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Electrophoretic study of pigment protein complexes of thuja occidentalis in relation to light dependent chlorophyll destruction

Fiziologiya Rastenii (Moscow) 31(2): 281-287
Electrophoretic study of pigment protein complexes of thuja occidentalis in relation to light dependent chlorophyll destruction
The native organization of pigments in chloroplast membranes of T. occidentalis f. lutea Kent was studied by disc electrophoresis. In the course of natural light-dependent decline in chlorophyll content, the chlorophyll-protein complexes were essentially destroyed. The bulk of chloroplast material from green leaves was resolved by electrophoresis into a 8 pigment-protein bands. In yellow leaves only 3 bands remained, the oligomers of higher MW of corresponding chlorophyll-protein complexes being the first destroyed.

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