Inducible gene expression in plants


Inducible gene expression in plants

edited by P.H.S. Reynolds

CAB International, c1999

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Includes bibliographical references and index



The use of inducible gene expression systems is a rapidly developing area of plant molecular biological research. There is considerable interest in the use of these systems as research tools, not only because they allow expression of genes which may be, for example, developmentally lethal, but also because they allow for controlled experiments to be performed in a true isogenic background. They also have the potential to provide a means by which desired characters are expressed in field-based systems in the future.


1: Inducible Control of Gene Expression: An Overview, P H S Reynolds 2: Use of the TN10-Encoded Tetracycline Repressor to Control Gene Expression, C Gatz, Universitat Goettingen, Germany 3: Ecdysteroid Agonist-inducible Control of Gene Expression in Plants, A Martinez and I Jepson, Zeneca Agrochemicals, Bracknell, UK 4: Glucocorticoid-inducible Gene Expression in Plants, T Aoyama, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Japan 5: Tissue-specific, Copper-controllable Gene Expression in Plants, V L Mett and P H S Reynolds, The Horticulture and Food Research Institute of New Zealand 6: Nitrate Inducibility of Gene Expression Using the Nitrite Reductase Gene Promoter, S J Rothstein and S Sivasankar, University of Guelph, Canada 7: Use of Heat Shock Promoters to Control Gene Expression in Plants, R T Nagao, University of Georgia, USA and W B Gurley, University of Florida, USA 8: Wound-inducible Genes in Plants, L Zhou and R Thornburg, Iowa State University, USA 9: Developmental Targeting of Gene Expression by the Use of a Senescence-specific Promoter, S Gan, University of Kentucky, USA and R M Amasino, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA 10: Abscisic Acid- and Stress-induced Promoter Switches in the Control of Gene Expression, Q Shen, Monsanto Company, Chesterfield, USA and T-H D Ho, Washington University, St. Louis, USA 11: Potential Use of Hormone Responsive Elements to Control Gene Expression in Plants, T J Guilfoyle and G Hagen, University of Missouri, Columbia

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