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  • 1
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Botany ; Plant anatomy ; Plant breeding ; Plant physiology ; Life sciences ; Plant Genetics & Genomics ; Plant physiology ; Plant Anatomy/Development ; Plant Sciences ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Basic terms and overview of contents -- Genomic Organization -- Distribution and Expression in Plants -- Protein Structure and Localization -- Biochemical Properties of CBLs and CIPKs -- Protein Interations -- Funtional Role of CBL-CIPK in Nutrient Deficiency -- Functional Role of CBL-CIPK in Abiotic Stresses -- Functional Role of CBL-CIPK in Biotic Stress and ROS Signaling -- Fuctional Role of CBL-CIPK in Plant Development -- Application and Future Perspectives of CBL-CIPK Signaling
    Abstract: Calcium plays pivotal role in regulating the physiological as well as developmental processes in plants. Till now, several calcium sensors have been discovered, which regulate the diverse signaling pathways involved in plant growth and development. One of the major calcium sensors CBL (calcineurin B-like) is decoding the calcium signal during various environmental stresses in plants. Calcium mediated signal is transduced downstream by CBL-interacting protein kinases (CIPKs), which generally phosphorylate the target proteins such as transcription factors or transporters/channel leading to a response. Mutant based approach has provided valuable information in the functional analysis of individual members of CBL and CIPK gene family in Arabidopsis. Both CBL and CIPK gene families have previously been identified and characterized in Arabidopsis and rice. Identification and characterization of CBLs and CIPKs in other plant species such as Oryza sativa, Pisum sativum, Cicer arietinum, Zea mays, Populus euphratica, Vitis vinifera, Malus domestica, Gossypium hirsutum, Sorghum bicolor, Brassica napus, Vicia faba, Phaseolus vulgaris, Ammopiptanthus mongolicus and Triticum aestivum are still in juvenile stage. Overall, Global Comparative Analysis of CBL-CIPK Gene Families in Plants is a comprehensive study focused on the diverse role of CBL-CIPK module in different stress signaling and also to identify a newly emerging role of this calcium-signaling module in plant growth and development across different plant species. In addition, beside Arabidopsis, it will provide backbone of knowledge to perform a detail molecular investigation in crop plant species and could possibly enable in designing strategies to tame abiotic stress tolerance and development in important agronomical crop plants. This book will act as handy and informative source in this field for students as well as advanced researchers
    Pages: IX, 91 p. 19 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9783319090788
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  • 2
    Keywords: Medicine ; Neurosciences ; Neurology ; Neurobiology ; Biomedicine ; Neurosciences ; Neurobiology ; Neurology ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: ℗ Introduction -- Guidance molecules required for growth cone migrations of cells and axons -- Mechanism for asymmetric localization of guidance receptors during growth cone migration and outgrowth -- Signaling pathways downstream of the guidance cues and receptors -- Functional characterization of adaptor protein UNC-53 during axon outgrowth and cell migration
    Abstract: This book gives an overview of various interactomes involved in dorsal ventral (DV) and anterior posterior (AP) guidance, their mechanisms of action, subcellular localizations, and functional roles. It will provide readers a better understanding of the development of the nervous system, which in turn will help to find cures to various neural and other disorders. In nematodes there are two types of guidance systems, including DV and AP guidance. The signaling process that guides the growth cones along the DV axis has remained intact in both vertebrates and invertebrates. The adaptor protein UNC-53 appears to play a part in migration along the AP axis in both worms and their human homologs. “Neuron Navigators” (NAV) are also involved in nervous system development
    Pages: VI, 87 p. 15 illus., 14 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9783319078274
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  • 3
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Agriculture ; Plant breeding ; Plant Diseases ; Life sciences ; Plant Genetics & Genomics ; Agriculture ; Plant Pathology ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Overview of G Proteins (GTP binding proteins) in Eukaryotes -- Overview of Small℗ GTPase Signaling Proteins in Plants -- ℗ Identification and Classification of Rho GTPases in Plants -- Sequence, Structure and Domain Analysis of GTPases in Plants -- Expression of Small GTPases Under Stress and Developmental Conditions in Plants -- Emerging Roles of Rho GTPases in Plants -- Cellular Localization of Small GTPases -- Functional Genomic Perspective of Small GTPases -- Systemic Approaches to Resolve Spatio-Temporal Regulation of GTPase Signaling -- Key Questions and Future Prospects
