Physiological, biochemical and molecular aspects of mitochondrial complex I in plants

@article{Rasmusson1998PhysiologicalBA,
  title={Physiological, biochemical and molecular aspects of mitochondrial complex I in plants},
  author={Rasmusson and Heiser and Zabaleta and Brennicke and Grohmann},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={1998},
  volume={1364 2},
  pages={101-11}
}
Respiratory complex I of plant mitochondria has to date been investigated with respect to physiological function, biochemical properties and molecular structure. In the respiratory chain complex I is the major entry gate for low potential electrons from matrix NADH, reducing ubiquinone and utilizing the released energy to pump protons across the inner membrane. Plant complex I is active against a background of several other NAD(P)H dehydrogenases, which do not contribute in proton pumping, but… CONTINUE READING