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1999 Trends in Plant Science Contents - TOPICAL REVIEWS IN PLANT BIOLOGY

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Research News

At the crossroads of plant physiology and ecology, Marianne Mousseau 1

A growing family of cytochrome b5-domain fusion proteins, Johnathan A. Napier, Olga Sayanova, Petra Sperling and Ernst Heinz 2

The control of long-distance K+ transport by ABA, Mark Tester 5


Are the reversibly glycosylated polypeptides implicated in plant cell wall biosynthesis

non-processive b-glycosyltransferases? Inder M. Saxena and R. Malcolm Brown, Jr 6

Transcriptional upregulation of signaling pathways: more complex than anticipated? Heribert Hirt 7


Bacillus thuringiensis toxin-mediated insect resistance in plants, Ruud A. de Maagd, Dirk Bosch and Willem Stiekema 9

Epidermal cell interactions: a case for local talk, Susan J. Lolle and Robert E. Pruitt 14

Molecular genetics of DNA repair in higher plants, Anne B. Britt 20

Phylogeny of early land plants: insights from genes and genomes, Yin-Long Qiu and Jeffrey D. Palmer 26


Networks for shoot design, Chris van der Schoot and Päivi Rinne 31


Technical focus: DNA microarrays for studies of higher plants and other photosynthetic organisms, David M. Kehoe, Per Villand and Shauna Somerville 38



Research News

What can we learn from natural apomicts? Peter van Baarlen, Marije Verduijn and Peter J. van Dijk 43

Strategies for minimizing environmental contaminants, Chris D. Collins 45

Uncoating the mechanisms of vacuolar protein transport, Elizabeth A. Miller and

Marilyn A. Anderson 46

...response: Uncoating the pathway to the vacuole in Arabidopsis, Anton A. Sanderfoot and Natasha V. Raikhel 49


Can chlororespiration in plants help to explain the controversial phenotype of ndh mutants? Marta Roldán 50

Reply...Chlororespiration: only half a story, Peter J. Nixon and Pal Maliga 51


Salicylic acid-independent plant defence pathways, Corné M.J. Pieterse and Leendert C. van Loon 52

Rhodopsin-mediated photosensing in green flagellated algae, Oleg A. Sineshchekov and Elena G. Govorunova 58

The making of a flower: control of floral meristem identity in Arabidopsis, Mark S. Pidkowich, Jennifer E. Klenz and George W. Haughn 64


Deployment of disease resistance genes by plant transformation – a ‘mix and match’ approach, David Pink and Ian Puddephat 71


Technical focus: Use of AFLP in cereals research, Christopher J. Ridout and Paolo Donini 76

Book Reviews

Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology, 2nd edn, Multimedia Enhanced Edition (Mauseth, J.D.) and Plant Biology Tutor (CD-ROM) (Scheckler, S.E., Hill, S.A. and Taylor D.), Deborah K. Canington 80



Research News

How many fungi does it take to change a plant community? Tim J. Daniell, Angela Hodge, J. Peter W. Young and Alastair Fitter 81

The raison d’être of secondary plant chemicals? Guy M. Poppy 82


Shoot apical meristems and floral patterning: an evolutionary perspective, Victor A. Albert 84


Aquaporin localization – how valid are the TIP and PIP labels? Bronwyn J. Barkla, Rosario Vera-Estrella, Omar Pantoja, Hans-Hubert Kirch and Hans J. Bohnert 86

Generation of the oxidative burst – scavenging for the truth, Charles Bestwick, Paul Bolwell, John Mansfield, Michel Nicole and Przemyslaw Wojtaszek 88


Plant tagnology, Tamara Maes, Peter De Keukeleire and Tom Gerats 90

Keeping up with the neighbours: phytochrome sensing and other signalling mechanisms, Carlos L. Ballaré 97

The endodermis and shoot gravitropism, Masao Tasaka, Takehide Kato and Hidehiro Fukaki 103

Function of the ubiquitin–proteosome pathway in auxin response, J. Carlos del Pozo and Mark Estelle 107

Dinitroaniline herbicide resistance and the microtubule cytoskeleton, Richard G. Anthony and Patrick J. Hussey 112


Is hexokinase really a sugar sensor in plants? Nigel G. Halford, Patrick C. Purcell and D. Grahame Hardie 117

Book Reviews

The Plant Vacuole (Leigh, R.A. and Sanders, D., eds), John C. Rogers 121



Research News

Intriguing, complex and everywhere: getting to grips with arabinogalactan-proteins, Paul Knox 123

Phytochromes, pif3 and light signalling go nuclear, Ferenc Nagy and Eberhard Schäfer 125

Cytokinin oxidase: new insight into enzyme properties, Andrea C. Rinaldi and Ornella Comandini 127


An alternative pathway for nitric oxide production in plants: new features of an old enzyme, Hideo Yamasaki, Yasuko Sakihama and Shunichi Takahashi 128


Photosystem-II damage and repair cycle in chloroplasts: what modulates the rate of photodamage in vivo? Anastasios Melis 130

Regulation of chloroplast enzyme activities by thioredoxins: activation or relief from inhibition? Eric Ruelland and Myroslawa Miginiac-Maslow 136

Selective translation of cytoplasmic mRNAs in plants, Julia Bailey-Serres 142

What do proteins need to reach different vacuoles? Alessandro Vitale and Natasha V. Raikhel 149

Salicylic acid-induced resistance to viruses and other pathogens: a parting of the ways? Alex M. Murphy, Stephen Chivasa, Davinder P. Singh and John P. Carr 155

Book Reviews

Insect–Plant Biology: From Physiology to Evolution (Schoonhoven, L.M., Jermy, T. and van Loon, J.J.A.), John Pickett 160




Online access to Trends in Plant Science 161

Research News

Two pieces of the auxin puzzle, Christian Luschnig and Gerald R. Fink 162

Genomics-assisted plant improvement to benefit human nutrition and health, Michael A. Grusak 164

Alkyl hydroperoxide reductases: the way out of the oxidative breakdown of lipids in chloroplasts, Margarete Baier and Karl-Josef Dietz 166

Transcription and the architecture of promoters in chloroplasts, Andreas Weihe and Thomas Börner 169


The circadian clocks of plants and cyanobacteria, Takao Kondo and Masahiro Ishiura 171

Cooperative disassembly of the cellulose–xyloglucan network of plant cell walls: parallels between cell expansion and fruit ripening, Jocelyn K.C. Rose and Alan B. Bennett 176

Resin-based defenses in conifers, Michael A. Phillips and Rodney B. Croteau 184

Light-activated translation of chloroplast mRNAs, Richard K. Bruick and Stephen P. Mayfield 190


Resistance to oomycetes: a general role for the hypersensitive response? Sophien Kamoun, Edgar Huitema and Vivianne G.A.A. Vleeshouwers 196

Book Reviews

Plant Lipid Biosynthesis: Fundamentals and Agricultural Applications (Harwood, J.L., ed.), Ikuo Nishida 201

Errata 201



Research News

Wood formation in forest trees: from Arabidopsis to Zinnia, Nigel Chaffey 203

Syntaxin on the brain, Nick Battey 204

Jumping genes and maize genomics, James Birchler, Jane Langdale and Vicki Chandler 205

Signalling in gene silencing, Michael Wassenegger and Thierry Pélissier 207


Stephen Hales and the cohesion theory, Franz Floto 209

Retraction by Jeff Schell, Jeff Schell 209


Regulatory mechanism of plant gene transcription by GT-elements and GT-factors, Dao-Xiu Zhou 210

Defense on multiple fronts: how do plants cope with diverse enemies? Klaus Maleck and Robert A. Dietrich 215

‘Radicle’ biochemistry: the biology of root-specific metabolism, Hector E. Flores, Jorge M. Vivanco and Victor M. Loyola-Vargas 220

Recent advances in the transformation of plants, Geneviève Hansen and Martha S. Wright 226


Carotenoid sequestration in plants: the role of carotenoid-associated proteins, Michael Vishnevetsky, Marianna Ovadis and Alexander Vainstein 232

