Molecular Genetics of Photosynthesis by Bertil AnderssonMolecular Genetics of Photosynthesis by Bertil Andersson

Molecular Genetics of Photosynthesis

EditorBertil Andersson, A. Hugh Salter, James Barber

Paperback | April 30, 1999

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Photosynthesis is one of the most active areas of plant science research. Advances in molecular biology technology have profoundly affected the work in this area and have opened up the possibility of manipulating the genes involved in photosynthesis. The field is expanding, and this bookprovides a compilation of authoritative reviews covering a variety of important issues.
B Andersson and H. Salter are both at the University of Stockholm.
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Title:Molecular Genetics of PhotosynthesisFormat:PaperbackDimensions:268 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.63 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0199634475

ISBN - 13:9780199634477

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Table of Contents

1. Photosynthesis research - aspects and perspectives2. Molecular evolution of plants: more genomes, less generalities3. Structure and replication of chloroplast DNA4. Light regulation of nuclear-encoded thylakoid proteins5. Transcriptional and post-transcriptional gene regulation ijn plastids6. Nuclear genes involved in chloroplast gene expression7. Import, sorting, and assembly of photosynthetic proteins in higher plant chloroplasts8. Transgenic plants with special emphasis on photosynthetic carbon metabolism9. Chloroplast transformation10. Cyanobacterial transformation and gene regulation11. Molecular genetics of purple bacteria

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`'This well-produced volume brings together aspects of research from the prokaryote, algal and higher plant fields to provide a valuable introduction for those new to this area of research. Graduate students should benefit enormously from reading a volume of this type to gain a widerperspective of their field; the authoritative and informed reviews give a sound historical perspective as well as looking forward to the important questions remaining to be addressed...this volume should prove a valuable addition not only to institutional libraries but also, by virtue of itseconomical pricing, onto students' bookshelves.''Julie Lloyd, SGM Quarterly, August, 1998.