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1996 TOPICAL REVIEWS IN PLANT BIOLOGY

1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 <-- 1996 --> 1997 | 1998 | 1998 Subject Index | 1999 | TiPS Contents 1999 | 2000

  • Aartsma TJ, Amesz J (1996) Reaction center and antenna processes in photosynthesis at low temperature. Photosyn Res 48: 99-106
  • Abel S, Theologis A (1996) Early genes and auxin action. Plant Physiol 111: 9-17
  • Anderson SL, Kay SA (1996) Illuminating the mechanisms of the circadian clock in plants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 51-57
  • Angenent GC, Colombo L (1996) Molecular control of ovule development. Trends Plant Sci 1: 228-232
  • Arnim Av, Deng X (1996) Light control of seedling development. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 215-43
  • Ayscough KR, Drubin DG (1996) Actin: general principles from studies in yeast. Ann Rev Cell Develop Biol 12: 129-160
  • Bassham DC, V. RN (1996) Transport proteins in the plasma membrane and the secretory system. Trends Plant Sci 1: 15-21
  • Belknap WR, Garbarino JE (1996) The role of ubiquitin in plant senescence and stress responses. Trends Plant Sci 1: 331-335
  • Benhamou N (1996) Elicitor-induced plant defense pathways. Trends Plant Sci 1: 233-240
  • Bleecker A, Schaller G (1996) The mechanism of ethylene perception. Plant Physiol 111: 653-660
  • Britt AB (1996) DNA damage and repair in plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 75-99
  • Brown RM, Saxena J, Inder M, Kudlicka K (1996) Cellulose biosynthesis in higher plants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 149-156
  • Campbell M, Sederoff R (1996) Variation in lignin content and composition. Mechanisms of control and implications for the genetic improvement of plants. Plant Physiol 110: 3-13
  • Campbell W (1996) Nitrate reductase biochemistry comes of age. Plant Physiol 111: 355-361
  • Carpita NC (1996) Structure and biogenesis of the cell walls of grasses. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 445-75
  • Cheung AY (1996) Pollen-pistil interaction during pollen-tube growth. Trends Plant Sci 1: 45-51
  • Chitnis P (1996) Photosystem I. Plant Physiol 111: 661-669
  • Chollet R, Vidal J, O'Leary MH (1996) Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase: A ubiquitous, highly regulated enzyme in plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 273-97
  • Christou P (1996) Transformation technology. Trends Plant Sci 1: 423-431
  • Cline K, Henry R (1996) Import and routing of nucleus-encoded chloroplast proteins. Ann Rev Cell Develop Biol 12: 1-26
  • Cogdell RJ, Fyfe PK, Barrett SJ, Prince SM, Freer AA, Isaacs NW, McGlynn P, Hunter CN (1996) The purple bacterial photosynthetic unit. Photosyn Res 48: 55-63
  • Coley PD, Barone JA (1996) Herbivory and plant defenses in tropical forests. Ann Rev Ecology Syst 27: 305-335
  • Cramer WA, G.M. Soriano, Ponomarev M, Huang D, Zhang H, Martinez SE, Smith JL (1996) Some new structural aspects and old controversies concerning the cytochrome b6f Complex of oxygenic photosynthesis. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 477-507
  • Cunningham S, Ow D (1996) Promises and prospects of phytoremediation. Plant Physiol 110: 715-719
  • Demmig-Adams B, Adams WW (1996) The role of xanthophyll cycle carotenoid in the protection of photosynthesis. Trends Plant Sci 1: 21-26
  • Douglas C (1996) Phenylpropanoid metabolism and lignin biosynthesis from weeds to trees. Trends Plant Sci 1: 171-178
  • Evans J, von Caemmerer S (1996) Carbon dioxide diffusion inside leaves. Plant Physiol 110: 339-346
  • Fall R, Benson AA (1996) Leaf methanol- the simplest natural product from plants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 296-301
  • Ferl RJ (1996) 14-3-3 Proteins and signal transduction. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 49-73
  • Fukuda H (1996) Xylogenesis: Initiation, progression, and cell death. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 299-325
  • Furuya M, Schafer E (1996) Photoperception and signaling of induction reaction by different phytochromes. Trends Plant Sci 1: 301-307
  • Gantt E (1996) Pigment protein complexes and the concept of the photosynthetic unit: Chlorophyll complexes and phycobilisomes. Photosyn Res 48: 47-53
  • Geurts R, Franssen H (1996) Signal transduction in Rhizobium -induced nodule formation. Plant Physiol 112: 447-453
  • Gray HB, Winkler JR (1996) Electron transfer in proteins. Ann Rev Biochem 65:
  • Green BR, Durnford DG (1996) The chlorophyll-carotenoid proteins of oxygenic photosynthesis. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 685-714
  • Greenfield SR, Wasielewski MR (1996) Excitation energy transfer and charge separation in the isolated Photosystem II reaction center. Photosyn Res 48: 83-97
  • Hanson MR, Sutton CA, Lu B (1996) Plant organelle gene expression: altered by RNA editing. Trends Plant Sci 1: 57-64
