Genomics of Plants and Fungi by P-MarcelDekker


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									Genomics of Plants and Fungi
Mycology Series, Book 18

Editor: Rolf A. Prade
Editor: Hans J. Bohnert
Table of Contents



Michael J. Anderson, Jayne L. Brookman, and David W. Denning

Developmental Processes in Filamentous Fungi

Reinhard Fischer and Ursula Küesi 

Multiple GATA Transcription Factors Control Distinct Regulatory Circuits and Cellular Activities in

George A. Marzluf

Molecular Genetics of Metabolite Production by Industrial Filamentous Fungi
Christian P. Kubicek

Acquiring a New Viewpoint: Tools for Functional Genomics in the Filamentous Fungi

Todd M. DeZwaan, Keith D. Allen, Matthew M. Tanzer, Kiichi Adachi, Lakshman Ramamurthy, Sanjoy
Mahanty, and Lisbeth Hamer


Functional and Comparative Genomics of Cyanobacteria

Bradley Postier and Robert L. Burnap

Genomic Analysis of Arabidopsis Gene Expression in Response to a Systemic Fungicide

Huey-wen Chuang, Tzung-Fu Hsieh, Manuel Duval, and Terry L. Thomas

Identification of T-DNA Insertions in Arabidopsis Genes

Lászlo Szabados and Csaba Koncz 

Genomic Approaches for Studying Gene Families in Plants

Cathal Wilson, Balázs Melikant, and Erwin Heberle-Bros

Industrialization of Plant Gene Function Discovery

Douglas Boyes, Robert Ascenzi, Rao Mulpuri, Susanne Kjemtrup, Andreas Klöti, and Keith R. Davis 

Functional Genomics of Plant Abiotic Stress Tolerance
John C. Cushman


Using Workflow to Build an Information Management System for a Geographically Distributed Genome
Sequencing Initiative
David Hall, John Miller, Jonathan Arnold, Krys Kochut, Amit Sheth, and Michael Weise


Provides technical insight on how genomics-oriented studies may be used to bring new understanding to
established models of fungal development; assess and solve problems associated with multiple copies of
genes and proteins with seemingly identical functions; and depict various industrial and economic

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