Chloroplasts and mitochondria - functional

John F.Allen john.allen at plantbio.lu.se
Sun May 26 06:40:12 EST 2002


Comparative functional genomics of chloroplasts,
mitochondria and their 
bacterial homologues - new perspectives on symbiosis
in cell evolution
 
 Discussion Meeting
 The Royal Society of London
 Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th June 2002
 
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 Chloroplasts and mitochondria are energy-converting
 organelles of 
 eukaryotic cells. They also contain small,
 specialised, functional 
 genomes. Their genetic and energy-converting systems
 are bacterial in 
 origin. But most genes for chloroplast and
 mitochondrial components are 
 now found in the cell nucleus. So why did some genes
 move, while others 
 did not?
 _______________________________________________
 
 
 John F. Allen
 Plant Biochemistry
 Lund University
 Box 124
 SE-221 00 Lund
 Sweden
 
 Tel: +46 46 2227788
 FAX: +46 46 2224009
 
 john.allen at plantbio.lu.se
 
 http://plantcell.lu.se/
 
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bionet.genome.gene-structure



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