Molecular Physiology and Biotechnology of Trees, Vol 89. Advances in Botanical Research

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  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Molecular Physiology and Biotechnology of Trees, Volume 89 in the Advances in Botanical Research series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on such topics as the Activity of the shoot apical and cambial meristems: Coordination and responses to environmental signals, Conifer functional genomics, Nitrogen storage and cycling, Tree defense against pests and pathogens, The ectomycorrhizal contribution to tree nutrition, Phytoremediation with trees, Transcriptional regulation of wood formation, Transgenic poplars, the Genomics of forest trees, and much more.

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1. Genomics of forest trees Nathaniel Robert Street 2. Resources for conifer functional genomics at the omics era Rafael A. Cañas, M. Belen Pascual, Fernando N. de la Torre, Concepcion Avila and Francisco M. Cánovas 3. The ectomycorrhizal contribution to tree nutrition Adeline Becquer, Carmen Guerrero-Galán, Janice L. Eibensteiner, Gabriella Houdinet, Heike Bücking, Sabine D. Zimmermann and Kevin Garcia 4. Nitrogen storage and cycling in trees Gen Li and Gary D. Coleman 5. Embryology in conifers Sara von Arnold, David Clapham and Malin Abrahamsson 6. Activity of the shoot apical and cambial meristems: Coordination and responses to environmental signals Rita Teresa Teixeira, Xiaoyan Sheng and Amy M. Brunner 7. Digging in wood: New insights in the regulation of wood formation in tree species Eduardo L.O.Camargo, Raphaël Ployet , Hua Cassan-Wang, Fabien Mounet and Jacqueline Grima-Pettenati 8. Cell wall pectins in tree growth and woody biomass utilization Scott A. Harding and Chung-Jui Tsai 9. Applications of transgenic approaches in developing an understanding of drought tolerance in poplar Edward G. Kirby and Juan-Jesús Molina-Rueda 10. Phytoremediation with trees Luis Gomez, Angela Contreras, David Bolonio, Julia Quintana, Luis Onate-Sanchez and Irene Merino
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