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Brassinosteroids

a new class of plant hormones

by V. A. Khripach

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Published by Academic Press in San Diego .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brassinosteroids.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 373-444) and index.

    StatementV.A. Khripach, V.N. Zhabinskii, A.E. de Groot.
    ContributionsZhabinskiĭ, V. N., Groot, A. E. de
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK898.B85 K482 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 456 p. :
    Number of Pages456
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL398159M
    ISBN 100124063608
    LC Control Number98087079
    OCLC/WorldCa40343593

      Brassinosteroids (BRs) comprise a class of over 40 polyhydroxylated sterol derivatives that appear to be ubiquitously distributed throughout the plant kingdom. Among plant hormones, BRs are structurally the most similar to animal steroid hormones, which have well-known functions in regulating embryonic and post-embryonic development and adult. Brassinosteroids (BRs) are a class of plant-specific steroid hormones that play key roles in plant physiology and that actively participate in the regulation of plant responses to stress.

      Brassinosteroids (BRs) are a class of polyhydroxylated steroidal phytohormones in plants with similar structures to animals’ steroid hormones. Brassinosteroids regulate a wide range of physiological processes including plant growth, development and immunity. Brassinosteroid signalling and its integration with other signalling pathways have been investigated thoroughly at the molecular Cited by: Brassinosteroids (BRs) are natural plant hormones critical for growth and development. BR deficient or signaling mutants show significantly shortened root phenotypes. However, for a long time, it was thought that these phenotypes were solely caused by reduced cell elongation in the mutant by:

      Brassinosteroids 1. Brassinosteroids 2. Brassinosteroids Brassinosteroids (polyhydroxysteroids) or Brassins act like auxins Brassinosteroids are steroid hormones that influence many of the same developmental systems as auxins These compounds were first discovered in rapeseed plant (Brassica napus) pollen The most known example of brassinosteroids is brassinolide. The most consistent phenotype of the brassinosteroid (BR)-related mutants is the dwarf habit. This observation has been reported in every species in which BR action has been studied through a mutational approach. On this basis, a significant role has been attributed to BRs in promoting plant growth. In this review, we summarize the work conducted in rice, maize, and barley for the genetic Author: Giulia Castorina, Gabriella Consonni.


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Brassinosteroids by V. A. Khripach Download PDF EPUB FB2

Brassinosteroids demonstrate various kinds of regulatory activities in the growth and development of plants. This book is based on a Russian monograph, but includes all important subsequent literature and developments, including unpublished data from the authors' laboratories. Read more Read less click to open popoverCited by: In this book BRs structure, signaling, biosynthesis, along with more recently proposed practical uses as well as proteomics study in regulation of brassinosteroids will be discussed.

In one chapter possible medical application will also be : Hardcover. Brassinosteroids demonstrate various kinds of regulatory activities in the growth and development of plants.

This book is based on a Russian monograph, but includes all important subsequent literature and developments, including unpublished data from the authors' laboratories.

This detailed volume compiles state-of-the-art methodologies for the study of brassinosteroid hormones, contributed by recognized researchers in the field, in order to bring together different experimental and theoretical biology techniques for addressing the questions of how brassinosteroids function in Arabidopsis and other agriculturally valuable species, such as rice and sorghum.

However, in this book, the information about the most recent group of phytohormones (Brassinosteroids) has been compiled by us. It is a class of over 40 5/5(1). In this book we are providing the information about a brassinosteroids that again confirm its status as phytohormones because it has significant impact on various aspects of the plant life and its ubiquitous distribution throughout the plant kingdom.

Brassinosteroids are generating a significant impact on plant growth and development, photosynthesis, transpiration, ion uptake and transport, induces specific. Within the last couple of years two books on brassinosteroids (Khripach VA, Zhabinskii VN, de Groot A.

Brassinosteroids—a new class of plant hormones. San Diego: Academic Press; Sakurai A, Yokota T, Clouse SD, eds. Cited by: Brassinosteroids can be classed as either C 27, C 28 or C 29 steroids according to the number of carbons in the structure.

The difference in the number of carbon atoms comes from the varied substituents at C24 in the side chain which include a methylene, methyl, ethylidene, ethyl and no substituent as well as the presence of an additional methyl at C In this book BRs structure, signaling biosynthesis, along with more recently proposed practical uses as well as proteomics study in regulation of brassinosteroids has been discussed.

In one of these chapters possible medical application has also been : Shamsul Hayat. However, in this book, the information about the most recent group of phytohormones (Brassinosteroids) has been compiled by us.

It is a class of over 40 polyhydroxylated sterol derivatives, ubiquitously distributed throughout the plant kingdom. Brassinosteroids (BRs) are a relatively recently discovered group of phytohormones that are essential for normal plant growth and development.

They participate in regulation of numerous vital. Brassinosteroids demonstrate various kinds of regulatory activities in the growth and development of plants.

This book is based on a Russian monograph, but includes all important subsequent. In this book BRs structure, signaling, biosynthesis, along with more recently proposed practical uses as well as proteomics study in regulation of brassinosteroids will be discussed. In one chapter possible medical application will also be described.

The Arabidopsis Book contains comprehensive information about a broad range of topics in research on Arabidopsis thaliana and related species.

Brassinosteroids (BRs) are endogenous plant hormones essential for the proper regulation of multiple physiological processes required for normal plant growth and development.

Brassinosteroids Steven D. Clouse Department of Horticultural Science, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC USA Address correspondence to [email protected] Brassinosteroids (BRs) are endogenous plant hormones essential for the proper regulation of multiple physiological pro-cesses required for normal plant growth and.

Brassinosteroids (BRs) are endogenous plant hormones essential for the proper regulation of multiple physiological processes required for normal plant growth and development.

Since their discovery more than 30 years ago, extensive research on the mechanisms of BR action using biochemistry, mutant studies, proteomics and genome-wide. Brassinosteroids are plant-derived polyhydroxylated derivatives of 5a-cholestane, structurally similar to cholesterol-derived animal steroid hormones and insect ecdysteroids, with no known function in mammals.

Homobrassinolide (HB), a steroidal lactone with potent plant growth-promoting property, stimulated protein synthesis and inhibited protein degradation in L6 rat skeletal muscle cells Cited by:   Brassinosteroids (BRs) are a relatively recently discovered group of phytohormones that are essential for normal plant growth and development.

They participate in regulation of numerous vital physiological processes in plants, such as elongation, germination, photomorphogenesis, immunity and reproductive organ development.

Structurally they are very similar to animal steroid hormones and Cited by:   The initial identification of brassinosteroids as plant hormones in the late s relied on advances in analytical chemistry. Plants that fail to produce brassinosteroids exhibit a number of developmental changes, including dwarfism and a de‐etiolated phenotype when grown in darkness.

The Case for Brassinosteroids as Endogenous Plant Hormones Jenneth M. Sasse Chap DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): November 4. Brassinosteroid insensitive 1 (BRI1) is the major receptor of the plant hormone brassinosteroid.

It plays very important roles in plant development, especially in the control of cell elongation and for the tolerance of environmental 1 enhances cell elongation, promotes pollen development, controls vasculature development and promotes chilling and freezing :   brassinosteroids as plant harmone Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website.This detailed volume compiles state-of-the-art methodologies for the study of brassinosteroid hormones, contributed by recognized researchers in the field, in order to bring together different experimental and theoretical biology techniques for addressing the questions of how brassinosteroids function in Arabidopsis and other agriculturally.