Protein synthesis in Petunia hybrida chloroplasts isolated from leaves and cell cultures View Full Text


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DATE

1982-06

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C. M. Colijn, A. J. Kool, H. J. J. Nijkamp

ABSTRACT

Isolation and incubation conditions were established for Petunia hybrida chloroplasts capable of performing in vitro protein and RNA synthesis. Under these conditions, chloroplasts from leaves as well as from the non-photoautotrophic mutant green cell culture AK-2401 are able to incorporate labeled amino acids into polypeptides. Intact chloroplasts can use light as an energy source; photosynthetically-inactive chloroplasts require the addition for ATP for this protein synthesis. Sodium dodecylsulphate polyacrylamide slab gel electrophoresis shows that in isolated leaf chloroplasts at least twenty-five radioactive polypeptide species are synthesized. The three major products synthesized have molecular weights of 52,000, 32,000 and 17,000. Coomassie brilliant-bluestained polypeptide patterns from plastids isolated from the mutant green cell culture AK-2401 differ considerably from those obtained from leaf chloroplasts. The pattern of radioactive polypeptides synthesized in these isolated cell culture plastids also shows differences. These results indicate that the difference in developmental stage observed between plastids from the cell culture AK-2401 and leaves is reflected in an altered expression of the chloroplast DNA. More... »

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37-44

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Planta

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1

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155

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