Horizontal gene transfer [electronic resource] / edited by Michael Syvanen and Clarence I. Kado.

Contributor(s): Syvanen, Michael | Kado, Clarence IMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: San Diego : Academic Press, c2002Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (xvii, 445 p.) : ill. (some col.)ISBN: 9780126801262; 0126801266; 9780080534121 (electronic bk.); 0080534120 (electronic bk.)Subject(s): Transgenic organisms | Genetic transformation | Gene Transfer Techniques | Evolution, Molecular | Transcription, Genetic | Transformation, Genetic | Organismes g�en�etiquement modifi�es | Transfert de g�enes | SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Molecular BiologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Horizontal gene transfer.DDC classification: 572.8/77 LOC classification: QH442.6 | .H67 2002ebOnline resources: ScienceDirect
Contents:
Recent history of trans-kingdom conjugation / Gayle C. Ferguson and Jack A. Heinemann -- Gene cassettes and integrons : moving single genes / Ruth M. Hall -- A Corynebacterium plasmid composed of elements from throughout the Eubacteria kingdom / Andreas Tauch and Alfred P�uhler -- Horizontal transfer of naphthalene catabolic genes in a toxic waste site / Eugene L. Madsen -- Horizontal transmission of genes by Agrobacterium species / Clarence I. Kado -- Horizontal transfer of proteins between species : part of the big picture or just a genetic vignette? / Richard J. Weld and Jack A. Heinemann -- Transformation in aquatic environments / Martin Day -- Pseudolysogeny : a bacteriophage strategy for increasing longevity in situ / Robert V. Miller and Steven A. Ripp -- The dynamics of bacterial genomes / Jeffrey G. Lawrence -- Bacterial pathogenicity islands and infectious diseases / Jay V. Solnick and Glenn M. Young -- Mosaic proteins, not reinventing the wheel / Susan Hollingshead -- Evolutionary relationships among diverse bacteriophages and prophages : all the world's a phage / Roger W. Hendrix, Graham F. Hatfull, Michael E. Ford, Margaret C.M. Smith and R. Neil Burns -- Horizontal gene transfer in bacteriophages / Gisela Mosig and Richard Calendar -- Horizontal transfer of mismatch repair genes and the variable speed of bacterial evolution / Ivan Matic, Olivier Tenaillon, Miroslav Radman, Fran�cois Taddei, Guillaume Lecointre, Pierre Darlu and Erick Denamur -- Evidence for horizontal transfer of P transposable elements / Jonathan B. Clark, Joana C. Silva and Margaret G. Kidwell -- The mariner transposons of animals : horizontally jumping genes / Hugh M. Robertson, Felipe N. Soto-Adames, Kimberly K.O. Walden, Rita M.P. Avancini and David J. Lampe -- The splicing of transposable elements : evolution of a nuclear defense against genomic invaders? / Michael D. Purugganan -- Gene transfer through introgressive hybridization : history, evolutionary significance, and phylogenetic consequences / Loren H. Rieseberg and Mark E. Welch -- Gene flow and introgression from domesticated plants into their wild relatives / Norman C. Ellstrand, Honor C. Prentice and James F. Hancock -- Search for horizontal gene transfer from transgenic crops to microbes / Michael Syvanen -- Gene transfer in the fungal host-parasite system Absidia glauca-Parasitella parasitica depends on infection / Johannes W�ostemeyer, Anke Burmester, Anke W�ostemeyer, Kornelia Schultze and Kerstin Voigt -- Automatic eukaryotic artificial chromosomes : possible creation of bacterial organelles in yeast / George Chisholm, Lynne M. Giere, Carole I. Weaver, Chin Y. Loh, Bryant E. Fong, Meghan E. Bowser, Nathan C. Hitzeman and Ronald A. Hitzeman -- Bacteria as gene delivery vectors for mammalian cells / Catherine Grillot-Courvalin, Sylvie Goussard and Patrice Courvalin -- Gene transfers between distantly related organisms / Russell F. Doolittle -- Horizontal gene transfer and its role in the evolution of prokaryotes / Eugene