Sulfur Metabolism in Phototrophic Organisms by Rüdiger HellSulfur Metabolism in Phototrophic Organisms by Rüdiger Hell

Sulfur Metabolism in Phototrophic Organisms

EditorRüdiger Hell, Christiane Dahl, David B. Knaff

Paperback | November 16, 2010

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Sulfur is one of the most versatile elements in life. This book provides, for the first time, in-depth and integrated coverage of the functions of sulfur in phototrophic organisms including bacteria, plants and algae. It bridges gaps between biochemistry and cellular biology of sulfur in these organisms, and of biology and environments dominated by them. The book therefore provides a comprehensive overview of plant sulfur relations from genome to environment.
Title:Sulfur Metabolism in Phototrophic OrganismsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:554 pages, 0.09 × 0.07 × 0 inPublished:November 16, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Editorial.-Contents.-Preface-Author Index.-Colour Plates.-I. Sulfate Activation And Reduction, Biosynthesis Of Sulfur Containing Amino Acids.- 1.Introduction To Sulfur Metabolism In Phototrophic Organisms; Christiane Dahl, Rüdiger Hell,David Knaff, Thomas Leustek.-2.Uptake, Allocation And Subcellular Transport Of Sulfate;Malcolm J. Hawkesford .-3.Phylogenetic Analysis Of Sulfate Assimilation And Cysteine Biosynthesis In Phototrophic Organisms;Stanislav Kopriva , Nicola Patron, Tom Leustek, Patrick Keeling.-4.Metabolism Of Cysteine In Plants And Phototrophic Bacteria;Rüdiger Hell, Markus Wirtz .-5.Metabolism Of Methionine In Plants And Phototrophic Bacteria;Rainer Hoefgen, Holger Hesse.-6.Sulfotransferases From Plants, Algae And Phototrophic Bacteria;Cinta Hernández-Sebastià, Frédéric Marsolais, Luc Varin.-7.Cysteine Desulfurase-Mediated Sulfur Donation Pathways In Plants And Phototrophic Bacteria;Lolla Padmavathi, Hong Ye, Elizabeth AH Pilon-Smits, Marinus Pilon .-II Sulfur In Plants And Algae:8.Molecular Biology And Functional Genomics For Identification Of Regulatory Networks Of Plant Sulfate Uptake And Assimilatory Metabolism;Hideki Takahashi, Kazuki Saito.-9.Biosynthesis, Compartmentation And Cellular Functions Of Glutathione In Plant Cells;Andreas Meyer, Thomas Rausch .-10.Sulfolipid Biosynthesis And Function In Plants;Christoph Benning, R. Michael Garavito, Mie Shimojia.- 11.Sulfur-Containing Secondary Metabolites And Their Role In Plant Defense;Meike Burow, Jonathan Gershenzon, Ute Wittstock.-12.Sulfite Oxidation In Plants;Robert Hänsch, Ralf R. Mendel.-13.The State Of Sulfur Metabolism In Algae: From Ecology To Genomics;Nakako Shibagaki, Arthur Grossman.- III. Sulfur In Phototrophic Prokaryotes:14.Systematics Of Anoxygenic Phototrophic Bacteria;Johannes Imhoff.-15.Inorganic Sulfur Compounds As Electron Donors In Purple Sulfur Bacteria;Christiane Dahl.-16.Sulfide Oxidation From Cyanobacteria To Humans: Sulfide-Quinone Oxidoreductase;Yosepha Shahak, Günther Hauska.-17.Genomic Insights Into The Sulfur Metabolism Of Phototrophic Green Sulfur Bacteria;Niels-Ulrik Frigaard, Don Bryant.-18.Genetic And Proteomic Studies Of Sulfur Oxidation In Chlorobium Tepdium Chlorobium Tepidum;Leong-Keat Chan, Rachael Morgan-Kiss, Thomas E. Hanson.-IV. Ecology And Biotechnology: 19.Ecology Of Phototrophic Sulfur Bacteria;Jörg Overmann.-20.Role Of Sulfur For Algae: Acquisition, Metabolism, Ecology And Evolution;Mario Giordano, Alessandra Norici, Simona Ratti, John A. Raven.-21.Role Of Sulfur For Plant Production In Agricultural And Natural Ecosystems;Fangjie Zhao, Michael Tausz , Luit De Kok.-22. Using Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria For The Removal Of Sulfide From Wastewater;Timothy J. Hurse, Ulrike Kappler, Jürg Keller.-V. Specific Methods: 23.X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy As Tool For The Detection And Identification Of Sulfur Compounds In Phototrophic Organisms;Alexander Prange, Josef Hormes, Hartwig Modrow.-24.Imaging Thiol-Based Redox Processes In Live Cells;Andreas Meyer, Mark D. Fricker.-Index

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From the reviews:"This book is volume 27 of the series 'Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration'. . The majority of authors are scientists well known from the literature. . The book is supplemented by many instructive tables and figures . and by a detailed numerical and alphabetical subject index. . volume 27 should certainly be on bookshelves of photosynthesis laboratories and university or research libraries." (Z. Sesták, Photosynthetica, Vol. 46 (4), 2008)"The book in general provides a comprehensive and integrative knowledge of sulphur biology in phototrophic organisms. . The book is . useful for students and researchers in chemistry, plant and microbial physiology, and molecular biology. It is specially designed for advanced level graduate students working in the area of photosynthesis and bacterial bioenergetics. . The book . is useful for students working in agro-biotechnology. . I strongly recommend this book to libraries of universities and research institutions around the world." (Basanti Biswal, Current Science, Vol. 96 (4), February, 2009)"The new volume of the Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration acquaints us with the metabolism of sulfur in photosynthetic systems. . the four chief editors, another 55 authors of the individual chapters participated in writing this book, scientists literally from all over the world. Thus, thanks to the editor of the Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Prof. Govindjee, an up-to-date, complete and well classified review of the contemporary knowledge of the sulfur metabolism in phototrophs is now available to the scientific public." (D. Sofrova, Biologia Plantarum, Vol. 53 (3), September, 2009)"The new volume of the Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration acquaints us with the metabolism of sulfur in photosynthetic systems. . the four chief editors, another 55 authors of the individual chapters participated in writing this book, scientists literally from all over the world. Thus, thanks to the editor of the Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Prof. Govindjee, an up-to-date, complete and well classified review of the contemporary knowledge of the sulfur metabolism in phototrophs is now available to the scientific public." (D. Sofrova, Biologia Plantarum, Vol. 53 (3), September, 2009)