Takahashi, Taku (editor)
Polyamines are small organic compounds found in all living organisms. In recent years, there have been many exciting advances in our understanding of plant polyamines, such as the determination of the biosynthetic and catabolic pathways of plant polyamines and the identification of the roles that plant polyamines play in cellular processes. This Special Issue contains six original research papers and three review articles, providing valuable insights and information for future polyamine-related research.
Keywordspolyamine oxidase; norspermidine; thermospermine; Selaginella lepidophylla; Arabidopsis thaliana mutant; polyamines; spermidine; nonsense-mediated decay; no-go decay; non-stop decay; quality control; translation; copper amine oxidases; H2O2; ROS; ABA; stomatal closure; back conversion pathway; polyamine catabolism; stress response; terminal catabolism pathway; Ranunculus biternatus; Ranunculus pseudotrullifolius; Ranunculus moseleyi; secondary metabolite variation; amines; quercetins; natural populations; environment; redundancy; sub-Antarctic plants; Arabidopsis; phloem; rice; spermine; xylem; nitrogen metabolism; abiotic and biotic stress; hydrogen peroxide; antioxidant machinery; heat shock proteins; heat stress; polyamine oxidases; PA acetylation; PA oxidation; PA back-conversion; putrescine; tomato; spermidine synthase; fruit shape; cell division; cell expansion; copper amine oxidase
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences