Manipulating Photosynthesis in Transgenic Plants
Last Update: 2021-01-13
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-mediated transformation of plants provides a relatively straightforward means of altering the amounts of individual proteins involved in photosynthetic processes. By the introduction of additional copies of genes or of chimeric c
constructs, it is possible to produce transgenic plants with increased or decreased amounts of specific photosynthetic components. These plants can then be analyzed to examine the effects of the altered protein levels on a wide range of physiological or biochemical processes.
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