This volume provides technical insight on how genomics-oriented studies may be used to bring new understanding to established models of fungal development. The book helps to assess and solve problems associated with multiple copies of genes and proteins with seemingly identical functions and depicts various industrial applications. To bridge the information gap resulting from this field's explosive growth, Genomics of Plants and Fungi addresses the implementation of workflow applications with the METEOR Workflow Management System, and discusses clinical manifestations of Aspergillus infection, stunted and medusa genes, hyphal mating and fertilization, and vegetative incompatibility.
Table of Contents
Fungi 1. Aspergillus 2. Developmental Processes in Filamentous Fungi 3. Multiple GAT A Transcription Factors Control Distinct Regulatory Circuits and Cellular Activities in Neurospora 4. Molecular Genetics of Metabolite Production by Industrial Filamentous Fungi 5. Acquiring a New Viewpoint: Tools for Functional Genomics in the Filamentous Fungi Plants 6. Functional and Comparative Genomics of Cyanobacteria 7. Genomic Analysis of Arabidopsis Gene Expression in Response to a Systemic Fungicide 8. Identification of T-DNA Insertions in Arabidopsis Genes 9. Genomic Approaches for Studying Gene Families in Plants 10. Industrialization of Plant Gene Function Discovery 11. Functional Genomics of Plant Abiotic Stress Tolerance Bioinformatics 12. Using Workflow to Build an Information Management System for a Geographically Distributed Genome Sequencing Initiative
Prade, Rolf A.; Bohnert, Hans J.