Cell Walls and Surfaces, Reproduction, Photosynthesis

Cell Walls and Surfaces, Reproduction, Photosynthesis

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Cell Walls and Surfaces, Reproduction, Photosynthesis by Wolfgang Wiessner

Algae belong to the lower plants. They are not only favoured but also highly striking objects for studies on various areas of biology. The present volume of the new book series Experimental Phycology presents recent results of studies on the cell wall, reproduction, and photosynthesis of algae.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783642486548
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 04/14/2012
Series: Experimental Phycology , #1
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1990
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

The emergence of eukaryotic algae within the protists : A molecular phylogeny based on ribosomal RNA sequencing.- Algae as tools in studying the biosynthesis of cellulose, nature’s most abundant macromolecule.- Surface interactions in lichens.- Participation of algal cell wall surface structures in the formation of the hostsyrnbiont-interface of endocytobiotic systems.- Autolysins in Chlamydomonas.- Genetic control of reproductive cell differentiation in Volvox.- Evolution of cytokinesis in green algae : A reticulum of tubular membranes characterizes septum membrane biogenesis in Ulvophyceae.- Cytoskeletal dynamics in the reproductive cycle of Acetabularia (Dasycladaceae, Chlorophyceae) : Cyst morphogenesis and delayed cytokinesis.- Notes on the hetrokaryotic life cycle phases in some Dasycladales and Bryopsidales (Chlorophyta ).- The polyspermy block in fucoid algae.- The evolution of algal chioroplasts.- Phycobilosomes : Structure and function.- The molecular architecture of the thylakoid membrane from various classes of eukaryotic algae.- Chlororespiration : A respiratory activity in the thylakoid membrane of microalgae and higher plants.- Electron transfer in the oxygen-evolving system II of photosynthesis.- Marine biofouling and its control : State-of-the-art and future prospects.- Taxonomic Index.

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