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Division and Segregation of Organelles

Division and Segregation of Organelles

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J. V. Possingham, H. Hashimoto, J. Oross, Th. Butterfass, R. M. Leech, K. A. Pyke, J. M. Whatley, W. D. Donachie, C. J. Duncan, R. A. E. Tilney-Bassett, H. G. Dickinson, F. L. Li, E. B. Gingold, R. J. Rose, R. F. Rosenberg, W. R. Mills, B. J. Baumgartner, J. A. Bryant
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  • Date Published: June 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521282116

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  • This 1988 volume provides a stimulating survey of the ways in which the DNA-containing organelles of yeast, animal, and plant cells replicate. The orderly division and segregation of these organelles is essential for the survival of all eukaryotes and is therefore a topic of importance to a wide range of biologists: from geneticists, via physiologists, to molecular biologists. The first part of the volume examines the mechanism, regulation and consequences of organelle segregation and division as studied in plant and animal cells. The second part of the volume compares the replication of DNA in eukaryote organelles with bacterial processes. Reviews range from a comparative study of DNA polymerases to the possible mechanisms ensuring DNA segregation. The volume will be of value to anyone with an interest in the areas of biology, genetics, zoology, botany and biochemistry.

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    • Date Published: June 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521282116
    • length: 268 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 15 mm
    • weight: 0.39kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Acknowledgements
    1. Factors that influence plastid division in higher plants J. V. Possingham, H. Hashimoto and J. Oross
    2. Nuclear control of plastid division Th. Butterfass
    3. Chloroplast division in higher plants with particular reference to wheat R. M. Leech and K. A. Pyke
    4. Mechanisms and morphology of plastid division J. M. Whatley
    5. The replication of a free-living prokaryote: Escherichia coli W. D. Donachie
    6. Mitochondrial division in animal cells C. J. Duncan
    7. Inheritance of plastids in Pelargonium R. A. E. Tilney-Bassett
    8. Organelle behaviour during higher plant gametogenesis H. G. Dickinson and F. L. Li
    9. The replication and segregation of yeast mitochondrial DNA E. B. Gingold
    10. The role of membranes in the segregation of plastid DNA R. J. Rose
    11. Homologies between the nuclear and mitochondrial genomes of mammalian cells R. F. Rosenberg
    12. DNA synthesis in isolated chloroplasts W. R. Mills and B. J. Baumgartner
    13. DNA polymerases J. A. Bryant
    Index.

  • Editors

    Stephen A. Boffey

    David Lloyd

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    J. V. Possingham, H. Hashimoto, J. Oross, Th. Butterfass, R. M. Leech, K. A. Pyke, J. M. Whatley, W. D. Donachie, C. J. Duncan, R. A. E. Tilney-Bassett, H. G. Dickinson, F. L. Li, E. B. Gingold, R. J. Rose, R. F. Rosenberg, W. R. Mills, B. J. Baumgartner, J. A. Bryant

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