Best Books – Inducible Gene Expression in Plants

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Inducible Gene Expression In Plants subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Inducible Gene Expression In Plants along with reviews.

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1. “Inducible Gene Expression in Plants (Cabi)” by Paul Reynolds
2. “Stress-Inducible Processes in Higher Eukaryotic Cells” by Thomas M Koval

“Stress-Inducible Processes in Higher Eukaryotic Cells” Book Review: This book is written for scientists researching eukaryotic cells and for people who are interested in learning about this topic. This book includes the most recent information eukaryotic systems ranging from plants to humans. The author unifies the concepts and hypotheses for better understanding. This book also examines the similarities among inducible responses initiated by a variety of agents.

3. “Construction of a High-Throughput Vector for Inducible Gene Suppression in Plants and Its Application in Control of Flowering Time” by Nai Wang
4. “Characterization and Expression of Abscisic Acid Inducible Gene(s)” by Abou Ali Rania M I and Bahieldin Ahmed

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“Characterization and Expression of Abscisic Acid Inducible Gene(s)” Book Review: This book is written for scientists researching abscisic acid inducible genes and for people who are interested in learning about this topic. This will contain information that will help the reader understand the molecular mechanism of ABA and the elucidation of the biochemical changes at a molecular level. It also contains information about the possible usage of the identified stress gene to improve the stress (abiotic and/or biotic) tolerance of economic crops by gene manipulation.

5. “Inducible Gene Expression, Volume 1: Environmental Stresses and Nutrients (Progress in Gene Expression)” by P A Baeuerle
6. “Stress-Inducible Cellular Responses (Experientia Supplementum)” by Barbara Polla and R I Morimoto
7. “Inducible Regulation of Gastrin Gene Expression During Helicobacter Pylori Infection” by Tamara L Tucker
8. “Ecdysone: From Metabolism to Regulation of Gene Expression” by Mary Bownes

“Ecdysone: From Metabolism to Regulation of Gene Expression” Book Review: This book is written for people enrolled in courses that teach biology and people who are interested in learning about gene expression. This book presents papers from the Seventh Ecdysone Workshop held in Edinburgh, UK from March 31 to April 3, 1985. Topics like biosynthesis, distribution, and metabolism of ecdysteroids are elaborately explained in this book. Other topics like the ecdysteroid action and hormone receptors and the ecdysone inducible genes are also included. The author also provides information on hormone and oogenesis and the interactions with other hormones. This book also contains practical applications of ecdysteroid studies.

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9. “Developmental Regulation of Plant Gene Expression (Plant Biotechnology Series)” by Don Grierson

“Developmental Regulation of Plant Gene Expression (Plant Biotechnology Series)” Book Review: This book is written for people enrolled in courses that teach biology and people who are interested in learning about plant gene expression. This book contains information about the molecular basis of plant growth and development. The author also talks about the ability to generate a fivefold change in plant height by overexpression of a single gene. Reviews about our progress in our understanding of the molecular basis of hormone are also included. Topics like tuber development, seed protein synthesis and deposition, fruit ripening, and self-recognition during pollination are elaborately explained in this book.

10. “Regulation of Gene Expression in Plants: The Role of Transcript Structure and Processing” by Carole L Bassett
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