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New books: Polarity in Plants, Plastids

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Tue Jun 15 09:25:37 EST 2004

Book releases from Blackwell Publishing
Polarity in Plants
Edited by Keith Lindsey, University of Durham, UK

Annual Plant Reviews, Volume 12

ISBN: 1-4051-1432-0. 360 pp. Hardcover. June 2004. =A399.50

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This volume provides an account of current=20
research into the mechanisms by which polarity is=20
generated at the level of the cell, organ and=20
organism in plants, drawing especially on recent=20
work with model organisms. The emphasis is on the=20
use of the techniques of molecular genetics to=20
dissect molecular mechanisms.

Edited by Simon Geir M=F8ller, University of Leicester, UK

Annual Plant Reviews, Volume 13

ISBN 1-4051-1882-2, 344 pages, Hardcover, September 2004, =A399.50

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Plastids are essential plant organelles which are=20
vital for life on earth. The most common plastids=20
are chloroplasts, which carry out photosynthesis,=20
produce a variety of essential lipids, amino=20
acids and growth regulators, and are involved in=20
many essential intermediary metabolic pathways.=20
The last decade has seen tremendous advances in=20
plastid research, and advances in our=20
understanding of how plastids function offer the=20
potential for the development of safer ways of=20
plant genetic engineering.

This volume provides a broad, state-of-the-art review of this important area=

Other books and journals of interest can be found=20

Plant-Pathogen Interactions, edited by Nicholas=20

Plant Molecular Breeding, edited by H John Newbury

Katie Moll
Professional Books Division
Blackwell Publishing
Tel: +44 (0)1865 776868

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