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Timely in view of the intense current interest in the mechanisms governing chloroplast division and their potential for the development of safer ways of genetically engineering crops. Annual Plant Reviews, Volume 13, Plastids. E-Book Information about e-books: E-books have DRM protection on them, which means only the person who purchases and downloads the e-book can access it.

Plastids Annual Plant Reviews Volume 13

E-books are non-returnable and non-refundable. Added to Your Shopping Cart. Description Annual Plant Reviews , Volume 13 Plastids are essential plant organelles, vital for life on earth. Table of contents Reviews Features 1. The genomic era of chloroplast research. Plastid development and differentiation.

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    Plastids Annual Plant Reviews Volume 13

    Zach Adam addresses the chloroplast proteolytic machinery and, in dealing with plastidic proteases and peptidases, bears on the issues of biogenesis and maintenance of chloroplasts. This chapter has a short commentary on phylogeny. The eighth chapter, by John Gray, addresses the regulation of nuclear gene expression by plastid signals and the co-ordinated expression of nuclear- and plastid-encoded genes to achieve effective plastid biogenesis. There is interesting discussion of plastid signals that serve to influence expression of nuclear genes.

    The penultimate chapter on chloroplast avoidance movements by Masahiiro Kasahara and Masamitsu Wada is the least molecular and deals much more with the cell biology of plastid movement in response to environmental stimuli.

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    The final chapter looks at chloroplast genetic engineering in the context of agronomic, medical and industrial applications. Andrew Devine and Henry Daniell take us from the early efforts to express foreign genes in plastids in the s, through the gene gun to a wide array of genetically engineered traits from herbicide resistance, to drought and salt resistance, and phytoremediation. There is also discussion of the plastids being used as bioreactors that can express foreign proteins, such as human serum albumin, insulin or vaccines.

    Despite the range of contents, the final impression is of a narrowly focused book. It has missed opportunities for breadth of coverage—e.

    A wealth of issues could be addressed here, from the mechanisms of establishment of symbiosis, the agreement between nucleus and plastid in the distribution of functional responsibilities and in control of the interactions, to what happens when plastids move from a primary host to secondary or tertiary hosts and even beyond, embracing the ecological impact of the symbiotic. The scope of the book will narrow its appeal to a small audience of libraries committed to serving research biologists, and active researchers.

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    Although this book does not review the general biology of the plastid, it sets a high standard and identifies a gap waiting to be filled by the next in the series. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U.

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