By Peter Hedden, Stephen G. Thomas
Plant development is regulated through developmental programmes that may be changed by means of environmental cues appearing via endogenous signaling molecules together with plant hormones.This quantity offers an outline of the biosynthesis, catabolism, conception and sign transduction of the person hormone periods, via chapters on hormone distribution and delivery, and the jobs of hormone signaling in particular developmental strategies. specific cognizance is paid to the law of hormone signaling by way of environmental and developmental cues, websites of hormone metabolism and motion, and interactions among hormone signaling pathways. The booklet is directed at researchers and execs in plant biochemistry and molecular biology.
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