V. Koonin, Kira S. Makarova, Yuri I. Wolf and L. Aravind -- Horizontal gene transfer and the universal tree of life / James R. Brown, Michael J. Italia, Christophe Douady and Michael J. Stanhope -- Endosymbiotic gene transfer : a special case of horizontal gene transfer germane to endosymbiosis, the origins of organelles and the origins of eukaryotes / Katrin Henze, William Martin and Claus Schnarrenberger -- Dating the age of the last common ancestor of all living organisms with a protein clock / Ronald M. Adkins and Wen-Hsiung Li -- Character parallelism and reticulation in the origin of angiosperms / Valentin A. Krassilov -- Temporal patterns of plant and metazoan evolution suggest extensive polyphyly / Michael Syvanen -- Graptolite parallel evolution and lateral gene transfer / William B.N. Berry and Hyman Hartman -- Larval transfer in evolution / Donald I. Williamson -- Macroevolution, catastrophe and horizontal transfer / Hyman Hartman -- Horizontal gene transfer : a new taxonomic principle? / Lorraine Olendzenski, Olga Zhaxybayeva and J. Peter Gogarten.
Summary: The second edition of Horizontal Gene Transfer has been organized to provide a concise and up-to-date coverage of the most important discoveries in this fascinating field. Written by the most prominent gene transfer and genome analytical scientists, this book details experimental evidence for the phenomenon of horizontal gene transfer and discusses further evidence provided by the recent completion of genomic sequences from Archea, Bacteria, and Eucarya members. The relevance of horizontal gene transfer to plant and metazoan taxonomy, GM foods, antibiotic resistance, paleontology, and phylogenetic reconstruction is also explored. Horizontal Gene Transfer is essential for microbiologists, geneticists, biochemists, evolutionary biologists, infectious disease specialists, paleontologists, ecologists, and researchers working in plant/animal systematics and agriculture with an interest in gene transfer. This includes scientific researchers from government and industry concerned with the release of genetically modified organisms. Up-to-the-minute reviews, maps, conclusions, urls to relevant websites and colour figures. Unique chapters, for example one written by paleontologists presents data for horizontal gene transfer from fingerprints form the fossil record.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Recent history of trans-kingdom conjugation / Gayle C. Ferguson and Jack A. Heinemann -- Gene cassettes and integrons : moving single genes / Ruth M. Hall -- A Corynebacterium plasmid composed of elements from throughout the Eubacteria kingdom / Andreas Tauch and Alfred P�uhler -- Horizontal transfer of naphthalene catabolic genes in a toxic waste site / Eugene L. Madsen -- Horizontal transmission of genes by Agrobacterium species / Clarence I. Kado -- Horizontal transfer of proteins between species : part of the big picture or just a genetic vignette? / Richard J. Weld and Jack A. Heinemann -- Transformation in aquatic environments / Martin Day -- Pseudolysogeny : a bacteriophage strategy for increasing longevity in situ / Robert V. Miller and Steven A. Ripp -- The dynamics of bacterial genomes / Jeffrey G. Lawrence -- Bacterial pathogenicity islands and infectious diseases / Jay V. Solnick and Glenn M. Young -- Mosaic proteins, not reinventing the wheel / Susan Hollingshead -- Evolutionary relationships among diverse bacteriophages and prophages : all the world's a phage / Roger W. Hendrix, Graham F. Hatfull, Michael E. Ford, Margaret C.M. Smith and R. Neil Burns -- Horizontal gene transfer in bacteriophages / Gisela Mosig and Richard Calendar -- Horizontal transfer of mismatch repair genes and the variable speed of bacterial evolution / Ivan Matic, Olivier Tenaillon, Miroslav Radman, Fran�cois Taddei, Guillaume Lecointre, Pierre Darlu and Erick Denamur -- Evidence for horizontal