International review of cytology [electronic resource] : a survey of cell biology. Volume 239 / edited by Kwang W. Jeon.
- New York : Academic Press, 2004.
- International review of cytology ; v. 239.
International review of cytology ; v. 239
1 online resource (291 p.)
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- International Review of Cytology presents current advances and comprehensive reviews in cell biology - both plant and animal. Authored by some of the foremost scientists in the field, each volume provides up-to-date information and directions for future research. Articles in this volume address multihormonal control of vitellogenesis in lower vertebrates; structure, evolutionary conservation and functions of angiotensin- and endothelin-converting enzymes; cell and molecular biology of nucleolar assembly and disassembly; and MAPping the eukaryotic tree of life: structure, function, and evolutio
- Cover; Contents; Contributors; Chapter 1. Multihormonal Control of Vitellogenesis in Lower Vertebrates; I. Introduction; II. History of Vitellogenin; III. Vitellogenesis and Reproductive Strategies; IV. Hormones Regulating Vitellogenin Synthesis; V. Vitellogenin Utilization; VI. Vitellogenin as Biomarker of the Feminization Process Induced by Environmental Estrogens; VII. Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 2. Structure, Evolutionary Conservation, and Functions of Angiotensin- and Endothelin-Converting Enzymes; I. Introduction; II. Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Mammals
III. ACE in InvertebratesIV. Endothelin-Converting Enzyme: State of the Art in Mammals; V. Other Roles of ACE and ECE; VI. Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 3. Cell and Molecular Biology of Nucleolar Assembly and Disassembly; I. Introduction; II. Nucleolar Organizers; III. The Interphase Nucleolus: Compartments, Components, and Functions; IV. Nucleologenesis is Concurrent with the Reinitiation of NOR Transcription; V. Embryonic Nucleologenesis; VI. Nucleolar Disassembly at Mitosis; VII. Perspectives; References
Chapter 4. MAPping the Eukaryotic Tree of Life: Structure, Function, and Evolution of the MAP215/Dis1 Family of Microtubule-Associated ProteinsI. Introduction; II. Structure of MAP215/Dis1-Related Proteins in Protists; III. Structure and Function of the Dis1-Related Proteins in Fungi; IV. Structure and Function of Mor1/Gem1-Related Proteins in Plants; V. The Structure and Function of MAP215/Dis1-Related Proteins in Animals; VI. Toward Reconciling the Many Functions of MAP215/Dis1 Family Proteins; VII. Conclusion; References; Index
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Jeon, Kwang W.
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