    Abstract: G proteins are the key regulators for a wide range of cellular processes in animals and plants. In comparison to animals and yeast, plants have a single Rho-GTPase subfamily called Rho-like GTPases (ROPs). The ROP family of monomeric GTPases has emerged as a versatile and key regulator in plant signal transduction processes. During the past few yearś€™ studies on plant RHO-type (ROP) GTPase have generated new insights into their role in diverse processes ranging from cytoskeletal organization, polar growth, development to stress and hormonal responses. ℗ Studies have shown that plants have evolved specific regulators and effector molecules. ROP GTPases possess the ability to interact with these multiple regulator and effector molecules that ultimately determines their signaling specificity. Recently, genome wide studies in plants have shown that the Arabidopsis genome encodes 93, and rice has nearly 85 small GTPase homologs. And we have been able to identify four new homologs in the rice genome. Here, we focus on the complete phylogenetic, domain, structural and expression analysis during stress and various developmental processes of small GTPases in plants. The comparison of gene expression patterns of the individual members of the GTPase family may help to reveal potential plant specific signaling mechanisms and their relevance. Also, we are summarizing the role of currently known ROP GTPases and their interacting proteins with brief description, simultaneously, comparing their expression pattern based on microarray data. Overall, we will be discussing the functional genomic perspective of plant Rho like GTPases and their role in regulating several physiological processes such as stress, hormonal, pollen tube, root hair-growth and other developmental responses
    Pages: XI, 81 p. 18 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9783319116112
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  • 4
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Agriculture ; Plant Biochemistry ; Enzymology ; Bacteriology ; Life sciences ; Bacteriology ; Agriculture ; Plant Biochemistry ; Enzymology ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: 1. Role of Bacillus genus in the production of value added compounds -- 2. Bacillus: as bioremediator agent of major environmental pollutants -- 3. Growth Promotion of Non-legumes by the Inoculation of Bacillus species -- 4. Management of the Western Corn Rootworm, Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte, Using Transgenic Bt Maize -- 5. The efficiency of Bacillus species as PGPR and biocontrol agent under adverse environmental conditions -- 6. Contribution of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis in biological control by its mosquitocidal activity against diptera -- 7. Bacillus spp., a promising biocontrol agent of root, foliar and postharvest diseases of plants -- 8. Bacillus spp. and their Biotechnological Roles in Green Industry -- 9. Application of Bacillus spp. for sustainable cultivation of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) and the benefits -- 10. Phytostimulation and biocontrol by the plant-associated Bacillus amyloliquefaciens FZB42 - an update -- 11. Potential and Prospects of Aerobic Endospore Forming Bacteria (AEFB) in Crop Production -- 12. Thermostable α-Amylase from Geobacillus – A Review -- 13. New insights in plant associated Paenibacillus species: biocontrol and plant-growth promoting activity -- 14. Lactobacillus: A Potential Probiotic -- 15. Expanding the horizons for the use of Paenibacillus species as PGPR for sustainable agriculture -- 16. Bacillus spp.: A prolific siderophore producer -- 17. Can Bacillus species enhance nutrients availability in agricultural soils?
    Abstract: This volume of comprehensive reviews updates our knowledge of research and commercialization of Bacillus-based products in agriculture and the environmental sector. The last couple of decades have witnessed tremendous growth of research on Bacillus species. Many of these species can produce industrial enzymes, and can act simultaneously as biofertilizers and as biopesticides inhibiting important phytopathogens. This "biocontrol" activity is now elucidated by a number of genomic and metabolomic studies. Bacillus formulations are being patented and commercialized on a regular basis. Understanding the biology, ecology and mechanism of action of these bacteria will play a role in the promotion of Bacillus-based products to support green technology in agriculture and agro-based industries
    Pages: XVI, 416 p. 53 illus., 4 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9783319444093
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  • 5
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Agriculture ; Cytology ; Plant anatomy ; Plant breeding ; Plant physiology ; Life sciences ; Plant Genetics & Genomics ; Plant physiology ; Plant Anatomy/Development ; Cell Biology ; Agriculture ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Towards understanding abiotic stress signaling in plants: convergence of genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics approaches -- Molecular approaches in deciphering abiotic stress signaling mechanisms in plants -- Investigation of plant abiotic stress tolerance by proteomics and phosphoproteomics -- Role of cation/proton exchangers in abiotic stress signaling and stress tolerance in plants -- Decrypting Calcium Signaling in Plants: The Kinase Way -- CBL-mediated calcium signaling pathways in higher plants -- Redox regulated mechanisms: Implications for enhancing plant stress tolerance and crop yield -- Role of Mitogen activated Protein Kinase Cascade in Combating Abiotic Stress in Plants -- Small and large G proteins in biotic and abiotic stress response -- ABA Receptors: Prospects for Enhancing Biotic and Abiotic Stress Tolerance of Crops -- Emerging Roles of Auxin in Abiotic Stress Responses -- Biotic and Abiotic Stress Signaling Mediated by Salicylic Acid -- Methylglyoxal, Triose phosphate isomerase and Glyoxalase pathway: Implications in abiotic stress and signaling in plants -- Plant immunophilins: A protein family with diverse functions beyond protein folding activity -- Role of Plant Mediator Complex in Stress Response -- Towards understanding the transcriptional control of abiotic stress tolerance mechanisms in food legumes -- Insights into the small RNA mediated