Expression and organisation of antenna proteins in the light-and temperature-sensitive barley mutant chlorina-104

@article{Knoetzel1991ExpressionAO,
  title={Expression and organisation of antenna proteins in the light-and temperature-sensitive barley mutant chlorina-104},
  author={Juergen Knoetzel and David John Simpson},
  journal={Planta},
  year={1991},
  volume={185},
  pages={111-123}
}
The nuclear gene mutant chlorina-104 of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is chlorophyll-deficient when grown under high irradiance, particularly at low temperatures. Chlorina- 104 chloroplasts had fewer thylakoids than the wild type, and fewer appressed lamellae relative to non-appressed lamellae. The freeze-fracture ultrastructure showed a loss of particles from the protoplasmic fracture face of the stacked thylakoid region (PFs), consistent with the loss of most of the light-harvesting complex… CONTINUE READING

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