The Plant Cell Wall
Protein-Protein Interactions in Plant Biology
Molecular Plant Pathology
September 05, 2003
This volume provides an overview of the key advances in our understanding of plant cell walls over the last decade. It incorporates the advances of molecular biology and the identification of a rapidly growing number of genes and the proteins responsible for plant wall synthesis, restructuring, and...
Michael T McManus, Mark Laing, Andrew Allan
January 04, 2002
The importance of protein-protein interactions in biological systems is a rapidly emerging research theme and the revolution that is taking place in our understanding of plant genomics is enabling us to make exciting discoveries that have implications for both the fundamental and applied plant...
Sharman O'Neill, Jeremy A. Roberts
December 20, 2001
Plant Reproduction presents an overview of plant reproduction at the research and professional level, covering physiological and molecular control of the floral transition, floral organ development, embryogenesis, pollination, and senescence. The volume is directed at plant geneticists, molecular...
Matthew Dickinson, James Beynon
August 23, 2000
For the past century, it has been known that plants possess genetically inherited resistance mechanisms to combat phytopathogenic fungi, bacteria and viruses, and that the relationship between pathogens and host plants is highly specialized and complex. As techniques of molecular biology have...
Mary Anderson, Jeremy Roberts
July 09, 1998
This volume focuses on Arabidopsis, one of the most important model systems currently available for gaining a fundamental understanding of gene organization, regulation, and development in flowering plants at the molecular level. Offering a comprehsive review of the subject, this book is written by...