Biochemistry and Physiology of Plant Hormones by Thomas C. Moore (auth.)

By Thomas C. Moore (auth.)

Biochemistry and body structure oj Plant Hormones is meant essentially as a textbook or significant reference for a one-term intermediate-level or complex path facing hormonal legislation of development and improvement of seed vegetation for college kids majoring in biology, botany, and utilized botany fields comparable to agronomy, forestry, and horticulture. also, it's going to be worthy to others who desire to get to grips with the subject with regards to their imperative scholar or expert pursuits in comparable fields. it's assumed that readers may have a history in basic biology, plant body structure, and biochemistry. The dominant target of Biochemistry and body structure oj Plant Hor­ mones is to summarize, in a fairly balanced and complete method, the present kingdom of our basic wisdom in regards to the significant sorts of hormones and the phytochrome pigment procedure. Written essentially for college kids instead of researchers, the publication is purposely short. Biochemical elements were given precedence deliberately, a bit of on the cost of physiological concerns. There are broad citations of the literature-both outdated and recent-but, it truly is was hoping, no longer a lot documentation as to make the e-book tough to learn. the explicit offerings of courses to quote and illustrations to offer have been made for various purposes, usually to demonstrate old strengthen­ ment, occasionally to demonstrate principles that later proved invalid, sometimes to exemplify conflicting hypotheses, and often to demonstrate the present kingdom of our wisdom approximately hormonal phenomena.

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Growth and division of single cells of higher plants in vitro. J. Gen. Physioi. 43: 841-851. Black, M. and J. Shuttleworth. 1976. Inter-organ effects in the photocontrol of growth. In: Smith. , ed. Light and Plant Development. Butterworth & Company, Limited, London. pp. 317-331. Bonner, J. 1965. The Molecular Biology oj Development. Oxford University Press, New York. Bonner, J. and A. W. Galston. 1952. Principles oj Plant Physiology. W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco. Boss, M. L. 1964. Equational relations between nutrient quantities and cellular growth.

One could say that the development of the hormone concept in general had its beginning as long ago as 1758 when Duhamel du Monceau, a Frenchman, conducted experiments that led him to conceive of growth correlations in plants brought about by two saps, one moving downward, the other upward. But, actually, the German botanist Julius von Sachs, known as the Father of Plant Physiology, is credited in 1880 with having launched the first theory of substances, which we now call hormones, controlling plant growth.

M. Sussex. 1972. Patterns in Plant Development. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Steward, F. C. 1968. Growth and Organization in Plants. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Reading, Massachusetts. Steward, F. C. 1970. Totipotency, variation and clonal development of cultured cells. Endeavour 29: 117-124. References 27 Steward, F. C. and A. D. Krikorian. 1971. Plants, Chemicals and Growth. Academic Press, New York. Steward, F. , R. F. Lyndon, and J. T. Barber, 1965. Acrylamide gel electrophoresis of soluble, plant proteins: a study on pea seedlings in relation to development.

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