By V. Delmas [FRENCH]
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For example‚ glycine decarboxylase plays a dominant role in the mitochondria of leaf cells of plants‚ not only releasing but also and its sheer abundance has led to it being termed the ‘Rubisco of plant mitochondria’ by Douce. e. deriving from nitratereduction). Since is a far scarcer resource than must be very efficiently refixed by glutamine synthetase and glutamate synthase in the chloroplast. Plants which rely solely on diffusion for carbon acquisition are called plants. In these plants‚ the concentration at Rubisco is lower than that in air because of resistances to diffusion primarily at the stomata and in the mesophyll.
1998). The kinetic properties are complex and depend upon the activation state of the enzyme (Cerff, 1978a; Wolosiuk and Buchanan, 1978). , 1995). , 1997). Class I and class II GAPDH enzymes are known that share only 15–20% sequence identity, both are tetramers of ~150 kDa, consisting of ~37 kDa subunits. , 1994; Brinkmann and Martin, 1996). , 1996). , 1990). No crystal structures have been published for the class II enzyme. , 1993). , 1970). 9), although tetramers, do not show this reversible oligomer formation (Pupillo and Faggiani, 1979).
Carbon Fixation B. Carbon Partitioning C. Regulation and Control of Photosynthesis II. The Impact of Genetic Manipulation References 1 2 2 4 5 6 7 Summary An overview is presented of the principal mechanisms and regulatory processes involved in the acquisition of by plants. Central to all these mechanisms is the Calvin-cycle and Rubisco‚ with its dual function as a carboxylase and as an oxygenase‚ catalyzing the first reaction in the phenomenon of photorespiration. The losses of carbon in photorespiration and the low levels of in some habitats have led to the development of mechanisms‚ such as those found in aquatic organisms and in and CAM plants.
Anatomie Generale by V. Delmas [FRENCH]