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Plant transformation technologies / editors C. Neal Stewart ... [et al.]

Contributor(s): Stewart, Charles Neal.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: Ames, Iowa : Wiley-Blackwell, 2011Description: XIV, 279 p. : il., gráf. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 978-0-8138-2195-5.Subject(s): Ingeniería genética vegetal | Genética vegetal | Transformación genética | Genómica
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INDICE: Contributors. Preface. SECTION 1 Agrobacterium-Mediated Transformation. Chapter 1 Host Factors Involved in Genetic Transformation of Plant Cells by Agrobacterium (BENOÆIT LACROIX, ADI ZALTSMAN, AND VITALY CITOVSKY). Chapter 2 Genomics of AgrobacteriumPlant Interaction: An Approach to Refine the Plant Transformation Technology (AJITH ANAND, ZARIR E. VAGHCHHIPAWALA, AND KIRANKUMAR S. MYSORE). SECTION 2 Other Transformation Technologies. Chapter 3 Particle Bombardment: An Established Weapon in the Arsenal of Plant Biotechnologists (THEODORE M. KLEIN). Chapter 4 A Novel Gene Delivery System in Plants with Calcium Alginate Micro-Beads (NAOKI WADA, SHINICHIRO KAJIYAMA, NARUEMON KHEMKLADNGOEN, AND KIICHI FUKUI). Chapter 5 Pollen Transformation Technologies (TATIANA RESCH AND ALISHER TOURAEV). Chapter 6 Intragenic Vectors and Marker-Free Transformation: Tools for a Greener Biotechnology (CAIUS M. ROMMENS, ANTHONY CONNER, HUA YAN, AND ZAC HANLEY). Chapter 7 Visualizing Transgene Expression (JOHN J. FINER). SECTION 3 Vectors, Promoters, and Other Tools for Plant Transformation. Chapter 8 Current State and Perspective of Binary Vectors and Superbinary Vectors (TOSHIYUKI KOMORI AND TOSHIHIKO KOMARI). Chapter 9 Novel Dual Binary Vectors (pCLEAN) for Plant Transformation (PHILIPPE VAIN). Chapter 10 pORE Modular Vectors for Plant Transformation (DWAYNE D. HEGEDUS). Chapter 11 pANIC: A Versatile Set of Gateway-Compatible Vectors for Gene Overexpression and RNAi-Mediated Down-Regulation in Monocots (DAVID G.J. MANN, PETER R. LAFAYETTE, LAURA L. ABERCROMBIE, WAYNE A. PARROTT, AND C. NEAL STEWART, JR.). SECTION 4 Transgene Integration, Stability, Methylation, Silencing. Chapter 12 Understanding and Avoiding Transgene Silencing (MICHAEL W. GRAHAM, STEPHEN R. MUDGE, PETER R. STERNES, AND ROBERT G. BIRCH). Chapter 13 Site-Specific Recombination for Precise and Clean Transgene Integration in Plant Genome (VIBHA SRIVASTAVA AND DAVID W. OW). SECTION 5 Selection Systems, Marker-Free Transformation. Chapter 14 Selectable Marker Genes: Types and Interactions (BRIAN MIKI, ASHRAF ABDEEN, YUZUKI MANABE, SOUAD EL OUAKFAOUI, DOUGLAS A. JOHNSON, LORETA GUDYNAITE-SAVITCH, MING HU, AND PHIL MACDONALD). Chapter 15 Transformation Methods for Obtaining Marker-Free Genetically Modified Plants (JAN G. SCHAART, FRANS A. KRENS, ANNE-MARIE A. WOLTERS, AND RICHARD G.F. VISSER). Chapter 16 Intellectual Property Aspects of Plant Transformation (JIM M. DUNWELL). Index. Color Plate between pages 82 and 83.

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