Molecular Biology by P. M. DeyMolecular Biology by P. M. Dey

Molecular Biology

byP. M. DeyEditorJ. B. Harborne, Joy L. Bryant

Hardcover | October 16, 1996

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Methods in Plant Biochemistry is an authoritative reference on current techniques in the various fields of plant biochemical research. Under the expert guidance of guest editors, each volume provides comprehensive, practical information on the assay and analytical techniques appropriate for a particular family of plant compounds. The series emphasizes techniques and laboratory procedures. No plant biochemical laboratory can afford to be without this comprehensive and up-to-date reference.
Joy L. Bryant holds an M.A. in Applied Science-Patent Practice from the College of William and Mary and an M.S. in Polymer Science from the University of Akron. She is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as an agent. Bryant is currently in private practice in Virginia and is the Founder and President of t...
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Title:Molecular BiologyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:126 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.98 inPublished:October 16, 1996Publisher:Academic Press

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ISBN - 10:0124610218

ISBN - 13:9780124610217

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Table of Contents

J. Bryant, DNA Extraction.
M.A. Vega-Palas, A.-L. Paul, and R.J. Ferl, Chromatin.
Z. Wilson, Molecular Genetic Analysis: Chromosome Walking, Gene Tagging, and RFLP Analysis.
R. Walden, Agrobacterium-Mediated Transformation.
R. Walden, Vector Systems for Agrobacterium Transformation.
R. Goldbach and T. Hohn, Plant Viruses as Gene Vectors.
Subject Index.

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"The two editors... have both made important and innovative contributions to the subject and together have a breadth of approach that means that what they choose to put before their readers is likely to be of unusual interest or significance."
--PLANT PATHOLOGY