Regulation of Phytochemicals by Molecular TechniquesBy
- J.A. Saunders
- B.F. Matthews
- John Romeo
For all those involved in researching/using plants to produce natural versions of drugs which are currently synthesized. And those interested in plant genetics, biochemistry, chemistry and molecular biology of plants.
Recent Advances in Phytochemistry
Hardbound, 336 Pages
Published: July 2001
- Genomics: New tools to analyze genetic and biochemical diversity (V. Walbot).Microarrays: Application to soybean gene expression during soybean cyst nematode invasion (B.F. Matthews). The design and use of transgenic plant expression systems for the production of foreign proteins (J.G. Boothe, N.A. Markley).Expression of foreign sequences in virus-infected plants using alfalfa mosaic virus coat protein (V. Yusibov et al.).Transcription factors and metabolic engineering: Novel applications for ancient tools (E.L. Braun et al.).Designer basic/leucine-zipper proteins as regulators of plant detoxification genes (A. Rahbar et al.).Properties and metabolic engineering of alfalfa phenylpropanoid pathway O-Methyltransferases (R.A. Dixon et al.). Mechanisms and applications of transcriptional control of phenylpropanoid metabolism (C. Martin et al.).Engineering isoprenoid metabolism and biochemistry in plants (M.A. Schoenbeck, J. Chappell).Production of cellulases in plants for biomass conversion (K.J. Danna). Resveratrol glucoside engineering: Plant and human health benefits (N.L. Paiva, J.D. Hipskind).Crop allelopathy: Enhancement through biotechnology (B.E. Scheffler et al.).Molecular regulation of monoterpenoid indole alkaloid biosynthesis (F. Hilliou et al.).Models for vacuolar sequestration of anthocyanins (L.A. Mueller, V. Walbot).Index.