Stress-Inducible Processes in Higher Eukaryotic Cells

Hardcover | November 30, 1997

EditorThomas M. Koval

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Koval provides an interdisciplinary forum for the diverse studies involved in the stress biology of eukaryotic cells. Readers gain access to the most recent information available for eukaryotic systems ranging from plants to humans. For the student, this format introduces a source of potentially unifying concepts and hypotheses. Scientists will find a unique opportunity to conveniently examine the similarities among inducible responses initiated by a variety of agents.

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Koval provides an interdisciplinary forum for the diverse studies involved in the stress biology of eukaryotic cells. Readers gain access to the most recent information available for eukaryotic systems ranging from plants to humans. For the student, this format introduces a source of potentially unifying concepts and hypotheses. S...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:271 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:November 30, 1997Publisher:Springer US

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Dessication-Tolerance in Mosses; M.J. Oliver, A.J. Wood. Local and Systemic Plant Defensive Responses to Infection; R. Hammerschmidt. Stress Responses in Drosophila Cells; E. Akaboshi, Y. Inoue. Stress Resistance in Lepidopteran Insect Cells; T.M. Koval. Apoptosis as a Stress Response: Lessons from an Insect Virus; R.J. Clem. Stress Protein Gene Expression in Amphibians; J.J. Heikkila, et al. Heat and Other Agents in Avian Cells; M.J. Schlesinger. Radiation-Induced Responses in Mammalian Cells; G.E. Woloschak. Adaption of Ionizing Radiaton in Mammalian Cells; R.E.J. Mitchel, et al. Index.