Annual Plant Reviews, Nitrogen Metabolism in Plants in the Post-genomic Era / Edition 1

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Overview

Nitrogen Metabolism in Plants provides a general background and overview of nitrogen acquisition in plants and presents a comprehensive description of recent advances in our understanding of both nitrogen assimilation and nitrogen fixation using new technologies. This important new book covers many important aspects, including transport systems, regulatory and signaling mechanisms, plant development and senescence, and metabolic cross-talk between nitrogen assimilation and other metabolic pathways. Part of Wiley-Blackwell's highly acclaimed and successful Annual Plant Reviews, this new volume is an essential purchase for all plant scientists.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781405162647
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/30/2010
  • Series: Annual Plant Reviews Series , #53
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Christine Foyer, Rothamsted Research, UK

Hanma Zhang, University of Leeds, UK

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Overview: an overview of nitrogen assimilation by plants considering the impact of recent developments for crop improvement (Ben Mifflin and Peter Lea).

Chapter 2. Overview: an overview of nitrogen fixation by legumes considering the impact of recent developments for crop improvement (Tony Gordon and Frank Minchin).

Chapter 3. Global pathway regulation, inter-pathway signalling and transcriptional controls (Mark Stitt).

Chapter 4. Transcriptional profiling approaches to nitrogen metabolism in wheat (Malcolm Hawkesforde).

Chapter 5. Transcriptional profiling approaches to nitrogen fixation (Marcelle Holsters).

Chapter 6. QTL approaches to improving nitrogen assimilation (Francoise Vedele).

Chapter 7. Proteomics approaches to nitrogen assimilation and fixation (Michael Udvardi).

Chapter 8. Metabolomics approaches to nitrogen assimilation and fixation (Alistair Fernie and Mark Stitt):.

Chapter 9. Integration of nitrogen assimilation with respiration and redox pathways (Graham Noctor and Christine Foyer).

Chapter 10. Integration of amino acid synthesis pathways (Nigel Halford).

Chapter 11. Intra-cellular compartmentation and integration with photorespiration (Bob Ludwig).

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