Oxygen evolution by a reconstituted spinach chloroplast system in the presence ofl-glutamine and 2-oxoglutarate

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Intact chloroplasts prepared from summer-grown spinach plants supported (aspartate plus 2-oxoglutarate)-dependent O2 evolution but not (glutamine plus 2-oxoglutarate)-dependent O2 evolution. The former activity, which was sensitive to amino oxyacetate, was attributed to transaminase activity and reduction of the resulting oxalo-acetate to malate using H2O… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00998817

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@article{Anderson1983OxygenEB, title={Oxygen evolution by a reconstituted spinach chloroplast system in the presence ofl-glutamine and 2-oxoglutarate}, author={Jennifer Weimer Anderson and David Alan Walker}, journal={Planta}, year={1983}, volume={159}, pages={77-83} }