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xii, 202 p. : ill.
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xxii, 495 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Plenary Lectures.- Plant Biotechnology and Crop Improvement in China.- Facing the Future with Pharmaceuticals from Plants.- Embryogenesis In Vitro.- Multigene Strategies for Engineering the Phytoremediation of Mercury and Arsenic.- Molecular Control of S-RNase-based Self-Incompatibility.- The Use of Sexual Model Systems to Identify Elements of Apomixis.- Agricultural Biotechnology in China: Past, Present and Future.- Current Advances in Plant Tissue Culture Techniques.- Regulation of Plant Morphogenesis In Vitro: Role of Ethylene and Polyamines.- Lingfasu and Its Use on Plant Tissue Culture In Vitro.- PPV-Specific Hairpin RNAs is an Effective Method for Plum Pox Potyvirus Resistance.- An Efficient Novel Method of Producing Virus Free Plants from Garlic Root Meristem.- Site-Directed Homologous Recombination in Tobacco Cell Cultures via Zinc Finger Nucleases.- Generation of Genetically Modified Strawberries in Temporary Immersion Bioreactor System.- Current Advances in Plant Molecular Biology.- The Positioning of the Division Plane Is Determined by a Cortical Division Site at the Plasma Membrane.- Repression of Plant Gene Expression via Chromosomal Remodelling Using Histone Deacetylases.- Functional Genomics.- DNA-METHYLTRANSFERASE 1 is a Member of FIS Polycomb Complex and is Involved in Seed Development in Arabidopsis.- Integrating Transcriptional and Metabolic Profiling to Unravel Secondary Metabolite Biosynthesis in Plants.- Plant Transformation Technology.- Application of Two New Selectable Marker Genes dsdA and dao1 in Maize Transformation.- Efficient Agrobacterium-Mediated Transformation of Various Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Genotypes.- In vitro System as the Model for Discovery in Molecular Biology.- Use of Alfalfa In Vitro Cultures in Studies on Regulation of Cyclin-Dependent Kinase (CDK) Functions.- Phytohormone Regulation of Cotton Fiber Development In Vitro.- Patterns of Growth and Cell Death in Diploid Arabidopsis Cell Cultures with Synchronised Cell Cycle.- Molecular Control of Abiotic Resistance.- Engineering of Reactive Species Detoxification Pathways for Increasing Stress Tolerance in Plants.- Orchid Flower Fragrance Biosynthesis Pathway and Its Key Enzyme Geranyl Diphosphate Synthase.- Cytokinin Function in Drought Stress Response and Subsequent Recovery.- Xenogenomics: Bioprospecting for Genetic Determinants of Cold and Freezing Stress Tolerance in the Cryophilic Antarctic Hair Grass Deschampsia antarctica E. Desv.- Plant Insect Interaction.- Biotechnological Control of Plant Parasitic Nematodes.- Molecular Basis of Colorado Potato Beetle Adaptation to Potato Defence Mechanisms.- Molecular Mechanisms on Plant-Microbe Interactions.- An Arabidopsis Nudix Hydrolase Modulates the Innate Immune Response Independent of NPR1 and Salicylate.- RNA-Mediated Resistance to Cassava Geminiviruses in Transgenic Cassava.- The Molecular Basis of Cold-Induced Pollen Sterility in Rice.- Regulation of the Rice NADPH Oxidase by Binding of Small GTPase Rac and Ca2+ to Its N-terminal Extension.- Post-Transcriptional Gene Silencing of the p23 Silencing Suppressor of Citrus tristeza Virus Confers Resistance to the Virus in Transgenic Mexican Lime.- Phloem Feeding Regulates the Plant Defense Pathways Responding to Both Aphid Infestation and Pathogen Infection.- Metabolic Engineering.- Towards Metabolic Engineering of Carotenoid Content in Sweet-orange (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osb.).- Engineering New Crops for Safe Castor Oil Production.- Biochemical and Structural Bases for (Iso)flavonoid Biosynthetic Diversity.- Utilization of Plant Metabolic Engineering for Production of Pharmaceuticals in Tea.- Improving Nutritional Quality of Crops.- Success Towards Alleviating Peanut Allergy: The Major Allergen Ara h 2 is Silenced via RNA Interfere (RNAi).- Transgenic Poplar for Phytoremediation.- The Africa Biofortified Sorghum Project- Applying Biotechnology to Develop Nutritionally Improved Sorghum for Africa.- Genetic Engineering of Strawberry for Taste Improvement and Enhanced Disease Resistance by Introduction of thauII Gene.- Genetic Engineering of Crops for Improved Nutritional Quality.