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Genome Organization and Expression In Plants

by C. Leaver

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Science / Zoology,
  • Plant Genetics,
  • Science,
  • Congresses,
  • Plant gene expression,
  • Plant genetic regulation,
  • Plant genomes

  • Edition Notes

    Nato a S I Series Series a, Life Sciences

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages607
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10322924M
    ISBN 100306403404
    ISBN 109780306403408

    MITOCHONDRIAL GENOME ORGANIZATION AND EXPRESSION IN HIGHER PLANTS [Leaver, C.J. & Gray, M.W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. MITOCHONDRIAL GENOME ORGANIZATION AND EXPRESSION IN HIGHER PLANTSAuthor: M.W. Leaver, C.J. & Gray. DNA microarrays: analyzing genome-wide expression (transcriptome analysis) aDNA microarrays consist of thousands of individual gene sequences bound to closely spaced regions on the surface of a glass microscope slide or synthesized sequences on a chip surface aDNA microarrays allow the simultaneous analysis of the expression of thousands of genes.

    organization and evolution of the associated plant nuclear genome. Furthermore, the possible presence and effects of non-nuclear genomes (which may be transmitted to the next generation) must be considered in genomic and evolution-ary studies. Increasing amounts of data obtained after the first plant genome sequences were completed have shownFile Size: KB. Citation. Madlung, Andreas, "Genome Organization and Gene Expression. Chapter 2", in "Plant physiology." pp. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates, Taiz, Lincoln Author: Andreas Madlung.

    Plant biotechnology has created unprecedented opportunities for the manipulation of biological systems of plants. To understand biotechnology, it is essential to know the basic aspects of genes and their organization in the genome of plant cells. This text on the subject is aimed at students.4/5(20).   A report on the 29th Lorne Genome Conference on the Organization and Expression of the Genome, Lorne, Australia, February The Lorne Genome conference is held annually in the historic seaside town of Lorne on the southern Australian by: 1.


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Mitochondrial Genome Organization and Expression in Higher Plants Physico-Chemical and Restriction Endonuclease Analysis of Mitochondrial DNA from Higher Plants Francis Quetier. Mitochondrial Genome Organization and Expression in Higher Plants.- Physico-Chemical and Restriction Endonuclease Analysis of Mitochondrial DNA from Higher Plants.- Mitochondrial Genome Expression in Higher Plants Genome Organization and Expression in Plants.

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In the summer of a successful workshop on nucleic acids and protein synthesis in plant systems was organised in Strasbourg by Jacques Weil and Lawrence Bogorad.

The participants in the workshop, were, without exception, excited both by the quality of the work discussed and by the rapid progress being made in several areas of genomic analysis and expression in plants.

It also became. What was the first plant genome to be sequenced. What is the number of chromosomes this species has. How many protein-coding genes does it have.

Textbook Reference: Nuclear Genome Organization, p. Compare and contrast two major classes of transposons in plants. Textbook Reference: Nuclear Genome Organization, p.

Nucleotide sequencing of the Arabidopsis genome is nearing completion, sequencing of the rice genome has begun, and large amounts of expressed sequence tag information are being obtained for many other plants. There are many opportunities to use this wealth of sequence information to accelerate progress toward a comprehensive understanding of the genetic mechanisms that control plant growth Cited by: The evolutionary features and molecular innovations that enabled plants to first colonize land are not well understood.

Here, insights are provided th. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants holds a unique place in the plant sciences literature as it provides the only comprehensive, authoritative, integrated single volume book in.

Plant Nuclear Structure, Genome Architecture and Gene Regulation is based on significant progress made in the last five years in the knowledge and understanding of the organisation of the higher plant nucleus, and in particular in the relationship between nuclear organisation and the regulation of gene expression in a variety of contexts.

Organization and Expression of the Chloroplast Genome Identification and Characterization of Genes for Polypeptides of the Thylakoid Membrane R. Herrmann, P. Westhoff, J. Alt, P. The higher plant mitochondrial genome contains in the order of 50 proteins coding genes scattered throughout the genome and while much of the genome is transcribed, regulatory control is primarily exercised posttranscriptionally at the level of the ribonucleic acid (RNA) or protein by: 2.

Mitochondrial Genome Organization and Expression in Higher Plants C J Leaver, and and M W Gray Annual Review of Plant Physiology Enzymatic Regulation of Photosynthetic CO2, Fixation in C3 Plants I E Woodrow, and and J A BerryCited by: Genome organizations and coding assignments of fijiviruses are summarized in Table of the genome segments are monocistronic.

Some segments possess two ORFs but expression of the second ORF has not been demonstrated in vivo in insect or plant cells. For viruses other than NLRV, replication occurs in the cytoplasm of phloem-related cells in association with viroplasms composed partly of.

Defensins represent an ancient and diverse set of small, cysteine-rich, antimicrobial peptides in mammals, insects, and plants. According to published accounts, most species' genomes contain 15 to 50 defensins. Starting with a set of largely nodule-specific defensin-like sequences (DEFLs) from the model legume Medicago truncatula, we built motif models to search the near-complete.

Chloroplast Genome Organization. Mitochondrial Genome Organization. RNA Editing. Course Topics. Course Home Page.

Introduction Eukaryotic genomes are much more complex than prokaryotic genomes. And further, plant genomes are more complex than other eukaryotic genomes. Genome sequence organization 4. Genome maintenance 5. Gene expression and regulation in prokaryotes and eukaryotes: mechanisms 6.

Gene expression and regulation: effects 7. Immunobiology 8. Bacteriophages, animal viruses, and plant viruses 9. Recombinant DNA methodology. Organismal Biology (33–34%) The structure, physiology, behavior, andFile Size: 2MB. Expanding understanding of gene and genome organization has revealed the profound extent of their impact on both.

Plant Transposons and Genome Dynamics in Evolution captures and distills the voluminous research literature on plant transposable elements and seeks to assemble the big picture of how transposons shape gene structure and regulation.

Genome colinearity/Genome evolution. A remarkable feature of plant genomics is its ability to bring together more than one species for analysis. The comparative genome mapping of related plant species has shown that the organization of genes is highly conserved during the evolution of members of taxonomic by: Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Richard M. Goodman. Genome-wide Identification, Classification, and Expression Pattern of Homeobox Gene Family in Brassica rapa under Various Stresses Nadeem Khan 1 Chun-mei Hu 1, 2Cited by: 5.