  • Hartley MR, Chaddock JA, Bonness MS (1996) The structure and function of ribosome-inactivating proteins. Trends Plant Sci 1: 260-268
  • He S (1996) Elicitation of plant hypersensitive response by bacteria. Plant Physiol 112: 865-869
  • Hepler P, Hush J (1996) Behavior of microtubules in living plant cells. Plant Physiol 112: 455-461
  • Horton P, Ruban AV, Walters RG (1996) Regulation of light harvesting in green plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 655-83
  • Huang A (1996) Oleosins and oil bodies in seeds and other organs. Plant Physiol 110: 1055-1061
  • Huber SC, Huber JL (1996) Role and regulation of sucrose-phosphate synthase in higher plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 431-43
  • Huber SC, Bachmann M, Huber J (1996) Post-translational regulation of nitrate reductase activity: a role for Ca2+ and 14-3-3 proteins. Trends Plant Sci 1: 432-438
  • Ingram J, Bartels D (1996) The molecular basis of dehydration tolerance in plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 377-403
  • Jones AM, Dangl JL (1996) Logjam at the Styx: program cell death in plants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 114-119
  • Jorgensen RB, Hauser T, Mikkelsen TR, Ostergard H (1996) Transfer of engineered genes from crops to wild plants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 356-358
  • Kader J-C (1996) Lipid-transfer proteins in plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 627-53
  • Kerstiens G (1996) Signaling across the divide: A wider perspective of cuticular structure-function relationship. Trends Plant Sci 1: 125-129
  • Kevan P, Giurfa M, Chittka L (1996) Why are there so many and so few white flowers? Trends Plant Sci 1: 280-284
  • Knox B, Suphioglu C (1996) Environmental and molecular biology of pollen allergens. Trends Plant Sci 1: 156-164
  • Koch KE (1996) Carbohydrate-modulated gene expression in plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 509-39
  • Koshland D, Strunnikov A (1996) Mitotic chromosome condensation. Ann Rev Cell Develop Biol 12: 305-333
  • Ku M, Kano-Murakami Y, Matsuko M (1996) Evolution and expression of C4 photosynthesis genes. Plant Physiol 111: 949-957
  • Kumar AM, Schaub U, Soll D, Ujwal ML (1996) Chloroplast biology series: Glutamyl-transfer RNA: at the crossroads between chlorophyll and biosynthesis. Trends Plant Sci 1: 371-376
  • Lam H-M, Coschigano KT, Oliveira IC, Melo-Oliveira R, Coruzzi GM (1996) The molecular-genetics of nitrogen assimilation into amino acids in higher plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 569-93
  • Lancaster CRD, Michel H (1996) Three-dimensional structures of photosynthetic reaction centers. Photosyn Res 48: 65-74
  • Lavergne J, Joliot P (1996) Dissipation in bioenergetic electron transfer chains. Photosyn Res 48: 127-38
  • Lemieux B (1996) Molecular genetics of epicuticular wax biosynthesis. Trends Plant Sci 1: 312-318
  • Linhart YB, Grant MC (1996) Evolutionary significance of local genetic differentiation in plants. Ann Rev Ecology Syst 27: 237-277
  • Lowman MD, Wittman PK (1996) Forest canopies: methods, hypotheses, and future directions. Ann Rev Ecology Syst 27: 55-81
  • Macmillan J (1996) Reflections of a bio-organic chemist. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 1-21
  • Marrs KA (1996) The functions and regulation of glutathione S-transfersases in plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 127-57
  • Matile P, Hortensteiner S, Thomas H, Drautler B (1996) Chlorophyll breakdown in senescent leaves. Plant Physiol 112: 1403-1409
  • Matzke MA, Matzke AJM, Eggleston WB (1996) Paramutation and transgene silencing: a common response to invasive DNA? Trends Plant Sci 1: 382-388
  • Meyer P, Saedler H (1996) Homology-dependent gene silencing in plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 23-47
  • Mullen RT, Trelease RN (1996) Biogenesis and membrane properties of peroxisomes: does the boundary membrane serve and protect? Trends Plant Sci 1: 389-394
  • Nishida I, Murata N (1996) Chilling sensitivity in plants and cyanobacteria: The crucial contribution of membrane lipids. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 541-67
  • Oabourn A (1996) Saponins and plant defense- a soap story. Trends Plant Sci 1: 4-9
  • Okita TW, Rogers JC (1996) Compartmentation of proteins in the endomembrane system of plant cells. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 327-49
  • Oparka KJ, Boevink P, Santa Cruz S (1996) Studying the movement of plant viruses using green fluorescence. Trends Plant Sci 1: 412-418
  • Overall RL, Blackman LM (1996) A model of the macromolecular structure of plasmodesmata. Trends Plant Sci 1: 307-311
  • Pearlstein RM (1996) Coupling of exciton motion in the core antenna and primary charge separation in the reaction center. Photosyn Res 48: 75-82
