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This scenario has been repeated many times during studies of
photomorphogenic and hormone responses in plants. Though molecular genetic
studies in Arabidopsis have allowed us to uncover many of the signalling
components involved in ...

Author: Eberhard Schäfer

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402038112

Category: Science

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This unique resource reviews progress made by scientists researching into how ambient changes in the wavelength, intensity, direction and duration of light environment affect plant growth and development. It explains how combinations of new research with classical photobiology and physiology have made it feasible to interpret intriguing light dependent phenomena such as phototropism, determination of flowering time, shade avoidance etc. at molecular level. Written by over 20 leading experts in the field the book covers major breakthroughs achieved in the last decade. It is generously referenced with more than 2389 bibliographic citations.
2006-06-11 By Eberhard Schäfer

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Author: Richard E. Kendrick

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0792325508

Category: Science

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David Dickinson is a household name, the king of the catchphrase, undisputed darling of daytime TV and a rising star. He's a respected antiques expert and exudes a taste for the finer things in life. But the road to his success has not been as smooth as his patter and he's learnt a lot at the school of hard knocks.

Plant-pathogen relationships (Continued) BT Host-parasite relationships Plant-
microbe relationships RT Phytopathogenic microorganisms— Host plants
Genetic aspects BT Plant genetics —Molecular aspects BT Molecular biology
Plant pathogenic bacteria USE ... Plant photomorphogenesis USE Plants
Photomorphogenesis Plant photoperiodism (QK761) UF Plants, Effect of day
length on [Former ...

Author: Library of Congress

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ISBN: UCBK:C081650700

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These collective results show that the HYT and ATHO2 proteins have distinct , but
overlapping roles in regulating photomorphogenesis mediated through the
genesis of the phy chromophore . Sequence comparisons of the A . thaliana HOs
 ...

Author: Seth Jon Davis

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ISBN: WISC:89074965856

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2000 By Seth Jon Davis

The emission spectrum maximum was observed at 530 nm , which is different
from that of bioluminescent bacteria . Fluorescent compounds were isolated from
Omphalia lavida and Lampteromyces japonicus , but it is not yet certain that
these ...

Author: R.E. Kendrick

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: UOM:39015010179375

Category: Science

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1986-11-30 By R.E. Kendrick

In many higher plants chlorophyll biosynthesis occurs In certain microorganisms
and non - photosynthetic only in light ( Virgin 1981 ) . Carotenoids , however , are
bacteria , as well as in fungi , algae and higher plants , synthesized also in the ...

Author: Lars Olof Björn

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105032816667

Category: Plants

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The power of bacterial genetics and protein expression has allowed rapid
advances in the discovery of the mechanism ... The functions and mechanisms of
the phytochromes within the plant kingdom are more complex , and have proved
more ...

Author: Karen Ann Kaczorowski

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ISBN: UCAL:C3493702

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PLANT BIOLOGY A pathogen - inducible endogenous siRNA in plant immunity
Surekha. Measurement of ... Schäfer E , Nagy F ( 2006 ) Photomorphogenesis in
Plants and Bacteria ( Springer , Dordrecht , The Netherlands ) 3rd Ed . 3. Sachs J
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Photoreceptors of this type have been identified by biochemical , genetic and
genomic methods in plants as well as in photosynthetic bacteria ( cyanobacteria
and purple bacteria ) , non - photosynthetic eubacteria , fungi , moss and algae (
Wu ...

Author: Yi-Shin Su

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ISBN: UCAL:X77548

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2007 By Yi-Shin Su

Björn, L.O. (1969b) Photoinacivation of catalases from mammal liver, plant leaves
and bacteria. Comparison of inactivation ... of seed germination. In: R.E. Kendrick
and G.H.M. Kronenberg (Eds.), Photomorphogenesis in plants, pp. 443–463.

Author: Lars Olof Björn

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387726551

Category: Science

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Since the publication of the first edition in 2002, there has been an explosion of new findings and applications in the field of photobiology. This brand new edition is fully updated, includes new references, and offers five new chapters for a comprehensive look at photobiology. The chapters cover all areas of photobiology, photochemistry, and the relationship between light and biology. The book starts with the physics and chemistry of light and then deals with the evolution of photosynthesis. Four chapters deal with how organisms use light for their orientation in space and time. There are also several medically oriented chapters and two chapters specifically aimed at the photobiology educator.
2007-12-26 By Lars Olof Björn

... oligorrhiza is an organism of choice for studying photoinduced greening in
higher plants. As an aquatic angiosperm, it can be cultured axenically on defined
liquid media facilitating radioactive labeling and precluding bacterial
contamination ...

