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Plant Functional Genomics

Dario Leister (Editor)
Synopsis Plant Functional Genomics presents a cross-section of current research on the biological function of plant genes and how they work together in health and disease. You'll find breakthrough techniques, results of projects focused on particular plant functions, and an overview of the state of functional genomics for several plant-related species. This important resource contains a wealth of data generated by various plant genome sequencing projects, including the newest results from experiments with Arabidopsis thaliana--the first plant to be completely sequenced. This book also contains innovative research on: T-DNA mutagenesis. Transcriptomics and metabolic profiling in plants. Large-scale yeast two-hybrid analyses. The exceptional model system of Chlamydomonas genomics. Functional genomics in rice, maize, and Physcomitrella. Prospects for functional genomics in a new model grass. Chloroplast and plant mitochondrial proteomics. Plant transporters and much more. With figures, tables, and illustrations, this book will help scientists, researchers, and advanced students in botany find new ways of creating novel plant forms to better serve the needs of a rapidly expanding human population.
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Title Plant Functional Genomics
Author Dario Leister
Format Softcover
Date published: 10.01.2006
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 8186535527
length xxxii+678p.