1 edition of Molecular Basis Plant Devel (DISCONTINUED (UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Biology)) found in the catalog.
Molecular Basis Plant Devel (DISCONTINUED (UCLA Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Biology))
1989 by WILEY-LISS .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||252|
Plant Physiol — Phytoalexins can 84 be toxic to both virulent and avirulent pathogens. Cultivars with long grains carry an allele witha loss-of-function mutation. Google Scholar 9. The two traits together ensured grains to beeffectively harvested and subsequently recovered.
An alternate approach, the study of susceptibility, has revealed mechanisms that show a high degree of specificity. The cloning and characterization of these loci will hopefully inform our understanding of the network controlling flowering in beets. The chemical nature of this activation process is totally unknown. Joshi, Rashmi H. J Mol Appl Genet 2: —
Arrows indicate treatments in which plants had not flowered by the end of the experiment d. But again, such experiments are feasible only when conducted in a medium that provides fluid from the area originally sur- rounding the cell with which the experiment began. Once isolated, we test the activity of such genes in other systems, for example tobacco or tomato. FLC blocks flowering by binding to and suppressing key genes that promote flowering in the photoperiod pathway. Google Scholar 9. The Q allele had a higher level oftranscription than the wild type allele, q, in spikes, leaves, and roots.
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We found, for example, that accession Bd has a varying vernalization requirement depending on the condition in which it is grown. The molecular Genetics of crown nail is the most thoroughly studied of any plant disease. How long a domestication process could have lasted?
We focus on genes that are responsible for modifying quantitative aspects Molecular Basis Plant Devel book plant growth and morphology, which possibly could also have a role in the evolution of plant form.
Plant Mol Biol — How then does the process of differentiation occur? These are dedicatedenergy crops that can be grown on marginal land with relatively little energy inputinvolved in plantation, irrigation, fertilization, harvest, and transportation.
Two major QTLs were found to be responsible pri-marily for the change of hull color in rice Gu et al. Because tumor-producing viruses can now be obtained in highly purified form and suitable "normal" cells in culture can be trans- formed into "neoplastic" cells, experimental systems are becoming avail- able for a rational analysis of the molecular basis of neoplasia.
USA — Despite this, essen-tial domestication QTLs such as btr and br controlling brittle rachis were mappedon chromosomes, although their characterization at the molecular level is stillawaited.
It appears that phytoalexin synthesis might be a general, nonspecific type of active resistance. However, VRN2 levels still decrease during vernalization in vrn1 mutants, suggesting additional levels Molecular Basis Plant Devel book control of the repression of VRN2 during cold in wheat Chen and Dubcovsky Panicles became more highly branched and capable of bear-ing a larger number of grains.
Ghd7 and VRN2 have been placed in a distinct subfamily because they both lack a B-box domain in the amino terminus Cockram et al. Second, high-density SNPs generated by whole-genome resequencing providegreat opportunities for narrowing down candidate genes anywhere in the genome,but it presents considerable challenges for the detection of regions that indeed expe-rienced selective sweep.
For example, phytoalexin synthesis can be induced by abiotic agents, such as wounding or other stress conditions, in both resistant and susceptible plants. Larger and heavier grains are obviously favored by farmers. Biological control measures using resistant plant varieties and trap crops have Molecular Basis Plant Devel book effective in some cases.
The hypersensitive lesion can effectively stop the spread of a virus or confine the bacterial or fungal pathogen. Alternatively, Q was selected initiallyin the hexaploid wheat and then spread into tetraploid wheat through introgression Faris et al. Protein Synthesis by Isolated Pea Chloroplasts.From to he joined Dr.
Chris Somerville lab in Carnegie Institution at Stanford University, USA and UC Berkeley for his postdoctoral training. Since to May he directed his group at IFIBYNE (CONICET) and recently in June he has moved Leloir Institute where he is directing the Molecular Basis of Plant Development laboratory.
Aug 27, · Preface SECTION I SOME SPECIAL ASPECTS OF PLANT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT CHAPTER 1 Special Features of Plant Development CHAPTER 2 Cell Wall, Cell Division, and Cell Growth CHAPTER 3 Embryogenesis CHAPTER 4 Determination, Differentiation, and Dedifferentiation in Plants APPENDIX 1 Molecular and Genetic Tools for Study of Plant Development Book Edition: 1.
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