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For unique research, comment and context across the agricultural and biological sciences visit Elsevier's AgBio Gateway at www.ElsevierLifeSciences.com/Ag-Bio hosted on BioMedNet
 

Summary: For unique research, comment and context across the agricultural and biological sciences
visit Elsevier's AgBio Gateway at www.ElsevierLifeSciences.com/Ag-Bio hosted on BioMedNet
TrendsPlantSci.March2004Vol.9No.3,pp.xxx­xxxISSN1360-1385
Pollen aperture evolution
GABA in plants: just a metabolite?
Mitochondrial carriers in Arabidopsis
Cytochrome b6f:
bridging the divide
Cytochrome b6f: structure for
signalling and vectorial metabolismq
John F. Allen
Plant Biochemistry, Center for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Box 124, Lund University, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden
Following decades of detailed kinetic and spectroscopic
evidence, two new, independent X-ray structures for
the cytochrome b6f complex of photosynthesis now
reveal the arrangement of its key electron carriers rela-
tive to each other, and to their protein ligands. But
these are not predictable additions to the structural col-
lection. The complex is dimeric, and encloses a central
chamber in which plastoquinone and its redox inter-

  

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

 

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