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Dordrecht : Springer, c2012
xxxiii, 475 s. : il. ; 26 cm

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ISBN 978-94-007-2919-3 (váz.)
Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration : including Bioenergy and Related Processes, ISSN 1572-0233 ; vol. 35
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Contents // From the Series Editors v // Preface xxiii // The Editors xxvii // Contributors xxix // Author Index xxxiii // 1 Origins of Mitochondria and Plastids 1-30 // Michael W. Gray and John M. Archibald // Summary 1 // I. Introduction // II. Mitochondria // III. Plastids 14 // IV. Conclusion 21 // Acknowledgements 22 // References 22 // 2 Secondary and Tertiary Endosymbiosis and Kleptoplasty 31-58 // Jeferson Gross, Karen N. Pelletreau, // Adrian Reyes-Prieto, Mary E. Rumpho, and Debashish Bhattacharya // Summary 32 // I. Plastid Origin 32 // II. The Evolution of Plastid Protein Topogenesis // in Chromalveolates 39 // III. Kleptoplasty of a Secondary Endosymbiont // in a Metazoan System 44 // Acknowledgments 51 // References 51 // C\J C\J // 3 Plastid Genomes of Algae 59-87 // ?. Franz Lang and Aurora M. Nedelcu // Summary 60 // I. Introduction 60 // II. Plastid Genome Organization, Genes and Functions 64 // III. Plastids Derived from Primary Endosymbiosis // with Cyanobacteria 69 // IV. Plastids Acquired via Eukaryote-Eukaryote Endosymbiosis 77 // V. Conclusions 80 // Acknowledgments 81 // References 81 // 4 Plastomes of Bryophytes, Lycophytes and Ferns 89-102 // Paul G. Wolf and Kenneth G. Karol // Summary 89 // I. Introduction 89 // II. Techniques and Overall Plastome Organization 90 // III. The Inverted Repeat Boundaries 95 // IV. Changes in Gene and Intron Content 95 // V. RNA Editing 97 // VI. Phylogenetic Analyses 98 // VII. Future Directions 98 // Acknowledgements 99
// References 99 // 5 Plastid Genomes of Seed Plants 103-126 // Robert K. Jansen and Tracey A. Ruhlman // Summary 103 // I. Introduction 104 // II. Plastid Genome Organization 104 // ill. Plastid Inheritance 110 // IV. Genomic Rearrangements 111 // V. Patterns and Rates of Nucleotide Substitutions 115 // VI. Phylogenetic Utility of Plastome Data for Resolving // Relationships Among Seed Plants 117 // VII. Conclusions and Future Directions 119 // Acknowledgments 120 // References 120 // 6 Mitochondrial Genomes of Algae 127-157 // Gertraud Burger and Aurora M. Nedelcu // Summary 128 // I. Introduction 128 // II. Mitochondrial Genome Structure and Gene Complement 129 // III. Algal mtDNAs 133 // IV. Recurring Patterns of Mitochondrial Genome Evolution 150 // Acknowledgments 152 // References 152 // 7 Conservative and Dynamic Evolution // of Mitochondrial Genomes in Early Land Plants 159-174 // Yang Liu, Jiayu Xue, Bin Wang, Libo Li, and Yin-Long Qiu // Summary 159 // I. Introduction 160 // II. Genome Size and Gene Content 160 // III. Genome Rearrangement and Gene Order 165 // IV. Introns 169 // V. RNA Editing 170 // VI. Concluding Remarks 171 // Acknowledgment 171 // References 171 // 8 Seed Plant Mitochondrial Genomes: Complexity Evolving 175-200 // Volker Knoop // Summary 175 // I. Introduction 176 // II. Complete Plant Chondrome Sequences 176 // III. Evolving Gene Complements in Seed Plant Chondromes 180 // IV. Plant Mitochondrial Intron Stasis and Dynamics 184 // V. Evolving Structural
Complexity in Plant Chondromes 187 // VI. Evolving RNA Editing 191 // VII Perspectives 191 // References 193 // 9 Promiscuous Organellar DNA 201-221 // Andrew H Lloyd, Mathieu Rousseau-Gueutin, // Anna E Sheppard, Michael A Ayliffe, and Jeremy N Timmis // Summary 202 // I. Introduction 202 // II. Organelle Genome Reduction 202 // III. Promiscuous DNA: Ongoing Organelle // DNA Transfer to the Nucleus 206 // IV. Mechanisms of Gene Transfer to the Nucleus 210 // V. Activation of a Newly Transferred Organelle Gene 213 // VI. Plastid DNA in Higher Plant Mitochondria 214 // VII. Perspective 216 // Acknowledgements 216 // References 217 // 10 Horizontal Gene Transfer in Eukaryotes: Fungi-to-Plant // and Plant-to-Plant Transfers of Organellar DNA 223-235 // Susanne S. Renner and Sidonie Beilot // Summary 223 // I. Introduction 224 // II. Detecting and Evaluating Cases of Horizontal Gene Transfer 224 // III. DNA Transfers Among Bacteria or Fungi and Plants 227 // IV. Plant-to-Plant DNA Transfers 228 // V. Transposable Elements 229 // VI. Problematic, Controversial, and Erroneous // Reports of HGT Involving Plants 229 // VII. Mechanisms of Plant-to-Plant HGT 230 // VIII. Perspective 231 // References 232 // 11 Plastome Mutants of Higher Plants 237-266 // Stephan Greiner // Summary 237 // I. Introduction 238 // II. A Brief Survey of Plastid Genetics 239 // III. Sources of Plastome Mutants 243 // IV. Maintenance of Plastome Mutants 248 // V. Identification of Plastome Mutants 250 // VI. Types
