Nitrogen metabolism and remobilization during senescence.

@article{Hrtensteiner2002NitrogenMA,
  title={Nitrogen metabolism and remobilization during senescence.},
  author={Stefan H{\"o}rtensteiner and Urs Feller},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2002},
  volume={53 370},
  pages={927-37}
}
Senescence is a highly organized and well-regulated process. As much as 75% of total cellular nitrogen may be located in mesophyll chloroplasts of C(3)-plants. Proteolysis of chloroplast proteins begins in an early phase of senescence and the liberated amino acids can be exported to growing parts of the plant (e.g. maturing fruits). Rubisco and other stromal enzymes can be degraded in isolated chloroplasts, implying the involvement of plastidial peptide hydrolases. Whether or not ATP is… CONTINUE READING
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