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Vascular differentiation and plant growth regulators

Lorin Watson Roberts

Vascular differentiation and plant growth regulators

by Lorin Watson Roberts

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vascular system of plants.,
  • Plant cell differentiation.,
  • Plant regulators.,
  • Plant hormones.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementL.W. Roberts, P.B. Gahan, R. Aloni ; with a foreword by R.D. Preston.
    SeriesSpringer series in wood science
    ContributionsGahan, Peter B., Aloni, R. 1944-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK725 .R723 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 154 p. :
    Number of Pages154
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2031099M
    ISBN 100387189890
    LC Control Number88006661

    Plant growth regulators (also called plant hormones) are numerous chemical substances that profoundly influence the growth and differentiation of plant cells, tissues and organs. Plant growth regulators function as chemical messengers for intercellular communication. There are currently five recognized groups of plant hormones: auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, abscisic acid (ABA) and ethylene.   NEET Biology Chapter Wise Mock Test – Plant Growth and Development 1. Growth of an organism is characterised by (a) an irreversible permanent increase in size of an organ (b) an irreversible permanent increase in size of a cell (c) Both (a) and (b) (d) reversible permanent changes 2. Plant growth is unique because (a) [ ].

    BACKGROUND AND AIMS Development and architecture of plant roots are regulated by phytohormones. Cytokinin (CK), synthesized in the root cap, promotes cytokinesis, vascular cambium sensitivity, vascular differentiation and root apical dominance. Auxin (indoleacetic acid, IAA), produced in young shoot organs, promotes root development and induces vascular differentiation.   Plant growth regulators (also called plant hormones) are numerous chemical substances that profoundly influence the growth and differentiation of plant cells, Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

      This transcription factor is auxin-regulated, and is a positive regulator of vascular differentiation in Arabidopsis –. Here we show that the proAtHB8∶GUS marker is very poorly localized in the hyd mutants, particularly in embryos where longitudinal procambial traces are established which define the plant body, and also in cotyledons and. Auxins: Auxins stimulate cell elongation and influence a host of other developmental responses, such as root initiation, vascular differentiation, tropic responses, apical dominance and the development of auxiliary buds, flowers and fruits. Auxins are synthesized in the stem and root apices and transported through the plant axis. The principal auxin in plants is indoleacetic acid (IAA).


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Vascular differentiation and plant growth regulators by Lorin Watson Roberts Download PDF EPUB FB2

Vascular Differentiation and Plant Growth Regulators. Authors (view affiliations) Lorin W. Roberts Search within book. Front Matter. Pages I-X.

PDF. Xylem and Phloem Differentiation in Perspective Pages Hormonal Aspects of Vascular Differentiation. Roberts. Pages Vascular Differentiation Within the Plant. Aloni. The main objective of the book is to provide an up-to-date examination of the possible roles of plant hormones during the cytodifferentiation of xylem and phloem elements in higher plants.

Various facets of vascular differentiation, as cell determination, cell cycle activity, and the biochemical events in xylogenesis, are analyzed. Vascular Differentiation and Plant Growth Regulators. Authors: Roberts, Lorin W., Gahan, Peter B., Aloni, Roni Free Preview.

Vascular differentiation and plant growth regulators. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lorin.

The possible roles of plant growth regulators during the cytodifferentiation of xylem and phloem elements in higher plants are analysed with reference to various facets such as cell determination, cell cycle activity and the biochemical events in xylogenesis.

Recent information on the roles of auxins, cytokinins, gibberellins, ethylene and ABA is by: Apart from these external requirements, plants also depend on certain organic compounds to signal, regulate and control the growth of plants.

These are collectively called as Plant Growth Regulators or Plant Growth Hormones. There are different types of Plant Growth Regulators, which are also referred to as phytohormones.

The problems dealt with in this chapter concern the control of organized or patterned differentiation of vascular tissues within the plant body by growth regulators.

This organized differentiation of vascular tissues is characterized by a high degree of order. He is an author of numerous scientific publications, including Springer’s book: “Vascular Differentiation and Plant Growth Regulators” by: LW Roberts, PB Gahan, R Aloni ().

