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Regulation of photosynthesis / ed. by Aro E.-M., Andersson B. - Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2001. - 613 p. - (Advances in photosynthesis and respiration; vol.11). - ISBN 0-7923-6332-9.
 
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Editorial ....................................................................... v
Contents ...................................................................... vii
Preface ...................................................................... xvii
Color Plates ................................................................. CP-1

Part I: Evolution, Complexity and Regulation of Photosynthetic Structures

1 Thylakoid Biogenesis and Dynamics: The Result of a Complex
  Phylogenetic Puzzle
     Reinhold. G. Herrmann and Peter Westhoff

        Summary ................................................................. 1
        I.   Introduction ....................................................... 2
        II.  Aspects of Chloroplast and Plant Genome Evolution-Plant Genome
             Structure .......................................................... 5
        III. Functional Consequences of Genome Rearrangement-Regulatory
             Levels ............................................................ 11
        IV.  The Impact of Multicellularity and Terrestrial Life upon
             Thylakoid Biogenesis .............................................. 18
        V.   Maintenance and Acclimation of Thylakoids ......................... 19
        VI.  Outlook-New Approaches ............................................ 21
        Acknowledgments ........................................................ 23
        References ............................................................. 23

Part II: Gene Expression and Signal Transduction

2 Plastid RNA Polymerases in Higher Plants
     Karsten Liere and Pal Maliga

        Summary ................................................................ 29
        I.   Introduction ...................................................... 30
        II.  The Plastid-Encoded Plastid RNA Polymerase (PEP) .................. 31
        III. The Nuclear-Encoded Plastid RNA Polymerase (NEP) .................. 39
        IV.  The Role of NEP and PEP in Plastid Gene Expression ................ 43
        V.   Unsolved Mystery: tRNA Transcription .............................. 43
        Acknowledgments ........................................................ 44
        References ............................................................. 44

3 Phytochrome and Regulation Of Photosynthetic Gene Expression
     Michael Malakhov and Chris Bowler

        Summary ................................................................ 51
        I.   Introduction ...................................................... 52
        II.  Activation of Phytochrome and Other Photoreceptors ................ 52
        III. Second Messengers in Phytochrome Signal Transduction .............. 53
        IV.  Genetic Approaches to Dissect Phytochrome Signaling ............... 54
        V.   Nuclear-Localized Components of the Light Signaling Machinery ..... 57
        VI.  Interactions Between Phytochrome and Other Signaling Pathways ..... 61
        VII. Concluding Remarks ................................................ 62
        Acknowledgments ........................................................ 62
        References ............................................................. 63

4 Regulating Synthesis of the Purple Bacterial Photosystem
     Carl E. Bauer

        Summary ................................................................ 67
        I.   Introduction ...................................................... 68
        II.  The Purple Bacterial Photosystem .................................. 68
        III. The Photosynthesis Gene Cluster ................................... 69
        IV.  Regulating Photosystem Synthesis .................................. 70
        V.   Concluding Statements ............................................. 79
        Acknowledgment ......................................................... 79
        References ............................................................. 79

5 Redox Regulation of Photosynthetic Genes
     Gerhard Link

        Summary ................................................................ 85
        I.   Introduction ...................................................... 86
        II.  Redox Regulation of Nuclear Genes for Photosynthetic Proteins ..... 89
        III. Redox Regulation of Gene Expression Inside the Chloroplast ........ 93
        IV. Outlook ........................................................... 100
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 102
        References ............................................................ 102

6 Sugar Sensing and Regulation of Photosynthetic Carbon Metabolism
     Uwe Sonnewald

        Summary ............................................................... 109
        I.   Photosynthetic Carbon Metabolism in C3 Plants .................... 110
        II.  Sink Regulation of Photosynthesis ................................ 112
        III. Sugar Regulation of Gene Expression .............................. 114
        Acknowledgment ........................................................ 118
        References ............................................................ 118

