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The Plant Cell Cycle and its Interfaces. Biological Sciences Series

  • ID: 2292868
  • Book
  • June 2001
  • 234 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Cell division is a critical process in plant growth, and an understanding of how it is regulated is of both inherent scientific interest and commercial application. This volume provides an overview of the factors that influence the timing of the plant cell cycle and considers how these events may be controlled at the molecular level. The volume draws on authors from leading laboratories around the world.
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The plant cell cycle; G1 cyclins, cytokinins and the regulation of the G1 / S transition; Plant growth regulators and the control of S–phase; Gibberellic acid–mediated regulation of the cell cycle during stem growth; The regulation of the cell cycle in cultured cells; Sugar sensing and cell cycle control: evidence of cross–talk between two ancient signalling pathways; The cytoskeletal interface with cell cycle control; Cell division patterns and root apical organisation; Cell cycle regulation in the shoot apical meristem; Cytokinin control of cell proliferation in plant development; References; Index.
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Dennis Francis
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