Plant Gene Silencing M.A. Matzke

ISBN: 9789401058216

Published: October 9th 2012

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298 pages


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Plant Gene Silencing  by  M.A. Matzke

Plant Gene Silencing by M.A. Matzke
October 9th 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 298 pages | ISBN: 9789401058216 | 9.18 Mb

This book is an up-to-date and comprehensive collection of reviews on various aspects of epigenetic gene silencing in plants. Research on this topic has undergone explosive growth during the past decade and has revealed novel features of geneMoreThis book is an up-to-date and comprehensive collection of reviews on various aspects of epigenetic gene silencing in plants.

Research on this topic has undergone explosive growth during the past decade and has revealed novel features of gene regulation and plant defense responses that also apply to animals and fungi. Gene silencing is relevant for agricultural biotechnology because stable expression of transgenes is required for the successful commercialization of genetically engineered crops.

The reviews have been written by distinguished authors who have made significant contributions to plant gene silencing research. This volume supersedes other books on gene silencing by focussing on plant systems, where many pioneering experiments have been performed, and by including the latest developments from top laboratories.

The book is geared toward advanced students of genetics and plant sciences as well as applied and basic research scientists who work with transgenic organisms and epigenetic regulation of gene expression.



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