Remembering Lee McIntosh (1949–2004), a pioneer in the molecular biology of chloroplast and mitochondrion function
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KeywordsSynechocystis Chloroplast Gene Alternative Oxidase Elthon Cluster Biogenesis
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The contributions of Richard Allison, Charles Arntzen, John Golbeck, Sally Mackenzie, and Jean McIntosh to the writing of this obituary are gratefully acknowledged.
This obituary was invited and edited by Govindjee.
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