7 Editing, Polyadenylation and Degradation of mRNA in the Chloroplast
     Gadi Schuster and Ralph Bock

        Summary ............................................................... 121
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 122
        II.  RNA Editing in the Chloroplast ................................... 122
        III. Polyadenylation and Degradation of mRNA in the Chloroplast ....... 126
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 132
        References ............................................................ 133

8 Regulation of Chloroplast Translation
     Aravind Somanchi and Stephen P. Mayfield

        Summary ............................................................... 137
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 138
        II.  Translation in the Chloroplast-An Overview ....................... 138
        III. Translational Regulation in the Chloroplast ...................... 139
        IV. Mechanism of Translational Activation ............................. 145
        V.  Conclusions and Perspectives ...................................... 147
        References ............................................................ 148

Part III: Biogenesis, Turnover and Senescence

9 Proteins Involved in Biogenesis of theThylakoid Membrane
     Klaas Jan van Wijk

        Summary ............................................................... 153
        I.    Introduction .................................................... 154
        II.   Chloroplast Proteins Involved in Targeting and Insertion into
              the Thylakoid Membrane .......................................... 155
        III.  Peptidases and Proteases Responsible for Processing and
              Turnover ........................................................ 161
        IV.   Proteins involved in Folding and Post-translational
              Modifications ................................................... 162
        V.    Proteins Assisting in Protein and Cofactor Transport, Storage
              and Ligation .................................................... 163
        VI.   Vesicles Formation, Low Density Membranes and Tubules ........... 167
        VII.  Proteomics as a Tool for Identification of Proteins involved
              in Thylakoid Biogenesis ......................................... 168
        VIII. Conclusions and Perspectives .................................... 169
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 170
        References ............................................................ 170

10 Peptidyl-Prolyl Isomerases and Regulation of Photosynthetic Functions
     Alexander V. Vener

        Summary ............................................................... 177
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 178
        II.  Structure and Function of Peptidyl-Prolyl Isomerases (PPIases) ... 179
        III. Plant PPIases .................................................... 184
        IV.  PPIases and Photosynthetic Function .............................. 187
        References ............................................................ 190

11 Role of the Plastid Envelope in the Biogenesis of Chloroplast Lipids
     Maryse A. Block, Eric Marechal and Jacques Joyard

       Summary ................................................................ 195
        I.    Introduction .................................................... 196
        II.   Lipid Composition of Chloroplast Membranes ...................... 197
        III.  Biosynthesis of Chloroplast Glycerolipids ....................... 200
        IV.   Chlorophyll Biosynthesis ........................................ 208
        V.    Plastid Prenylquinone Biosynthesis .............................. 209
        VI.   Transport of Lipids From ER to Chloroplasts and Between
              Chloroplast Membranes ........................................... 210
        VII.  Lipid Modifications of Proteins in Chloroplasts ................. 211
        VIII. Conclusion ...................................................... 213
        Acknowledgment ........................................................ 214
        References ............................................................ 214

12 Pigment Assembly - Transport and Ligation
     Harald Paulsen

        Summary ............................................................... 219
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 220
        II.  Assembly of Chlorophyll a/b-Protein Complexes .................... 220
        III. Assembly of Chlorophyll a-Protein Complexes ...................... 222
        IV.  How are Pigments Synthesized and Transported? .................... 223
        V.   How Do Pigments Find Their Correct Binding Site? ................. 225
        VI.  Are Pigments Involved in the Assembly of Multi-protein
             Complexes of the Photosynthetic Apparatus? ....................... 228
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 230
        References ............................................................ 230

13 Chlorophyll Biosynthesis - Metabolism and Strategies of
   Higher Plants to Avoid Photooxidative Stress
     Klaus Apel

        Summary ............................................................... 235
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 236
        II.  Tetrapyrrole Biosynthesis and Photooxidative Stress .............. 236
        III. Regulatory Steps in Tetrapyrrole Biosynthesis .................... 239
        IV. Tetrapyrrole Derivatives as Plastid Signals ....................... 247
        V.  Outlook ........................................................... 249
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 249
        References ............................................................ 249