- Transcriptome Profiling of Wheat Genotypes Differing in Bread Baking Quality under Different Environments.- Signal Transduction.- Cotton 14-3-3L Gene Is Preferentially Expressed in Fiber.- Inositol Polyphosphate 6-/3-kinase (AtIpk2?), an Early Auxin-Responsive Gene, Positively Regulates Axillary Shoot Branching in Arabidopsis thaliana.- Apomixis.- Genetic Analyses of Aposporous Embryo Sac Formation in Sorghum.- Epigenetic Regulation of Seed Development.- Biotechnology in Cereals.- Optimisation of Tissue Culture, Regeneration and Agrobacterium-Mediated Transformation Paramaters in Winter Wheat Cultivars (T.durumcv. Kiziltan-91 and T.aestivum cv. Bezostaja-01).- Enhancement of the Brassinosteroid Biosynthesis Pathway Improves Grain Yield in Rice.- Functional Genomics of Hexaploid Wheat.- Biotechnology in Economic Crops.- Isolation and Characterization of Senescence-Associated Ethylene Genes from Dendrobium Orchids.- Biotechnological Improvement of Forage Crops.- Biotechnology in Medicinal, Woody and Horticultural Plants.- Lignan and Norlignan Biosynthesis and Biotechnology.- Polyketide Metabolism in Hypericum perforatum and Related Species.- In Vitro Selection and Molecular Markers for Early Screening of Fusarium Head Blight Resistance Wheat.- The Geo-Model for Cell Wall Formation: A Design Tool for Plants.- Tissue Culture for Biodiversity Preservation.- Integrating In Vitro Methods for Propagating and Preserving Endangered Plants.- Micropropagation and Germplasm Conservation of Staple Food Crops and Traditional Medicinal Plants in Micronesia.- Efficient In Vitro Bulblet Regeneration from Immature Embryos of Endemic and Endangered Geophyte Species in Sternbergia, Muscari and Fritillaria Genera.- In Vitro Strategies for Conservation of Plant Diversity in India.- Plants as Bioreacter/Molecular Pharming.- Molecular Farming in Plants: An Update.- In Vivo and In Vitro Studies on Huperzine A Producing Ferns.- Production of Recombinant Antibodies in Pea Seeds and Their Oral Application in Piglets.- Molecular Breeding.- Breeding for Improved and Novel Starch Characteristics in Potato.- Biofortification of Cassava Using Molecular Breeding.- Evaluation of GM Poplars Expressing Relevant Traits for Herbicide Tolerance, Disease Resistance and Production of Pharmaceutics:Biochemical, Molecular and Microbiological Studies on Plants and Detection of Transgene Sequences in Soil.- Molecular Breeding of Low-Phytic-Acid Grains in Rice by Using the Promoter of 18 kDa Oleosin.- Regeneration, Micropropagation and Industrialization.- A Highly Efficient Protocol for Micropropagation of North American Ginseng.- The Use of Tissue Culture for Successful and Sustainable Cane.- Development of Subclonal Variants from Interspecific Hybrids of Sugarcane.- Forcing and In Vitro Establishment of Softwood Shoots from Large Stem Segments of Woody Plants.- Protoplasts, Haploids and Embryo Culture in Crop Improvement.- Introgression Breeding Program in Lolium/Festuca Complex Using Androgenesis.- Recent Advances in Anther Culture of Coconut(Cocos nucifera L.).- Protoplast Isolation and Cultivation from Embryogenic Suspension Cultures and Leaves of Grapevines (Vitis L.).- Protoplast Technology and Citrus Improvement.- Microspore Embryogenesis in the Apiaceae.- Technology Transfer to Developing Countries.- Integration of Cold Signal Transduction Pathway Related to ABA 8'-hydroxylase in Arabidopsis.- Rice Genetics and Genomics Information as the Ultimate Tool for Rice Improvement.- The Development of Agricultural Biotechnology Capacities in Palestine through the UNESCO Biotechnology Educational and Training Center at Bethlehem University.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781402066344 20160605
This timely work is a collection of papers presented at the XIth international congress of the International Association of Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology. It continues the tradition of the IAPTC&B in publishing the proceedings of its congresses. The work is an up-to-date report on the most significant advances in plant tissue culture and biotechnology as presented by leading international scientists. It will be crucial reading for agricultural scientists, among others.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781402066344 20160605
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