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Each plastid creates multiple copies of the circular 75-250 kilo bases plastome. The number of genome copies per plastid is flexible, ranging from more than 1000 ...
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A transplastomic plant is a genetically modified plant in which the new genes have not been inserted in the nuclear DNA but in the DNA of the chloroplasts. The major advantage of this technology is that in many plant species plastid DNA is not transmitted through...
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In addition, plastid metabolism is responsible for generating economically ... A number of plastid types have also been shown to initiate protrusions from the ...
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Plastid genes in higher plants are transcribed by two distinct RNA polymerases: ... plants a small family of nuclear genes encodes the plastid sigma factors. ...
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Plastid Genome Evolution and Flowering Plant Phylogenetics ... Indeed, the plastid genome has been the workhorse of plant systematics since the ...
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Plastid-associated genes in dinoflagellates identified by cDNA screening and ... Genes that are suspected to be plastid-expressed will be fully sequenced by 5Õ ...
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Plant plastids develop from a common type, the proplastid. [ source: GOC:jl, ISBN:0198547684] ... GO:0009536 : plastid [14459 gene products] ...
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Plastids are the organelles of plants and algae that house photosynthesis and ... Plastids contain a small genome, but most of their proteins are encoded in the ...
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Plastid establishment necessitated many steps, including the transfer and ... Precisely how the plastid solute transport system was established is unknown. ...
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Author: Bartolomé Sabater, Title: Plastid ndh genes in plant evolution, Date: 18 August 2008, ... In most plastid DNAs, ndhC, ndhK and ndhJ genes are grouped ...
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Definition of plastid from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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Shop for Plastid Biology - Books at Shop.com. Provides advanced students with a basic knowledge of plastid biology and recent developments in the field...
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posted to protein plastid mitochondria import endosymbiosis chloroplasts by ... Plastid biotechnology: prospects for herbicide and insect resistance, metabolic ...
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Definition and other additional information on Plastid from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... A plastid containing green pigment (chlorophyll) is called ...
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Pronunciation of plastid. plastid synonyms. plastid usage examples and plastid quotes. ... is essential to all plant cells, and other plastids may be present. ...
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