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Molecular Basis of Plastome Mutations and Their Effects on Photosynthesis

  • Rudolf Hagemann

Abstract

Plastome mutations have been found and used in genetic experiments since the beginning of this century (1). There are three sources of plastome mutations for the experimenter: spontaneous, experimentally induced by mutagens, and nuclear-gene induced.

Keywords

Plastid Genome Frame Shift Mutation Plastid Gene Euglena Gracilis Base Pair Deletion 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rudolf Hagemann
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Genetics, Section BiosciencesMartin-Luther-UniversityHalle (Saale)German Dem. Rep.

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