Volume 10 2008

Plant Growth Signaling

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ISBN: 978-3-540-77589-8 (Print) 978-3-540-77590-4 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XII

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    Pages 1-23

    Signals and Mechanisms in the Control of Plant Growth

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    Pages 25-45

    Control of Plant Organ Size

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    Pages 47-62

    Control of Leaf Morphogenesis by Long- and Short-Distance Signaling: Differentiation of Leaves Into Sun or Shade Types and Compensated Cell Enlargement

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    Pages 63-88

    Plant Growth Dynamics: Analysis of Basic Spatial and Temporal Growth Patterns on the Background of Photosynthetic Energy Gain and Interactions with the Environment

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    Pages 89-105

    Keeping the Balance Between Proliferation and Differentiation by the E2F Transcriptional Regulatory Network is Central to Plant Growth and Development

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    Pages 107-125

    Plant Cell Growth Signalling and Its Link to Ploidy

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    Pages 127-153

    Epidermal Signalling and the Control of Plant Shoot Growth

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    Pages 155-178

    Signaling in Auxin-Dependent Plant Development

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    Pages 179-197

    Brassinosteroid Signaling

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    Pages 199-221

    Ethylene: Inhibitor and Stimulator of Plant Growth

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    Pages 223-242

    Light and the Control of Plant Growth

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    Pages 243-259

    TOR Signaling in Plants

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    Pages 261-275

    MAP Kinase Cascades Controlling Cell Division, Plant Growth and Development

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    Pages 277-297

    Protein Phosphatases in Plant Growth Signalling Pathways

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    Pages 299-314

    Armadillo Repeat Proteins: Versatile Regulators of Plant Development and Signalling

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    Pages 315-329

    Mass Spectrometry Based Proteomics as a Tool for the Analysis of Protein–Protein Interactions in Signaling Processes

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    Pages 331-350

    Signal Transduction Networks During Stress Responses in Arabidopsis: High-Throughput Analysis and Modelling

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    Pages 351-373

    Cell Growth Control in an Algal Model

  20. Back Matter

    Pages 375-380