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The Resource Plant aquaporins : from transport to signaling, François Chaumont, Stephen D. Tyerman, editor

Plant aquaporins : from transport to signaling, François Chaumont, Stephen D. Tyerman, editor

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Plant aquaporins : from transport to signaling
Title
Plant aquaporins
Title remainder
from transport to signaling
Statement of responsibility
François Chaumont, Stephen D. Tyerman, editor
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Subject
Language
eng
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  • 572/.6962
  • 570
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • Chaumont, François,
  • Tyerman, Stephen D.,
Series statement
Signaling and communication in plants,
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  • Aquaporins
  • Plant physiology
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Plant aquaporins : from transport to signaling, François Chaumont, Stephen D. Tyerman, editor
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Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Structural Basis of the Permeation Function of Plant Aquaporins; 1 Summary; 2 Aquaporins in Living Systems Including Plants; 2.1 Aquaporins Occur in All Kingdoms of Life; 2.2 Plant Aquaporin Sequences and Their Genome-Wide Identification; 2.3 Classification of Aquaporins; 3 Three-Dimensional Structures of Aquaporins; 3.1 Structural Information on Aquaporins Is Available from All Kingdoms of Life; 3.2 An Overall Architecture of Protomers; 3.3 A Circular Bundle and a Solute-Conducting Pore; 3.4 Cytoplasmic and Periplasmic Conical Vestibules
  • 3.5 Aquaporins Exist as Functional Tetramers4 A Structural Basis of Transport by Aquaporins; 4.1 Approaches to Measure Solute Transport Selectivity and Kinetic Parameters; 4.2 Solute Selectivity of Aquaporins; 4.3 Rates of Solute Transport and Mechanisms; 4.4 Dimensional Filtering and the Roles of Constrictions in Permeation of Solutes of Various Volumes; 4.5 Chemical Filtering of Solutes, Barriers for Ion or Proton Conductance Through the Pores of Monomers and Significance of NPA Signatures; 4.6 Ion Conductance Through a Central Pore of Tetramers
  • 4.7 Mutational Studies to Alter Transport Selectivity and Rates5 Gating Mechanisms of Aquaporins Induced by pH, Cation Binding and Phosphorylation or Lengths of Loops and Mutational Studies; 6 The Structural Knowledge of Aquaporins Has Strategic Significance in Agricultural Biotechnology, Nano-­biotechnology and Environmental Sciences; References; Heteromerization of Plant Aquaporins; 1 Aquaporin Hetero-oligomerization; 2 Plant Plasma Membrane Intrinsic Proteins (PIP): The Paradigmatic Case for Hetero-oligomerization of Aquaporins
  • 3 Structure-Function Relationships in PIP Hetero-oligomerization3.1 Loop A; 3.2 Loop E; 3.3 Transmembrane Domains; 4 Co-expression of PIP: A Condition for Oligomerization; 5 Biological Relevance of PIP Hetero-oligomerization; 5.1 Trafficking; 5.2 Biological Activity and Substrate Specificity; 5.3 Proton-Sensing Regulation; 6 Concluding Remarks; References; Plant Aquaporin Trafficking; 1 Introduction; 1.1 PM Trafficking of PIPs; 1.1.1 ER-to-Golgi Trafficking of PIPs Dependent on Trafficking Signals and Heteromerization; 1.1.2 ER-to-Golgi Trafficking of Arabidopsis PIP2
  • 1 Dependent on Phosphorylation1.1.3 Downregulation of Arabidopsis PIP2s in Early Secretary Pathway; 1.1.4 PM Trafficking of PIPs Dependent on SNAREs and a Rab GTPase; 1.2 Dynamic Properties of PIPs; 1.2.1 Approaches Developed to Study the Lateral Diffusion of PIPs; 1.2.2 Approaches Developed to Study the Constitutive Cycling; 1.2.3 Stress-Induced Change of PIP Dynamics and Localization; 1.3 Polar Localization of Aquaporins in Plant Cells; 1.3.1 Polar Localization of Mammalian Aquaporins; 1.3.2 Polar Localization of Plant Aquaporins; 1.4 Trafficking of TIPs
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9783319493954
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Label
Plant aquaporins : from transport to signaling, François Chaumont, Stephen D. Tyerman, editor
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Structural Basis of the Permeation Function of Plant Aquaporins; 1 Summary; 2 Aquaporins in Living Systems Including Plants; 2.1 Aquaporins Occur in All Kingdoms of Life; 2.2 Plant Aquaporin Sequences and Their Genome-Wide Identification; 2.3 Classification of Aquaporins; 3 Three-Dimensional Structures of Aquaporins; 3.1 Structural Information on Aquaporins Is Available from All Kingdoms of Life; 3.2 An Overall Architecture of Protomers; 3.3 A Circular Bundle and a Solute-Conducting Pore; 3.4 Cytoplasmic and Periplasmic Conical Vestibules
  • 3.5 Aquaporins Exist as Functional Tetramers4 A Structural Basis of Transport by Aquaporins; 4.1 Approaches to Measure Solute Transport Selectivity and Kinetic Parameters; 4.2 Solute Selectivity of Aquaporins; 4.3 Rates of Solute Transport and Mechanisms; 4.4 Dimensional Filtering and the Roles of Constrictions in Permeation of Solutes of Various Volumes; 4.5 Chemical Filtering of Solutes, Barriers for Ion or Proton Conductance Through the Pores of Monomers and Significance of NPA Signatures; 4.6 Ion Conductance Through a Central Pore of Tetramers
  • 4.7 Mutational Studies to Alter Transport Selectivity and Rates5 Gating Mechanisms of Aquaporins Induced by pH, Cation Binding and Phosphorylation or Lengths of Loops and Mutational Studies; 6 The Structural Knowledge of Aquaporins Has Strategic Significance in Agricultural Biotechnology, Nano-­biotechnology and Environmental Sciences; References; Heteromerization of Plant Aquaporins; 1 Aquaporin Hetero-oligomerization; 2 Plant Plasma Membrane Intrinsic Proteins (PIP): The Paradigmatic Case for Hetero-oligomerization of Aquaporins
  • 3 Structure-Function Relationships in PIP Hetero-oligomerization3.1 Loop A; 3.2 Loop E; 3.3 Transmembrane Domains; 4 Co-expression of PIP: A Condition for Oligomerization; 5 Biological Relevance of PIP Hetero-oligomerization; 5.1 Trafficking; 5.2 Biological Activity and Substrate Specificity; 5.3 Proton-Sensing Regulation; 6 Concluding Remarks; References; Plant Aquaporin Trafficking; 1 Introduction; 1.1 PM Trafficking of PIPs; 1.1.1 ER-to-Golgi Trafficking of PIPs Dependent on Trafficking Signals and Heteromerization; 1.1.2 ER-to-Golgi Trafficking of Arabidopsis PIP2
  • 1 Dependent on Phosphorylation1.1.3 Downregulation of Arabidopsis PIP2s in Early Secretary Pathway; 1.1.4 PM Trafficking of PIPs Dependent on SNAREs and a Rab GTPase; 1.2 Dynamic Properties of PIPs; 1.2.1 Approaches Developed to Study the Lateral Diffusion of PIPs; 1.2.2 Approaches Developed to Study the Constitutive Cycling; 1.2.3 Stress-Induced Change of PIP Dynamics and Localization; 1.3 Polar Localization of Aquaporins in Plant Cells; 1.3.1 Polar Localization of Mammalian Aquaporins; 1.3.2 Polar Localization of Plant Aquaporins; 1.4 Trafficking of TIPs
Control code
ocn971891168
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319493954
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unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)971891168

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