Auxin Molecular Biology

  • Editors
  • Catherine Perrot-Rechenmann
  • Gretchen Hagen

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-v
  2. Karin Ljung, Anna K. Hull, Mariusz Kowalczyk, Alan Marchant, John Celenza, Jerry D. Cohen et al.
    Pages 249-272
  3. Jiří Friml, Klaus Palme
    Pages 273-284
  4. Alison DeLong, Keithanne Mockaitis, Sioux Christensen
    Pages 285-303
  5. Rujin Chen, Changhui Guan, Kanokporn Boonsirichai, Patrick H. Masson
    Pages 305-317
  6. Todd J. Cooke, DorothyBelle Poli, A. Ester Sztein, Jerry D. Cohen
    Pages 319-338
  7. Richard M. Napier, Karine M. David, Catherine Perrot-Rechenmann
    Pages 339-348
  8. Sunethra Dharmasiri, Mark Estelle
    Pages 401-409
  9. Ranjan Swarup, Geraint Parry, Neil Graham, Trudie Allen, Malcolm Bennett
    Pages 411-426
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 427-427

About this book


The plant hormone auxin plays a fundamental role in the growth and development of plants. Researchers from across the globe are currently attempting to unravel the molecular mechanisms by which auxin controls such diverse processes as cell division, cell elongation, and differentiation. Research questions on auxin action are being addressed using state-of-the-art techniques that are available to cell biologists, geneticists, molecular biologists, biochemists, and physiologists.

This text highlights many of the major topics that were covered in a recent workshop that was specifically focused on research into the mechanisms of auxin action. The articles in this text give a current update of the research findings on auxin biosynthesis, metabolism and transport; evolutionary patterns; auxin perception, signal transduction and physiology; auxin-regulated gene expression and protein degradation pathway in auxin responses; and cross-talk between auxin and other plant signalling pathways.


Elongation Expression IAA Promoter Transport arabidopsis thaliana biosynthesis evolution gene expression metabolism molecular biology molecular mechanisms physiology plant development signal transduction

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