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The C2 photorespiratory carbon oxidation cycle in leaves of higher plants: pathway and consequences



The C2 photorespiratory carbon oxidation cycle in leaves of higher plants: pathway and consequences



Photosynthesis 77 Proceedings of the fourth international congress on photosynthesis [Hall, D O; Coombs, J; Goodwin, T J Editors]: 311-322



New evidence supporting the cyclic nature of the glycollate pathway and its coupling to the photosynthetic C reduction cycle during C3 photosynthesis is presented. Glycollate excreted by bacteria, algae and chloroplasts exposed to 18O2 showed the same enrichment as that in the 18O2 provided, implying that RuDP oxygenase was the principle source of glycollate in vivo.

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