Genetic and Biochemical Analysis of Cyanobacteria Defective in Photosynthetic Oxygen Evolution View Full Text


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DATE

1987

AUTHORS

Valdis A. Dzelzkalns , Lawrence Bogorad

ABSTRACT

The cyanobacteria are unique among photosynthetic prokaryotes in that, like higher plants, they perform oxygenic photosynthesis. However, unlike higher plants, these organisms present a number of advantages for studying the molecular biology of photosynthesis — photosynthetic mutants may be generated, the organisms have relatively short generation times, and certain cyanobacterial strains are genetically transformable. One particularly useful strain that has recently received much attention is Synechocystis 6803. This strain is transformable (1) and is also capable of photoheterotrophic growth in dextrose-supplemented media (2). Our goal in studying this organism has been the identification of genes and gene products which are essential to the photosynthetic process. Towards this end we have isolated mutants of Synechocystis 6803 that are photosynthetically defective and we are in the process of analyzing these mutants both biochemically and genetically. A preliminary account of this work is given below. In addition we wish to utilize this system as a means to study genes encoding proteins of known function. Such genes can be isolated, modified, and reintroduced into the genome in order to study the function of the protein. For example, putative clones for the cyanobacterial plastocyanin gene have been obtained. The factors which regulate the expression of the gene can be studied as well. More... »

PAGES

841-844

Book

TITLE

Progress in Photosynthesis Research

ISBN

978-94-017-0521-9
978-94-017-0519-6

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