Biochemistry and molecular biology of chromoplast development.

@article{Camara1995BiochemistryAM,
  title={Biochemistry and molecular biology of chromoplast development.},
  author={B. Camara and P. Hugueney and F. Bouvier and M. Kuntz and R. Mon{\'e}ger},
  journal={International review of cytology},
  year={1995},
  volume={163},
  pages={
          175-247
        }
}
Plant cells contain a unique class of organelles, designated the plastids, which distinguish them from animal cells. According to the largely accepted endosymbiotic theory of evolution, plastids are descendants of prokaryotes. This process requires several adaptative changes which involve the maintenance and the expression of part of the plastid genome, as well as the integration of the plastid activity to the cellular metabolism. This is illustrated by the diversity of plastids encountered in… Expand
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