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  • Living reference work
  • © 2020

Molecular Biology

  • Available in both print and online

  • The online text will be regularly updated to enable the reference to remain a useful authoritative resource

  • Contains ten comprehensive volumes, with approximately 20-30 chapters per volume

Part of the book series: The Plant Sciences (PLANTSCI, volume 1)

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Table of contents (13 entries)

  1. Cytoplasm: ER Stress

    • Stephen Howell
  2. Nucleus and Genome: DNA Recombination and Repair

    • Susan Schröpfer, Alexander Knoll, Oliver Trapp, Holger Puchta
  3. Nucleus and Genome: DNA Replication

    • Crisanto Gutierrez, Joana Sequeira-Mendes, Irene Aragüez
  4. Nucleus and Genome: Small RNAs

    • So Youn Won, Rae Eden Yumul, Xuemei Chen
  5. Nucleus and Genome: Telomeres

    • Andrew D. L. Nelson, Mark A. Beilstein, Dorothy E. Shippen
  6. Plant Circadian Network: An Integrative View

    • Jordi Malapeira, Reyes Benlloch, Rossana Henriques, Paloma Mas
  7. Signaling: Auxin Signaling

    • Catherine Perrot-Rechenmann
  8. Signaling: COP9 Signalosome

    • Anna Franciosini, Giovanna Serino, Xing-Wang Deng
  9. Signaling: Cytokinin Signaling

    • Chia-Yi Cheng, Joseph J. Kieber
  10. Stress Signaling Networks: Drought Stress

    • Takashi Kuromori, Junya Mizoi, Taishi Umezawa, Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozaki, Kazuo Shinozaki

About this book

The aim of this project is to produce a the world’s most comprehensive reference in plant sciences. The Plant Sciences will be published both in print and online; the online text will be regularly updated to enable the reference to remain a useful authoritative resource for decades to come. The aim is to provide a sustainable superstructure on which can be built further volumes as plant science evolves. The first edition will contain ten volumes, with approximately 20-30 chapters per volume. The target audience for the initial ten volumes will be upper-division undergraduates, as well as graduate students and practitioners looking for an entry into a particular topic. The Encyclopedia will provide both background and essential information in plant biology. Topics will include plant genetics, genomics, biochemistry, natural products, proteins, cell biology, development, reproduction, physiology, ecology, evolution, systematics, biodiversity, and applications, including crop improvement and non-food applications.

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Editors and Affiliations

  • Ames, USA

    Stephen H. Howell

About the editor

Stephen H. Howell
Iowa State University, Plant Sciences Institute, Genetics, Development and Cell Biology Department, Ames, IA, USA

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