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Plasma membrane oxidoreductases in control of animal and plant growth

NATO AdvancedResearch Workshop on Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth (1988 Cordoba, Spain)

Plasma membrane oxidoreductases in control of animal and plant growth

proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshopon Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth, held March 21-25, 1988, in Cordoba, Spain

by NATO AdvancedResearch Workshop on Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth (1988 Cordoba, Spain)

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Published by Plenum in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biological transport.,
  • Cell membranes.,
  • Growth.,
  • Oxidation-reduction reaction.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Frederick L. Crane and D. James Morré and Hans Löw.
    SeriesNATO ASI series. Series A : Life sciences -- 157, NATO ASI series -- 157.
    ContributionsCrane, Frederick L., Morré, D. J. 1935-, Löw, Hans., NATO Scientific Affairs Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH601
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv,443p. :
    Number of Pages443
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21251257M
    ISBN 100306430924

    Involvement of Plasma Membrane Redox Systems in Growth Control of Animal and Plant Cells; J.A. González-Reyes, et al. Possible Sources of Reactive Oxygen During the Oxidative Burst in Plants; T.M. Murphy, et al. Antioxidative Role of Ubiquinone in Animal Plasma Membrane; J.M. Villalba, et al. Metal Reduction by Macrophages. Plant-parasitic nematodes Meloidogyne spp induce an elaborate permanent feeding site characterized by the redifferentiation of root cells into multinucleate and hypertrophied giant cells. We have isolated by a promoter trap strategy an Arabidopsis thaliana formin gene, AtFH6, which is upregulated during giant cell formation. Formins are actin-nucleating proteins that stimulate de novo.

    Involvement of plasma membrane redox systems in growth control of animal and plant cells--Possible sources of reactive oxygen during the oxidative burst in plants--Antioxidative role of ubiquinone in animal plasma membrane--Metal reduction by macrophages: Its role in low-density lipoprotein oxidation--Plasma membrane protein disulfide isomerase.   The Cytoplasm. The cytoplasm is the entire region of a cell between the plasma membrane and the nuclear envelope (a structure to be discussed shortly). It is made up of organelles suspended in the gel-like cytosol, the cytoskeleton, and various chemicals (Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\)).Even though the cytoplasm consists of 70 to 80 percent water, it has a semi-solid .

    Consequently, plant cells are not fully separated, and both the plasma membrane and endoplasmic reticulum traverse cellular borders through plasmodesmata. These membranes are physically interlinked into continuous membraneous system essentially spanning the whole plant (Lucas et al., ). The molecular functions of several aquaporins are well characterized (e.g., by analysis of aquaporin-expressing Xenopus oocytes). However, their significance in the physiology of water transport in multicellular organisms remains uncertain. The tobacco plasma membrane aquaporin NtAQP1 was used to elucidate this issue. By comparing antisense plants that were inhibited in NtAQP1 expression with.


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Plasma membrane oxidoreductases in control of animal and plant growth by NATO AdvancedResearch Workshop on Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth (1988 Cordoba, Spain) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The rapid response of c fos and c myc Proto-oncogene to stimulation of plasma membrane redox activity by external oxidants under­ scores a potential role of plasma membrane oxidoreductases in growth control.

Other experiments with isolated endosomes in­ dicate emerging roles in. Buy Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth (Nato Science Series A:) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth (Nato Science Series A:): Frederick Crane: : Books.

NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth ( Córdoba, Spain). Plasma membrane oxidoreductases in control of animal and plant growth.

New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Get this from a library. Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth.

[Frederick L Crane; D James Morré; Hans Löw] -- The objective of this workshop was to examine the nature of plasma membrane electron transport and how this electron transport contributes to growth of cells.

The workshop came at a time when the. Buy Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth (Nato Science Series A:) by Frederick Crane (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

Cite this chapter as: Cakmak I., Marschner H. () Role of Zinc in Plasma Membrane Integrity and O 2 −-Generating NADPH Oxidase : Crane F.L., Morré D.J., Löw H. (eds) Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth.

This multiauthor book provides comprehensive coverage of the oxidoreduction reactions in plasma membranes and the role of these enzymes in controlling growth and other cell functions in plants in the following chapters: early days of oxidoreduction and transport hypotheses in plants; oxidoreductase enzymes in plant plasma membranes; electron transport constituents in the plant plasma membrane.