14 Transport of Metals: A Key Process in Oxygenic Photosynthesis
     Himadri Pakrasi, Teruo Ogawa and Maitrayee Bhattacharrya-Pakrasi

        Summary ............................................................... 253
        I.    Introduction .................................................... 254
        II.   Different Classes of Transporters ............................... 254
        III.  Iron ............................................................ 257
        IV.   Copper .......................................................... 258
        V.    Manganese ....................................................... 259
        VI.   Zinc ............................................................ 260
        VII.  Magnesium ....................................................... 261
        VIII. Concluding Remarks .............................................. 262
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 262
        References ............................................................ 262

15 Chloroplast Proteases and Their Role in Photosynthesis Regulation
     Zach Adam

        Summary ............................................................... 265
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 266
        II.  Substrates for Proteolysis ....................................... 266
        III. Proteolytic Enzymes .............................................. 268
        IV.  Conclusions and Future Prospects ................................. 271
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 273
        References ............................................................ 273

16 Senescence and Cell Death in Plant Development: Chloroplast
   Senescence and its Regulation
     Philippe Matile

        Summary ............................................................... 277
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 278
        II.  Leaf Senescence .................................................. 278
        III. Biochemistry of Breakdown in Senescing Chloroplasts .............. 281
        IV.  Programmed Cell Death ............................................ 287
        V.   Outlook .......................................................... 290
        References ............................................................ 291

Part IV: Regulation of Carbon Metabolism

17 Dynamics of Photosynthetic C02 Fixation: Control, Regulation
   and Productivity
     Steven Gutteridge and Douglas B. Jordan

        Summary ............................................................... 297
        I.   Crop Yields, Land Use and Population Growth ...................... 298
        II.  Photosynthesis-Light, Capture, Action ............................ 298
        III. Modulating Rubisco Activity and the Response of Photosynthetic
             CO2-fixation in planta ........................................... 303
        IV.  Modulating Activities of Other Enzymes of the PCR Cycle .......... 305
        V.   C4 Metabolism .................................................... 307
        VI.  Concluding Remarks ............................................... 309
        Acknowledgment ........................................................ 310
        References ............................................................ 310

18 Chloroplastic Carbonic Anhydrases
     Goran Samuelsson and Jan Karlsson

        Summary ............................................................... 313
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 314
        II.  Gene Families .................................................... 314
        III. Structure ........................................................ 315
        IV.  Inhibitors ....................................................... 316
        V.   Carbonic anhydrase catalysed functions in Chloroplasts ........... 316
        References ............................................................ 319

19 Thioredoxin and Glutaredoxin: General Aspects and Involvement
   in Redox Regulation
     Arne Holmgren

        Summary ............................................................... 321
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 322
        II.  Thioredoxins ..................................................... 322
        III. Thioredoxin Reductases ........................................... 325
        IV.  Glutaredoxins .................................................... 326
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 329
        References ............................................................ 329

20 The Structure and Function of the Ferredoxin / Thioredoxin
   System in Photosynthesis
     Peter Schurmann and Bob B. Buchanan

        Summary ............................................................... 332
        I.    Introduction .................................................... 332
        II.   Biochemical Setting for Thioredoxin-Linked Regulation ........... 333
        III.  Thioredoxin Regulated Processes ................................. 333
        IV.   Structure and Function of the Proteins in the Regulatory
              Chain ........................................................... 334
        V.    Target Enzymes .................................................. 343
        VI.   Mechanism for Reduction of Thioredoxins and Target Enzymes ...... 350
        VII.  Phylogenetic History of Thioredoxins and Photosynthetic Target
              Enzymes ......................................................... 353
        VIII. Concluding Remarks .............................................. 353
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 355
        References ............................................................ 355

