Molecular Physiology and Ecophysiology of Sulfur
Proceedings of the International Plant Sulfur Workshop
This proceedings volume contains a selection of invited and contributed papers of the 9th International Workshop on Sulfur Metabolism in Plants, which was hosted by Heinz Rennenberg, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg and was held at Schloss Reinach, Freiburg-Munzigen, Germany from April 14-17, 2014. The focus of this workshop was on molecular physiology and ecophysiology of sulfur in plants and the content of this volume presents an overview on the current research developments in this field.
Foreword: The Value of Sulfur for Grapevine, Sara AmâncioPartitioning of Sulfur between Primary and Secondary Metabolism, Stanislav KoprivaSignificance of Long-Distance Transport, Cornelia HerschbachGSH Partitioning between the Nucleus and Cytosol in Arabidopsis thaliana, Ambra Di Simone et alSulfur Metabolism in Hemiascomycetes Yeast, Jean-Marie Beckerich et al.Small World: A Plant Perspective on Human Sulfate Activatio, Jonathan W. Mueller et al.Auxin Response Factors and AUX/IAA Proteins Potentially Control –S Responsive Expression of SULTR1;1, Akiko Maruyama-NakashitaSULTR1;2 in S Nutrient-Status Control in Arabidopsis, Thomas Leustek and Zhi-Liang ZhengComparison of Nitrite Reductase (AcNiR1) with Sulfite Reductase (AcSiR1) in Allium cepa (L.) Srishti Joshi et alMetabolic Analysis of Sulfur Metabolism During Developmental Leaf Senescence, Mutsumi Watanabe and Rainer HoefgenApoplastic Iron Concentration in Maize Roots Grown under Sulfate Deprivation Filippa Maniou et alSuitability of the Ratio Between Reduced and Oxidized Glutathione as an Indicator for Plant Stress, Elke Bloem et alOAS Cluster Genes: A Tightly Co-Regulated Network, Fayezeh Aarabi et alMore Than a Substrate: The O-Acetylserine Responsive Transcriptome , Hans-Michael Hubberten et alThe CBL-SNRK3 Network – Connections to Sulfur Metabolism, Elmien Heyneke et alHydrogen Sulfide and Its Reactive Friends: The Interplay With Reactive Oxygen Species and Nitric Oxide Signalling Pathways, John T. Hancock and Matt WhitemanInvestigation of Protein-Protein Interaction of Ferredoxin and Sulfite Reductase under Different Sodium Chloride Concentrations by NMR Spectroscopy and Isothermal Titration Calorimetry, Ju Yaen Kim et alProspective Post-Translational Regulation of Plant Sulfite Oxidasem, David Kaufholdt et alIdentification of the Genes for Intracellular Glutathione Degradation in Arabidopsis thaliana, Naoko Ohkama-Ohtsu et alAltered Regulation of Myb Genes changes the Aliphatic Glucosinolate Accumulation under Long-Term Sulfur Deficiency in Arabidopsis, Yimeng LiIdentification of Genes Potentially Encoding S-Oxygenation Enzymes for the Biosynthesis of S-Alk(en)yl-L-Cysteine Sulfoxides in Onion, Naoko Yoshimoto and Kazuki SaitoDetermining Sulfur-Limiting Conditions for Studies of Seed Composition in Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), Sudhakar Pandurangan and Frédéric MarsolaisEffect of an Alfalfa Plant-Derived Biostimulant on Sulfur Nutrition in Tomato Plants, Andrea Ertani et alEffect of Sulfur and Nod Factors (LCOs) on Some Physiological Features and Yielding of Pea (Pisum sativum L.), Anna Podle?na et alThe Impact of Sulfate Salinity on the Uptake and Metabolism of Sulfur in Chinese Cabbage, Martin Reich et alIdentification and Distribution of Selenium-Containing Glucosinolate Analogues in Tissues of Three Brassicaceae Species, Marian J. Mckenzie et alSelenate Differentially Alters the Content of Glucosinolates in Eruca Sativa and Diplotaxis Tenuifolia Grown in Soil, Michela Schiavon et alEffects of Glutathione Concentration in Root Zone and Glutathione Treatment Period on Cadmium Behaviors in Oilseed Rape Plants, Shin-Ichi Nakamura et al
This proceedings volume contains a selection of invited and contributed papers of the 9th International Workshop on Sulfur Metabolism in Plants, which was hosted by the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg and held at Schloss Reinach, Freiburg-Munzigen, Germany from April 14-17, 2014. The focus of this workshop was on molecular physiology and ecophysiology of sulfur in plants, and the content of this volume presents an overview on the current research developments in this field. The volume covers various aspects of the regulation of sulfate uptake and assimilation in plants, from a cellular to a whole plant level. The significance of sulfur metabolism in plant response to environmental stress is discussed in detail.
Ninth volume in a series encapsulating progress in sulfur researchSummary of current state of the art in area of sulfur researchMultidisciplinary from molecular biology through to environmental aspects
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