2 edition of Gene expression in crop plants found in the catalog.
Gene expression in crop plants
Warmbrodt, Robert D.
|Statement||Robert D. Warmbrodt and Virginia Stone.|
|Series||Quick bibliography series -- QB 91-111., Quick bibliography series -- 91-111.|
|Contributions||Stone, Virginia., National Agricultural Library (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||77|
Plant transformation has enabled fundamental insights into plant biology and revolutionized commercial agriculture. Unfortunately, for most crops, transformation and regeneration remain arduous even after more than 30 years of technological advances. Genome editing provides novel opportunities to enhance crop productivity but relies on genetic transformation and plant regeneration, which are Cited by: This book reviews the available methodologies and devotes chapters to transgenic plants that were produced for crop improvement and for yielding valuable products. Also, information is provided on the ability to regulate the expression of alien genes in specific organs and in response to defined effectors and environmental conditions.
Gene Expression in Vegetative Organs 2. Gene Expression in Reproductive Organs 3. Gene Expression in Seeds 4. Gene Expression in Fruits. Successful studies on gene expression in plants are undoubtedly due to the contribution of early botanical monograph in which cytological structure and function of organs were defined. A technique for determining expression of a particular gene. It uses reverse transcriptase and DNA polymerase to synthesize cDNA from all the mRNA in a sample and then subjects the cDNA to PCR amplification using primers specific for the genes of interest. List at least three different properties that have been acquired by crop plants via.
Gene pyramiding is arranging multiple genes leading to simultaneous expression more than one gene in a cultivar to produce long lasting resistance expression of genes in which success depends on. Regulation of gene expression and metabolic engineering of plants play critical roles in maintaining plant performance under stress conditions. Among the metabolic pathways, understanding the roles of redox, protein (mainly functional proteins and regulatory proteins) carbohydrate, osmolyte, and phytohormone homeostasis are of considerable Author: Omid Askari-Khorasgani, Mohammad Pessarakli.
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J.A. Gatehouse, in Plant Biochemistry, CONCLUSION. The regulation of gene expression in plants, as in other higher eukaryotes, is a subject of daunting heless, even a partial understanding of how plant genes work, in conjunction with the methods of molecular biology and plant tissue cultures, opens the door to a dazzling array of techniques for manipulating various.
Get this from a library. Gene expression in crop plants: January - March [Robert D Warmbrodt; Virginia Stone; National Agricultural Library (U.S.)]. The use of transient expression systems for crop plants will facilitate rapid evaluation of transgenes in crop plants.
This book highlights a wide range of current research tools and enabling technologies to improve crop plants, with special emphasis on next generation approaches for engineering complex traits and value added products that will.
The book discusses topics such as the genetic manipulation in plants; genetic engineering of crops for insect and herbicide resistance; the expression of heat shock gene in transgenic plants; and tuber-specific gene expression.
The book also covers topics such as regulation of Gene expression in crop plants book expression in transgenic tomato plants; the molecular biology.
Gene stacking technology is useful in achieving insect and disease resistance, multiple resistance, abiotic stress tolerance, quality enrichment and manipulation of metabolic pathways in crop plants Future thrust. () thought that four signal pathways regulating the gene expression were involved in plant drought, cold and salinity responses, in which two were ABA-dependent (I and II), and two were non-ABA-dependent (III and IV).
The gene expression depends on ABA accumulation in plants, which would change with the content of ABA. Plants, Genes, and Agriculture Sustainability through Biotechnology. First Edition. Edited by Maarten J.
Chrispeels and Paul Gepts. Sinauer Associates is an imprint of Oxford University Press. Presents biological, economic, and sociocultural issues at an introductory level. This book reviews the available methodologies and devotes chapters to transgenic plants that were produced for crop improvement and for yielding valuable products.
Also, information is provided on the ability to regulate the expression of alien genes in specific organs and in response to defined effectors and environmental conditions. Development of transgenic crop plants, their utilization for improved agriculture, health, ecology and environment and their socio-political impacts are currently important fields in education, research and industries and also of interest to policy makers, social activists and regulatory and funding agencies.
This book explores the discovery of novel genes and key metabolic pathways associated with micronutrient use efficiency in plants, and the analyses of gene expression patterns in plants in. This achievement has been made possible by continued advances in understanding the basic molecular biology of regulatory sequences to modulate gene expression, enhancement of protein synthesis and new technologies for transformation of crop plants.
This book has three sections that encompass knowledge on genetically modified (GM) food crops. This book deals with the fundamentals and intricacies of the regulation of gene expression in plants, and the impact that this regulation has on plant development.
Although the book mostly presents facts at an in-depth, molecular level, focusing in particular on the role of RNA, it does not lose sight of the cellular, organellar and Author: Henrik Aronsson, Paul Jarvis.
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Through RNA interference, or the process of temporarily barring gene expression, Monsanto scientists have been able to stop a pest from eating crops by spraying RNA that shuts down a gene Author: Abbey Interrante. The expression level of gene 1 in plants with a wild-type phenotype was almost identical to that of the wild-type control.
In contrast, the expression level in the transgenic line with a strong mutant phenotype was almost the same as that in the single mutant. When we transformed ap mutant plants with the construct, five of 18 Cited by: Iron is one of the important micronutrients that is required for crop productivity and yield-related traits.
To address the Fe homeostasis in crop plants, multiple transporters belonging to the category of major facilitator superfamily are being explored.
In this direction, earlier vacuolar iron transporters (VITs) have been reported and characterized functionally to address biofortification Author: Shivani Sharma, Gazaldeep Kaur, Anil Kumar, Varsha Meena, Hasthi Ram, Jaspreet Kaur, Ajay Kumar Pand.
The expression of a gene to form a polypeptide occurs in two major steps. What are these two steps in their correct chronological order. If you thought about DNA as the book of life, then: A. the sugars are the words, the phosphate groups are The loss of genetic diversity among crop plants is risky.
Organisms that we want to kill may. The biomarker gene set was identified by statistical analysis of leaf gene expression data from plants grown to V6 stage, although the biomarker response was equally quantitative in roots and in leaf tissues from all development stages tested, including V3, V12, and R2, as well as multiple additional developmental stages (data not shown).
Transcriptional expression analysis in resynthesized Brassica allopolyploids showed that gene expression changes occurred soon after the initial genome merger and allopolyploidization These Cited by: Gene construct Apart from the gene of interest itself, a so-called promoter ("starter") and a terminator ("stop signal") are required for expression.
In most cases, additional sequences are included, e.g. marker genes, which are also accompanied by a promoter and a terminator. A group led by Dr. Yi Li of University of Connecticut, USA has developed a technique to reliably create desirable mutations in crop plants without introducing any Cited by: Keywords: CRISPR/Cas system, genome editing, nutrition improvement, disease resistance, metabolic engineering, gene expression regulation, CRISPR ribonucleoproteins.
Citation: Arora L and Narula A () Gene Editing and Crop Improvement Using CRISPR-Cas9 System. Front. Plant Sci.
doi: /fplsCited by: Volume 1 with ten chapters contributed by 31 eminent scientists from nine countries deliberates on the basic concepts, strategies and tools for development of transgenic crop plants, including topics such as: explants used for the generation of transgenic plants, gene transfer methods, organelle transformation, selection and screening.