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Iino, Moritoshi

Light Sensing in Plants

Iino, Moritoshi - Light Sensing in Plants, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I.Prologue

1. History and Insights
Masaki Furuya

Part II.Phytochrome

2. Phytochrome Overview
Peter H. Quail

3. Evolutionary Selection of Phytochrome Chromophores
Takayuki Kohchi

4. Tertiary and Quaternary Structures of Phytochrome A
Masayoshi Nakasako, Satoru Tokutomi

5. Interactions of the Arabidopsis Type II Phytochromes
Robert Sharrock

6. A Structure—Function Model Based on Inter-Domain Crosstalks in Phytochromes
Jeong-Il Kim, Pill-Soon Song

7. Functions of Different Domains of Phytochrome
Akira Nagatani

8. Light Regulation of Intracellular Localization of Phytochrome B
Eberhard Schäfer, Ferenc Nagy

9. Photoregulation of Cytoplasmic Motility
Shingo Takagi

10. Polymorphism of Phytochrome A and Its Functional Implications
Vitaly A. Sineshchekov

11. Phytochromes and Functions: Studies Using Gene Targeting in Physcomitrella
Jon Hughes, Gerhard Brücker, Alexander Repp, Mathias Zeidler, Franz Mittmann

12. Distinct Functions of Phytochromes on the Photomorphogenesis in Rice
Makoto Takano, Xianzhi Xie, Noritoshi Inagaki, Tomoko Shinomura

Part III.Cryptochrome

13. Cryptochrome Overview
Anthony R. Cashmore

14. Early Events Triggered by Light Activation of the Arabidopsis CRY1 Blue-Light Photoreceptor
Jean-Pierre Bouly, Baldissera Giovani, Margaret Ahmad

Part IV.Phototropin

15. Phototropin Overview
Winslow R. Briggs

16. Proton Transfer Reactions in LOV-Domain Photochemistry
Roberto A. Bogomolni, Trevor E. Swartz, Winslow R. Briggs

17. Vibrational Spectroscopy Explores the Photoreaction of LOV Domains
Joachim Heberle

18. LOV Domain-Containing Proteins in Arabidopsis
Trevor E. Swartz, Winslow R. Briggs, Roberto A. Bogomolni

19. Phototropin Phosphorylation
Wolfhart Rüdiger

20. NPH3 and RPT2: Signal Transducers in Phototropin Signaling Pathways
Tatsuya Sakai

21. Molecular Mechanism of Blue Light Response in Stomatal Guard Cells
Ken-ichiro Shimazaki

22. Chloroplast Photorelocation Movement
Masamitsu Wada

Part V.Other Photoreceptors

23. Structural Dynamics of the Signal Termination Process in Rhodopsin
David L. Farrens

24. Participation of Internal Water Molecules and Clusters in the Unidirectional Light-Induced Proton Transfer in Bacteriorhodopsin
Akio Maeda, Sergei P. Balashov, Thomas G. Ebrey

25. Phototaxis Photoreceptor in Euglena gracilis
Donat-Peter Häder, Maria Ntefidou, Mineo Iseki, Masakatsu Watanabe

26. A Flavin Mononucleotide-Binding Aquaporin in the Plant Plasma Membrane: A Candidate for Photoreceptor?
Rainer Hertel

27. Green Light Effects on Plant Growth and Development
Kevin M. Folta

28. Photoreceptors in Avian Magnetoreception
Thorsten Ritz

Part VI.Signal Transduction

29. Light Control of Plant Development: A Role of the Ubiquitin/Proteasome-Mediated Proteolysis
Yuki Yanagawa, Suhua Feng, Xing Wang Deng

30. Phytochrome and COP1 Regulates Abundance of Phytochrome Interacting Factor 3
Ferenc Nagy, Eberhard Schäfer

31. Roles Played by Auxin in Phototropism and Photomorphogenesis
Moritoshi Iino, Ken Haga

32. The Effect of Light and Gravity on Hypocotyl Growth Orientation
Patricia Lariguet, Christian Fankhauser

33. Convergence of Phytochrome and Cryptochrome Signalling
Jorge José Casal

34. Downstream Integrators of Red, Far-Red, and Blue Light Signaling for Photomorphogenesis
Min Ni

35. Signal Transduction Pathways Regulating Chromatic Adaptation
Richard M. Alvey, Lina Li, Barbara E. Balabas, Laura Seib, Emily L. Stowe-Evans, David M. Kehoe

36. Components of Light-Induced Signal Transduction in Cyanobacteria
Wolfgang Gärtner

37. Light Signal Transduction Coupled with Reactive Oxygen Species in Neurospora crassa
Kohji Hasunuma, Yusuke Yoshida, Bumkyu Lee

Part VII.Photoperiodism and Circadian Rhythm

38. Light Regulation of Flowering Time in Arabidopsis
Xuhong Yu, Chentao Lin

39. Comparative Molecular Biology in Photoperiodic Flowering Between the Short-Day Plant Rice and the Long-Day Plant Arabidopsis
Takeshi Izawa

40. The Photoperiodic Control of Flowering in Rice, a Short-Day Plant
Ko Shimamoto, Shuji Yokoi

41. ZEITLUPE and the Control of Circadian Timing
David E. Somers

Part VIII.Epilogue

42. Epilogue: Eighteen Years of Progress in Photomorphogenesis
Winslow R. Briggs

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Keywords: SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Biology / General SCI008000

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Natural Sciences
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Ebook
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9784431270928

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