3 edition of Lipid metabolism in plants found in the catalog.
Lipid metabolism in plants
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Thomas S. Moore, Jr.|
|Contributions||Moore, Thomas S.|
|LC Classifications||QK898.L56 L55 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||653 p. :|
|Number of Pages||653|
|LC Control Number||92046760|
The five pathways/cycles of lipid metabolism are: (1) Fatty Acid Oxidation (2) Biosynthesis of Fatty Acids (3) Metabolism of Cholesterol (4) Cholesterol Biosynthesis and (5) Degradation of Cholesterol. Lipids are indispensable for cell structure and function. Due to their hydrophobic and non-polar nature, lipids differ from rest of the body. Title:Immunosuppression-lipid Metabolism Interplay and Medicinal Plants in Atherosclerosis: A Review VOLUME: 24 ISSUE: 24 Author(s):Fahimeh Moradi, Robert D.E Sewell, Zahra Lorigooini and Mahmoud Rafieian-Kopaei* Affiliation:Medical Plants Research Center, Basic Health Sciences Institute, Shahrekord University of Medical Sciences, Shahrekord, Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical.
Levels of LEC1, LEC2 and FUS3 mRNA are close to fold higher in roots of pkl mutants than wild-type plants, leading to the ectopic expression of embryogenic genes, the synthesis of storage lipids and swollen green primary root tips. CHD3 proteins are known to act as transcriptional repressors, often as part of complexes possessing histone. Presents the fundamental principles of plant lipid metabolism and examines current research in the field. Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas S Moore. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description.
arabidopsis, lipid,lipids, acyl-lipid, acyl-lipids,arabidopsis lipid, arabidopsis lipids, arabidopsis acyl-lipid, arabidopsis acyl-lipids, galactolipid, sulpholipid. This book will be a good reference source for research scientists, advanced students and industrialists wishing to follow the considerable progress made in recent years on plant lipid metabolism and to envision the new opportunities offered by genetic engineering for Price: $
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Plant lipid metabolism. In book: lipid metabilism, Publisher: intechopen This chapter will also focus on the structure and biosynthesis of fatty acids and membrane lipids in plants.
In plants, the synthesis of fatty acids takes place in the chloroplast and the fatty acid synthase is prokaryotic type. In plants, the structure of membrane lipids is different from that of eukaryotic cells. The membranes of the chloroplasts are essentially formed of galatolipids.
This chapter will also focus on the structure and biosynthesis of fatty acids Lipid metabolism in plants book membrane lipids in by: 4. DOI link for Lipid Metabolism in Plants. Lipid Metabolism in Plants book. Lipid Metabolism in Plants. DOI link for Lipid Metabolism in Plants.
Lipid Metabolism in Plants book. By Thomas S. Moore. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 1 February Pub. location Boca by: Book Description This text presents a comprehensive description of the fundamental principles of plant lipid metabolism and then uses this base to examine current research in the field.
The importance of molecular biology and the incorporation of new analytical methods are discussed, and the contributions of current research to agricultural and. Lipid Metabolism in Plants | Moore, Thomas S | download | B–OK.
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Lipid Metabolism in Plants book. By Thomas S. Moore. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 1 Cited by: Biochemical approaches toward understanding plant lipid biosynthesis and function provided much of the information summarized above.
However, in recent years, the isolation of mutants in plant lipid metabolism has been extremely fruitful Cited by: Plants produce the majority of the world's lipids, and most animals, including humans, depend on these lipids as a major source of calories and essential fatty acids.
Like other eukaryotes, plants require lipids for membrane biogenesis, as signal molecules, and as a form of stored carbon and energy. In plants, lipids function in a variety of ways.
Lipids are a major component of biological membranes and are used as a compact energy source for seed germination. Fatty acids, the major lipids in plants, are synthesized in plastid and assembled by glycerolipids or triacylglycerols in endoplasmic reticulum. The metabolism of fatty acids and triacylglycerols is well studied in most Arabidopsis Author: Hyun Uk Kim.
