2006

PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS IN PLANTS AND BACTERIA

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3809-9 (Print) 978-1-4020-3811-2 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. OVERVIEW OF PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 1-12

      HISTORICAL OVERVIEW

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      Pages 13-23

      PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS

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      Pages 25-32

      HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND GENETICS IN PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS

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      Pages 33-39

      GENETIC BASIS AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION FOR PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS

  2. THE PHYTOCHROME

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 40-40

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      Pages 41-63

      THE PHYTOCHROME CHROMOPHORE

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      Pages 65-98

      STRUCTURE, FUNCTION, AND EVOLUTION OF MICROBIAL PHYTOCHROMES

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      Pages 99-129

      PHYTOCHROME GENES IN HIGHER PLANTS: STRUCTURE,EXPRESSION, AND EVOLUTION

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      Pages 131-153

      PHYTOCHROME DEGRADATION AND DARK REVERSION

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      Pages 155-170

      INTRACELLULAR LOCALIZATION OF PHYTOCHROMES

  3. BLUE-LIGHT AND UV-RECEPTORS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 171-171

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      Pages 171-197

      BLUE/UV-A RECEPTORS: HISTORICAL OVERVIEW

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      Pages 199-221

      CRYPTOCHROMES

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      Pages 223-252

      PHOTOTROPINS

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      Pages 253-277

      BLUE LIGHT PHOTORECEPTORS -BEYOND PHOTOTROPINS AND CRYPTOCHROMES

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      Pages 279-304

      UV-B PERCEPTION AND SIGNALLING IN HIGHER PLANTS

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      Pages 305-327

      SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION IN BLUE LIGHT-MEDIATED RESPONSES

  4. SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION IN PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 328-328

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      Pages 329-334

      GENERAL INTRODUCTION

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      Pages 335-356

      PHYTOCHROME SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION NETWORK

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      Pages 357-378

      THE FUNCTION OF THE COP/DET/FUS PROTEINS IN CONTROLLING PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS: A ROLE FOR REGULATED PROTEOLYSIS

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      Pages 379-406

      BIOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF SIGNALLING COMPONENTS

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      Pages 407-437

      THE PHOTORECEPTOR INTERACTION NETWORK

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