5 edition of Plant functional genomics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Erich Grotewold|
|Series||Methods in molecular biology -- 236, Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.) -- 236|
|LC Classifications||QK981.4 .P56 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 449 p. :|
|Number of Pages||449|
|LC Control Number||2002191349|
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Jun 10, · Khalid Meksem is Professor at the Department of Plant, Soil & General Agriculture of Southern Illinois University. He is associate editor of the Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology and chaired the Functional Genomic Workshop at the International Plant &. Plant genomics is a growing and constantly evolving field of study, one which has gained much ground in past years through the development of advanced research and data management tools.
In Plant Genomics: Methods and Protocols, expert researchers explore the current issues and methodologies of. As more and more plant genomes are sequenced, plant researchers have been inundated with an avalanche of novel methodologies to identify the function of tens of thousands of plant genes.
Plant functional genomics book Plant Functional Genomics, Erich Grotewold has assembled a team of leading plant scientists to describe in detail the most commonly used methods for Author: Erich Grotewold.
Functional genomics is a young discipline whose origin can be traced back to the late s and early s, when molecular tools became available to determine the cellular functions of genes.
Today, functional genomics is p- ceived as the analysis, often large-scale, that bridges the structure and. As the editor Plant functional genomics book this book explains in the preface, `functional genomics' is an extension of the term `genomics', with the latter used to designate the mapping and sequencing of genomes.
Functional genomics, on the other hand, assumes the existence of a complete genome sequence, and then attempts to elucidate the functional properties of each ogmaexpo.coms: 1.
Rapid evolution of novel technologies in functional genomics has also catalyzed a new era of genomics that includes multiple approaches to functionally characterize and manipulate the regulation of genomic information.
The current chapter summarizes earlier as well as novel technologies and their applications in plant functional ogmaexpo.com by: 1. Comprehensive and highly practical, Plant Functional Genomics offers plant biologists readily reproducible computational, molecular, and genetic protocols, powerful tools that will enable them, with little or no experience, successfully to investigate any gene function with the most recent methodologies.
Nov 01, · The term functional genomics can be referred to as the “development and application of global (genome-wide or system-wide) experimental approaches to assess gene function by making use of the information and reagents provided by structural genomics” (Hieter and Boguski, ).
With these approaches the focus of the analysis is shifted from. plant transporters; so much more. Plant Functional Genomics will help speed up the identification and isolation of genes that might be of interest with respect to diverse biological questions.
This valuable contribution to the field clarifies the challenges yet to be faced and the opportunities that could some day expand the frontiers of plant. As a result of the rapid accumulation of DNA sequence information, including the complete genome sequences for several plant species, plant research is focussing increasingly on analysis of gene function.
A book on plant functional genomics is therefore timely and this Cited by: 5. Functional genomics is a young discipline whose origin can be traced back to the late s and early s, when molecular tools became available to determine the cellular functions of genes.
Jul 16, · The implications of genomics with respect to food, feed, and fiber production can be envisioned on many fronts. At the most fundamental level, the advances in genomics will greatly accelerate the acquisition of knowledge and that, in turn, will directly affect many aspects of the processes associated with plant ogmaexpo.com by: Plant Functional Genomics.
sequence information to accelerate progress toward a comprehensive understanding of the genetic mechanisms that control plant growth and development and responses to.
The book reviews and discuss Plant Functional Genomic studies discussing the technologies supporting the genetic improvement of plants and the production of plant varieties more resistant to biotic and abiotic stresses. Several important crops are analysed providing a glimpse on the most up-to-date methods and topics of investigation.
Practical and timely, Plant Functional Genomics: Methods and Protocols, Second Edition highlights the latest developments in DNA sequencing technologies that are likely to continue shaping the future of functional genomics.
Dec 23, · Discover cutting-edge knowledge for engineering a more productive and environment-friendly agriculture. In Plant Functional Genomics, you’ll find a cross-section of state-of-the-art research on the biological function of plant genes and how they work together in health and ogmaexpo.com by: 2.
Get this from a library. Plant functional genomics. [Erich Grotewold;] -- As more and more plant genomes are sequenced, plant researchers have been inundated with an avalanche of novel methodologies to identify the function of tens of thousands of plant genes.
In Plant. Dec 01, · Today, functional genomics is p- ceived as the analysis, often large-scale, that bridges the structure and organi- tion of genomes and the assessment of gene function. The completion in of the genome sequence of Arabidopsis thaliana has created a number of new and exciting challenges in plant functional ogmaexpo.com: Erich Grotewold.
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Plant genomics aims to sequence, characterize, and study the genetic compositions, structures, organizations, functions, and interactions/networks of an entire plant genome.
Its development and advances are tightly interconnected with proteomics, metabolomics, metagenomics, transgenomics, genomic selection, bioinformatics, epigenomics, phenomics, system biology, modern instrumentation.
To make it more inclusive, this second volume in the Molecular Plant Biology Handbook Series is divided into four main parts: * Transcriptome Analysis * Gene Silencing, Mutation Analysis, and Functional Genomics * Computational Analysis * Functional Genomics and Emerging Technologies Each chapter introduces the subject comprehensively, and.Plant functional genomics has benefited largely from genomic research performed on model organisms such as yeast, nematodes, flies and mice, not forgetting the tech.Mar 01, · A book on plant functional genomics is therefore timely and this substantial volume is to be welcomed.
It is an updated and expanded version of a French edition, published in by INRA, which provides a large proportion of the contributors. Its coverage of the topic is Cited by: 5.