By Bob B. Buchanan, Wilhelm Gruissem, Russell L. Jones
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of crops, 2d Edition has been hailed as an enormous contribution to the plant sciences literature and important acclaim has been matched by means of international revenues luck. protecting the scope and concentration of the 1st variation, the second one will supply an important replace, comprise a lot new fabric and reorganise a few chapters to extra enhance the presentation.
This ebook is meticulously organised and richly illustrated, having over 1,000 full-colour illustrations and 500 photos. it's divided into 5 components protecting: booths, phone copy, power circulation, Metabolic and Developmental Integration, and Plant atmosphere and Agriculture. particular adjustments to this version include:
- Completely revised with over half the chapters having an immense rewrite.
- Includes new chapters on sign transduction and responses to pathogens.
- Restructuring of part on mobile copy for enhanced presentation.
- Dedicated site to incorporate all illustrative material.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants holds a special position within the plant sciences literature because it presents the one accomplished, authoritative, built-in unmarried quantity booklet during this crucial box of study.
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Sugar groups increase protein solubility and may specify plasma membrane–cell wall interactions, prevent premature activation of lectins (highly specific sugar‐binding proteins), and contribute to protein folding or assembly of multiprotein complexes. Most proteins subject to N‐linked glycosylation perform enzymatic functions, whereas O‐glycosylated proteins often serve structural roles. For example, the O‐glycosylation of extensin molecules (see Chapter 2) is responsible for their rod‐shaped architecture.
1990). Protoplasma 155: 116–126. 20 (A) Triacylglycerides accumulate between the two lipid monolayers of a smooth ER membrane and bud off as oil bodies at sites defined by oleosin molecules. (B) TEM of oil bodies (OB) budding from an ER membrane into the cytoplasm. 14. Source: (B) Micrograph by Donna Fernandez, from Fernandez, D. A. (1987). Plant Physiol 85: 487–496. 24A). Preliminary evidence suggests that such attachment sites may serve as sites of calcium transport via calcium channels (for example, between plasma membrane and ER) and/or mediate non‐vesicular, intermembrane lipid transport.
22 Confocal microscope image of ER bodies in an Arabidopsis hypocotyl cell expressing a green fluorescent protein (GFP) with a signal sequence and an HDEL ER retention sequence. 14. Source: Micrograph by Brian Gunning, Australian National University, Canberra. 23 TEM of COPII vesicles (arrows) budding from ER export sites adjacent to Golgi stacks (G) in an endosperm cell of an Arabidopsis seed. 14. Source: Micrograph by York‐Dieter Stierhof, University of Tübingen, Germany. 24 (A) Electron tomographic slice image of a contact region between an ER membrane and a late stage cell plate membrane (CP) on the verge of becoming a plasma membrane.
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology of Plants by Bob B. Buchanan, Wilhelm Gruissem, Russell L. Jones