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Author Rebeiz, Constantin A., 1936-
Title Chlorophyll Biosynthesis and Technological Applications / Constantin A. Rebeiz.
Imprint Dordrecht : Springer, 2014.

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Subject Chlorophyll -- Synthesis.
Chlorophyll -- biosynthesis.
Description 1 online resource (xxxiv, 469 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents Dedication -- Preface -- Author Biography -- 1. Some Major Steps in the Understanding of the Chemistry and Biochemistry of Chl -- 2. Synopsis -- 3. Development of Analytical and Preparatory Techniques -- 4. Development of Cell-free Systems -- 5. Reactions between Aminolevulinic Acid and Protoporphyrin IX -- 6. The Iron and Magnesium Branches of the Porphyrin Biosynthetic Pathway -- 7. The Chl a Carboxylic Biosynthetic Routes: Reactions between Mg-Protoporphyrin IX and Protochlorophyllide a -- 8. The Chl a Carboxylic Biosynthetic Routes: Protochlorophyllide a -- 9. The Chl a Carboxylic Biosynthetic Routes: (Photo)Conversion of Protochlorophyllides (Pchlides) a to Chlorophyllide (Chlide) a -- 10. The Chl a Carboxylic Biosynthetic Routes: Conversion of Chlide a to Chl a -- 11. The Fully Esterified Chlorophyll a Biosynthetic Routes: Reactions between Mg-Protoporphyrin IX Diester and Chl a -- 12. The Chlorophyll b Biosynthetic Pathway: Novel Metabolic Intermediates -- 13. The Chl b Biosynthetic Pathway: Intermediary Metabolism -- 14. Relationship of Chlorophyll Biosynthetic heterogeneity to the Greening Group affiliation of Plants -- 15. Relationship of Chlorophyll biosynthesis to the Assembly of Chlorophyll-Protein Complexes -- 16. The Chlorophyll Biosynthetic Heterogeneity and Chloroplast Bioengeneering -- 17. Photodynamic Herbicides -- 18. Photodynamic Insecticides -- 19. ALA-Dependent Cancericides -- Appendix I. Sequenced Chlorophyll Biosynthetic Enzymes -- Appendix II. Sequenced: Apoproteins of the Chloroplast Pigment-Protein Complexes.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book provides an essential summary of an exciting decade of research on relationships between lipids and photosynthesis. This book, designed both for scientists whose work focuses on photosynthesis and lipids and for graduate students who are developing an interest in the field, brings together extensively cross-referenced and peer-reviewed chapters by 52 prominent researchers, from 9 countries. The topics covered include the structure, molecular organization and biosynthesis of fatty acids, glycerolipids and non-glycerolipids in plants, mosses, lichens, algae, and cyanobacteria, as well as in chloroplasts and mitochondria. Several chapters deal with the manipulation of the extent of unsaturation of fatty acids and the effects of such manipulation on photosynthesis and responses to various forms of stress. The final chapters focus on lipid trafficking, signaling and advanced analytical techniques. Ten years ago, Paul Andre Siegenthaler and Norio Murata had edited "Lipids in Photosynthesis: Structure, Function and Genetics," which has been a unique and an authoritative book in the field. The current new volume belongs, beside its predecessor, on every plant and microbiological researcher's bookcase.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed November 4, 2013).
ISBN 9789400771345 (electronic bk.)
9400771347 (electronic bk.)
9400771339
9789400771338
9789400771338
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-94-007-7134-5
OCLC # 864021813
Additional Format Print version: Rebeiz, Constantin A. Chlorophyll biosynthesis and technological applications. New York : Springer, [2014] xxxiv, 469 pages 9789400771338 (DLC) 17895297