Author: Pill-Soon Song

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781483140261

Category: Science

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Annual European Symposium on Photomorphogenesis, Volume 27: Photochemistry and Photobiology covers the proceedings of the 1977 Annual European Symposium on Photomorphogenesis, held in Bet Dagan, Israel. This book is divided into 25 chapters and begins with an examination of different forms of phytochrome in extracts of etiolated oat seedlings. The succeeding chapters review the involvement and interaction of membranes, hormones, and the circadian clock. These chapters also look into the effects of light on oscillations of enzyme activity in extracts and the differential effects of calcium on Mougeotia chloroplast movement. These topics are followed by discussions of in vitro transcription and translation of light; the concept of plastid photomorphogenesis; and the photocontrol of plant growth. The final chapters explore the blue light effects on lower and higher plants and the photomorphogenesis in microorganisms, algae, and mosses. This book will be of great value to photochemists, photobiologists, and researchers.
2013-10-22 By Pill-Soon Song

Plant membranes BT Botany - Anatomy Membranes ( Biology ) Plant cells and
tissues NT Chloroplast membranes Plant cell ... Leaves - Morphogenesis Plant
cytomorphogenesis Plants - Photomorphogenesis Plant morphology USE Botany
- Morphology Plant mutation ... microorganismsHost plants - Molecular aspects
BT Molecular biology Plant pathogenic bacteria USE Phytopathogenic bacteria
Plant ...

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Plant Physiol 43 : 990 – 996 Sellden G , Selstam E ( 1976 ) Changes in
chloroplast lipids during the development of ... 83 – 111 Thornber JP , Markwell
JP ( 1981 ) Photosynthetic pigmentprotein complexes in plant and bacterial
membranes .

Author: W.Jr. Shropshire

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3540121439

Category: Science

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1983-08-01 By W.Jr. Shropshire

Among plant growth factors involved in the control of hypocotyl elongation ( auxin
, gibberellins and ethylene ) , none significantly influenced KOR mRNA levels . ...
that is related in sequence to histidine kinase - response regulator two -
component signal transducers found in bacteria . ... 55 WHITELAM , G. C .;
SAMITA PATEL ; DEVLIN , P. F. Phytochromes and photomorphogenesis in
Arabidopsis .

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ISBN: UCR:31210013881881

Category: Plant breeding

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In addition there are sequence similarities between the C-terminus of higher-
plant phytochrome and bacterial histidine kinase catalytic ... Plants grown in
darkness are etiolated; in the presence of light they undergo
photomorphogenesis.

Author: Maurice S. McDonald

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470855223

Category: Nature

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The Photobiology of Higher Plants offers a comprehensive, balanced coverage of both photosynthesis (including physiology and global aspects) and photomorphogenesis in plants. An accessible, student-friendly approach to the subject is taken, providing the reader with a useful historical perspective and showing how this fascinating subject has evolved. All aspects of plant biochemistry and plant physiology are included with the fundamentals of the subject rigorously covered. Each chapter includes numerous references to provide a useful starting point for those wishing to learn more about the subject. * Provides combined coverage of both photosynthesis and photomorphogenesis in plants. * Includes an extensice glossary designed to provide easy access to key * Aimed at students in Botany, Plant Science, Agriculture and Forestry * A useful reference for postgraduates and researchers working in the field
2003-06-09 By Maurice S. McDonald

This multiauthor book contains 12 chapters on the mechanisms of plant growth
and productivity . ... fixation by legumes ( covering properties of the bacterial and
plant symbionts , mechanisms of nodulation , determinate and indeterminate
nodules , metabolism of ... recent developments in the field of
photomorphogenesis , and has several new chapters to ensure a more complete
coverage of the subject .

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ISBN: UIUC:30112018395209

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Author: Rudolf Heitefuss

Publisher: Springer Verlag

ISBN: 0387075577

Category: Science

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Higher Plant and Bacterial Models S. Edward Stevens, Donald A. Bryant ... One
of the best understood model systems for studying gene expression during
photomorphogenesis is the gametophyte of the fern Onoclea sensibilis which
grows as ...

Author: S. Edward Stevens

Publisher: Amer Society of Plant physiologists

ISBN: WISC:89032852147

Category: Corn

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