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CONTROL OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT GENES AND SIGNALS

A.J. Greenland

CONTROL OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT GENES AND SIGNALS

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Published by Garland Science .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biology, Life Sciences

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11578171M
    ISBN 100948601531
    ISBN 109780948601538

    Nature — The first cytological demonstration of crossing over was performed by Harriet Creighton and Barbara McClintock in Growth from any such meristem at the tip of a root or shoot is termed primary growth and results in the lengthening of that root or shoot. Main articles: Asexual reproduction and Sexual reproduction When cells divide, their full genome is copied and each daughter cell inherits one copy.

    Signaling by jasmonic acid stimulates the degradation of the JAZ repressor proteins, thereby activating transcription by the EIN3-like transcription factors. The nucleotide sequence of a messenger RNA is used to create an amino acid sequence in protein; this translation between nucleotide sequences and amino acid sequences is known as the genetic code. Baud, S. Some plants, especially woody perennials, go through a juvenile phase, during which the plant cannot produce reproductive structures even if all the appropriate environmental signals are present Lawson and Poethig Gunning, B.

    Morphogens and Gradients One problem has intrigued embryologists for many decades: In the absence of strictly defined developmental fates, how does a cell "know" where it is in an embryo, in order to know what to become? In addition to the MLA, Chicago, and APA styles, your school, university, publication, or institution may have its own requirements for citations. This variation is most easily seen in the leaves of a plant, though other organs such as stems and flowers may show similar variation. By contrast, an animal embryo will very early produce all of the body parts that it will ever have in its life. Instead, its protein product is a transcription factor.


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CONTROL OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT GENES AND SIGNALS book

Apoptosis helps create the spaces between the fingers, for instance. This is the process of gastrulation. Schoof, H. In early development different vertebrate species all use essentially the same inductive signals and the same genes encoding regional identity.

December 18, Adam Siepel explains how natural selection can tell researchers how informative sifting through the complex human genome will be. Since transcription factors are proteins, they are encoded by their own genes, which are regulated by yet other transcription factors.

Nature 66— Cells can be directed to the apoptotic pathway if they fail to receive appropriate signals from their neighbors. In the first floral whorl only A-genes are expressed, leading to the formation of sepals. The initial stages of human embryogenesis.

Developmental Biology, 5th ed. Asexual reproduction can also occur in multicellular organisms, producing offspring that inherit their genome from a single parent. Preview Unable to display preview. Hudson, A. Multiple mechanisms have been identified by which transcriptional output from the ethylene signaling pathway can be tailored to meet the needs of particular developmental pathways.

Morphogens and Gradients One problem has intrigued embryologists for many decades: In the absence of strictly defined developmental fates, how does a cell "know" where it is in an embryo, in order to know what to become?

Ethylene binding to its receptors serves to relieve the repression so that the EIN3-like transcription factors are activated to initiate the transcriptional response to ethylene.

Not all of the regulatory mechanisms shown are used in all species, and some species flower more When cells on one side of a stem grow longer and faster than cells on the other side, the stem will bend to the side of the slower growing cells as a result.

Part of this effect of ethylene-regulated gene expression is owed to the action of FUS3 on the primary ethylene response pathway.

ABC model of flower development

In this respect, mutations that affect ethylene production or perception can be considered heterchronic mutations as they alter the timing of a developmental process.

This pathway involves both positive and negative regulators, such that ethylene response is actively repressed in the air and de-repressed in the presence of ethylene. Green, eds.Multiple Light and Plastid Signals Control Chloroplast Development in The phenomenon is known as photosynthetic acclimation.

In addition to the light control, signals of plastid origin have been proposed, which exert overall control on the expression of photosynthetic genes (3,4) or modulate it in acclimation (5). Baynton C.E., Page A.M Cited by: 4.

My students think the book is great–important ideas and concepts are clearly described and beautifully illustrated." —Tom Maniatis, Harvard University "Genes & Signals reduces the immense and sometimes bewildering literature on the control of gene expression to simple principles. Amazingly, it manages to do so by providing a framework for.

Feb 20,  · This diversity of form, though originating from the same genotype, points to the degree to which plant growth and development can be modulated. Much of this control is mediated by a small group of plant hormones that include auxin, cytokinin, gibberellin, abscisic acid, brassinosteroid, jasmonic acid, and ethylene [1].Cited by: Apr 01,  · Leaf Vitamin C Contents Modulate Plant Defense Transcripts and Regulate Genes That Control Development through Hormone Signaling Gabriela M.

Pastori, Guy Kiddle, John Antoniw, Stephanie Bernard, Sonja Veljovic-Jovanovic, Paul J. Verrier, Graham Noctor, Christine H. FoyerCited by: Jan 01,  · 2. Growth is denied as an irreversible increase in size or volume.

Development is a summation of all the activities leading to changes in a cell, tissue, organ, or organism. Development is an orderly sequence of events dictated by a precise set of genes turning on and off at every stage.

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