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The chloroplast has its own DNA which codes for redox proteins involved in ... Direct measurement of the transfer rate of chloroplast DNA into the nucleus" ...
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Discusses the evolution of mitochondria and chloroplasts in eukaryotes. ... There are no histones associated with the DNA. ... The Chloroplast Genome ...
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Although chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) is, in general, highly conserved both in ... rate may also be found for chloroplast DNA transfer has yet to be determined. ...
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A SELECTIVE SWEEP IN S. LATIFOLIA AND S. DIOICA CHLOROPLAST DNA ... Thus, using only chloroplast DNA for phylogenetic and phylogeographic purposes ...
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The chloroplast DNA of wild-type Chlamydomonas reinhardtii was isolated in a ... SAGER R, ISHIDA MR. CHLOROPLAST DNA IN CHLAMYDOMONAS. ...
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This process is carried out in specialized organelles called chloroplasts. ... (DNA), the stroma contains chloroplast DNA and special ribosomes and RNAs as well. ...
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DNA transfer from chloroplast to nucleus is much rarer in. Chlamydomonas than ... Furthermore, we were unable to detect chloroplast DNA-derived sequences among ...
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intact DNA molecules from chloroplasts, what would those molecules look like? ... history of research on chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) to elucidate why it has taken more ...
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Around 500 to 10,000 copies of these chloroplast DNA circles are present per cell. ... Since chloroplast DNA is small, it has been characterized in many plant ...
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The presence of chloroplast DNA was established in 1963. ... chloroplast DNA has been extensively analyzed and the complete nucleotide ...
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To avoid this, some GM plants have foreign DNA inserted into the chloroplast. ... Direct measurement of the transfer rate of chloroplast DNA into the nucleus ...
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Chloroplasts contain multiple copies of a DNA molecule (the plastome) that ... our present understanding of chloroplast DNA replication and examine current ...
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Chloroplast DNA was obtained from F1 plants of a number of crosses in which L. ... This is conclusive evidence that chloroplast DNA is inherited in a maternal manner. ...
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Photosynthetic Mutant Library (PML). PML is a library of transposon induced maize mutants, DNA samples, and phenotypic data, available for the study of chloroplast ...
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Biology4Kids.com! The web site that teaches the basics of biology and life science to everyone! ... That process happens in the chloroplast. ...
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... did was put some DNA into a chloroplast that could only be read ... Tags: bacteria, Chloroplast, cyanobacteria, dna, evolution, mitochondira, mtDNA, nucleus ...
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compacting the chloroplast genome, and may play a role in regulating DNA replication. ... Chloroplast DNA replication is highly active during the ...
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chloroplast also chloroplastid n. A chlorophyll-containing plastid found in ... Direct measurement of the transfer rate of chloroplast DNA into the nucleus" ...
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chloroplast DNA is circular, and many copies are present in each organelle, like ... mutations makes analysis of chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) a powerful way to ...
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The ellipsoid-shaped chloroplast is enclosed in a double membrane and the area ... (DNA), the stroma contains chloroplast DNA and special ribosomes and RNAs as well. ...
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