Molecular genetics #3 - transfer and the linkage they...

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Arabidopsis is the current model for plant genomic and development research. The Arabidopsis is behind the current form of biochemical and structural analyses. The availability of the genome provides alternative and a first approach look at the identification of some interesting genes. Glycosyltransferase seem to appear in large numbers in higher eukaryotes than in lower eukaryotes. The type of family they are put into is determined by the type of sugar that they
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Unformatted text preview: transfer and the linkage they establish. The cell walls of plants play a crucial role in development, signal transduction, and response to environmental factors, including microbial pathogens and insects. Xyloglucan is in control of cell growth of the cell wall. In the end cell wall biosynthesis is very important to the understanding of plant development. This interest is spreading due to the increasing evidence that cell wall mediate cellular interactions....
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course ANTHROP[OL 1101 taught by Professor Marris during the Spring '10 term at Averett Unversity.

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