11 edition of Control mechanisms in plant development found in the catalog.
Control mechanisms in plant development
Arthur William Galston
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Arthur W. Galston [and] Peter J. Davies.|
|Series||Foundations of developmental biology series|
|Contributions||Davies, Peter J., 1940- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QK745 .G3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 184 p.|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||78127319|
The control of precursor-messenger RNA (pre-mRNA) splicing is emerging as an important layer of regulation in plant responses to endogenous and external cues. In eukaryotes, pre-mRNA splicing is governed by the activity of a large ribonucleoprotein machinery, the spliceosome, whose protein core is composed of the Sm ring and the related Sm-like Cited by: 3. Flowering is a pivotal step in plant development. Numerous epigenetic factors contribute to the regulation of flowering genes, known as flowering loci (FL). In Arabidopsis, flowering locus t is responsible for the production of florigen, which induces changes in the shoot apical meristem, a special set of growth tissues, to establish flowering.
The biological ways in which diseases of plants, caused by pathogenic microbes can be controlled without the use of chemical pesticides is the subject of this book. The basis of biocontrol (in microbiology, ecology, and plant pathology) is described and many examples of control measures in commercial use or development are given. There is increasing interest in biocontrol from the . Development is a continual and progressive iteration of pattern formation and growth. The control of patterning has traditionally received the greatest attention within the field of developmental biology, and in the past two decades we have come to understand a great deal about the mechanisms that underlie pattern formation in systems ranging from embryos to Cited by:
This book summarizes the latest findings on the functions of microRNAs in the regulation of plant development and responses to the surrounding environment. MicroRNAs are an important class of molecules that can be found in diverse groups of organisms, including plants and animals, and the investigation of their roles is a highly dynamic and. 2. What mechanisms control development? - Genes, hormones, environment - Cellular changes 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.
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Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts of the by: Control Mechanisms in Developmental Processes covers the proceedings of the 26th Symposium of The Society for Developmental Biology, held in La Jolla, California.
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.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Phytochrome and flowering --Ethylene --Auxin and tropisms --Gibberellins --Cytokininis --Abscisic acid, dormancy and germination --Reactions to injury --Senescence and Title. The Arabidopsis Genome Is Rich in Developmental Control Genes.
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Find Control mechanisms in plant development (Foundations () by Galston, Arthur Willi. Multiple mechanisms have been identified that influence vascular development (Fischer et al., ); however, how these mechanisms interact to coordinate vascular morphogenesis is poorly understood.
Auxin is central to vascular tissue specification, and its responses are mediated by, among others, MONOPTEROS (MP), which encodes an Auxin Cited by: 1. mechanisms of pathogenesis and biological control have led to the development of “biorational” pesticides.
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Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates.
Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts of the plant. Rather than focussing on the life cycle, the book is.
The prevalent belief that plant growth substances are crucial to plant development has tended to obscure rather than to clarify the underlying cellular mechanisms of development. The aim in this book is to try to focus on what is currently known, and what needs to be known, in order to explain plant development in terms that allow further.
Plant Physiology: A Treatise, Volume VIC: Physiology of Development: From Seeds to Sexuality deals with the physiology of development in angiosperms, from seeds to sexuality.
This book treats germination and cell division, growth, and development from a single point of view, emphasizing the problems of early development in flowering plants. The volume illustrates the relevance of epigenetic control systems to gene regulation and plant development, examining paramutation, genomic imprinting and microRNA-based gene regulation mechanisms.
Finally, it demonstrates the significance of epigenetic systems to viral defence and genome organisation. Translational Control in Development. Compared to animals, where translational control is known to operate in various cases of development and cell differentiation, for example, egg cells, embryos, and neurons, translational control of plant development is largely unexplored by: Yet, for the development of more effective and safer agrochemicals, it is essential to understand how these compounds work in plants and their surroundings.
This expanded and fully revised second edition of Herbicides and Plant Physiology provides a comprehensive and up-to-date account of how modern herbicides interact with target plants, and. Control Mechanisms in Development Activation, Differentiation, and Modulation in Biological Systems.
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A structured screening approach for identification of fungal endophytes for Septoria tritici blotch control Meike A. C. Latz1,2, David B. Collinge2, Birgit Jensen2 and Hans Jørgen L. Jørgensen2.Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates.
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