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Phototropism: Methods and Protocols

Phototropism: Methods and Protocols

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Publisher Humana Press Inc.
Year 30/01/2019
Pages 240
Version hardback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
ISBN 9781493990146
Categories Botany & plant sciences
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This book aims to promote studies on the entire spectrum of phototropic phenomena in higher and lower plants and fungi. Chapters detail phototropism in many plant species induced by far-red, red, blue and UV lights. They also include methods for auxin biology and analysis of cytoskeleton and phototropin. In addition, the use of grafting, spaceflight experiment and image analysis in tropism study is provided. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and cutting-edge, Phototropism: Methods and Protocols aims to ensure successful results in the further study of this vital field.

Phototropism: Methods and Protocols

Table of contents

Part I: Measurements of Phototropism







1. Physiological Characterization of Phototropism in Arabidopsis Seedlings



Ken Haga and Taro Kimura







2. Assessing Negative and Positive Phototropism in Lianas



Shogo Kato







3. Determination of Phototropism and Polarotropism in Fern Protonemal Cells



Masamitsu Wada







4. Assays of Protonemal Growth Responses in Physcomitrella patens under Blue- and Red-light Stimuli



Sho Miyazaki, Masatoshi Nakajima, and Hiroshi Kawaide







5. An Experimental System for Examining Phototropic Response of Gametophytic Shoots in the Moss Physcomitrella patens



Liang Bao, Kotaro T. Yamamoto, and Tomomichi Fujita







6. Observation of Phototropic Responses in the Liverwort Marchantia polymorpha



Aino Komatsu, Ryuichi Nishihama, and Takayuki Kohchi







7. Measurement of Phototropism of the Sporangiophore of Phycomyces blakesleeanus



Luis M. Corrochano and Paul Galland







8. Quantitative Analysis of Tip Growth, Phototropic Responses and Other Blue Light-Dependent Photoresponses of Vaucheria



Hironao Kataoka







9. A Simple Procedure to Observe Phototropic Responses in the Red Seaweed Pyropia yezonensis



Megumu Takahashi and Koji Mikami







10. Determination of Phototropism by UV-B Radiation



Lucas Vanhaelewyn, Dominique Van Der Straeten, and Filip Vandenbussche







Part II: Analysis of Auxin



11. New-Generation Chemical Tools for the Manipulation of Auxin Biosynthesis, Action, and Transport



Kosuke Fukui and Ken-ichiro Hayashi







12. Determination of Auxin Flow during Phototropic Responses Using Fluorescent Auxin Analogs



Tatsuya Sakai







13. Immunolocalization of IAA Using an Anti-IAA-C Antibody Raised against Carboxyl-Linked IAA



Takeshi Nishimura and Tomokazu Koshiba







Part III: Miscellaneous Methods



14. Measurements of Photoreaction and Kinase Activity of Phototropin, a Photoreceptor Protein for Tropic Response in Plants; Involvement of Kinase Activity in the Photosensitivity of Tropic Response



Koji Okajima and Satoru Tokutomi







15. Cytoskeleton Observation in Phototropism and Polarotropism of Adiantum Protonema



Masamitsu Wada







16. Grafting as a Tool for Study of Phototropism in Phycomyces



Atsushi Miyazaki and Tamotsu Ootaki







17. Preparation of a Spaceflight Experiment to Study Tropisms in Arabidopsis Seedlings on the International Space Station



Joshua P. Vandenbrink and John Z. Kiss







18. How to Investigate the Role of the Actin-Myosin Cytoskeleton in Organ Straightening



Haruko Ueda and Ikuko Hara-Nishimura







19. Quantitative Measurements of Curvature along the Growth Axis in Tropic Responses Using Free Software Environments
Kotaro T. Yamamoto and Ken Haga

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