  • Plaxton WC (1996) The organization and regulation of plant glycolysis. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 185-213
  • Porter JR (1996) Temperature, plant development and crop yields. Trends Plant Sci 1: 119-124
  • Post-Beittenmiller D (1996) Biochemistry and molecular biology of wax production in plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 405-29
  • Powell W, Machray GC, Provan J (1996) Polymorphism revealed by simple sequence repeats. Trends Plant Sci 1: 215-222
  • Prescott AG, John P (1996) Dioxygenases: molecular structure and role in plant metabolism. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 245-71
  • Puchta H, Hohn B (1996) From centiMorgans to base pairs: homologous recombination in plants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 340-348
  • Reinbothe S, Reinbothe C (1996) Regulation of chlorophyll biosynthesis in angiosperms. Plant Physiol 111: 1-7
  • Robinson DG (1996) Clathrin-mediated trafficking. Trends Plant Sci 1: 349-355
  • Ruppel KM, Spudich JA (1996) Structure-function analysis of the motor domain of myosin. Ann Rev Cell Develop Biol 12: 543-573
  • Salvucci ME, Ogren WL (1996) The mechanism of Rubisco activase: insights from studies of the properties and structure of the enzyme. Photosyn Res 47: 1-11
  • Sandermann H Jr (1996) Ozone and plant health. Ann Rev Phytopathol 34: 347-366
  • Satiat-Jeunemaitre B (1996) Stacks of questions: how does the plant Golgi work? Trends Plant Sci 1: 395-401
  • Scheres B, Mekhann H, van den Berg C (1996) Roots redefined: anatomical and genetic analysis of root development. Plant Physiol 111: 959-964
  • Shirley BW (1996) Flavonoid biosynthesis: 'new' functions for an 'old' pathway. Trends Plant Sci 1: 377-382
  • Sievers A, Buchen B, Hodick D (1996) Gravity sensing in tip-growing cells. Trends Plant Sci 1: 273-279
  • Simon V, Pon L (1996) Actin-based organelle movement. Experimentia 52: 1117-1122
  • Smith RD, Walker JC (1996) Plant protein phosphatases. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 101-25
  • Spiker S, Thompson W (1996) Nuclear matrix attachment regions and transgene expression in plants. Plant Physiol 110: 15-21
  • Stoop JMH, Williamson JD, Pharr DM (1996) Mannitol metabolism in plants: a method for coping with stress. Trends Plant Sci 1: 139-144
  • Sundaresan V (1996) Horizontal spread of transposon mutagenesis: new uses for old elements. Trends Plant Sci 1: 184-190
  • Swain S, Olszewski N (1996) Genetic analysis of gibberellin signal transduction. Plant Physiol 112: 11-17
  • Sylvester AW, Smith L, Freeling M (1996) Acquisition of identity in the developing leaf. Ann Rev Cell Develop Biol 12: 257-304
  • Szymkowiak EJ, Sussex IM (1996) What chimeras can tell us about plant development. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 351-75
  • Takabayashi J, Dicke M (1996) Plant-carnivore mutualism through herbivore-induced carnivore attractants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 109-113
  • Tanner W, Caspari T (1996) Membrane transport carriers. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 595-625
  • Tinland B (1996) The integration of T-DNA into plant genomes. Trends Plant Sci 1: 178-184
  • Turgeon R (1996) Phloem loading and plasmodesmata. Trends Plant Sci 1: 418-423
  • van Gorkom HJ (1996) Electroluminescence. Photosyn Res 48: 107-16
  • Van Oosten J-J, Besford RT (1996) Acclimation of photosynthesis to elevated CO2 through feedback regulation of gene expression: climate of opinion. Photosyn Res 48: 353-65
  • Vass I, Govindjee (1996) Thermoluminescence from the photosynthetic apparatus. Photosyn Res 48: 117-26
  • Verma DPS, Gu X (1996) Vesicle dynamics during cell-plate formation in plants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 145-149
  • Vogelmann TC, Nishio JN, Smith WK (1996) Leaves and light capture: light propagation and gradients of carbon fixation within leaves. Trends Plant Sci 1: 65-70
  • Walbot V (1996) Sources and consequences of phenotypic and genotypic plasticity in flowering plants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 27-32
  • Walden R, Lubenow H (1996) Genetic dissection of auxin action: more questions than answers? Trends Plant Sci 1: 335-339
  • Wei N, Deng X (1996) The role of the COP/DET/FUS genes in light control of Arabidopsis seedling development. Plant Physiol 112: 871-878
  • Weigel D, Clark S (1996) Sizing up the floral meristem. Plant Physiol 112: 5-10
  • Weis WI, Drickamer K (1996) Structural basis of lectin-carbohydrate recognition. Ann Rev Biochem 65:
  • Wessels JGH (1996) Fungal hydrophobins: proteins that function at an interface. Trends Plant Sci 1: 9-15
  • Whielam GC, Cockburn W (1996) Antibody expression in transgenic plants. Trends Plant Sci 1: 268-272
  • Wymer C, Lloyd C (1996) Dynamic microtubules: implications for wall patterns. Trends Plant Sci 1: 222-228

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