This edited volume is a collection of reviewed and relevant research chapters concerning developments within the field of lipid metabolism. It includes scholarly contributions from experts in the field that cover such topics as roles of lipids in cancer, analytical tools for lipid assessment in biological assays, plant lipid metabolism, the effect of nanoparticles on lipid peroxidation in Author: Rodrigo Valenzuela Baez.
Lipid metabolism and oxidation in plants subjected to abiotic stresses Sofo A, Dichio B, Xiloyannis C, Masia A (a) Lipoxygenase activity and proline accumulation in leaves and roots of.
Lipid Metabolism in Plants and Algae. This Special Focus Issue (Vol. 60, Issue 6) is organized by Yonghua Li-Beisson and Hajime Wada, and highlights the latest research on lipid structure, function and metabolism in plants and algae. Editorial: Plant and algal lipids set sail for new horizons Yonghua Li-Beisson and Hajime Wada.
Lipids influence many aspects of plant and algal growth and. This book will be a good reference source for research scientists, advanced students and industrialists wishing to follow the considerable progress made in recent years on plant lipid metabolism and to envision the new opportunities offered by genetic engineering for the development of novel oil seeds.
Lipid Metabolism in Plants 1st Edition by Thomas S. Moore (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Cited by: Lipids are an essential constituent of all plant cells.
The vegeta- tive cells of plants contain -5 to 10% lipid by dry weight, and almost all of this weight is found in the membranes. Although each square centimeter of a plant leaf may contain only mg of lipid, this amount can account for.
Lipids metabolism in plants 1. Lipids metabolism Somayeh Hooshyar 2. Definition of lipids • Lipids are a structurally diverse group of hydrophobic molecules that are preferentially soluble in non-aqueous solvents such as chloroform • Lipids are highly hydrophobic molecules with major roles in membrane structure, storage of carbon and energy reserves, plant protection and cell signaling.
Lipid metabolism is the synthesis and degradation of lipids in cells, involving the breakdown or storage of fats for energy and the synthesis of structural and functional lipids, such as those involved in the construction of cell animals, these fats are obtained from food or are synthesized by the liver.
Lipogenesis is the process of synthesizing these fats. Acyl lipids in Arabidopsis and all other plants have a myriad of diverse functions. These include providing the core diffusion barrier of the membranes that separates cells and subcellular organelles. This function alone involves more than 10 membrane lipid classes, including the phospholipids, gala.
Lipid Metabolism. Manju A. Lal. Pages Nitrogen Metabolism. Manju A. Lal. Pages Sulfur, Phosphorus, and Iron Metabolism in Plants. Manju A. Lal. Pages Part III. Front Matter. This book focuses on the fundamentals of plant physiology for undergraduate and graduate students. It consists of 34 chapters divided into.
Stress factors provoke enhanced production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in plants. Though ROS and their reaction products may act as second messengers in regulating complex downstream effects on primary and secondary metabolism, reaction of unmetabolized ROS with lipids can cause irreversible damage to their structure, initiate oxidation and subsequently halt plant cellular metabolism.
A Brief Synopsis and History of Arabidopsis Acyl-Lipid Metabolism. Perhaps the best overview of plant acyl-lipid synthesis is provided in the textbook chapter by Somerville et al. (), which will be available in updated version in Other more specialized reviews can be found in the Reference section of this chapter, where they are designated with the term “Review” after the reference.A Brief Synopsis and History of Arabidopsis Acyl-Lipid Metabolism.
Perhaps the best overview of plant acyl-lipid synthesis is provided in the textbook chapter by Somerville et al. (), which is expected to be updated in Other more specialized reviews can be found in the Reference section of this chapter, where they are designated with the term “Review” after the reference.Lipid Metabolism focuses on the regulation and metabolism of lipids.
This book is composed of 10 chapters that specifically deal with fatty acids, prostaglandins, glycerides, glycerophosphates, cholesterol, isoprenoids, and aromatic compounds. This text starts with an overview of fatty acid metabolism and its controlling factors.