4 edition of Cell and molecular biology of plastids found in the catalog.
Cell and molecular biology of plastids
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ralph Bock (ed.).|
|Series||Topics in current genetics -- 19|
|LC Classifications||QK725 .C36 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 524 p. :|
|Number of Pages||524|
|ISBN 10||3540753753, 3540753761|
|ISBN 10||9783540753759, 9783540753766|
|LC Control Number||2007936025|
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The Molecular Biology of Plastids: Cell Culture and Somatic Cell Genetics of Plants, Volume 7A deals with various aspects of plastid nucleic acid and protein metabolism. This book is organized into 10 chapters. From the reviews: "As the title suggests, the emphasis of the book is on molecular aspects of plastid biology.
this volume gives an excellent overview of the progress and current status of molecular studies on plastids, particularly on : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. : Cell and Molecular Biology of Plastids (Topics in Current Genetics) (): Ralph Bock: Books. Cell and Molecular Biology of Plastids by Ralph Bock,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
The present book provides a comprehensive overview of our current. Get this from a library. Cell and molecular biology of plastids. [Ralph Bock;] -- This title provides an overview of our current knowledge on plastid biogenesis, plastid-nuclear communication, the regulation of plastid gene expression at all levels, and also assesses the state of.
Molecular Biology of the Cell is the classic in-depth text reference in cell biology. By extracting fundamental concepts and meaning from this enormous and ever-growing field, the authors tell the story of cell biology, and create a coherent framework through which non-expert readers may approach the subject.
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Aspects of developmental biology, the immune system, the nervous system, and plant biology are thus discussed in their broader biological context in chapters covering areas such Book Edition: 2nd. The plastids: Their chemistry, structure, growth and inheritance, 2nd edn by J.
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this volume gives an excellent overview of the progress and current status of The book is recommended for all plant molecular biologists, primarily for those working in plastid biology, photosynthesis, and biotechnology.". Yusuke Kato, Wataru Sakamoto, in International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology, Abstract.
Plastids change their morphology dynamically in response to environmental conditions and developmental status. Related to these plastid dynamics, the quality and quantity controls of proteins are necessary. Buy The Molecular Biology of Plastids (Cell Culture and Somatic Cellgenetics of Plants, Vol.
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This book is based on four themes. Namely. Plastids of nongreen tissues import carbon as a source of biosynthetic pathways and energy. Within plastids, carbon can be used in the biosynthesis of starch or as a substrate for the oxidative pentose phosphate pathway, for example. We have used maize endosperm to purify a plastidic glucose 6-phosphate/phosphate translocator (GPT).
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By far the best studied of these plastid differentiation pathways is the biogenesis of chloroplasts during leaf mesophyll cell differentiation, and recent reviews have considered the molecular biology and biochemistry of this differentiation process (Barkan et Cited by: Molecular Biology Is Presented As An Information Science, Describing Molecular Steps That Nature Uses To Replicate And Repair Dna; Regulate Expression Of Genes; Process And Translate The Coded Information In Mrna; Modify And Target Proteins In The Cell; Integrate And Regulate n In A Lucid Style, The Book Will Serve As An Ideal.
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The cell (from Latin cella, meaning "small room") is the basic structural, functional, and biological unit of all known organisms.A cell is the smallest unit of life.
Cells are often called the "building blocks of life". The study of cells is called cell biology, cellular biology, or : The Molecular Biology of Plastids: Cell Culture and Somatic Cell Genetics of Plants, Volume 7A deals with various aspects of plastid nucleic acid and protein metabolism.
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Since the book is printed on matte-finish paper, the reading experience is pleasing. Albeit, the colour of the pages is quite yellow. Furthermore, I think that pages are on the slightly thinner side. Plastids are not only major centers of plant metabolism, plastids also emit signals in response to endogenous and environmental cues.
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Chromoplasts are plastids that synthesize and store pigments. Leucoplasts are plastids located in the non-synthetic tissues of a plant (e.g., roots) and generally store non-pigment molecules.
Like mitochondria, plastids appear to have a primary endosymbiotic origin, but differ in that they derive from cyanobacteria rather than alpha-proteobacteria. Understanding the evolution of eukaryotic cellular complexity is one of the grand challenges of modern biology.
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–Molecular systematics –The evolution of plastids –Rooting the tree of life with gene duplications –The evolution of introns: recent or ancient.
–Exon shuffling in the evolution of novel functions. Geoffrey M. Cooper. Categories: Biology. Edition: 8th Ed. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Language: english. ISBN File: PDF, MB. The file will be sent to your email address.
It may take up to minutes before you receive it. The file will be sent to your Kindle account. It may takes up to minutes before you. Plastids provides a broad, state-of-the-art review of plastids, which are essential plant organelles, vital for life on earth. The most common plastids are cholorplasts, which carry out photosynthesis, produce a variety of essential lipids, amino acids and growth regulators, and are involved in many essential intermediary metabolic pathways.
Includes bibliographical references and index Introduction: The history of molecular cell biology. Evolution and the cell theory -- Classical biochemistry and genetics -- The merging of genetics and biochemistry -- The birth of molecular biology -- A modern view of cell structure -- Part I.
Molecules, cells, proteins, and experimental techniques: a primer. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants, 2nd Edition has been hailed as a major contribution to the plant sciences literature and critical acclaim has been matched by global sales success. Maintaining the scope and focus of the first edition, the second will provide a major update, include much new material and reorganise some chapters to further improve the presentation.International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology (IRCMB), Volume includes comprehensive and detailed reviews on the current advances in cell and molecular biology.
The IRCMB series has a world-wide readership, maintaining a high standard by publishing invited articles on important and timely topics authored by prominent cell and molecular biologists.PLASTID BIOLOGY Plastids reside in all plant cells, and take on different forms in relation to their cellular function, biochemistry and storage capacity.
The modern era of molecular biology and molecular genetics has enabled much to be learnt about how plastids function, and how they relate to their evolutionary past. In this accessible text.