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Author: L. Bogorad
ISBN13: 978-0306356124
Title: Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis in Plants (Nato Science Series A:)
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Publisher: Springer; First Edition edition (April 1, 1977)
Pages: 417

Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis in Plants (Nato Science Series A:) by L. Bogorad



During the summer of 1974 we discussed the state of molecular biology and biochemical developmental biology in plants on a few occasions in Paris and in Strasbourg. We outlined a program for a course to colleagues. Bibliographic Information. Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis in Plants. Nato Science Series A: Series Volume.

Lectures presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis in Plants, sponsored by NATO, FEBS, EMBO, at a colloquium sponsored by CNRS, held in Strasbourg, France, July 15-24. Nato advanced study institute series : Series A, Life sciences ;, v. 12.

Home All Categories Science & Math Books Botany Books Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis In Plants (NATO Advanced Study Institute Series: Series A, Life Science). ISBN13: 9781468427776. During the summer of 1974 we discussed the state of molecular biology and biochemical developmental biology in plants on a few occasions in Paris and in Strasbourg.

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This book arises from the NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI) titled "Functionalized Nanoscale Materials, Devices, and Systems for chem. bio Sensors, Photonics, and Energy Generation and Storage" held in Sinaia, Romania in June 2007.

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These plants soon yield . .have learned how to alter the cells. DNA contains four nitrogenous bases. DNA replication, or DNA synthesis, is carried out by a series of enzymes. The enzymes even proofread the bases that have been inserted to ensure that they are paired correctly. RNA is the nucleic acid that acts as a messenger between DNA and the ribosomes and carries out the process by which proteins are made from amino acids. The Structure of RNA RNA, like DNA, consists of a long chain of macromolecules made up of nucleotides. Each nucleotide is made up of a 5-carbon sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogenous base.

Nucleic acids are the main molecules of the cell, and, by directing the process of protein. As with the synthesis of polysaccharides and lipids, the formation of the nucleic acids and proteins from their building blocks require. his article covers the chemistry of nucleic acids, describing the structures and properties that allow them to serve as the transmitters of genetic information. Nucleotides: building blocks of nucleic acids. Nucleic acids are is, long chainlike molecules composed of a series.

During the summer of 1974 we discussed the state of molecular biology and biochemical developmental biology in plants on a few occasions in Paris and in Strasbourg. The number of laboratories engaged in such research is minute compared with those studying comparable problems in animal and bacterial systems, but by then much interesting work had been done and a great momentum was building. It seemed to us that the summer of 1976 would be a good time to review these areas of plant biology for students as well as advanced workers. We outlined a program for a course to colleagues both in Europe and the United States and asked a few potential lecturers if they would be interested. The response was not just positive; it was overwhelm­ ingly enthusiastic. Those who had some acquaintance with Alsace, and especially with Strasbourg, invariably told us that they had two reasons for being enthusiastic about participating - the subject and the proposed site. The lectures published here* reflect the diversity of current research in plant molecular biology and biochemical developmental biology. Each lecture gives us a glimpse of the depth of questions being asked, and sometimes answered, in segments of this field of investigation. This research is directed at fundamental biological problems, but answers to these questions will provide knowledge essential for bringing about major changes in the way the world's agricultural enterprise can be improved.