• Walter Nagl
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 43)


Recently, several reviews have been published concerning DNA replication as a whole (Cold Spring Harbor Symposium 1978, WINTERSBERGER, 1978; HURWITZ, 1980; KORNBERG, 1980a,b), or certain aspects such as DNA replication in plants (Bryant, 1980), proteins and enzymes involved (TAYLOR, 1979; COLEMAN and OAKLEY, 1980; FUJIMURA and DAS, 1980; MECHALL, 1980), the replication fork (DE PAMPHILIS and WASSERMANN, 1980), the regulation of initiation (HAND, 1979, KOLTER and HELINSKI, 1979) and the discontinuity of replication (OGAWA and OKAZAKI, 1980).


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