Plant Transcription Factors

  • ID: 3329042
  • Book
  • 434 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Plant Transcription Factors: Evolutionary, Structural and Functional Aspects is the only publication that provides a comprehensive compilation of plant transcription factor families and their complex roles in plant biology.

While the majority of information about transcription factors is based on mammalian systems, this publication discusses plant transcription factors, including the important aspects and unifying themes to understanding transcription factors and the important roles of particular families in specific processes.

- Provides an entry point for transcription factor literature- Offers compilation of information into one single resource for rapid consultation on different plant transcription factor features- Integrates the knowledge about different transcription factors, along with cross-referencing - Provides information on the unique aspects surrounding plant transcription factors

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Section A: General aspects of plant transcription factors
Introduction to transcription factor structure and function; Methods to study transcription factor structure and function; General aspects of plant transcription factor families; Structures, functions, and evolutionary histories of DNA-binding domains of plant-specific transcription factors; The evolutionary diversification of genes that encode transcription factor proteins in plants
Section B: Structure and evolution of plant transcription factor families
Structure and evolution of plant homeobox transcription factors; Homeodomain-Leucine Zipper transcription factors: Structural features of these proteins, unique to plants; Structure and evolution of plant MADS-domain transcription factors; TCP transcription factors: evolution, structure and biochemical function; Structure and evolution of plant GRAS family proteins; Structure and evolution of WRKY transcription factors; Structure, function and evolution of the Dof transcription factor family; NAC transcription factors: from structure to function in stress-associated networks
Section C: Functional aspects of plant transcription factor action
Homeobox transcription factors and the regulation of meristem development and maintenance; CUC transcription factors : to the meristem and beyond; The role of TCP transcription factors in shaping flower structure, leaf morphology and plant architecture; GROWTH-REGULATING FACTORs, a transcription factor family regulating more than just plant growth; The Multifaceted Roles of miR156-Targeted SPL Transcription Factors in Plant Developmental Transitions; Functional aspects of GRAS family proteins; DELLA proteins, a group of GRAS transcription regulators that mediate gibberellin signaling; bZIP and bHLH family members integrate transcriptional responses to light; What do we know about Homeodomain-Leucine Zipper I transcription factors? Functional and biotechnological considerations
Section D: Modulation of plant transcription factor action
Intercellular Movement of Plant Transcription Factors, Coregulators and Their mRNAs; Redox regulated plant transcription factors; Membrane-bound transcription factors in plants: physiological roles and mechanisms of action; Ubiquitination of plant transcription factors
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