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1997 TOPICAL REVIEWS IN PLANT BIOLOGY

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

  • Asada T, Collings D (1997) Molecular motors in higher plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 29-37
  • Backert S, Nielsen BL, Borner T (1997) The mystery of the rings: structure and replication of mitochondrial genomes from higher plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 477-483
  • Banks JA (1997) Sex determination in the fern Ceratopteris. Trends Plant Sci 2: 175-180
  • Barbier-Brygoo H, Joyadr J, Pugin A, Ranjeva R (1997) Intracellular compartmentation and plant cell signaling. Trends Plant Sci 2: 214-223
  • Barkla BJ, Pantoja O (1997) Physiology of ion transport across the tonoplast of higher plants. Ann Rev Plant Physiol Plant Molec Biol 47: 159-83
  • Bewley, JD (1997) Breaking down the walls-a role for endo-b-mannase in release from seed dormancy? Trends Plant Sci 2: 464-469
  • Bown A, Schelp B (1997) The metabolism and function of lamda-aminobutyric acid. Plant Physiol 115: 1-5
  • Bray EA (1997) Plant responses to water deficit. Trends Plant Sci 2: 48-54
  • Brewin NJ, Karadailsky IV (1997) Legume lectins and nodulation by Rhizobium. Trends Plant Sci 2: 92-98
  • Briat J-F, Lobreaux S (1997) Iron transport and storage in plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 187-193
  • Cai G, Moscatelli A, Cresti M (1997) Cytoskeletal organization and pollen tube growth. Trends Plant Sci 2: 86-91
  • Cogoni C, Macino G (1997) Conservation of transgene-induced post-transcriptional gene silencing in plants and fungi. Trends Plant Sci 2:438-443
  • Coleman JOD, Blake-Kalff MMA, Davies TGE (1997) Detoxification of xenobiotics by plants: chemical modification and vacuolar compartmentation. Trends Plant Sci 2: 144-151
  • Cove DJ, Knight CD, Lamparter T (1997) Mosses as model systems. Trends Plant Sci 2: 99-105
  • Cushman J, Bohnert H (1997) Molecular genetics of Crassulacean acid metabolism. Plant Physiol 113: 667-676
  • Day CD, Irish VF (1997) Cell ablation and the analysis of plant development. Trends Plant Sci 2: 106-111
  • De Boer B (1997) Fusicoccin-a key to multiple 14-3-3 locks? Trends Plant Sci 2: 60-66
  • De Wit PJGM (1997) Pathogen avirulence and plant resistance: a key role for recognition. Trends Plant Sci 2: 452-458
  • Delaney T (1997) Genetic dissection of acquired resistance to disease. Plant Physiol 113: 5-12
  • Durner J, Shah J, Klessig DF (1997) Salicylic acid and disease resistance in plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 266-275
  • Halkier BA, Du L (1997) The biosynthesis of glucosinolates. Trends Plant Sci 2: 425-431
  • Harrison MJ (1997) The arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis: an underground association. Trends Plant Sci 2: 54-60
  • Hirt H (1997) Multiple roles of MAP kinases in plant signal transduction. Trends Plant Sci 2: 11-15
  • Jackson M (1997) Hormones from roots as signals for the shoots of stressed plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 22-28
  • Jang J-CJ, Sheen J (1997) Sugar sensing in higher plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 208-214
  • John M, Rohrig H, Schmidt J, Walden R, Schell J (1997) Cell signaling by oligosaccharides. Trends Plant Sci 2: 11-115
  • Kader J-C (1997) Lipid-transfer proteins: a puzzling family of plant proteins. Trends Plant Sci 2: 66-70
  • Kijne J, Bauchrowitz M, Diaz C (1997) Root lectins and Rhizobia. Plant Physiol 115: 869-873
  • Kinkel LL (1997) Microbial population dynamics on leaves. Ann Rev Phytopathol 35: 327-247
  • Koiwa J, Bressan R, Hasegawa P (1997) Regulation of protease inhibitors and plant defenses. Trends Plant Sci 2: 379-384
  • Kumar A, Altabella T, Taylor MA, Tiburcio AF (1997) Recent advances in polyamine research. Trends Plant Sci 2: 124-130
  • Lebel-Hardenack S, Grant SR (1997) Genetics of sex determination in flowering plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 130-136
