Chloroplast sentence example
- These substances can, however, be dissolved out in water, and the green coloring matter of the chloroplast then becomes visible.
- Sometimes several pyrenoids occur in each chloroplast.
- Each cell is nearly circular and a single bright green chloroplast fills the entire cell.
- A chloroplast is an organelle in green plants containing the light harvesting pigment chlorophyll.
- This is met with in the form of small granular specks in the substance of the chloroplast, specks which assume a blue color when treated with a solution of iodine.Advertisement
- Proteins; Ligands; Heme; ChloroP prediction server ChloroP is a neural network-based method for predicting chloroplast transit peptides and their cleavage sites.
- The chloroplast consists of two parts, a colorless ground substance, and a green coloring matter, which is contained either in the form of fibrils, or in more or less regular spherical masses, in the colorless ground-mass.
- In Spirogyra and allied forms the chloroplast grows as the cell grows, and only divides when this divides.
- A transgenic tobacco trichome cell containing green fluorescent protein (GFP) targeted to the chloroplast outer envelope.
- Sometimes several pyrenoids occur in each chloroplast, as in Mesocarpus and Spirogyra; sometimes only an occasional chloroplast contains pyrenoid at all, as in Cladophora.Advertisement
- Chloroplast transformation to produce GM pharmaceuticals entails specific risks that are associated with its advantages.
- However this is not the case for the chloroplast complex which plays a distinct role in supplying acetyl CoA for fatty acid biosynthesis.
- The dimeric PSII supercomplex used for this study was isolated from spinach chloroplast thylakoid membranes.
- The subaerial part is tubular or ovoid, and contains the chloroplast (clil.).
- A glyphosate-resistant plant cell of Claim 22 in which the chloroplast transit peptide is from a plant EPSPS gene... .Advertisement
- The 4.1 kDa N-terminal transit peptide appears to target the nuclear encoded gene product through the chloroplast envelope into the chloroplast stroma.
- It is clear therefore that there is an intimate relationship between the metabolic processes in the developing chloroplast and nuclear gene expression.
- In addition, it has a single chloroplast, which makes it easy to produce a uniformly transformed culture.