21 Reversible Phosphorylation in the Regulation of Photosynthetic
   Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase in C4 Plants
     Jean Vidal, Sylvie Coursol, Jean-Noel Pierre

        Summary ............................................................... 363
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 364
        II.  C4 Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase (PEPC) in the Physiological
             Context of C4 Photosynthesis ..................................... 364
        III. Properties of C4 PEPC ............................................ 364
        IV.  C4 PEPC Activity is Reversibly Modulated in vivo by
             a Regulatory Phosphorylation Cycle ............................... 366
        V.   Significance of the Regulatory Phosphorylation of C4 PEPC ........ 370
        VI.  Conclusions and Perspectives ..................................... 373
        References ............................................................ 373

Part V: Acclimation and Stress Responses

22 Photodamage and D1 Protein Turnover in Photosystem II
     Bertil Andersson and Eva-Mari Aro

        Summary ............................................................... 377
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 378
        II.  Light-induced Inactivation and Damage to the Photosystem II
             Reaction Center .................................................. 378
        III. Proteolysis of the Damaged D1 Protein ............................ 381
        IV.  Location of Photosystem II Damage and Repair in the Thylakoid
              Membrane ........................................................ 385
        V.   Biogenesis and Assembly of the New D1 Copy into Photosystem II ... 386
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 390
        References ............................................................ 390

23 Phosphorylation of Photosystem II Proteins
     Eevi Rintamaki and Eva-Mari Aro

        Summary ............................................................... 395
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 396
        II.  Thylakoid Phosphoproteins ........................................ 396
        III. Reversible Phosphorylation of Thylakoid Proteins ................. 398
        IV.  Photosystem II and Light-Harvesting Complex II Protein
             Phosphorylation in Taxonomically Divergent Oxygenic
             Photosynthetic Organisms ......................................... 406
        V.   Physiological Role of Thylakoid Protein Phosphorylation .......... 407
        VI.  Future Perspective: Is Thylakoid Protein Phosphorylation
             Involved in the Relay of Signals for Acclimation Processes? ...... 411
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 412
        References ............................................................ 412

24 Novel Aspects on the Regulation of Thylakoid Protein Phosphorylation
     Itzhak Ohad, Martin Vink, Hagit Zer, 
     Reinhold G. Herrmann and Bertil Andersson

        Summary ............................................................... 419
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 420
        II.  Redox Control of Thylakoid Protein Phosphorylation ............... 420
        III. Role of Thiol Redox State in Kinase Activation / Deactivation
             Process in Isolated Thylakoids ................................... 424
        IV.  Light-Induced Modulation of Thylakoid Protein Phosphorylation
             at the Substrate Level ........................................... 425
        V.   Thylakoid Protein Dephosphorylation and its Regulation ........... 427
        VI.  Thylakoid Protein Phosphorylation and State Transition:
             Open Questions ................................................... 427
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 429
        References ............................................................ 429

25 Enzymes and Mechanisms for Violaxanthin-Zeaxanthin Conversion
     Marie Eskling, Anna Emanuelsson and Hans-Erik Akerlund

        Summary ............................................................... 433
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 434
        II.  The Xanthophyll Cycle, Enzymes and Pigments ...................... 434
        III. The Conversion of Violaxanthin Depends on Temperature
             and Light ........................................................ 441
        IV.  The Role of the Xanthophyll Cycle ................................ 442
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 447
        References ............................................................ 447

26 The PsbS Protein: A Cab-Protein with a Function of Its Own
     Christiane Funk

        Summary ............................................................... 453
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 454
        II.  Early History of the PsbS Protein: A Mysterious Protein
             in Photosystem II ................................................ 456
        III. The psbS Gene and Gene Product ................................... 457
        IV.  Pigment Binding .................................................. 458
        V.   The PsbS Protein: An Early Ligh Induced Protein or Light
             Harvesting Protein or a Protein of Its Own? ...................... 459
        VI.  The Function of the PsbS Protein ................................. 463
        VII. Conclusion ....................................................... 464
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 465
        References ............................................................ 465