Blein JP., Bourdil I., Scalla R. () NADH-Ferricyanide Oxidoreductase Activity in Maize Root Cell Plasma Membrane. In: Crane F.L., Morré D.J., Löw H.

(eds) Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth. Abstract. Correlative evidence from cultured mammalian cells suggests that growth and plasma membrane redox activities are somehow related. This comes in part from studies with hormones, growth factors and anticancer drugs where substances that stimulate or inhibit growth respectively stimulate or inhibit plasma membrane redox activities to corresponding degrees and vice versa (Crane et al.

Plasma membrane redox processes have now been demonstrated to play an essential role in growth control and defense mechanisms of these cells. The great importance of the plasma membrane redox systems originates in the fact that they are located in the membrane which is essentially the site of communication between the living cell and its.

Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth | SpringerLink Oxidoreductase in Plant Plasmalemma. * Redox Components in the Plant Plasma Membrane Ian M.

Møller, Per Askerlund, Christer. Oxidation-reduction (i.e. redox) processes at the plasma membrane of any cell have been attracting more and more attention, both in basic and in applied research, since the first workshop dealing with the plasma membrane oxidoreductases was organized in Cordoba, Spain, in This evolution is.

On the other hand, plasma membranes are endoved with trans-plasma membrane oxidoreductases (PMO), which have been found in most cells and whose role in various central membrane processes, including energy transduction and post-receptor signal transmission of most cells, has been demonstrated (Crane, ).

Modulation of redox reactions involved in DNA synthesis by oxygen and artificial electron acceptors. In: Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases in Control of Animal and Plant Growth, F. Crane, D. Morrand H. Lbw (Eds), pp.

Plenum, New York. The general concept of a hormone stimulated plasma membrane NADH oxidase was indicated early by the presence of a plant hormone-stimulated oxidase in plant plasma membranes (Morré et al., ). No matter how carefully the plasma membranes were prepared the question kept coming up: Was the activity due to microsomal contamination.

Plant plasma membranes contain oxidoreductase enzymes which are located on internal and external surfaces and in transmembrane orientation. Growth regulators affect some of these enzymes which control proton release from cells. NADH oxidase activity is stimulated by auxins, whereas external ferricyanide reduction, as a measure of transmembrane redox, is inhibited by auxins, sethoxydim and.

Book Description. The concept of general oxidoreductase function at the plasma level is new. Oxidoreduction at the Plasma Membrane: Relation to Growth and Transport provides the first truly comprehensive coverage of the oxidoreduction reactions in plasma membranes and the role that can now be attributed to these enzymes in controlling growth and other cell functions in plants and animals.

Scientific Affairs Division. Title(s): Plasma membrane oxidoreductases in control of animal and plant growth/ edited by Frederick L. Crane, D. James Morré and Hans Löw.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Plenum Press, c Description: xv, p.: ill. Recent work has established that Cdk1 and nutrients send signals that control membrane growth, so these are good starting points and proteome-wide mass spectrometry could identify the targets of these signals that control membrane growth [11,15,47].

There may be considerable rewards in discovery of mechanisms of membrane growth. Plasma Membrane Oxidoreductases. in Control of Animal and Plant Growth.

New York: Abstract book: 92– Gvozdjáková A, Kucharská J. Plasma membrane redox control. This investigation started when a paper by Gonzales-Gronow et al1 appeared reporting that antibodies in the voltage dependent anion channel (VDAC) were increased in autistic children.

The recent discovery by Baker et al2 that VDAC is a transplasma membrane ferricyanide reductase introduced the possibility that plasma membrane redox is involved in autism. NADH oxidase activity of plasma 2'8 HL PLASMA MEMBRANES membrane vesicles isolated from HL cells and HL cells h resistant to adriamycin.

Values are of duplicate --~h_-~-1\ determinations mean average \ deviations. PLASMA MEMBRANES \\ O z 0 -9 -8 -7 LOG (BULLATACINj, M.Recent data on the plasma membrane (PM)-located LRR-RLKs (for Leu-rich repeat receptor-like kinases) BRI1 (for brassinosteroid insensitive 1) and the coreceptors BAK1 (for BRI1-associated kinase 1) and SERK1 (for somatic embryogenesis receptor-like kinase 1) that participate in the perception of.