edited by Anthony J. W. Hall
Endogenous Plant Rhythms provides a contemporary overview of endogenous plant rhythms for researchers and professionals in the plant sciences. It will also serve as a valuable source of reference for the wider circadian community.
- A contemporary account of endogenous plant rhythms, taking account of the major advances of recent years
- Of interest to plant scientists more generally, in view of the relevance of circadian rhythms to so many processes
- Contributors are drawn from major international laboratories
- The plant circadian clock: review of a clockwork
- Pseudo-response regulator genes"tell" the time of day: multiple feedbacks in the circadian system of higher plants?
- Multiple and slave oscillators
- Entrainment of the plant circadian clock
- Photoreceptors and light signalling pathways in plants
- Circadian regulation of global gene expression and metabolism
- Photoperiodic responses and the regulation of flowering
- Circadian regulation of Ca2+ signalling
- The circadian clock in CAM plants
- Clock evolution and adaptation: whence and whither?