A guide to the Lhc genes and their relatives in Arabidopsis, Stefan Jansson 236

Book Reviews

Molecular Systematics of Plants II: DNA Sequencing (Soltis, D.E., Soltis, P.S. and Doyle, J.J., eds), Birgitta Bremer 241

Feeding the Ten Billion: Plants and Population Growth (Evans, L.T.), Gary Toenniessen 242



Research News

Cytokinin cycles cells, Markus Frank and Thomas Schmülling 243

The molecular mechanism of sodium influx to root cells, Philip J. White 245

Transgenes and agriculture – going with the flow? Alan F. Raybould 247

Literature focus: CO2 enrichment of forests • Quelling and co-suppression • Fewer bangs per buck • Synechocystis and salt stress • Nutrient capture 248


Plant sugar sensing and signaling – a complex reality, Brandon d. Moore and Jen Sheen 250

Reply…The sugar sensing story, Nigel E. Halford, Patrick C. Purcell and D. Grahame Hardie 251

To repeat or block, in experiments? Kevin Cummins 251

The ups and downs of gravitropism, Richard Firn, Carol Wagstaff and John Digby 252


Developmental biology of the cereal endosperm, Odd-Arne Olsen, Casper Linnestad and Scott E. Nichols 253

High resolution FISH in plants – techniques and applications, J. Hans de Jong, Paul Fransz and Pim Zabel 258

How plants make ends meet: DNA double-strand break repair, Vera Gorbunova and Avraham A. Levy 263

Ethylene perception and signaling: an evolutionary perspective, Anthony B. Bleecker 269

Molecular and genetic mechanisms regulating the transition from embryo development to germination, Michael Holdsworth, Smita Kurup and Rowan McKibbin 275

Molecular pieces to the puzzle of the interaction between potassium and sodium uptake in plants, Daniel Schachtman and Weihong Liu 281


Technical focus: GFP-based FRET microscopy in living plant cells, Theodorus W.J. Gadella, Jr, Gerard N.M. van der Krogt and Ton Bisseling 287




Online access to Trends in Plant Science 293

Research News

In or out – photoreceptors in motion, Hanns Frohnmeyer 294

Piecing together the Arabidopsis gynoecium, Allen Sessions 296

Literature focus: Stopping the walls from tumbling • Dwarfism in rice • Defences against herbivory 298


Is nitric oxide toxic or protective? María Verónica Beligni and Lorenzo Lamattina 299

Cytokinin oxidase strikes again, Andrea C. Rinaldi and Ornella Comandini 300

Genetic nomenclature guidelines for the model legume Lotus japonicus, Jens Stougaard, Krzysztof Szczyglowski, Frans J. de Bruijn and Martin Parniske 300


The endosymbiotic origin of the protein import machinery of chloroplastic envelope membranes, Sigrun Reumann and Kenneth Keegstra 302

Aquaporins and water homeostasis in plants, Per Kjellbom, Christer Larsson, Ingela Johansson, Maria Karlsson and Urban Johanson 308

Trehalose metabolism in plants, Oscar J.M. Goddijn and Kees van Dun 315

Ethanolic fermentation: new functions for an old pathway, Million Tadege, Isabelle Dupuis and Cris Kuhlemeier 320


Floral mimicry: a fascinating yet poorly understood phenomenon, Bitty A. Roy and Alex Widmer 325


Technical focus: Caged peptides and proteins: new probes to study polypeptide function in complex biological systems, Gerard Marriott and Jeffery W. Walker 330



Research News

A family of phytochelatin synthase genes from plant, fungal and animal species, Christopher S. Cobbett 335

From gene shuffling to the restoration of riparian ecosystems, Ravindra N. Chibbar and Hao-Jie Chen 337


Gene flow and GM questions, Anthony Trewavas 339


Listening to the silent genes: transgene silencing, gene regulation and pathogen control, Jan M. Kooter, Marjori A. Matzke and Peter Meyer 340

Brassinosteroid biosynthesis inhibitors, Tadao Asami and Shigeo Yoshida 348

Macromolecular trafficking in the phloem, Gary A. Thompson and Alexander Schulz 354

Xyloglucan endotransglycosylases: diversity of genes, enzymes and potential wall-modifying functions, Paul Campbell and Janet Braam 361

