2007

Applications of Plant Metabolic Engineering

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-6030-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-6031-1 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XXI

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    Pages 1-43

    Biosynthesis of Plant Natural Products and Characterization of Plant Biosynthetic Pathways in Recombinant Microorganisms

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    Pages 45-77

    Plant Molecular Farming: Host Systems, Technology and Products

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    Pages 79-108

    Plastid Pathways

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    Pages 109-127

    Metabolic Engineering of the Alkaloid Biosynthesis in Plants: Functional Genomics Approaches

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    Pages 129-143

    Polyamine Biosynthetic Pathway: A Potential Target for Enhancing Alkaloid Production

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    Pages 145-173

    Metabolic Engineering in Alkaloid Biosynthesis: Case Studies in Tyrosine- and Putrescine-Derived Alkaloids

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    Pages 175-196

    Application of Metabolic Engineering to Vanillin Biosynthetic Pathways in Vanilla Planifolia

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    Pages 197-217

    Pathway Engineering of the Plant Vitamin C Metabolic Network

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    Pages 219-236

    Metabolic Engineering of Terpenoid Biosynthesis in Plants

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    Pages 237-247

    Metabolic Engineering of Seed Oil Biosynthetic Pathways for Human Health

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    Pages 249-281

    Metabolic Engineering in Sugarcane: Assisting the Transition to a Bio-based Economy

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    Pages 283-295

    Single-chain Fv Antibody Stimulates Biosynthesis of Secondary Metabolites in Plants

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    Pages 297-309

    Metabolic Engineering of Sulfur Assimilation in Plants

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    Pages 311-330

    Approaches to Quality Plant Based Medicine: Significance of Chemical Profiling

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 331-332