His research goal is to understand the hormonal mechanisms that induce and regulate plant vascular differentiation, adaptation and evolution in organized tissues. Plant hormones (also known as phytohormones) are signal molecules, produced within plants, that occur in extremely low hormones control all aspects of plant growth and development, from embryogenesis, the regulation of organ size, pathogen defense, stress tolerance and through to reproductive development.

Unlike in animals (in which hormone production is restricted to. Plant Growth Regulators. Plant Growth Regulators are defined as small, simple chemicals produced naturally by plants to regulate their growth and development.

Characteristics. Plant Growth Regulators can be of a diverse chemical composition such as gases (ethylene), terpenes (gibberellic acid) or carotenoid derivates (abscisic acid). Get this from a library. Vascular Differentiation and Plant Growth Regulators. [Lorin W Roberts; Peter B Gahan; Roni Aloni] -- The main objective of the book is to provide an up-to-date examination of the possible roles of plant hormones during the cytodifferentiation of xylem and phloem elements in higher plants.

Various. from book Plant hormones: Vascular tissue differentiation - auxin stimulates differentiation of Gibberellins are the plant growth regulators that have different effects on developmental.

"Vascular differentiation and plant growth regulators. L.W. Roberts, P.B. Gahan, and R. Aloni, x + pp., illus., Springer Series in Wood Science (ed. T.W. Nevertheless, it should be emphasized that additional growth regulators, like gibberellin (1) and ethylene (7, 45), may also be involved in vascular differentiation.

Perspective. It is difficult to overemphasize the importance of the vascular cambium which produces secondary xylem and secondary phloem. In the following two chapters we shall discuss in detail the structure, functions, and the importance to the plant of these.

Owing to recent advances, plant vascular developmental can now be described from early specification during embryogenesis up to late differentiation events. Plant vascular. The first vascular plant Selaginella moellendorffii appeared ca. million years ago and shared many genetic cues regulating vascular development with the non-vascular plant Physcomitrella patens, including that the key regulators of phloem and xylem differentiation are APLs and VNDs/NSTs, respectively.

This raises questions regarding how. Higher eukaryotes have evolved specialized stem cells that can either remain undifferentiated or differentiate into specialized cells. Plant stem cells are found in meristem tissue localized at the tips of roots and shoots (root and shoot apical meristem; RAM and SAM) and in the vascular system (procambium/cambium or vascular meristem) ().Stem cells in each meristem play a.

Auxin also plays a critical role in the maintenance of shoot meristem. Auxin produced by YUCCA genes accumulates in the central zone of meristem at an optimal level to stimulate downstream auxin-induced genes through the Aux/IAA–ARF signaling pathway ().Interestingly, a dramatic increase in ARR7 and ARR15 expression was observed in the SAM of the yucca mutants, the pin1 mutants, the.

Cell differentiation is a complex process involving multiple steps, from initial cell fate specification to final differentiation. Procambial/cambial cells, which act as vascular stem cells, differentiate into both xylem and phloem cells during vascular development.

Recent studies have identified regulatory cascades for xylem differentiation. However, the molecular mechanism underlying phloem. IAWA Bulletin n.s., Vol. 9 (4), ture (also in frost-free areas) deserves more book reviews recent progress in research on credit (as indirectly shown by significant these topics.

Because plant growth regulators latitudinal and altitudinal dependencies). The have such a broad spectrum of direct and in­ other difference is one of emphasis rather direct actions and literature on the.The effect of gibberellic acid (GA), naphthalene acetic acid (NAA) and ethephon on dormant and actively growing twigs of Kigelia africana (Bignoniaceae) was studied by histological and histochemical staining methods.

Application of GA and ethephon alone on dormant twigs did not initiate cambial cell division and differentiation, while application of NAA lead to cambial cell division but failed.Plant growth and development are mediated by specific plant hormones and plant growth regulators (PGRs) (Ross et al.

). Endogenous hormone levels are influenced by plant age, cold hardiness, dormancy, and other metabolic conditions; photoperiod, drought, temperature, and other external environmental conditions; and exogenous sources of PGRs, e.g., externally applied and of .