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Title Biochemical mechanisms involved in plant growth regulation / edited by C.J. Smith ... [and others]
Published Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994

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Description xv, 282 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series Oxford science publications
Proceedings of the Phytochemical Society of Europe ; 36
Annual proceedings of the Phytochemical Society of Europe ; no. 36
Oxford science publications.
Proceedings of the Phytochemical Society of Europe ; 36
Contents Machine derived contents note: 1. A critical review on proposed hormone action: the example of auxin -- 2. Ecological adaptations at levels with different scaling: ecosystems, whole plants, cells, membranes, molecules -- 3. Assimilate translocation and membrane transport as limiting factors for plant growth -- 4. Compartmentation of nutrient ions in relation to supply and growth -- 5. Selection for mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana altered in solute uptake -- 6. Plant sugar transporters: their contribution to and their dependence on metabolism -- 7. Natural products in plant growth regulations -- 8. The search for phytohormone receptors: a role for auxin-binding proteins? -- 9. Ehtylene receptors -- 10. Cytokinin-binding protein(s) and protein kinases in cytokinin signal transduction -- 11. Biochemical regulation of DNA replication -- 12. Enforcement and release of quiescence in cells in the embryo axis of the seed: role of the nuclear proteins -- 13. rolB A bacterial gene capable of controlling auxin response and morphogenesis in plant cells -- 14. From phytochrome to phytochromes -- 15. Hormones in the seed of Sechium edule: role in germination and growth -- 16. Growth, turgor, cell-wall properties, and microfibril orientation along the growing-zone transduction in living plant cells -- 17. Mobilization of vacuolar calcium through the tonoplast -- 18. Metabolism-mediated control of STP-driven H+v extrusion: some evidence and a working hypothesis -- 19. The plasma-membrane Ca2+v pump: biochemical characteristics and regulatory properties -- 20. Fusicoccin receptors: perception and transduction of the fusicoccin signal
Notes "The Phytochemical Society of Europe"--Cover
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Biochemical Mechanisms Involved in Growth Regulation, held in Milan in Sept. 1991
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Growth (Plants) -- Regulation -- Congresses.
Growth (Plants) -- Regulation.
Plant regulators -- Congresses.
Plant regulators.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Smith, C. J. (Christopher John), 1948-
Phytochemical Society of Europe.
International Symposium on Biochemical Mechanisms Involved in Growth Regulation (1991 : Milan, Italy)
LC no. 93032094
ISBN 0198577648 (cloth)