higher Plant Nitrate Assimilation -- I. Introduction -- II. The Nitrate Assimilation Pathway -- III. Genetics of Nitrate Assimilation -- IV. Applied Aspects -- V. References -- 6 Plant Genetic Approaches to Symbiotic Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation in Legumes -- I. Introduction -- II. A General Description of Legume Nodule Ontogeny -- III. The Parasponia-Bradyrhizobium Symbiosis -- IV. Biochemical and Molecular Analysis of Plant Functions -- V. Gene-for-Gene Aspects of Nodulation -- VI. Existing Plant Variation in Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation -- VII Existing Single Locus Variation for Nodulation-Nitrogen Fixation -- VIII. Induced Mutation in Symbiotic Characters -- IX. Conclusions -- X. References -- 7 Endosperm Proteins -- I. Introduction -- II. Origin and Development of the Endosperm -- III. Classification of the Major Endosperm Proteins -- IV. Biochemical Complexity and Genetic Variation of Endosperm Proteins -- V. Gene Mutations -- VI. Chromosome Mutations -- VII. Conclusions -- VIII. References -- 8 Molecular Approaches to Plant and Pathogen Genes -- I. Introduction -- II. A Molecular Approach to Gene-for-Gene Resistance -- III. The Role of Toxins in Plant Disease -- IV. Conclusions -- V. References -- 9 Gametophytic Gene Expression -- I. Introduction -- II. Overlap Between Sporophytic and Gametophytic Genotypes -- III. Gametophytic Gene Expression and the Angiosperms -- IV. The Influence of Haploid Genotype on Pollen Size -- V. Time of Gene Expression in Pollen -- VI. Methods of Haploid Selection -- VII. Gametophytic Gene Expression and the Style -- VIII. Gene Expression in the Megagametophyte -- IX. Conclusions -- X. References -- 10 Auxotroph Isolation In Vitro -- I. Introduction -- II. Mutagenesis -- III. Methods of Selection -- IV. Phenotypes -- V. Fusion and Transformation -- VI. Conclusions and Future Prospects -- VII. References
Control code
ocn840302823
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (30 illustrations)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783709169896
Note
SpringerLink
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)840302823

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