networks in response to abiotic stress in plants -- The Role of Long Non-coding RNAs in abiotic stress tolerance in plants -- Molecular physiology of heat Stress Responses in Plants -- The Omics of cold stress responses in plants -- Drought stress responses and signal transduction in plants -- Physiological and molecular mechanisms of flooding tolerance in plants -- Salt Adaptation Mechanisms of Halophytes: Improvement of Salt Tolerance in Crop Plants -- UV-B Photoreceptors, their role in photosignaling, physiological responses and abiotic stress in plants -- Analysis of signaling pathways during heavy metal toxicity: A functional genomic perspective -- Nitrogen and Stress -- Signaling pathways in eukaryotic stress, aging and senescence: Common and distinct pathways -- Designing climate smart future crops employing signal transduction components -- Abiotic Stress in Crops: Candidate Genes, Osmolytes, Polyamines and Biotechnological Intervention -- Abiotic stress tolerance and sustainable agriculture: A functional genomic perspective
    Abstract: In this volume, several world leaders in plant biology provide insight into ́€˜Stress Signalinǵ€™ in plants with a special emphasis on functional genomics aspects. This book utilizes state-of-the-art research in the field of℗ stress mediated signaling to develop a better and holistic understanding of stress perception, its transduction followed by the generation of response. In spite of the advent of different approaches to devise strategies for developing stress tolerant crops towards multiple stress conditions in the field, the success in achieving this goal is still unsatisfactory. Stress tolerance is a very complex process-involving plethora of components starting from stress sensing to generation of final adaptive response. There are several factors, which act as nodes and hubs in the signaling pathways, also serving as master-control switches in regulating a myriad of stress signaling pathways by affecting diverse target genes or gene products to finally bring-about a stress tolerance response. Therefore, in-depth understanding of these master-control switches and key-components in signal transduction pathway will be highly beneficial for designing crop plants tolerant to multiple stresses in the field
    Pages: XVIII, 404 p. 35 illus., 29 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9781493922116
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  • 6
    Keywords: Medicine ; Immunology ; Toxicology ; Cytokines ; Cytology ; Biomedicine ; Immunology ; Biomedicine general ; Pharmacology/Toxicology ; Cytokines and Growth Factors ; Apoptosis ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: 1. Introduction -- 2. Inflammation -- 3. Inflammatory Mediators -- 4. Natural sources of anti-inflammation -- 5. Experimental models for inflammation -- 6. Inflammation and lifestyle -- Summary and Discussion
    Abstract: Inflammation is the very natural process of our body; it does its work immediately and smoothly along with lots of helpers. Inflammation is linked to immune system as acute inflammatory or pro-inflammatory phase through macrophage activation. This book is for researchers and scholars in the field of life sciences and medical sciences. The book contains all inflammatory sources around the world. It emphasizes on anti-inflammatory sources along with its active inflammatory constituents and other medicinal uses with authentic references. Anti-inflammation is a kind of activity with is found in nearly all of the natural sources used for major biological activities. So, the book helps them to correlate their activity of interest with anti-inflammatory source.℗ The present work deals with illustrative representation of inflammation, causes of inflammation, inflammatory mediators, anti-inflammatory sources other uses and inflammation and lifestyle. It mainly provides the researchers the updated information from the ancient to the most recent ongoing research on inflammation. This book imparts pace to their idea of thinking, assist to make clear predictions before proceeding to research. The introduction includes natural sources of inflammation and its benefits; the sources are from plant, animal and marine. The book tells how these sources are useful for us to cure several diseases and opens new path for further research. Inflammation part of the book is well presented along with its phases, types and other diseases interrelated with inflammation. Inflammatory mediators, the foremost player of inflammation are defined in a very pleasant and convenient manner. The chapter includes both cell- derived and plasma - derived mediators illustratively with their synthesis and action. Natural source of anti-inflammation is the heart chapter of this book which contains all anti-inflammation sources from plants, marine and animals. This chapter also contains short description of most of the sources, its availability and uses. The authors have also added inflammatory models for assessment of biological activities of natural sources both in vitro and in vivo. Inflammation free lifestyle is described very nicely in the book. The contents are very specific and relevant to its topic; all the data provided is unique and useful. The anti-inflammatory table includes sources, plant parts used, active constituents and other uses. This data provides ample information regarding anti-inflammatory research and innovation. The highlights of this book shall be: ℗ -Describes almost all anti-inflammatory sources around the globe at one place in a more convenient tabulated form -Illustrative representation makes the book more attractive and interactive
    Pages: XX, 156 p. 16 illus., 15 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9788132221630
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  • 7
