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Title Receptor-like kinases in plants : from development to defense / Frans Tax, Birgit Kemmerling, editors
Published Heidelberg ; New York : Springer, [2012]
©2012
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Description 1 online resource (viii, 313 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Signaling and communication in plants, 1867-9048
Signaling and communication in plants.
Contents Origin, Diversity, Expansion History, and Functional Evolution of the Plant Receptor-Like Kinase/Pelle Family / Melissa D. Lehti-Shiu, Cheng Zou, Shin-Han Shiu -- Receptor Kinases in Plant Meristem Development / Yvonne Stahl, Rüdiger Simon -- The Social Network: Receptor Kinases and Cell Fate Determination in Plants / Anthony Bryan, Adriana Racolta, Frans Tax -- Experimental Evidence of a Role for RLKs in Innate Immunity / Thomas Boller -- Cell-Death Control by Receptor Kinases in Arabidopsis thaliana / Jia Li, Junbo Du, Kai He, Xiaoping Gou -- Receptor Kinases Mediating Early Symbiotic Signalling / Esben Bjørn Madsen, Jens Stougaard -- The Cell Wall-Associated Kinases, WAKs, Regulate Cell Expansion and the Stress Response / Bruce D. Kohorn, Susan L. Kohorn -- The Regulation of Pollen-Pistil Interactions by Receptor-Like Kinases / Emily Indriolo, Daphne R. Goring -- Receptor Kinase Interactions: Complexity of Signalling / Milena Roux, Cyril Zipfel -- Ligands of RLKs and RLPs Involved in Defense and Symbiosis / Katharina Mueller, Georg Felix -- Receptor Ligands in Development / Melinka A. Butenko, Reidunn Birgitta Aalen -- Phosphorylation and RLK Signaling / Steven D. Clouse, Michael B. Goshe, Steven C. Huber -- Receptor Trafficking in Plants / Martina Beck, Silke Robatzek -- The Protein Quality Control of Plant Receptor-Like Kinases in the Endoplasmic Reticulum / Zhi Hong, Jianming Li
Summary Annotation Revealed by sequencing projects, receptor kinases are the largest group of primary signal transducers in plants. Their abundance hints at an immense network that we have just begun to reveal. This volume focuses on their role, signaling paths, and regulation
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink; viewed Apr. 5, 2012)
Subject Plant cellular signal transduction.
Plant enzymes.
Life sciences.
Cell receptors.
Cytology.
Cell membranes.
Plant physiology.
Cell Membrane.
Plant Physiological Phenomena.
Plants -- enzymology.
Plants.
Signal Transduction.
Form Electronic book
Author Tax, Frans (Franciscus Eligius)
Kemmerling, Birgit, 1970-
LC no. 2011944013
ISBN 9783642230448 (electronic bk.)
364223044X (electronic bk.)