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DATE

1972-01

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D. O. HALL

ABSTRACT

THE nomenclature used to describe the “intactness” or degree of breakage of isolated chloioplasts has been most confusing in the past few years. This resulted chiefly from reports that chloroplasts should be isolated carefully and rapidly to obtain high rates of CO2 fixation (50–250 µmol/mg chlorophyll/h). This type of chloroplast cannot translocate NADP, ferricyanide or ADP through its intact limiting membrane or envelope. “Class I” chloroplasts, as seen by phase contrast microscopy, had previously been considered to be similar to the in vivo situation. Unfortunately, in vitro they showed only low rates of CO2 a fixation and easily transported NADP, ferricyanide and ADP into the chloroplast. More... »

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125-126

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/newbio235125a0

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