Kirsten Heimann's Advances in Algal Cell Biology PDF

By Kirsten Heimann

ISBN-10: 3110229609

ISBN-13: 9783110229608

Molecular study on algae during the last a long time has supplied major insights into common organic mechanisms. this information has proved necessary to the sector of biotechnology the place study on new functions in foodstuff tradition, biofuel and prescription drugs is underway. This new publication on algal telephone biology presents an summary of state-of-the-art study with a spotlight on cytoskeleton structure/function and cytokinesis of algae.

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Since chlamydial genes have thus far not been found in plastid genomes, interpretation is more complicated. To what extent is it possible to know whether a nuclear chlamydial-like gene was acquired before or after the cyanobacterial endosymbiosis, mediated via EGT or transferred via LGT directly from free-living bacteria to the host nucleus? Heterogeneous origins of nuclear-encoded organelle-targeted proteins The discovery of chlamydial-like genes in the nuclear genomes of primary plastidbearing eukaryotes is reminiscent of previous studies on the origins of mitochondrionlocalized proteins.

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Sativa cbbX homolog has not been determined and it remains to be elucidated whether the origin of non-cyanobacterial rbcL-S-cbbX operons can in fact be traced back to the common ancestor of primary plastids. ‘Chimeric’ origins of the menaquinone/phylloquinone biosynthesis gene cluster Gross et al. conducted phylogenetic analyses on the plastid and nuclear men gene clusters and provided interesting insight into plastid genome evolution (Gross et al. 2008). The men cluster is widely conserved in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes and encodes a series of enzymes that catalyze the biosynthesis of vitamin K such as menaquinone and phylloquinone.

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