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A thylakoid is a membrane-bound compartment inside chloroplasts and cyanobacteria. They are the site of the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis. The word "thylakoid" is derived from the Greek thylakos, meaning "sac"....
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thylakoid ( ) n. A saclike membrane that is the structural unit of the grana in ... Thylakoids consists of a thylakoid membrane surrounding a thylakoid lumen. ...
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Information about Thylakoids in the free online English dictionary and ... In chloroplasts, thylakoids are arranged in stacks called grana. ...
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Photosynthesis in a leaf: Chloroplasts, Grana, Stroma, and Thylakoids, the starting point for energy's travels through life. Energy flowing through nature travels ...
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Thylakoids,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... Thylakoids are membranous disk-like structures that are ...
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thylakoids The specialized membrane structures in which photosynthesis takes place. ... Collections of thylakoids form the grana. PICTURE ...
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discovery of superoxide dismutase in thylakoids (As ... of the thylakoids, as plastocyanin is diffusing in the ... tion of LHC II was measured in isolated thylakoids. ...
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one to the transmembrane potential of thylakoids de ... thylakoids isolated from leaves is very low as com ... IM in thylakoids from C. reinhardtii and C. sorokini ...
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... experimental system composed of thylakoids isolated from senescing leaves ... acid pretreatment of the thylakoids and it is inferred that the protease ...
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... peripheral proteins in the thylakoids of pea were systematically ... Thylakoids/metabolism. Substances: Photosynthetic Reaction Center Complex Proteins ...
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CiteULike is a free online bibliography manager. ... proteomes (e.g. chloroplasts, thylakoids, nucleoids) and total leaf proteome ...
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... of Rubisco, and RCA in thylakoids compensates for the reduction of RCA in the ... was subtracted from the average density within the stroma and thylakoids. ...
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Figure 3 Western analysis of thylakoids from PS1 mutants. ... the 1500 to 1800 cm-1 frequency range for the thylakoids of WT and PS1 mutants. ...
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... Western blots of mutants and normal thylakoids (antisera were kindly provided ... thylakoids, we believe the new polypeptides in the mutant are related to ...
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Thylakoids have a membrane and contain lipids, proteins, and chlorophyll. The thylakoids are suspended in a fluid called the stroma. ...
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The Calvin cycle (dark reactions), photophosphorylation (light reactions) ... Thylakoids are permeable to Mg2+ and Cl so this is mostly a concentration effect ...
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8.THE NEATLY FOLDED THYLAKOIDS THAT RESEMBLE STACKS OF PANCAKES ARE CALLED GRANA. The Thylakoids are Interconnected and are Layered on top of one another to form ...
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Chloroplast summary with 12 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, ... pigments, and an elaborate system of internal membranes called thylakoids. ...
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Stack #34911 flashcards, matching games, crossword, hangman and other study tools. ... thylakoids ... stacks of thylakoids in a chloroplast. visible spectrum ...
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