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Photosynthetic cyanobacteria as future biotechnological hosts; considerations in regards to metabolite toxicity and cofactor redox balance
(Turun yliopisto, 2018-11-02)
There is an increasing global need for developing new sustainable alternatives and technological solutions for replacing oil‐based products currently in use. In response to this demand, photosynthetic cyanobacteria have ...
Dynamic regulation of photosynthesis by chloroplast thioredoxin systems
(Turun yliopisto, 2018-08-08)
Oxygenic photosynthesis is sunlight-energized conversion of CO2 into carbohydrates using electrons extracted from water. It occurs in cyanobacteria and in their endosymbiotic evolutionary descendants, the chloroplasts ...
Composition and phosphorylation-dependent functional interactions of thylakoid protein complexes in Arabidopsis
(Turun yliopisto, 2018-06-15)
In higher plants the thylakoid embedded pigment-protein complexes, photosystem (PS) I and PSII together with their respective light harvesting complex (LHC) antennas work in series to harvest solar energy and convert it ...
SNF1-related protein kinases : activation, responses to osmotic stress, and cuticle formation
(Turun yliopisto, 2019-09-06)
Plants regulate their responses to changing environmental conditions to cope with stresses and survive under natural growth habitats. Growth and stress responses must be strictly balanced to prevent poor survival and ...
Photoprotective auxiliary electron transport pathways in cyanobacteria
(Turun yliopisto, 2017-09-08)
Cyanobacteria perform oxygenic photosynthesis to fulfill their energy needs in highly dynamic environmental conditions. This requires tight regulation of photosynthetic light reactions for maintenance and optimization of ...
Molecular approaches for mycotoxin risk reduction
(Turun yliopisto, 2019-06-10)
Mycotoxin contamination in food is a serious concern for human and animal health. Today, we do not know how to detoxify food materials that are contaminated with mycotoxins in ways that retain their edibility. Therefore, ...