- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2015
- Springer International Publishing AG
- Gunawardena, Arunika N. (ed.), McCabe, Paul (ed.)
- 3 Tables, black and white; 47 Illustrations, color; 13 Illustrations, black and white; XI, 306 p. 60
- 234 x 156 x 17 mm
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- 1 Paperback / softback
- 449 g
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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Programmed cell death (PCD) is a genetically encoded, active process which results in the death of individual cells, tissues, or whole organs. PCD plays an essential role in plant development and defense, and occurs throughout a plant's lifecycle from the death of the embryonic suspensor to leaf and floral organ senescence. In plant biology, PCD is a relatively new research area, however, as its fundamental importance is further recognized, publications in the area are beginning to increase significantly. The field currently has few foundational reference books and there is a critical need for books that summarizes recent findings in this important area. This book contains chapters written by several of the world's leading researchers in PCD. This book will be invaluable for PhD or graduate students, or for scientists and researchers entering the field. Established researchers will also find this timely work useful as an up-to-date overview of this fascinating research area.
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"This first book on programmed cell death in plants in a decade examines many aspects of these processes. Geared to advanced readers, it is a compilation of original reviews contributed by 30 authors, supported by more than 1,000 references ... . The work is well illustrated with good use of color throughout ... . Summing Up: Recommended. Graduate students, researchers/faculty, and professionals/practitioners." (L. C. Davis, Choice, Vol. 53 (8), April, 2016)
Dr. Arunika Gunawardena is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada. Over recent years the Gunawardena laboratory has pioneered the use of the beautiful lace plant, Aponogeton madagascariensis as a novel model organism for the study of programmed cell death. (http://pcdlab.biology.dal.ca). Dr. Paul McCabe is Head of the Botany Programme at the School of Biology and Environmental Science at University College Dublin, Ireland. Dr. McCabe's research interests include the regulation of developmental cell fate and cell death determination. Dr. McCabe and his colleagues have used PCD morphology and in vitro cell cultures to study several aspects of plant programmed cell death.
CONTENTS 1 An Overview of Programmed Cell Death Research: From Canonical to Emerging Model Species Adrian N. Dauphinee and Arunika N. Gunawardena 2 Mitochondrion and Chloroplast Regulation of Plant Programmed Cell Death Theresa J. Reape, Niall P. Brogan, and Paul F. McCabe 3 Life Beyond Death: the Formation of Xylem Sap Conduits Delphine Menard, Sacha Escamez, Hannele Tuominen and Edouard Pesquet 4 Programmed Cell Death in Plant Immunity: Cellular Reorganization, Signaling and Cell Cycle Dependence in Cultured Cells as a Model System Takamitsu Kurusu, Takumi Higaki, and Kazuyuki Kuchitsu 5 Vascular Aerenchyma and PCD Daniel K. Gladish 6 Out for a Walk Along the Secretory Pathway During Programmed Cell Death Jean-Luc Cacas 7 Nuclear Dismantling Events: Crucial Steps During the Execution of Plant Programmed Cell Death Fernando Dominguez and Francisco Javier Cejudo 8 Programmed Cell Death Regulation by Plant Proteases with Caspase-Like Activity Yao-Min Cai and Patric Gallois 9 Senescence-Associated Programmed Cell Death Hilary J. Rogers 10 The Hypersensitive Response in PAMP- and Effector-Triggered Immune Responses Angela Feechan, Dionne Turnbull, Laura J. Stevens, Stefan Engelhardt, Paul R. J. Birch, Ingo Hein, and Eleanor M. Gilroy 11 To Live or Die: Auophagy in Plants Brice E. Floyd, Yunting Pu, Junmarie Soto-Burgos, and Diane C. Bassham