Amino Acids, Proteins and Nucleic Acids: Amino Acids, Proteins and Nucleic Acids v. 5
The series, Methods in Plant Biochemistry, provides an authoritative reference on current techniques in the various fields of plant biochemical research. Each volume in the series will, under the expert guidance of a guest editor, deal with a particular group of plant compounds. Each will describe the historical background and current, most useful methods of analysis. The volumes include detailed discussions of the protocols and suitability of each technique. Case treatments, diagrams, chemical structures, reference data, and properties will be featured along with a full list of references to the specialist literature. Conceived as a practical companion to The Biochemistry of Plants, edited by P.K. Stumpf and E.E. Conn, no plant biochemical laboratory can afford to be without this comprehensive and up-to-date reference source.
- Hardback | 368 pages
- 172.7 x 248.9 x 20.3mm | 725.76g
- 01 Mar 1991
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
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Table of contents
Non-protein amino acids, S.Hunt; purines, pyrimidines, nucleosides and nucleotides, E.G.Brown; cytokins, R.Horgan and I.Scott; RNA, R.J.Slater; DNA, S.A.Boffey; isolation and characterization of thylakoid membrane proteins, D.J.Chapman et al; electrophoretic procedures for fractionation of photosystem I and II pigment-proteins of higher plants and for determination of their sub-unit composition, G.F.Peter and J.P.Thornber; chromoproteins from macroalgae, L.J.Rogers; phytochromes, M.D.Partis and B.Thomas; seed storage proteins - the enzyme inhibitors, M.Richardson; cell wall-bound proteins, S.C.Fry.
This volume is directed at the plant biochemist, the phytochemist, and the plant physiologist as well... A must to the specialists in carbohydrate biochemistry, but it is also of interest to researchers working in related areas... Setting a new standard in plant biochemistry, this new volume is a very good buy and well deserves its place in any plant biology library. --JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY