Enzyme activity location is in chloroplasts
and cytoplasm and the enzyme activity is dependent to zinc value in the plant.
Previously, scientists had used scant data--only a few chloroplast
genes--as evidence of heteroplasmy, leaving room for debate.
As light levels change, their structures alter to send more or less light energy to chloroplasts
Adaptation of the thylakoid membranes of pea chloroplasts
to light intensities.
The presence of chloroplasts
in the leaf epidermis is common in pteridophytes (mainly in filmy ferns), aquatic plants, and some terrestrial gymnosperms and angiosperms, especially those that grow in the shade (Esau, 1965; Mickel, 1972; Dickinson, 2000).
PLANT CELL NUCLEAR, MITOCHONDRIAL AND CHLOROPLAST
ISOLATION: PROCEDURES AND PITFALLS.
combine the hydrogen with the carbon and oxygen to make the sugar, glucose.
When the sea slug feeds on its favorite seaweed, it swallows the plants' chloroplasts
and stores them in its gut.
Three minutes later the sun lights up the highest green foliage and gradually the chloroplasts
start waking up.
symbiotic theory for the evolutionary origin of chloroplasts
Expression of Bacillus anthracis protective antigen in transgenic chloroplasts
of tobacco, a non-food/feed crop.
1999 Assembly of light harvesting complex II and biogenesis of thylakoid membranes in chloroplasts