Control of gene expression during higher plant chloroplast biogenesis. Protein synthesis and transcript levels of psbA, psaA-psaB, and rbcL in dark-grown and illuminated barley seedlings.

@article{Klein1987ControlOG,
  title={Control of gene expression during higher plant chloroplast biogenesis. Protein synthesis and transcript levels of psbA, psaA-psaB, and rbcL in dark-grown and illuminated barley seedlings.},
  author={Robert R. Klein and John E Mullet},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1987},
  volume={262 9},
  pages={4341-8}
}
Etioplasts of 4.5-day-old dark-grown barley synthesize and accumulate most of the membrane and nearly all the soluble polypeptides of mature chloroplasts of light-grown seedlings. Etioplasts do not synthesize a limited set of chloroplast-encoded polypeptides which are major constituents of chloroplast thylakoid membranes: two chlorophyll apoproteins of photosystem I (68 and 65 kDa), two chlorophyll apoproteins of photosystem II (47 and 43 kDa), and a 32-kDa polypeptide which has now been… CONTINUE READING

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