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by E. Lam,H. Fukuda,J. Greenberg

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  • ISBN 0792366778
  • ISBN13 978-0792366775
  • Language English
  • Author E. Lam,H. Fukuda,J. Greenberg
  • Publisher Springer; 2000 edition (December 31, 2000)
  • Pages 200
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The molecular mechanisms which determine whether the cells of a multicellular organism will live or commit suicide have become a popular field of research in biology during the last decade. Cell death research in the plant field has also been expanding rapidly in the past 5 years. This special volume of Plant Molecular Biology seeks to bring together examples of a diverse array of experimental approaches in a single volume. From the differentiation of tracheary elements in vascular plants to the more specialized cell death model of the aleurone in cereals, this volume will bring the reader up-to-date with the characterization of different plant model systems that are currently being studied. This endeavor should complement general overviews of plant cell death mechanisms that have been published elsewhere by providing more detailed information on various aspects of this field to interested graduate students and more senior biologists alike.

Bibliographic Information. Programmed Cell Death in Higher Plants.

This special volume of Plant Molecular Biology seeks to bring together examples of a diverse array of experimental approaches in a single volume. From the differentiation of tracheary elements in vascular plants to the more specialized cell death model of the aleurone in cereals, this volume will bring the reader up-to-date with the characterization of different plant model systems that are currently being studied. Bibliographic Information.

Article in Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture 70(3) · September 2002 with 7 Reads. Regulation of programmed cell death in plant embryogenesis. May 2005 · BMC Plant Biology. DOI: 1. 023/A:1016559705245. Cite this publication.

E. Lam, H. Fukuda, J. Greenberg. E.

Lam, . Fukuda, . Greenberg, J. ISBN-13.

From the differentiation of tracheary elements in vascular plants to the more specialized cell death model of the aleurone in cereals, this volume will bring the reader up-to-date with the characterization of different plant model systems that are currently being studied. This endeavor should complement general overviews of plant cell death mechanisms that have been published elsewhere by providing more detailed information on various aspects of this field to interested graduate students and more senior biologists alike. Lam, .

Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Lam, E. (Eric). Personal Name: Greenberg, Jean. Uniform Title: Plant molecular biology. Personal Name: Fukuda, H (Hiroo). Rubrics: Plant cells and tissues Apoptosis. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Автор: Lam . Fukuda . Greenberg J. Название: Programmed Cell Death in Higher Plants ISBN: 0792366778 ISBN-13(EAN) .

Section 1 Developmental cell death in plants: Programmed cell death of tracheary elements as a paradigm in plants, H. 200 pages, B/w photos, figs. Fukuda; Programmed cell death in cereal aleurone, A. Fath, et al; Programmed cell death in plant reproduction, . Cheung; Programmed cell death during endosperm development, . Gallie; Regulation of cell death in flower petals, B. Rubinstein. Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

This special volume of Plant Molecular Biology seeks to bring together examples of a diverse array of experimental approaches in a single volume

This special volume of Plant Molecular Biology seeks to bring together examples of a diverse array of experimental approaches in a single volume.

Programmed cell death (or PCD) is the death of a cell in any form, mediated by an intracellular program, and is also referred to as Cellular Suicide. PCD is carried out in a biological process, which usually confers advantage during an organism's life-cycle. For example, the differentiation of fingers and toes in a developing human embryo occurs because cells between the fingers apoptose; the result is that the digits are separate.