Binding and possible function of calcium in the chloroplast

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Publication Details

Author(s): Melkonian M, Burchert M, Kreimer G, Latzko E
Editor(s): D.D. Randal and D.G. Blevins
Title edited volumes: Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology
Publisher: Interdisciplinary Plant Biochemistry and Physiology Program, University of Missouri-Columbia
Publication year: 1990
Volume: 9
Pages range: 38-46
ISBN: 0936463082, 9780936463087


Abstract


Light-mediated Ca2+ uptake by isolated spinach protoplasts and chloroplasts, maintenance of low free Ca2+ levels in the cytosol and chloroplast stroma, Ca2+ binding by thylakoid and stromal proteins and the functional implications of Ca2+ binding are discussed.




External institutions
Universität zu Köln
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität (WWU) Münster


How to cite

APA:
Melkonian, M., Burchert, M., Kreimer, G., & Latzko, E. (1990). Binding and possible function of calcium in the chloroplast. In D.D. Randal and D.G. Blevins (Eds.), Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology (pp. 38-46). Interdisciplinary Plant Biochemistry and Physiology Program, University of Missouri-Columbia.

MLA:
Melkonian, Michael, et al. "Binding and possible function of calcium in the chloroplast." Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology Ed. D.D. Randal and D.G. Blevins, Interdisciplinary Plant Biochemistry and Physiology Program, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1990. 38-46.

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