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Red Algae in the Genomic Age

Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology Band 13

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r ed Algae in Genome Age book most people reading this book have childhood memories about being enthralled at the beach with those rare and mysterious living forms we knew as seaweeds. We were fascinated at that time by their range of red hues and textures, and most of all, their exotic beauty. t o a scientist, red algae represent much more than apparent features. t heir complex forms have attracted morphologists for centuries; their intricate life cycles have brought more than one surprise to plant biologists familiar only with ferns and fowering plants; their unusual tastes have been appreciated for mill- nia, and their valuable chemical constituents have been exploited for nearly as long, most recently by biotech companies; their diversity in marine, freshwater, and t- restrial environments has offered centuries of engaging entertainment for botanists eager to arrange them in orderly classifcation systems; still, the red algae continue to teach us how many more challenges need to be overcome in order to understand their biodiversity, biological functions, and evolutionary histories.


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Herausgeber David J. Chapman, Joseph Seckbach
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Erscheinungsdatum 27.07.2010
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9789048137954
Verlag Springer
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  • Introduction, J. Seckbach and D.J. Chapman. Foreword, J. Lopez-Bautist.
    Acknowledgements. List of authors and their addresses.
    The Chloroplast Division Machinery: Origin and Evolution, S.-Y. Miyagishim and H. Nakanishi
    Evolutionary History and Taxonomy of Red Algae, Yoon, H. S. et al.
    Invasive and Alien Rhodophyta in the Mediterranean and Along the Israeli Shores, R. Hoffman and Z. Dubinsky
    The Extreme Environments of Porphyra, A Fast Growing and Edible Red Marine Macroalga, A. Israel
    Investigations on Reproductive Affinities in Red Algae, M. Kamiya and J.A. West
    Taxonomic Revisions of Freshwater Rhodophyta in Recent Years, S. Kumano
    Developments In Biotechnology Of Red Algae, C.R.K. Reddy et al
    Porphyra: Complex Life Histories in a Harsh Environment: P. umbilicalis, an intertidal red alga for genomic analysis, E. Gantt et al
    Utilizing Red Algae to Understand a Neurodegenerative Disease, M.S. Gentry et al
    Coordination of Nuclear and Plastid Gene Expression in Red Algae and Green Plants, M. Hanaoka and K. Tanaka
    Plastid Evolution and the Nuclear Genomic 'Footprint' of Red and Green Algal Endosymbionts, J.F. Hopkins and J.M. Archibald
    Red Microalgae: From Basic Know-How to Biotechnology, M. Lapidot et al
    Red Algal Genomics: A Synopsis, J.M. Lopez-Bautista
    Bangiophytes: from One Class to Six; Where Do We Go From Here? Moving The Bagnio-Phytes Into The Genomic Age, K. M.Müller et al.
    Genomic Contributions to Understanding the Evolution of Red Algal Plastids and Pigment Biosynthesis, B.A. Neilan
    How Have Genome Studies Improved Our Understanding of Organelle Evolution and Metabolism in Red Algae? J.A. Raven
    Computational Gene Prediction In Eukaryotic Genomes, M. Stanke
    Overview on Cyanidian Biology, J. Seckbach
    The Cyanidiales: Ecology, Biodiversity, and Biogeography, R.W. Castenholz and T.R. McDermott
    Mechanisms of Acido-Tolerance and Characteristcs of Photosystems in an Acido- and Thermophilic Red Alga, Cyanidium Caldarium, I. Enami et al Redox-Modification of Chloroplast Enzymes In Galdieria Sulphuraria: Trial-And-Error In Evolution Or Perfect Adaptation to Extreme Conditions? N. König et al
    The Thermo-Acidophilic Cyanidiophyceae (Cyanidiales), V. Reeb and D. Bhattacharya
    Chilean Cave Cyanidiu, A. Azúa-Bustos and R. Vicuña PART 5: BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    Low Molecular Weight Carbohydrates in Red Algae-An Ecophysiological and Biochemical Perspective, A. Eggert and U. Karsten
    Red Algal Defenses in the Genomics Age, F. Weinberger and P. Potin
    Summary, Final Comments and Conclusions, J. Seckbach and A. Israel
    Organism Index. Subject Index. Author Index.