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- The Structure and Function of Plastids
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- Plastid Structure, Diversification and Interconversions II. Land Plants
- Structure and Function of Chloroplasts
They are considered to be intracelluar endosymbiotic Cyanobacteria. Examples include chloroplasts used for photosynthesis , chromoplasts used for pigment synthesis and storage , and leucoplasts non-pigmented plastids that can sometimes differentiate.
The Structure and Function of Plastids
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NCBI Bookshelf. Cooper GM. The Cell: A Molecular Approach. Sunderland MA : Sinauer Associates; Chloroplasts , the organelles responsible for photosynthesis , are in many respects similar to mitochondria. Both chloroplasts and mitochondria function to generate metabolic energy, evolved by endosymbiosis , contain their own genetic systems, and replicate by division. However, chloroplasts are larger and more complex than mitochondria, and they perform several critical tasks in addition to the generation of ATP.
The most studied plastid type is the chloroplast, which carries out the ancestral plastid function of photosynthesis. During the course of evolution, plastid activities were increasingly integrated with cellular metabolism and functions, and plant developmental processes, and this led to the creation of new types of non-photosynthetic plastids. These include the chromoplast, a carotenoid-rich organelle typically found in flowers and fruits. Here, we provide an introduction to non-photosynthetic plastids, and then review the structures and functions of chromoplasts in detail. The discovery of SP1 suppressor of ppi1 locus1 , which encodes a RING-type ubiquitin E3 ligase localized in the plastid outer envelope membrane, revealed that plastid protein import is regulated through the selective targeting of TOC complexes for degradation by the ubiquitin—proteasome system. This suggests the possibility of engineering plastid protein import in novel crop improvement strategies.
book covering the central role of plastids for life on earth. It deals with both the structure and the function of the unique organelles, particularly of chloroplasts.
Plastid Structure, Diversification and Interconversions II. Land Plants
Plastids perform many essential functions in plant metabolism including photosynthesis, synthesis of metabolites, and stress signaling. The most prominent type in green leaves is the chloroplast which contains thylakoids, plastoglobules, and starch. As these structures are closely linked to the metabolism of chloroplasts, changes during plant growth and development and during environmental stress situations are likely to occur. The aim of this study was to characterize changes in size and ultrastructure of chloroplast on cross-sections of leaves during high light stress, Botrytis infection, and dark induced senescence by quantitative transmission electron microscopy TEM. Starch contents on cross sections of chloroplasts were completely diminished in all three stress scenarios.
Structure and Function of Chloroplasts
Chloroplasts are plant cell organelles that convert light energy into relatively stable chemical energy via the photosynthetic process. By doing so, they sustain life on Earth. Chloroplasts also provide diverse metabolic activities for plant cells, including the synthesis of fatty acids, membrane lipids, Chloroplasts also provide diverse metabolic activities for plant cells, including the synthesis of fatty acids, membrane lipids, isoprenoids, tetrapyrroles, starch, and hormones. The biogenesis, morphogenesis, protection and senescence of chloroplasts are essential for maintaining a proper structure and function of chloroplasts, which will be the theme of this Research Topic.
Plastids are a group of phylogenetically and physiologically-related organelles found in all types of plants and algae. In their roles, the different types of plastids contribute to plant metabolism thus promoting plant growth and development. One of the main characteristics of these organelles is the fact that they have a double membrane. In the cells, plastids are primarily involved in the manufacture and storage of food. They are therefore involved in such processes as photosynthesis, synthesis of amino acids and lipids as well as storage of various materials among a few other functions. Apart from plants and algae, plastids can also be found in a number of other organisms including:. Like all plant cells, plastids are derived from meristem cells within the plant.
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