27 Redox Sensing of Photooxidative Stress and Acclimatory Mechanisms in Plants
     Stanislaw Karpinski, Gunnar Wingsle, 
     Barbara Karpinska and Jan-Erik Hallgren

        Summary ............................................................... 469
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 470
        II.  Stress and Acclimation ........................................... 470
        III. Concluding Remarks ............................................... 482
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 482
        References ............................................................ 482

28 The Elip Family of Stress Proteins in theThylakoid Membranes of
   Pro- and Eukaryota
     Iwona Adamska

        Summary ............................................................... 487
        I.    Introduction .................................................... 488
        II.   What is an Elip? Past and Present Definitions ................... 488
        III.  Division of Elip Family Based on Predicted Protein Structure .... 490
        IV.   Genomic Organization of Elip Family in Arabidopsis thaliana...... 495
        V.    Similarities and Differences Between the Elip and Cab Gene
              Families ........................................................ 495
        VI.   Are Elips Chlorophyll-Binding Proteins? ......................... 500
        VII.  Possible Physiological Functions of Elip Family Members ......... 500
        VIII. Evolutionary Aspects ............................................ 502
        IX.   Concluding Remarks .............................................. 502
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 502
        References ............................................................ 503

29 Regulation, Inhibition and Protection of Photosystem I
     Yukako Hihara and Kintake Sonoike

        Summary ............................................................... 508
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 508
        II.  Regulation of the Quantity of PS I ............................... 509
        III. Regulation of the Activity of PS I ............................... 513
        IV.  Regulation of PS I Expression .................................... 513
        V.   Inhibition of PS I by Environmental Factors ...................... 519
        VI.  Protection of Photosystem I from Photoinhibition ................. 521
        VII. Concluding Remarks ............................................... 524
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 525
        References ............................................................ 525

30 Regulation of Photosynthetic Electron Transport
     Peter J. Nixon and Conrad W. Mullineaux

        Summary ............................................................... 534
        I.    Introduction .................................................... 534
        II.   Background Concepts ............................................. 535
        III.  Feedback Control of the Photosynthetic Electron Transport
              Chain ........................................................... 537
        IV.   Regulation of Photosystem II Activity-The Bicarbonate Effect .... 540
        V.    Cyclic Electron Flow ............................................ 541
        VI.   Chlororespiration and Cyanobacterial Respiration ................ 547
        VII.  Interaction between Chloroplasts and Mitochondria ............... 548
        VIII. Questions for the Future ........................................ 549
        References ............................................................ 550

Part VI: Photosynthetic Regulation and Genomics - Methodological
Implications for the Future

31 Functional Genomics in Synechocystis sp. PCC6803: Resources for Comprehensive
   Studies of Gene Function and Regulation
     Takakazu Kaneko and Satoshi Tabata

        Summary ............................................................... 557
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 557
        II.  CyanoBase and CyanoMutants-Genome Information Databases .......... 558
        III. Genome-wide Monitoring of Gene Expression by Proteome and
             Transcriptome Analyses ........................................... 559
        References ............................................................ 561

32 Arabidopsis Genetics and Functional Genomics in the Post - Genome Era
     Wolf-Rudiger Scheible, Todd A. Richmond, lain W. Wilson and
     Chris R. Somerville

        Summary ............................................................... 563
        I.   Introduction ..................................................... 564
        II.  Arabidopsis Expressed Sequence Tags and Genome Sequencing
             Projects ......................................................... 565
        III. Classical Arabidopsis Genetics in the Post-Genome Era ............ 571
        IV.  Assigning Gene Functions Using the Tools of Functional
             Genomics ......................................................... 575
        V.   Reverse Arabidopsis Genetics ..................................... 582
        VI.  Conclusions and Outlook .......................................... 585
        Acknowledgments ....................................................... 585
        References ............................................................ 585

Index ......................................................................... 593


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