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Plant nuclear structure, genome architecture, and gene regulation.


Plant nuclear structure, genome architecture, and gene regulation.

Ed. by David Evans, Katja Graumann, and John A. Bryant.



265 pages



Annual plant reviews; v.46


Contributors from a wide range of biological sciences and medical specialties review recent developments in the knowledge and understanding of structures and functions of the cell nucleus in plants, including that of the nuclear envelope. They cover the structure and protein interactions of the nuclear envelope; the nucleocytoplasmic barrier and beyond in the plant nuclear pore complex; the functional organization of filaments in the nucleus; genomics and chromatic packaging; heterochromatic positioning and nuclear architecture; the structure, dynamics, and function of telomeres in plant meiosis, and the nuclear pore complex in symbiosis and pathogen defense.

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