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Agriculture ; Cytology ; Plant anatomy ; Plant breeding ; Plant physiology ; Life sciences ; Plant Genetics & Genomics ; Plant physiology ; Plant Anatomy/Development ; Cell Biology ; Agriculture ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Role of Plant Mediator Complex in Stress Response -- Towards understanding the transcriptional control of abiotic stress tolerance mechanisms in food legumes -- Insights into the small RNA mediated networks in response to abiotic stress in plants -- The Role of Long Non-coding RNAs in abiotic stress tolerance in plants -- Molecular physiology of heat Stress Responses in Plants -- The Omics of cold stress responses in plants -- Drought stress responses and signal transduction in plants -- Physiological and molecular mechanisms of flooding tolerance in plants -- Salt Adaptation Mechanisms of Halophytes: Improvement of Salt Tolerance in Crop Plants -- UV-B Photoreceptors, their role in photosignaling, physiological responses and abiotic stress in plants -- Analysis of signaling pathways during heavy metal toxicity: A functional genomic perspective -- Nitrogen and Stress -- Signaling pathways in eukaryotic stress, aging and senescence: Common and distinct pathways -- Designing climate smart future crops employing signal transduction components -- Abiotic Stress in Crops: Candidate Genes, Osmolytes, Polyamines and Biotechnological Intervention -- Abiotic stress tolerance and sustainable agriculture: A functional genomic perspective
    Abstract: In this volume, several world leaders in plant biology provide insight into stress signaling in plants with a special emphasis on functional genomics aspect. This book utilizes state-of-the-art℗ research in the field of℗ stress mediated signaling to develop a better and holistic understanding of stress perception, its transduction followed by the generation of response. In spite of the advent of different approaches to devise strategies for developing stress tolerant crops towards multiple stress conditions in the field, the success in achieving this goal is still unsatisfactory. Stress tolerance is a very complex process involving a plethora of components starting from stress sensing to generation of final adaptive response. There are several factors, which act as nodes and hubs in the signaling pathways, also serving as master-control switches in regulating℗ myriad℗ stress signaling pathways by affecting diverse target genes or gene products to finally bring-about a stress tolerance response. Therefore, in-depth understanding of these master-control switches and key-components in signal transduction pathway will be highly beneficial for designing crop plants tolerant to multiple stresses in the field
    Pages: XVIII, 488 p. 27 illus., 26 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9781493925407
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  • 8
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    Call number: QR180Z:71/12,3
    Notes: CHARLESTON (SC) 1994: 6. -8. 3.
    Pages: S. 115-222.
    ISBN: 3-8055-6215-2
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  • 9
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Interventional radiology ; Nuclear Medicine ; Cardiac imaging ; Hematology ; Stem Cells ; Life sciences ; Stem Cells ; Interventional radiology ; Nuclear Medicine ; Cardiac imaging ; Hematology ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Section I -- 1. Current Indications and Overview of Molecular Imaging Techniques in Stem Cell Transplant. - 2. Nanotechnology-Based Stem Cell Applications and Imaging -- 3. Radiologic Procedures Used in Pediatric Stem Cell Transplantation -- 4. Clinical Applications of Stem cell Transplant in Treating Non-Hematologic Conditions. Section II -- 5. Stem cell Transplantation for Multiple Myeloma -- 6. Simultaneous MRI and 18F-FDG-PET Imaging: A Model for Studying the Diagnosing and Therapeutical Evaluation of Myeloma in SCID-hu Mice -- 7. The Emerging Role of Cardiac Stem Cells in Cardiac Regeneration. - 8. Cardiac Imaging and Stem Cell Transplantation -- 9. Bone Marrow Cell Therapy for Ischemic Heart Disease and the Role of Cardiac Imaging in Evaluation of Outcomes. – 10. Uterine Stem Cells and Its Future Therapeutic Potential in Regenerative Medicine
    Abstract: This book provides a review of imaging techniques and applications in stem cell transplantation and other cell-based therapies. The basis of different molecular imaging techniques is explained in detail, as is the current state of interventional radiology techniques. While the whole is a comprehensive discussion, each chapter is self-sufficient enough so that each can be reviewed independently. The contributors represent years of international and cross-disciplinary expertise and perspective and are all well known in their fields. comprehensive information on the role of clinical and molecular imaging in stem cell therapy from this book reviewed in detail. Essential reading for radiologists and physicians who are interested in developing a basic understanding of stem cell imaging and applications of stem cells and cell based therapies. However, it will also be of interest to clinical scientists and researchers alike, including those involved in stem cell labeling, tracking & imaging, cancer therapy, angiogenesis and cardiac regeneration
    Pages: XI, 174 p. 38 illus., 27 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9783319518336
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  • 10
    ISSN: 0277-5387
    Source: Elsevier Journal Backfiles on ScienceDirect 1907 - 2002
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
    Type of Medium: Electronic Resource
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