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Title Environmental stressors and gene responses / edited by K.B. Storey and J.M. Storey
Edition 1st ed
Published Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 2000

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Description 1 online resource (xix, 303 pages) : illustrations
Series Cell and molecular responses to stress ; v. 1
Cell and molecular responses to stress ; v. 1.
Contents Chapter 1. Cell Homeostasis and Stress at Year 2000-Two Solitudes and Two Research Approaches -- Chapter 2. Quantitative design of muscle energy metabolism for steady-state work -- Chapter 3. Adaptation and Divergence in Stressful Environments -- Chapter 4. Stress and the Geographic Distribution of Marine and Terrestrial Animals -- Chapter 5. The Evolution of Thermal Sensitivity in Changing Environments -- Chapter 6. Adaptations of the Cell Membrane for Life in Extreme Environments -- Chapter 7. Cell and Molecular Responses to Hypoxic Stress -- Chapter 8. Molecular and Cellular Stress Pathways In Ischemic Heart Disease: Targets for Regulated Gene Therapy- Keith A. Webster -- Chapter 9. Cellular and molecular basis of stress heart -- Chapter 10. Transcriptional response to hyperosmotic stress -- Chapter 11. The activation of trans-acting factors in response to hypo- and hyper-osmotic stress in mammalian cells -- Chapter 12. Osmotic regulation of DNA activity and the cell cycle -- Chapter 13. Life without water: Responses of prokaryotes to desiccation -- Chapter 14. Stress response in marine sponges: Genes and molecules involved and their use as biomarkers -- Chapter 15. The effects of bioenergetic stress and redox balance on the expression of genes critical to mitochondrial function -- Chapter 16. The heat shock response of tropical and desert fish (genus Poeciliopsis) -- Chapter 17. The molecular biological approach to understanding freezing-tolerance in the model plant, Arabidopsis thaliana -- Chapter 18. Molecular regulation of insect diapause -- Chapter 19. How do deep-sea microorganisms respond to changes in environmental pressure? -- Chapter 20. Signaling in copper ion homeostasis
Summary Cell and Molecular Responses to Stress is a new multi-volume book series from Elsevier Science that focuses on how organisms respond at a molecular level to environmental stresses imposed upon them. All organisms deal with variations in multiple environmental factors including temperature, oxygen, salinity, and water availability. Many show amazing tolerances to extreme stress with remarkable biochemical adaptations that allow life to persist under very difficult circumstances. This series explores the molecular mechanisms by which cells and organisms respond to stress, focusing on the variations in metabolic response that allow some cells and organisms to deal with extreme stress, others to endure stress within strict limits, and others to have a very low tolerance for changes in environmental parameters. Articles from within the series highlight the elastic limits of molecular responses in Nature, with examples drawn from animal, plant and bacteria systems. Volume 1, begins by considering some of the roles of environmental stress in determining the geographic distribution of animals and in promoting species divergence and then explores gene expression and metabolic responses to environmental stress with examples of adaptation to high and low temperature, osmotic, anoxia/ischemia, desiccation, high pressure and heavy metal stresses
Analysis stress
stressreactie
stress response
genexpressie
gene expression
stressfactoren
stress factors
stresstolerantie
stress tolerance
Environmental Physiology, Stress Physiology
Omgevingsfysiologie, Stressfysiologie
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Stress (Physiology)
Pathology, Cellular.
Stress (Physiology) -- Molecular aspects
Homeostasis -- genetics
Stress -- genetics
Adaptation, Physiological -- genetics
Energy Metabolism -- genetics
Molecular Biology
SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Anatomy & Physiology.
Pathology, Cellular.
Stress (Physiology)
Umwelt
Molekularbiologie
Genexpression
Stressreaktion
Stressor
Stress.
Stressoren (fysiologie)
Moleculaire genetica.
Stress -- Aspect physiologique.
Stress -- Aspect mol├ęculaire.
Cytopathologie.
R├ęsistance au stress.
Form Electronic book
Author Storey, K. B. (Kenneth B.)
Storey, J. M. (Janet M.)
ISBN 9780444504883
0444504885
9780080531120
0080531121