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Assembly and Repair of Membrane-Bound Electron
 

Summary: colloquium
Assembly and Repair of
Membrane-Bound Electron
Transport Complexes: Impact
on Plant Physiology and
Medicine
Bioenergetics Group Colloquium Organized by P. J. Nixon (Department of Biochemistry, Imperial College
London) and C. Mullineaux (Biology Department, University College London), and Edited by P. J. Nixon. 673rd
Meeting held at the University of Bristol, 1012 April 2001.
Redox signalling in chloroplasts and mitochondria: genomic and biochemical
evidence for two-component regulatory systems in bioenergetic organelles
J. Forsberg, M. Rosenquist, L. Fraysse and J. F. Allen1
Plant Biochemistry, Lund University, Box 117, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden
Abstract
Redox chemistry is central to the primary func-
tions of chloroplasts and mitochondria, that is, to
energy conversion in photosynthesis and respir-
ation. However, these bioenergetic organelles
always contain very small, specialized genetic
systems, relics of their bacterial origin. At huge

  

Source: Allen, John F. - School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London

 

Collections: Renewable Energy; Biology and Medicine