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Mechanisms in Plant Development

by Ottoline Leyser

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  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Blackwell Publishing Limited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany & plant sciences,
  • Developmental biology,
  • Science,
  • Plant Cytology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - Developmental Biology,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • GROWTH (PLANTS),
  • Science / Botany,
  • Development,
  • Plants

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8316696M
    ISBN 100865427429
    ISBN 109780865427426

    Buy Mechanisms in Plant on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersFormat: Unknown Binding, THE VERNALIZATION REQUIREMENT. Variation in flowering time is commonly observed in many flowering plant species. One prominent variation in Arabidopsis accessions is the requirement of vernalization for accelerated flowering (Koornneef et al., ).Genetic studies on variations in the vernalization requirement using natural accessions of Arabidopsis Cited by:

    Rent textbook Mechanisms in Plant Development by Leyser, Ottoline - Price: $ Plant growth and development are mediated by specific plant hormones and plant growth regulators (PGRs) (Ross et al. ). Endogenous hormone levels are influenced by plant age, cold hardiness, dormancy, and other metabolic conditions; photoperiod, drought, temperature, and other external environmental conditions; and exogenous sources of PGRs, e.g., externally .

    Flowering is a pivotal step in plant development. Numerous epigenetic factors contribute to the regulation of flowering genes, known as flowering loci (FL). In Arabidopsis, flowering locus t is responsible for the production of florigen, which induces changes in the shoot apical meristem, a special set of growth tissues, to establish flowering.   Chapter Plant Growth and Development 1. • All cells of a plant develops from the zygote. • Zygote produces a number of cells which organize into tissues and organs. • Development is the sum of two processes: growth and differentiation.


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Mechanisms in Plant Development by Ottoline Leyser Download PDF EPUB FB2

Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates. Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts of the by: Get this from a library.

Mechanisms in plant development. [Ottoline Leyser; Stephen Day] -- Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates.

Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates. Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts Mechanisms in Plant Development book the plant.

Rather than focussing on the life cycle, the book is. Plant Growth and Development: A Molecular Approach presents the field of plant development from both molecular and genetic perspectives.

This field has evolved at a rapid rate over the past five years through the increasing exploitation of the remarkable plant small genome, rapid life cycle, and ease of transformation of Arabidopsis, as well as the relatively.

Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates. Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts of the plant.

Rather than focussing on the life cycle, the book. The Arabidopsis Genome Is Rich in Developmental Control Genes. Arabidopsis has one of the smallest plant genomes— million nucleotide pairs, on a par with C. elegans and Drosophila—and the complete DNA sequence is now known.

It contains approximat genes. This total includes many recently generated duplicates, however, so that the number of. Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts of the plant.

Rather than focussing on the life cycle, Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and /5.

Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates. Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts of the plant/5(5).

An introduction to flowering plants --Characteristics of plant development --Cell-intrinsic information --Primary axis development --Axis development in the leaf and flower --Position relative to a particular cell, tissue or organ --Light --Environmental information other than light --The coordination of development --A comparison of plant and.

Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates. Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts of the plant.

Control Mechanisms in Plant Development book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0. Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates.

Contents Preface. Introduction. Sources. An Introduction to Flowering Plants Characteristics of Plant Development Cell Intrinsic Information Development Mechanisms Book: Control mechanisms in plant development.

pp pp. Abstract: The 8 chapters in this book deal, respectively, with phytochrome phytochrome Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical GroupsCited by: Book review: Mechanisms in plant development. Martin Huelskamp. Universität Köln, Botanik III, Gyrhostra D‐ Köln, Germany.

Search for more papers by this author. Martin Huelskamp. Universität Köln, Botanik III, Gyrhostra D‐ Köln, : Martin Huelskamp. The prevalent belief that plant growth substances are crucial to plant development has tended to obscure rather than to clarify the underlying cellular mechanisms of development.

The aim in this book is to try to focus on what is currently known, and what needs to be known, in order to explain plant development in terms that allow further. Mechanisms of Development is an international journal covering the areas of cell biology and developmental biology.

In addition to publishing work at the interphase of these two disciplines, we also publish work that is purely cell biology as well as classical developmental biology. Plant Growth and Development - Basic Knowledge and Current Views Article (PDF Available) in Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena 6(02):1 - 53 January w Reads.

This book is divided into three parts encompassing 10 chapters that summarize the role of cytoplasmic units and the nucleus in developmental processes and the regulatory mechanisms. The opening part of the book describes the chemical changes during the development of plastids in leaves of higher plants.

Book review: Mechanisms in plant development Book review: Mechanisms in plant development Huelskamp, Martin Reviewed by Martin Huelskamp ¨ ¨ln Universitat Ko Botanik III Gyrhostrasse 15 ¨ D Koln, Germany Plant developmental sciences have evolved from being mostly descriptive and comparative research area to a field.

Seed dormancy is one of the most important adaptive mechanisms in plants, which protects seeds from precocious germination in the presence of the inappropriate conditions for growth continuation. Numerous environmental and molecular signals regulate seed dormancy.

Maintenance or release of seed dormancy is dependent on light, temperature, and water Cited by: 4. Find Mechanisms in Plant Development by Leyser et al at over 30 bookstores. Buy, rent or sell.Understanding the crosstalk between these phytohormones and defense signaling pathways helps reveal new important targets for developing host resistance mechanisms [3, 4].

Here, the current work presents an overview and discusses recent progresses of phytohormone roles and their crosstalk in plant development and stress : Mohamed A. El‐Esawi. Multiple mechanisms have been identified that influence vascular development (Fischer et al., ); however, how these mechanisms interact to coordinate vascular morphogenesis is poorly understood.

Auxin is central to vascular tissue specification, and its responses are mediated by, among others, MONOPTEROS (MP), which encodes an Auxin Cited by: 1.