Protein import into cyanelles and complex chloroplasts

@article{Schwartzbach1998ProteinII,
  title={Protein import into cyanelles and complex chloroplasts},
  author={Steven D. Schwartzbach and Tetsuaki Osafune and Wolfgang L{\"o}ffelhardt},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={38},
  pages={247-263}
}
Higher-plant, green and red algal chloroplasts are surrounded by a double membrane envelope. The glaucocystophyte plastid (cyanelle) has retained a prokaryotic cell wall between the two envelope membranes. The complex chloroplasts of Euglena and dinoflagellates are surrounded by three membranes while the complex chloroplasts of chlorarachniophytes, cryptomonads, brown algae, diatoms and other chromophytes, are surrounded by 4 membranes. The peptidoglycan layer of the cyanelle envelope and the… CONTINUE READING
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