Annual Plant Reviews, Cell Cycle Control and Plant Development / Edition 1

Annual Plant Reviews, Cell Cycle Control and Plant Development / Edition 1

by Dirk Inze
     
 

ISBN-10: 1405150432

ISBN-13: 9781405150439

Pub. Date: 07/03/2007

Publisher: Wiley

Forming part of the Annual Plant Review Series The Plant Cell Cycle covers all major aspects of the cell cycle including cyclins, CDK inhibitors and phosphorylation, cell cycle control and activation, developments of trichomes, fruits, and the endosperm. Final chapters deal with the hormonal control of cell division, and environmental stress and cell cycle exit.

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Overview

Forming part of the Annual Plant Review Series The Plant Cell Cycle covers all major aspects of the cell cycle including cyclins, CDK inhibitors and phosphorylation, cell cycle control and activation, developments of trichomes, fruits, and the endosperm. Final chapters deal with the hormonal control of cell division, and environmental stress and cell cycle exit. The book is an essential purchase for all cell biologists and plant scientists.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781405150439
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
07/03/2007
Series:
Annual Plant Reviews Series, #34
Pages:
396
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.50(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

1. The growing family of plant cyclin-dependent kinases with multiple functions in cellular and developmental regulation.

2. The plant cyclins.

3. CDK inhibitors.

4. The UPS: an engine that drives the cell cycle.

5. CDK phosphorylation.

6. E2F-DP transcription factors.

7. Function of the retinoblastoma-related protein in plants.

8. Auxin fuels the cell cycle engine during lateral root initiation.

9. Cell cycle control during leaf development.

10. Physiological relevance and molecular control of the endocycle in plants.

11. Insights into the endocycle from trichome development.

12. Cell cycle control and fruit development.

13. Cell cycle and endosperm development.

14. Hormonal regulation of cell cycle progression and its role in development.

15. Cell cycle and environmental stresses

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