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Title Low-oxygen stress in plants : oxygen sensing and adaptive responses to hypoxia / Joost T. van Dongen, Francesco Licausi, editors.
Imprint Wien : Springer, 2014.

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Series Plant Cell Monographs, 1861-1370 ; volume 21
Plant cell monographs ; v. 21. 1861-1370
Subject Plants -- Effect of oxygen on.
Plants -- Effect of stress on.
Alt Name Dongen, Joost T. van,
Licausi, Francesco,
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Series Plant Cell Monographs, 1861-1370 ; volume 21
Plant cell monographs ; v. 21. 1861-1370
Subject Plants -- Effect of oxygen on.
Plants -- Effect of stress on.
Alt Name Dongen, Joost T. van,
Licausi, Francesco,
Description 1 online resource (xi, 426 pages) : illustrations (some color).
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary During the last ten years, knowledge about the multitude of adaptive responses of plants to low oxygen stress has grown immensely. The oxygen sensor mechanism has been discovered, the knowledge about the interaction network of gene expression is expanding and metabolic adaptations have been described in detail. Furthermore, morphological changes were investigated and the regulative mechanisms triggered by plant hormones or reactive oxygen species have been revealed. This book provides a broad overview of all these aspects of low oxygen stress in plants. It integrates knowledge from different disciplines such as molecular biology, biochemistry, ecophysiology and agricultural / horticultural sciences to comprehensively describe how plants cope with low oxygen stress and discuss its ecological and agronomical consequences. This book is written for plant scientists, biochemists and scientists in agriculture and ecophysiology.
Contents Preface; References; Contents; Part I: Sensing and Signalling Hypoxic Stress; Oxygen Perception in Plants; 1 Introduction; 2 Oxygen Sensing in Bacteria Relies on Three Independent Mechanisms; 3 The Oxygen-Sensing Mechanism in Animal Cells Relies on the Oxygen-Dependent Stability and Activity of Hypoxia Inducible Factor 1; 4 Perception of Oxygen Availability in Plants Is Regulated via the Oxygen-Dependent Branch of the N-End Rule Pathway (NERP); 5 Role of Acyl-CoA-Binding Proteins (ACBP) in Oxygen Sensing; 6 Role of Nitric Oxide in the N-End Rule Pathway.
7 Fine Tuning of Oxygen Sensing in Plants is Mediated by Additional Factors8 Concluding Remarks; References; Oxidative Stress Components Explored in Anoxic and Hypoxic Global Gene Expression Data; 1 Introduction; 2 Setup for Analyses of Multiple Data Sets on Global Gene Expression Under Oxygen Deprivation: Affymetrix and Agilent Platforms; 3 GO Classes Upregulated Under Anoxia and Hypoxia; 3.1 Anoxia; 3.2 Hypoxia; 3.3 BP: 0045333: cellular respiration. Relationship between the TCA cycle, mitochondrial electron transport chain, and oxidative stress under hypoxia.
3.4 Cysteamine dioxygenase activity4 Downregulated GO classes under anoxia and hypoxia; 5 Concluding Remarks; References; Low Oxygen Stress, Nonsymbiotic Hemoglobins, NO, and Programmed Cell Death; 1 Properties of Plant Hemoglobins; 2 PCD in Plants; 2.1 Ultrastructural Characteristics of Vacuolar Cell Death; 2.2 NO, Hb, and PCD; 2.3 NO, Gene Regulation, and PCD; 2.4 Mammalian Hemoglobins and Apoptosis; 2.5 NO-Mediated Mechanisms of Cell Death; 3 Concluding Remarks; References; Intracellular pH Regulation of Plant Cells Under Anaerobic Conditions; 1 Mechanisms of pH Maintenance in Cells.
2 Changes in Intracellular pH in Response to Anaerobic Conditions3 Biochemical Regulation; 3.1 Lactate; 3.2 Nucleotide Triphosphate; 3.3 Other Organic Acids Produced Under Anaerobiosis; 3.4 Nitrate and Nitrite; 4 Biophysical Regulation; 4.1 PM H+-ATPase and Secondary Active Transport of Ions; 4.2 Vacuolar Proton Pump; 5 Concluding Remarks; References; Part II: Molecular Responses; Transcriptional Regulation Under Low Oxygen Stress in Plants; 1 Evolution of Coordinated Regulatory Systems of Transcription in Response to Changing Oxygen Levels.
2 Anaerobic Cis-Elements and Trans-Acting Factors in Plant Low Oxygen Responses3 Group VII ERFs Are Master Regulators of Plant Transcription in Hypoxia; 4 Conclusions; References; Selective mRNA Translation Tailors Low Oxygen Energetics; 1 Tailoring Protein Synthesis During a Low Oxygen Energy Crisis; 2 Low Oxygen Acclimation: Time Is of the Essence; 3 Targeted Translation of Anaerobic Polypeptides Facilitates Metabolic Adjustment; 4 Early Discovery That Low Oxygen Stress Limits Protein Synthesis; 5 Clues of mRNA Translational Selection: Ribosomal Protein Modifications.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed January 20, 2014).
ISBN 9783709112540 (electronic bk.)
3709112540 (electronic bk.)
3709112532
9783709112533
9783709112533
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-7091-1254-0
OCLC # 869301286
Additional Format Print version: Van Dongen, Joost T. Low-Oxygen Stress in Plants : Oxygen Sensing and Adaptive Responses to Hypoxia. Dordrecht : Springer, 2014 9783709112533


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