eBook Plant Molecular Genetics download
by Monica A. Hughes
Author: Monica A. Hughes
Publisher: Prentice Hall (September 30, 1996)
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Plant Molecular Genetics. by Monica A. Hughes (Author). Book Condition: Very Good clean copy, with moderate wear to cover, no page damage, no writing or highlighting.
Plant Molecular Genetics. ISBN-13: 978-0582247307. Sold by internationalbooks.
The molecular biology of plant acclimation to low temperature. Monica A. Hughes, M. Alison Dunn. In many temperate plant species, a period of exposure to a low positive temperature will acclimate the plants to withstand a subsequent freezing stress. A number of plant genes, which ar. More).
Plant Molecular Genetics book. Details (if other): Cancel. Book · July 2013 with 314 Reads. The present book provides detailed information regarding the process of developing plants resistant to insect-pests, viruses, herbicides and cold stress using the modern techniques of genetics. How we measure 'reads'. It also discusses at length about heat-shock protein genes, defense response genes and photosynthetic genes of plants. The use of apomixis in crop genetic improvement has been thoroughly presented.
monica hughes, Newcastle University, School of Biomedical Sciences, Emeritus. Studies Biomedical Sciences.
Thus it is a particular honor for me to announce Joanne Chory, Professor and Director of the Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology Laboratory at the Salk Institute and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, as the 2012 recipient of the Genetics Society of America Medal in recognition of her many outstanding contributions to the field of genetics. Joanne did not begin her career as a plant geneticist.
Any approach to the study of genes and genomes is considered, be it experimental, theoretical or synthetic.
This chapter provides a summary of the book, "Plant Genetics and Molecular Biology. KEYWORDS: Decision support tools; Epigenomics; Genomics; Metabolomics; Nanotechnology; Plant biotechnology; Proteomics; Transcriptomics. Plant molecular genetics. Tell us if something is incorrect. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out.
This text, concisely sets out the fundamentals required by students in this rapidly growing field. Plant Molecular Genetics is split into four parts: the first deals with the structure and inheritance of plant genomes; the second with the biology of Agrobacterium tumefaciens and its use in plant transformation; the third with key topics in plant molecular biology, including nitrogen fixation, the effect of light on plant development, flowering, breeding systems and disease resistance. The final section provides an overview of plant biotechnology, including a discussion of its future prospects.