Methods and approaches to study plant mitochondrial alternative oxidase.

@article{McDonald2002MethodsAA,
  title={Methods and approaches to study plant mitochondrial alternative oxidase.},
  author={Allison McDonald and Stephen M. Sieger and Greg C Vanlerberghe},
  journal={Physiologia plantarum},
  year={2002},
  volume={116 2},
  pages={135-143}
}
The alternative oxidase is a non-proton motive 'alternative' to electron transport through the cytochrome pathway. Despite its wasteful nature in terms of energy conservation, the pathway is likely present throughout the plant kingdom and appears to be expressed in most plant tissues. A small alternative oxidase gene family exists, the members of which are differentially expressed in response to environmental, developmental and other cell signals. The alternative oxidase enzyme possesses tight… CONTINUE READING

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