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Role Of Subunits In Eukaryotic Photosystem I.

H. Scheller, P. Jensen, A. Haldrup, C. Lunde, J. Knoetzel
Published 2001 · Biology, Medicine

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Photosystem I (PSI) of eukaryotes has a number of features that distinguishes it from PSI of cyanobacteria. In plants, the PSI core has three subunits that are not found in cyanobacterial PSI. The remaining 11 subunits of the core are conserved but several of the subunits have a different role in eukaryotic PSI. A distinguishing feature of eukaryotic PSI is the membrane-imbedded peripheral antenna. Light-harvesting complex I is composed of four different subunits and is specific for PSI. Light-harvesting complex II can be associated with both PSI and PSII. Several of the core subunits interact with the peripheral antenna proteins and are important for proper function of the peripheral antenna. The review describes the role of the different subunits in eukaryotic PSI. The emphasis is on features that are different from cyanobacterial PSI.
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