Lawrence Bogorad (1921–2003), a pioneer in photosynthesis research: a tribute

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Rodermel, S., Viret, J. & Krebbers, E. Lawrence Bogorad (1921–2003), a pioneer in photosynthesis research: a tribute. Photosynth Res 83, 17–24 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11120-004-6316-5

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Keywords

  • Lawrence Bogorad
  • chloroplast genome
  • cloning and sequencing of genes
  • communication between nucleus and chloroplasts
  • Samuel Granick
  • Harvard University
  • plant molecular biology
  • porphyrin biosynthesis
  • ribosomes in chloroplasts
  • University of Chicago