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Enhancing effects of carbon di oxide on chloroplast regeneration in glucose bleached cells of chlorella protothecoides part 1 role of nonphotosynthetic carbon di oxide fixation in chloroplast regeneration



Enhancing effects of carbon di oxide on chloroplast regeneration in glucose bleached cells of chlorella protothecoides part 1 role of nonphotosynthetic carbon di oxide fixation in chloroplast regeneration



Plant and Cell Physiology 17(1): 45-53



CO2 enhanced chloroplast regeneration in glucose-bleached cells of Chlorella protothecoides in the presence of 3-(p-chlorophenyl)-1,1-dimethylurea in the light. Both the formation of chlorophyll and the syntheses of RNA and protein were considerably enhanced. The CO2 metabolism of algal cells during greening was investigated using 14C-bicarbonate as the tracer. Radiocarbon was largely incorporated into purine and pyrimidine bases in nucleic acid and the arginine in protein, specifically at the C atoms derived from carbamylphosphate.

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