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Carbon metabolism in intact mesophyll chloroplasts from C4 plants and some aspects of its regulation



Carbon metabolism in intact mesophyll chloroplasts from C4 plants and some aspects of its regulation



Bulletin, The Royal Society of New Zealand (12): 213-222



The enzymes and light-dependent C metabolism of mesophyll chloroplasts are described together with some studies on light-mediated regulation of enzymes. These investigations confirm that mesophyll chloroplasts of C4 plants are unique with respect to their enzyme composition and capacities for C metabolism.

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