So why did some genes move, while others did not?
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.
Cytochrome b6f: bridging the divide
State transitions - a question of balance
Will the real LHC II kinase please step forward?
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