The 14-3-3 proteins: cellular regulators of plant metabolism, Hwa-Jee Chung, Paul C. Sehnke and Robert J. Ferl 367


Water ascent in plants: do ongoing controversies have a sound basis? Chunfang Wei, Ernst Steudle and Melvin T. Tyree 372


Technical focus: Analysis of the N-glycosylation of recombinant glycoproteins produced in transgenic plants, Muriel Bardor, Loïc Faye and Patrice Lerouge 376



Research News

Arabidopsis in Australia: back to the future, Charles S. Gasser and Mary Lou Guerinot 381

Plant secondary metabolism: out of the evolutionary abyss, Peter J. Facchini 382

Literature focus: Less lignin is more cellulose • Phytochromes and gene expression • Alternative splicing and mitochondrial import 384


Release 7.0 of Mendel database, Ellen M. Reardon 385

An age-old problem, Jeffrey Q. Chambers and Susan E. Trumbore 385

Reply...Tropical rain forest tree life-history diversity calls for more than one aging method, Miguel Martínez-Ramos and Elena R. Alvarez-Buylla 386

How many millenarians in Amazonia? Sizing the ages of large trees, G. Bruce Williamson, Tim Van Eldik, Patricia Delamônica and William F. Laurance 387


Plant thioredoxins and glutaredoxins: identity and putative roles, Yves Meyer, Lionel Verdoucq and Florence Vignols 388

Flavonoids and isoflavonoids – a gold mine for metabolic engineering, Richard A. Dixon and Christopher L. Steele 394

The sucrose-cleaving enzymes of plants are crucial for development, growth and carbon partitioning, Arnd Sturm and Guo-Qing Tang 401

Root gravitropism: a complex response to a simple stimulus? Elizabeth Rosen, Rujin Chen and Patrick H. Masson 407


Whither chemotropism and pollen tube guidance? W. Mary Lush 413



Research News

BAXing in the hypersensitive response, Eric Lam, Olga del Pozo and Dominique Pontier 419

Improving oil functionality by tuning catalysis of thioesterase, Matthew J. Hills 421

Literature focus: Recombination in tandem arrays • The skeleton in Chardonnay’s closet • Gene silencing and toadflax 423


Gibberellin signal transduction presents ...the SPY who O-GlcNAc’d me, Tina M. Thornton, Stephen M. Swain and Neil E. Olszewski 424

Current perspectives on mRNA stability in plants: multiple levels and mechanisms of control, Rodrigo A. Gutiérrez, Gustavo C. MacIntosh and Pamela J. Green 429

Lipid modifications of proteins – slipping in and out of membranes, Shaul Yalovsky, Manuel Rodríguez-Concepción and Wilhelm Gruissem 439

Metabolism and functions of gamma-aminobutyric acid, Barry J. Shelp, Alan W. Bown and Michael D. McLean 446

Virus resistance and gene silencing: killing the messenger, Peter M. Waterhouse, Neil A. Smith and Ming-Bo Wang 452

The role of the ER and cytoskeleton in plant viral trafficking, Christoph Reichel, Paloma Más and Roger N. Beachy 458

Errata 463



Research News

Phytochrome in the limelight, Albrecht G. von Arnim 465


GM crops: public perception and scientific solutions, Henry Daniell 467

The enzymes for galactolipid biosynthesis are nearly all cloned: so what next? Petra Jorasch and Ernst Heinz 469


Formation and breakdown of ABA, Adrian J. Cutler and Joan E. Krochko 472

Nucleolar dominance and silencing of transcription, Craig S. Pikaard 478

Are isocitrate dehydrogenases and 2-oxoglutarate involved in the regulation of glutamate synthesis? Susana Gálvez, Muriel Lancien and Michael Hodges 484

Establishing a growth axis in fucoid algae, Darryl L. Kropf, Sherryl R. Bisgrove and Whitney E. Hable 490

The mitochondrial genome of Arabidopsis is composed of both native and immigrant information, Joachim Marienfeld, Michael Unseld and Axel Brennicke 495


Crosstalk in plant cell signaling: structure and function of the genetic network, Thierry Genoud and Jean-Pierre Métraux 503

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