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Gerhart Drews,Edwin A. Dawes
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Molecular Biology of Membrane-Bound Complexes in Phototrophic Bacteria. by Gerhart Drews and Edwin A. Dawes. Cells of phototrophic bacterla are fitted out with a characteristic and sometimes species-specific membrane-system: the continuous but differ- ently composed oplasmic membrane systems in purple bacteria, the cytoplasmic membrane with the attached light-harvesting chlorosomes in green bacteria and the intracytpplasmic thylakoids with the attached light-harvesting phycobilisomes in cyanobacteria.

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Gerhart Drews, Edwin A. A selection of 56 papers from a symposium in Breisgan, Germany, in August 1989

Gerhart Drews, Edwin A. A selection of 56 papers from a symposium in Breisgan, Germany, in August 1989. Treats the structure and regulation of genes coding for pigment-binding membrane proteins and enzymes for bacteriochlorophyll, carotenoid, and cytochrome synthesis under the control of oxygen and light gradients. Discussions of the composition, structure, organization, Get A Copy. Be the first to ask a question about Molecular Biology of Membrane-Bound Complexes in Phototrophic Bacteria. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Molecular Biology of Membrane-Bound Complexes in Phototrophic Bacteria - Libro electrónico escrito por Gerhart Drews, Edwin A. The evolutionary pressure on the development of efficient energy-transducing systems resulted, on the other hand, in hOmologous structures with a high similarity of primary amino-acid sequences of membrane-bound pigment-binding polypeptides and very similar principles of organization, realized, for example, in the photochemical reaction center and the e blc oxidoreductase of many evolutionary remote organisms. l The bacterial photosynthetic.

by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Molecular Biology of Membrane-Bound Complexes in Phototrophic . Regulation of Formation of Photosynthetic Light-Harvesting Complexes in Rhodobacter Capsulatus. in Molecular Biology of Membrane-Bound Complexes in Phototrophic Bacteria. Molecular Biology of Membrane-Bound Complexes in Phototrophic Bacteria pp 1-4; doi:10. The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract. Béatrice Oberlé, Hans-Volker Tichy, Ulrike Hornberger, Gerhart Drews. Published: 1 January 1990. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC.

A selection of 56 papers from a symposium in Breisgan, Germany, in August 1989. Treats the structure and regulation of genes coding for pigment-binding membrane proteins and enzymes for bacteriochlorophyll, carotenoid, and cytochrome synthesis under the control of oxygen and light gradients. Discussions of the composition, structure, organization,