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Plant Centromere Biology is dedicated to plantcentromere research. Chapters cover the structure of centromeresfrom several plant species including Arabidopsis thaliana, rice,maize, wheat and beet, while other sections cover several uniquecharacteristics associated with plant centromeres, includingclassical and modern neocentromeres, centromere drive andcentromere misdivision. Additional chapters are dedicated toepigenetic modification and evolution of plant centromeres, anddevelopment and application of plant artificialchromosomes. Written by an international group of experts in the field,…mehr

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Plant Centromere Biology is dedicated to plantcentromere research. Chapters cover the structure of centromeresfrom several plant species including Arabidopsis thaliana, rice,maize, wheat and beet, while other sections cover several uniquecharacteristics associated with plant centromeres, includingclassical and modern neocentromeres, centromere drive andcentromere misdivision. Additional chapters are dedicated toepigenetic modification and evolution of plant centromeres, anddevelopment and application of plant artificialchromosomes. Written by an international group of experts in the field, PlantCentromere Biology is a valuable handbook for all plantscientists working on plant genome research. Beyond thebench, it can also serve as a helpful reference tool or textbookfor upper level college classes on cytogenetics or genomeanalysis.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 208
  • Erscheinungstermin: 14.01.2013
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781118525685
  • Artikelnr.: 37757085
Autorenporträt
Jiming Jiang is a Professor of Horticulture at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His research focuses on plant molecular cytogenetics, plant centromeres, potato breeding and genomics. In addition to his research activities Dr. Jiang also teaches a course on introductory cytogenetics, and he is an elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. James A. Birchler is Curators Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia. His lab studies gene expression in multicellular eukaryotes at the gene and chromosomal level, using maize and Drosophila as experimental organisms. Dr. Birchler has published widely in such journals as The New Phytologist, The Plant Cell, and Genes and Chromatin, and he is an elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Inhaltsangabe
Contributors vii Preface ix Chapter 1 Arabidopsis Centromeres 3 Minoru Murata Chapter 2 Rice Centromeres 15 Jiming Jiang Chapter 3 Maize Centromeres 25 Gernot Presting Chapter 4 A Molecular Cytogenetic Analysis of the Structure
Evolution
and Epigenetic Modifi cations of Major DNA Sequences in Centromeres of Beta Species 39 Falk Zakrzewski
Beatrice Weber
and Thomas Schmidt Chapter 5 Centromere Synteny among Brachypodium
Wheat
and Rice 57 Lili Qi
Bernd Friebe
and Bikram S. Gill Chapter 6 CENH3 for Establishing and Maintaining Centromeres 67 Inna Lermontova and Ingo Schubert Chapter 7 Holokinetic Centromeres 83 Stefan Heckmann and Andreas Houben Chapter 8 Is the Heterochromatin of Meiotic Neocentromeres a Remnant of the Early Evolution of the Primitive Centromere? 95 María J. Puertas and Alfredo Villasante Chapter 9 Misdivision of Centromeres 111 Adam J. Lukaszewski Chapter 10 Female Meiotic Drive in Monkeyfl owers: Insight into the Population Genetics of Selfi sh Centromeres 129 Lila Fishman Chapter 11 Plant Centromere Epigenetics 147 Ryan N. Douglas and James A. Birchler Chapter 12 Centromere Evolution 159 Jiming Jiang Chapter 13 Centromere-Mediated Generation of Haploid Plants 169 Maruthachalam Ravi and Simon W.-L. Chan Chapter 14 Engineered Plant Chromosomes 183 Robert T. Gaeta and James A. Birchler Index 193 Color plate is located between pages 182 and 183