of Plastome Mutants 250 // VII. Plastome Mutants of Oenothera 256 // VIII. Perspectives 257 // Acknowledgments 258 // References 259 // 12 Plant Mitochondrial Mutations 267-291 // Susan Gabay-Laughnan and Kathleen J. Newton // Summary 267 // I. Introduction 268 // II. Mitochondrial Rearrangements and Mutations 269 // III. Cytoplasmic Male Sterility 270 // IV. Cytoplasmic Reversion to Fertility 274 // V. Nuclear-Cytoplasmic Interactions 277 // VI. Mitochondrial Repeats and the Induction // of Rearrangement Mutations 281 // VII. Conclusions 283 // Acknowledgments 283 // References 283 // 13 Land Plant RNA Editing or: Don’t Be Fooled // by Plant Organellar DNA Sequences 293-321 // Sabrina Finster, Julia Legen, Yujiao Qu, and Christian Schmitz-Linneweber // Summary 293 // I. The Essentials of Organellar RNA Editing: C to U and U to C 294 // II. Phylogenetic Distribution of RNA Editing Sites in Land Plants 295 // III. c/s-Requirements for Plant Organellar RNA Editing 296 // VI. Trans-Factors for C-to-U RNA Editing in Plant Organelles 300 // V. The Why Behind RNA Editing 310 // VI. Perspectives 313 // Acknowledgements 313 // References 314 // 14 Expression Profiling of Organellar Genes 323-355 // Teodoro Cardi, Philippe Giegé, Sabine Kahlau, and Nunzia Scotti // Summary 323 // I. Introduction 324 // II. Regulation of Gene Expression in Plant Organelles 325 // III. Technological Developments for the Expression // Profiling of Organellar Genes 329 // IV. Expression Profiling in Plastids 330
// V. Expression Profiling in Mitochondria 340 // VI. Conclusions 344 // Acknowledgments 344 // References 344 // 15 Organellar Proteomics: Close Insights into the Spatial Breakdown and Functional Dynamics of Plant // Primary Metabolism 357-378 // Hans-Peter Braun and Holger Eubel // Summary 357 // I. Introduction 358 // II. Concepts and General Technical Challenges // of Organelle Proteomics 360 // III. Plastid Proteomics 362 // IV. Mitochondrial Proteomics 370 // V. Peroxisome Proteomics 373 // VI. The General Impact of Proteomics on Organelle Research 374 // VII. Outlook 374 // Acknowledgments 375 // References 375 // 16 Plastid Transformation in Algae 379-392 // Jörg Nickelsen and Alexandra-Viola Bohne // Summary 379 // I. Introduction 379 // II. Chloroplast Biology of C. reinhardtii 380 // III. Transformation Procedures 381 // IV. Transformed Algae Species 385 // V. Expression of Foreign Genes and Algal // Chloroplast Biotechnology 386 // VI. Future Perspectives 390 // Acknowledgments 390 // References 390 // 17 Plastid Transformation in Flowering Plants 393-414 // Pal Maliga // Summary 394 // I. Introduction 394 // II. Methods for DNA Introduction 395 // III. Marker Genes 396 // IV. Vectors 400 // V. Marker Excision 402 // VI. Flowering Plant Species with Systems // for Plastid Transformation 403 // VII. Perspectives 409 // Acknowledgments 409 // References 409 // 18 Reverse Genetics in Flowering Plant Plastids 415-441 // Anil Day // Summary 415 // I. Introduction 416
II. Principles of Plastid Reverse Genetics Methods 418 // III. Verifying Homoplasmy of Mutant Plastid Genomes 422 // IV. Loss-of-Function Mutations in Tobacco Plastid Genes 423 // V. Deletion of Dispensable Tobacco Plastid Genes 423 // VI. Identification and Analysis of Essential // Plastid Genes in Tobacco 429 // VII. Introducing Site-Directed Mutations into Plastid Genes 433 // VIII. Multiple Rounds of Plastid Transformation: // Double Mutants; Site Directed Mutations 434 // IX. Perspective 437 // Acknowledgements 437 // Note Added in Proof 437 // References 437 // 19 Transformation and Nucleic Acid Delivery // to Mitochondria 443-458 // Claire Remade, Patrice Hamel, Veronique Larosa, // Thalia Salinas, Nitya Subramanian, Nathalie Bonnefoy, // and Frank Kempken // Summary 444 // I. Mt Transformation 444 // II. DNA and RNA Delivery into Plant Mitochondria 449 // III. Conclusion 453 // Acknowledgements 454 // References 454 // Subject Index // 459-475

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