Photochemical activity alteration that occurs in the chloroplasts of pea (Pisum sativum L.) in vitro under the influence of water-soluble protein extracts derived from energy-transforming organelles

Obuchovskaya, L.V.; Vishnyakov, S.V.; Murashko, S.V.

Vestsi Natsyyanal' nai Akademii Navuk Belarusi Seryya Biyalagichnykh Navuk 2: 11-15

2003


Accession: 004268204

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Abstract
Water-soluble protein extracts from chloroplasts and mitochondria contain agents that change in vitro chloroplast photochemical activity at the level of energy transduction. There are at least two agents in each organelle, one acting as an uncoupler and the other inhibiting electron transfer in the electron transport chain.