  • Lee D (1997) Iridescent blue plants. American Scientist 85: 56-63
  • Leitch IJ, Bennett MD (1997) Polyploidy in angiosperms. Trends Plant Sci 2: 470-471
  • Li B, Foley M (1997) Genetic and molecular control of seed dormancy. Trends Plant Sci 2: 384-389
  • Li Q, Hunt A (1997) The polyadenylation of RNA in plants. Plant Physiol 115: 321-325
  • Malamy J, Benfey P (1997) Down and out in Arabidopsis: the formation of lateral roots. Trends Plant Sci 2: 390-396
  • Marc J (1997) Microtubule-organizing centers in plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 223-230
  • Merkle T, Nagy F (1997) Nuclear import of proteins: putative import factors and development of in vitro import systems in higher plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 458-464
  • Miernyk J (1997) The 70-kDa stress-related proteins as molecular chaperones. Trends Plant Sci 2: 180-187
  • Mitsui T, Itoh K (1997) The a-amylase multigene family. Trends Plant Sci 2: 255-261
  • Murata N, Los D (1997) Membrane fluidity and temperature perception. Plant Physiol 115: 875-879
  • Napier RM (1997) Trafficking of the auxin-binding protein. Trends Plant Sci 2: 251-255
  • Quatrano RS, Shaw SL (1997) Roles of the cell wall in the determination of cell polarity and the plane of cell division in Fucus embryos. Trends Plant Sci 2: 15-21
  • Rice-Evans CA, Miller NJ, Paganga G (1997) Antioxidants properties of phenolic compounds. Trends Plant Sci 2: 152-159
  • Robinson C, Mant A (1997) Trageting of proteins into and across the thylakoid membrane. Trends Plant Sci 2: 431-437
  • Rochaix J-D (1997) Chloroplast reverse genetics: new insights into the function of plastid genes. Trends Plant Sci 2: 419-425
  • Schroder J (1997) A family of plant-specific polyketide synthases: facts and predictions. Trends Plant Sci 2: 373-378
  • Shinozaki K, Yamaguchi-Shinozaki K (1997) Gene expression and signal transduction in water-stress response. Plant Physiol 115: 327-334
  • Sinha N (1997) Simple and compound leaves: reduction or multiplication. Trends Plant Sci 2: 396-402
  • Smeekens S, Rook F (1997) Sugar sensing and sugar-mediated signal transduction in plants. Plant Physiol 115: 7-13
  • Somerville C, Flanders D, Cherry J (1997) Plant biology in the post-Guttenberg era. Plant Physiol 113: 1015-1022
  • Staiger CJ, Gibbon BC, Kovar DR, Zonia LE (1997) Profilin and actin-depolymerizing factor: modulators of actin organization in plants. Trends Plant Sci 2: 275-281
  • Stern D, Higgs D, Yang J (1997) Chloroplast biology series: Transcription and translation in chloroplasts. Trends Plant Sci 2: 308-315
  • Sticher L, Mauch-Mani B, Métraux JP (1997) Systemic acquired resistance. Ann Rev Phytopathol 35: 235-270
  • Takagi S (1997) Photoregulation of cytoplasmic streaming: cell biological dissection of signal transduction pathway. J Plant Res 110: 299-303
  • Touraev A, Vicente O, Heberle-Bors E (1997) Initiation of microspore embryorgensis by stress. Trends Plant Sci 2: 292-302
  • Vasil I, Anderson O (1997) Genetic engineering of wheat gluten. Trends Plant Sci 2: 292-297
  • Vidal J, Chollet R (1997) Regulatory phosphorylation of C4 PEP carboxylase. Trends Plant Sci 2: 230-238
  • Walden R, Cordeiro A, Tiburcio A (1997) Polyamines: small molecules triggering pathways in plant growth and development. Plant Physiol 113: 1009-1013
  • Wang X (1997) Molecular analysis of phospholipase D. Trends Plant Sci 2: 261-266
  • Wasternack C, Parthier B (1997) Jasmonate-signalled plant gene expression. Trends Plant Sci 2: 302-308
  • Weber H, Borisjuk L, Wobus U (1997) Sugar import and metabolism during seed development. Trends Plant Sci 2: 169-174
  • Weller JL, Reid JB, Taylor SA, Murfet IC (1997) The genetic control of flowering in pea. Trends Plant Sci 2: 412-419
  • Yakoa T (1997) The structure, biosynthesis and function of brassinoesteroids. Trends Plant Sci 2: 137-143

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