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Programmed cell death in animals and plants

J. A. Bryant

Programmed cell death in animals and plants

by J. A. Bryant

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Published by BIOS Scientific in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Apoptosis

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ.A. Bryant, S.G. Hughes, J.M. Garland
    SeriesExperimental biology reviews, SEB symposium series -- v. 52, Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology -- no. 52
    ContributionsGarland, John M., 1942-, Hughes, S. G.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 310 p. :
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16991418M
    ISBN 101859961673

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    ' J.A. Bryant in Annals of Botany, 90 () 'Programmed Cell Death in Higher Plants is a very valuable reference work and update on developments, both for those that are already working in this domain and for those desiring to do so. I would recommend this book highly for researchers in developmental biology of plants as well as in plant.   A plethora of diverse programmed cell death ([PCD][1]) processes has been described in living organisms. In animals and plants, different forms of [PCD][1] play crucial roles in development, immunity, and responses to the environment. While the molecular control of some animal Cited by:

    In book: Enzyme Inhibitors and Activators, Publisher: Intech Open, pp plants, programmed cell death, metacaspases Programmed Cell Death-Related Proteases in Plants. In Medical Cell Biology (Third Edition), In addition, programmed cell death rids the developing animal of superfluous or unwanted cells. For example, large numbers of self-reactive lymphocytes or lymphocytes that fail to produce useful antigen-specific receptors are deleted by programmed cell death.


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Programmed cell death in animals and plants by J. A. Bryant Download PDF EPUB FB2

Programmed cell death - Wikipedia. The book draws comparisons with programmed cell death in animals and unicellular organisms.

The book is directed at researchers and professionals in plant cell biology, biochemistry, physiology, Format: Hardcover. This title, the 52nd in symposium series, presents a comprehensive review of apoptosis and features contributions from many internationally recognised authors.

The book is the first to integrate programmed cell death in plants. This book is a timely and updated summary of the research that is ongoing in the subject of programmed cell death as it happens in plant systems the well-presented introductory chapter by the editor, John, Gray gives a broad overview of the evolutionary theory pertaining to the genesis of the cell death Cited by: Get this from a library.

Programmed cell death in animals and plants. [J A Bryant; S G Hughes; John M Garland;] -- This title presents a comprehensive review of apoptosis and features contributions from many internationally recognised authors.

It sets out to integrate programmed cell death in plants. Programmed Cell Death in Animals and Plants. J Crocker; View Full Text. or process is, then the more centrally important it is and, indeed, this is borne out in the field of programmed cell death.

The chapters here range from plant cell death to cytokines and inflammation in humans and to carcinogenesis. I would recommend this book Author: J Crocker. It seems likely that the more conserved a molecule, group of molecules, or process is, then the more centrally important it is and, indeed, this is borne out in the field of programmed cell death.

The chapters here range from plant cell death to cytokines and inflammation in humans and to carcinogenesis.

The importance of apoptosis in viral cytopathic effects is included, as are—for example, the generation of increased permeability Author: J Crocker. This detailed volume explores numerous protocols that can be specifically used for studying plant programmed cell death (PCD), a mechanism involved in a number of physiological and pathological.

Programmed cell death in plants resembles apoptosis of animals. Chapter 17 The Cell Cycle and Programmed Cell Death “Where a cell arises, there must be a previous cell, just as animals can only arise from animals and plants from plants.” This cell doctrine, Cited by:   Abstract.

Programmed cell death (PCD) is a controlled mechanism that eliminates specific cells under developmental or environmental stimuli. All organisms—from bacteria to multicellular eukaryotes—have the ability to induce PCD in selected by: 9.

Programmed cell death (PCD) plays a fundamental role in animal development and tissue homeostasis. Abnormal regulation of this process is associated with a wide variety of human Cited by:   The plant response to attempted infection by microbial pathogens is often accompanied by rapid cell death in and around the initial infection site, a reaction known as the hypersensitive Cited by: Programmed cell death is a common pattern of growth and development in both animals and plants.

However, programmed cell death and related processes are not as generally recognized as central to plant. Necrotic cell death. Programmed necrotic cell death in animals has been defined mainly in negative terms, by the absence of morphological markers of apoptosis or autophagic PCD.

By these defining criteria most examples of ‘non-autolytic’ plant PCD would agree with the category of necrotic cell death in by:   The programmed nature of plant cell death was demonstrated experimentally in the s and s by studies of spontaneous cell death mutants 1 and the discovery that Cited by: Main mechanisms for programmed cell death in plants and animals involving the participation of the mitochondrion or the activation of death receptors.

Role of the vacuole in plants. Programmed cell death (PCD) occurs during the development of all animals that have been studied, but only recently has its molecular basis been discovered. In this review, we briefly consider some of the main events in the history of PCD in animal Cited by:   Programmed Cell Death in Animals and Plants.: Bryant JA, Hughes SG, Garl JM, eds.

(£) BIOS Scientific Publishers, ISBN 1 3. This quote from Lewis Thomas () speaks to the importance of programmed cell death (PCD) in human development. PCD is a fundamental process in both plants and animals (reviewed in Greenberg, ; Gilbert, ).

A major pathway of PCD in animals is known as apoptosis Cited by: 9. Apoptosis. Apoptosis is the process of programmed cell death (PCD) that may occur in multicellular organisms. Biochemical events lead to characteristic cell changes (morphology) and death.

These changes include blebbing, cell shrinkage, nuclear fragmentation, chromatin condensation.Moreover, programmed cell death also might play a role in plant biology [Solomon, ], and apoptosis-like cell death mechanisms even have been observed and used as a model system in yeast [Frohlich, ; Skulachev, ].

Fascinating insights into the origin and evolution of programmed cell death .ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Paradigns of the evolution of programmed cell death / John Gray --Paradigms of programmed cell death in animals and plants / Martin B.

Dickman and John C. Reed --Programmed cell death .