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Author: Raoul Ranjeva,Alain M. Boudet
ISBN: 3540517723
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Pages 344 pages
Publisher Springer; 1 edition (November 2, 1990)
Language English
Category: Science
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eBook Signal Perception and Transduction in Higher Plants (NATO ASI Series / Cell Biology) download

by Raoul Ranjeva,Alain M. Boudet


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Therefore, plants have developped specific strategies involving particular signal and transduction systems as well as a form of cellular organization that allow . Signal Transduction in Plant Cells and the Calcium Message.

Therefore, plants have developped specific strategies involving particular signal and transduction systems as well as a form of cellular organization that allow them to buffer against sudden.

Raoul Ranjeva, A. Boudet. In contrast to animals, plants are immobile and, thus, cannot leave a drastically changed environment

Raoul Ranjeva, A. In contrast to animals, plants are immobile and, thus, cannot leave a drastically changed environment. Therefore, plants have developped specific strategies involving particular signal and transduction systems as well as a form of cellular organization that allow them to buffer against sudden changes in external conditions

In contrast to animals, plants are immobile and, thus, cannot leave a drastically changed environment.

In contrast to animals, plants are immobile and, thus, cannot leave a drastically changed environment.

Ranjeva, Raoul, Boudet, Alain M. ISBN-13.

Therefore, plants have developped specific strategies involving particular signal and transduction systems as well as a form of cellular organization that allow them to buffer against sudden changes in external conditions. Ranjeva, Raoul, Boudet, Alain M.

Signal perception and transduction in higher plants. ISBN 3 540 51772 3. DM 178 H/b. R. Hooley.

Автор: Raoul Ranjeva; Alain M. Boudet Название: Signal Perception and Transduction in. .The authors focus on the versatility of frog oocytes and egg extracts in cell biology and signal transduction, and cover all the major uses of oocytes/extracts as experimental models.

The authors focus on the versatility of frog oocytes and egg extracts in cell biology and signal transduction, and cover all the major uses of oocytes/extracts as experimental models. Автор: Klaus Palme Название: Signals and Signal Transduction Pathways in Plants ISBN: 0792333640 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780792333647 Издательство: Springer Рейтинг

Plant perception or plant gnosophysiology is the ability of plants to.Plant-Environment Interactions: From Sensory Plant Biology to Active Plant Behavior.

Plant perception or plant gnosophysiology is the ability of plants to sense and respond to the environment by adjusting their morphology, physiology, and phenotype accordingly. Abiotic stress signal transduction in plants: Molecular and genetic perspectives". Physiologia Plantarum.

In contrast to animals, plants are immobile and, thus, cannot leave a drastically changed environment. Therefore, plants have developped specific strategies involving particular signal and transduction systems as well as a form of cellular organization that allow them to buffer against sudden changes in external conditions. This state-of-the-art summary written by leading scientists deals with: - the most recent data available on the molecular mechanism involved in the response of plant cells to different stimuli; - the critical domaine of ignorance such as the signifi cance of site occupancy of receptors for growth substances; - the estimation of the applicability of new techniques such as electrophysiology, cell imaging and DNA recombinant technology; - directions for future work.