transfer of P transposable elements / Jonathan B. Clark, Joana C. Silva and Margaret G. Kidwell -- The mariner transposons of animals : horizontally jumping genes / Hugh M. Robertson, Felipe N. Soto-Adames, Kimberly K.O. Walden, Rita M.P. Avancini and David J. Lampe -- The splicing of transposable elements : evolution of a nuclear defense against genomic invaders? / Michael D. Purugganan -- Gene transfer through introgressive hybridization : history, evolutionary significance, and phylogenetic consequences / Loren H. Rieseberg and Mark E. Welch -- Gene flow and introgression from domesticated plants into their wild relatives / Norman C. Ellstrand, Honor C. Prentice and James F. Hancock -- Search for horizontal gene transfer from transgenic crops to microbes / Michael Syvanen -- Gene transfer in the fungal host-parasite system Absidia glauca-Parasitella parasitica depends on infection / Johannes W�ostemeyer, Anke Burmester, Anke W�ostemeyer, Kornelia Schultze and Kerstin Voigt -- Automatic eukaryotic artificial chromosomes : possible creation of bacterial organelles in yeast / George Chisholm, Lynne M. Giere, Carole I. Weaver, Chin Y. Loh, Bryant E. Fong, Meghan E. Bowser, Nathan C. Hitzeman and Ronald A. Hitzeman -- Bacteria as gene delivery vectors for mammalian cells / Catherine Grillot-Courvalin, Sylvie Goussard and Patrice Courvalin -- Gene transfers between distantly related organisms / Russell F. Doolittle -- Horizontal gene transfer and its role in the evolution of prokaryotes / Eugene V. Koonin, Kira S. Makarova, Yuri I. Wolf and L. Aravind -- Horizontal gene transfer and the universal tree of life / James R. Brown, Michael J. Italia, Christophe Douady and Michael J. Stanhope -- Endosymbiotic gene transfer : a special case of horizontal gene transfer germane to endosymbiosis, the origins of organelles and the origins of eukaryotes / Katrin Henze, William Martin and Claus Schnarrenberger -- Dating the age of the last common ancestor of all living organisms with a protein clock / Ronald M. Adkins and Wen-Hsiung Li -- Character parallelism and reticulation in the origin of angiosperms / Valentin A. Krassilov -- Temporal patterns of plant and metazoan evolution suggest extensive polyphyly / Michael Syvanen -- Graptolite parallel evolution and lateral gene transfer / William B.N. Berry and Hyman Hartman -- Larval transfer in evolution / Donald I. Williamson -- Macroevolution, catastrophe and horizontal transfer / Hyman Hartman -- Horizontal gene transfer : a new taxonomic principle? / Lorraine Olendzenski, Olga Zhaxybayeva and J. Peter Gogarten.

The second edition of Horizontal Gene Transfer has been organized to provide a concise and up-to-date coverage of the most important discoveries in this fascinating field. Written by the most prominent gene transfer and genome analytical scientists, this book details experimental evidence for the phenomenon of horizontal gene transfer and discusses further evidence provided by the recent completion of genomic sequences from Archea, Bacteria, and Eucarya members. The relevance of horizontal gene transfer to plant and metazoan taxonomy, GM foods, antibiotic resistance, paleontology, and phylogenetic reconstruction is also explored. Horizontal Gene Transfer is essential for microbiologists, geneticists, biochemists, evolutionary biologists, infectious disease specialists, paleontologists, ecologists, and researchers working in plant/animal systematics and agriculture with an interest in gene transfer. This includes scientific researchers from government and industry concerned with the release of genetically modified organisms. Up-to-the-minute reviews, maps, conclusions, urls to relevant websites and colour figures. Unique chapters, for example one written by paleontologists presents data for horizontal gene transfer from fingerprints form the fossil record.

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