Singlet oxygen affects the activity of the thylakoid ATP synthase and has a strong impact on its γ subunit

@article{Mahler2006SingletOA,
  title={Singlet oxygen affects the activity of the thylakoid ATP synthase and has a strong impact on its γ subunit},
  author={Hanno Mahler and Petra Wuennenberg and Monica I. Linder and Dominika Przybyla and Christian Z{\"o}rb and Frank T Landgraf and Christoph Forreiter},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2006},
  volume={225},
  pages={1073-1083}
}
Singlet oxygen is reported to have the most potent damaging effect upon the photosynthetic machinery. Usually this reactive oxygen molecule acts in concert with other ROS types under stressful conditions. To understand the specific role of singlet oxygen we took advantage of the conditional flu mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana. In flu, the negative feedback loop is abolished, which blocks chlorophyll biosynthesis in the dark. Therefore high amounts of free protochlorophyllide accumulate during… CONTINUE READING

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