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Nitric Oxide Signalling in Higher Plants

Author Name : P. Passos


  • Publisher : Studium Press LLC
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 10 : 0-976184-92-3
  • Page no : 347
  • Publication Year : 2005

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This book is a summary of the most recent discoveries in the field of No biology, biochemistry, and signaling in plants. The book will further fuel the interest in the rapidly expanding field of nitric oxide biology and encourage better understanding of the role of NO in plant biology. Fop creating a consistent and beautiful “NO world” in science, it seems obvious that we need to be open to incorporating and integrating comprehensive knowledge just like plants did in evolution. The contents have been carefully organized in a planned sequence to give a detailed insight of the subject to beginners as well as to the experts. These chapters critically evaluate the state of art, the current starts and future prospects of the knowledge in NO research which are very useful for the scientists, academicians researchers, students, planners and industrialists etc. working in the area of biotechnology, plant agriculture, horticulture, agronomy, plant physiology, molecular biology, plant pathology and forestry. The book reveals the updated knowledge on the NO relations to plants which includes a historical perspective, recent discoveries and future directions at one place to focus for the creating worthful knowledge for the human beings. The reader will immediately recognize that each chapter in this volume has been written by a world outstanding expert in NO research. A special effort has been made to concentrate on new findings in the nitric oxide field. It is through this vision that new leads will develop to more complete understanding of the cell and molecular biology of nitric oxide.
Title Nitric Oxide Signalling in Higher Plants
Table of Content Preface, Contributors, Nitric Oxide in Plant Biology: Its Past and Future, Nitric Oxide is an Essential Component of Biotic and Abiotic Stresses-Induced Signaling Pathways in Plants, Nitric Oxide: Bridging the Gap Between Environmental Stimuli and Endogenous Signals in Plants, Nitric Oxide Signal Transduction in Plant Programmed Cell Death, Peroxisomes as a Source of Nitric Oxide , Nitric Oxide as a Mediator of Abscisic Acid Signaling in Guard Cells, Nitric Oxide as a Potential Second Messenger in Cytokinin Signaling, Nitric Oxide Produced by Nitrate Reductase in Higher Plants, Measurement of Nitric Oxide-Emission from Enzyme Solutions, Cells Suspensions, Leaves and Roots by Gas-Phase Chemiluminescence Detection, Nitric Oxide Signaling Through the Hypersensitive Disease Resistance Response, Nitric Oxide Signaling Through the Hypersensitive Disease Resistance Response, Nitric Oxide and Plant Mitochondria, Nitric Oxide and Seed Germination, Nitric Oxide, Peroxidase and Lignification in Higher Plants, Nitric Oxide as a Signaling Molecule in Early Plant Development and Oxidative Stress.
Page No. 347
Author's Name P. Passos
Publisher Studium Press LLC
Year Of Publication 2005
ISBN 10 0-976184-92-3
ISBN 13 No
About The Book No
Binding type N/A
Book Size(len) No
Series No
book size(hei) 9.5
Book size width 6
Edition 1st

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