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Gain and Loss of Phototrophic Genes Revealed by Comparison ...

Gain and Loss of Phototrophic Genes Revealed by Comparison ...

Gain and Loss of Phototrophic Genes Revealed by Comparison of Two CitromicrobiumBacterial Genomes Qiang Zheng1, Rui Zhang1, Paul C. M. Fogg2, J. Thomas Beatty2, Yu Wang1, Nianzhi Jiao1* 1State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, Xiamen, People’s Republic of China, 2Department of Microbiology and Immunology,

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Diverse Arrangement of Photosynthetic Gene Clusters in ...

Diverse Arrangement of Photosynthetic Gene Clusters in Aerobic Anoxygenic Phototrophic Bacteria Qiang Zheng1, Rui Zhang1, Michal Kobl?´z?ek2, Ekaterina N. Boldareva2, Vladimir Yurkov3, Shi Yan4,

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Characteristics and Evolutionary Analysis of ...

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potential to inform on the evolution of photosynthesis (11–13). AAPB are hypothesized to have evolved after widespread oxygenation of Earth’s atmosphere 2.4 to 2.3 billion years (Ga) ago (14, 15). Purple photosynthetic bacteria are one such group of anaerobic phototrophs that are thought to represent the ancestral lineage to AAPB due

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Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Volumes 15 and ...

Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Volumes 15 and ...

the photosynthetic pigments have made me very happy. I have certainly learned a great deal about respiration by reading Volume 15 of the AIPH Series. Volume 16: Respiration in Archaea and Bacteria: diversity of prokaryotic respiratory systems Volume 16 of Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, to be released in the near future,

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Mitochondrial genome evolution in parasitic plants

Mitochondrial genome evolution in parasitic plants

Mitochondrial genome evolution in parasitic plants Athanasios Zervas*, Gitte Petersen and Ole Seberg Abstract Background: Parasitic plants rely on their host to cover their nutritional requirements either for their entire life or a smaller part of it. Depending on the level of parasitism, a proportional reduction on the plastid genome has been ...

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Minireview Photosynthesis: what color was its origin? Jin ...

Minireview Photosynthesis: what color was its origin? Jin ...

This confirms that bacterial genome evolution involves extensive lateral gene transfer, which also had a role in the development of the photosynthetic apparatus. Recently, Mulkidjanian et al. [2] analyzed 15 cyanobacterial genomes and derived a set of genes commonly shared by all the genomes, in the form of a minimal cyanobacterial genome. The photosynthesis-related portion of the minimal gene ...

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MITOPLASTIDE GENOME AND ORIGIN OF MITOCHONDRIA AND ...

MITOPLASTIDE GENOME AND ORIGIN OF MITOCHONDRIA AND ...

This genome is composed, at the very beginning, of the whole mitochondrial replicon and photosynthetic gene cluster. Genetic evolution of the photosynthesis comprised: 1. evolution of photosynthetic gene operon, 2. evolution of photosynthetic gene cluster (superoperon), and 3. evolution of photosynthetic gene replicon, in the mitoplastide genome.

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Functional Genomics and Evolution of Photosynthetic Systems

Functional Genomics and Evolution of Photosynthetic Systems

Volume 33: Functional Genomics and Evolution of Photosynthetic Systems We (Tom Sharkey and I) are delighted to announce the publication, in the Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration (AIPH) Series, of Functional Genomics and Evolution of Photosynthetic Systems . Robert (Rob) L. Burnap (of the Department of

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Plastid Genome Evolution

Plastid Genome Evolution

Lockhart, & Howe, 2007) of primary plastid evolution: It seems unlikely that the stable [cyanobacterial] symbiont ultimately acquired by the host cell would be the first one it had ever acquired. The acquisition would almost certainly have been preceded by the uptake of other photosynthetic organisms. … [E]arly rounds of failed endosymbiosis ...

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