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Organization of energy-transducing membranes.

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Published by University Park Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cell membranes -- Congresses,
  • Energy metabolism -- Congresses,
  • Adenosine triphosphate -- Congresses,
  • Adenosine triphosphatase -- Congresses,
  • Biophysics -- Congresses,
  • Energy transfer -- Congresses,
  • Membranes -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited by Makoto Nakao and Lester Packer.
    ContributionsNakao, Makoto, ed., Packer, Lester, ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH601 .O73
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 367 p.
    Number of Pages367
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5417999M
    ISBN 100839107188
    LC Control Number73010341

      Organization of Energy-Transducing Membranes: Report of a Joint Japan-United States Seminar By L. Packer, M. Nakao Science 08 Dec Full Access Restricted Access. The Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology (German: Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie) is a German research institute for molecular plant physiology, based in the Golm district of Potsdam, d on January 1, , the MPIMP focuses on the study of the dynamics of plant metabolism and how that relates to the entire plant e: Research in plant physiology at a molecular level.

    The cell envelope of Gram-negative bacteria, such as Escherichia coli, is characterized by the presence of two membranes, the inner (IM) and outer (OM) membranes, separated by the periplasm and a thin layer of peptidoglycan (PG). This envelope is a formidable barrier against a myriad of harmful compounds, while simultaneously allowing the entry of nutrients necessary for cell by: 2.   Biosynthesis of ATP by F-type ATP synthases occurs ubiquitously in energy-transducing membranes, providing the main ATP source that drives numerous biochemical reactions in all living cells (Yoshida et al., ).In chloroplasts, ATP synthase is located in the thylakoid membrane and comprises two major structural subcomplexes, CF 1 and CF 0 (von Ballmoos et al., ; Junge and Nelson, ).Cited by: 8.

      The majority of cellular energy is stored in the form of ATP synthesized by the ubiquitous F 1 F o-ATP synthase (F 1 stands for coupling factor 1, F o for coupling factor o), which is found in the energy-transducing membranes of bacteria, mitochondria, and chloroplasts. The chloroplast F 1 F o-ATP synthase/ATPase is a rotary motor that is responsible for coupling ATP synthesis (and hydrolysis Cited by: Modelling and the use of HyPer tethered to membranes and the cytoskeleton show that H 2 O 2 concentration gradients can form (Warren et al., ). In poppy pollen tubes, cell death induced by self‐incompatibility proteins involves reactive oxygen formation in the shank of the tube, whereas H 2 O 2 production at the tip, required for pollen Cited by:


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Organization of energy-transducing membranes. Baltimore, University Park Press [] (OCoLC) Online version: Organization of energy-transducing membranes. Baltimore, University Park Press [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Makoto Nakao; Lester Packer.

Abstr act —Cardiolipin is a phospholipid located exclusiv ely in energy transducing membranes such as the bacterial cytoplas- mic membrane and the inner membrane of mitochondria.

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Abstract. The inner or energy transducing membrane of the mitochondrion is the site of various metabolic activities, including the sequential transfer of electrons along a chain of respiratory proteins and the coupling of the free energy derived from such transfer to the phosphorylation of by: Because membranes are impermeable to most solutes, gradients can be established and maintained between intra- and extracellular compartments.

These gradients serve as forms of energy storage that can be used for thermodynamic work. Ion gradients also establish electrical gradients across membranes that serve as resistors and capacitors.

Under these circumstances, the membranes are also sites. Cardiolipin is a phospholipid located exclusively in energy transducing membranes such as the bacterial cytoplasmic membrane and the inner membrane of mitochondria.

It plays both a structural and a functional role in many multimeric complexes associated with these membranes. The role of cardiolipin in higher order organization of components of the mitochondrial respiratory chain Cited by: THE PLASTIC AND FLUID NATURE OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL ENERGY TRANSDUCING MEMBRANE C R.

Hackenbrock and. HÖchli University of North Carolina School of Medicine Differential scanning calorimetry combined with freezefracture electron microscopy reveals a high potential for free lateral translational diffusion of integral proteins in the energy transducing membrane of the Author: C.R.

Hackenbrock, M. Höchli. Author(s): Nakao,Makoto; Packer,Lester Title(s): Organization of energy-transducing membranes. Edited by Makoto Nakao and Lester Packer. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Baltimore, University Park Press [c] Description: xii, p.

illus. Language: English LCCN: MeSH: Adenosine Triphosphatases*; Adenosine Triphosphate*; Cell Membrane*; Energy Transfer. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Energy-transducing membranes possess a number of distinguishing features. Each membrane has two distinct types of proton pump. The nature of the primary proton pump depends on the energy source used by the membrane; in the case of mitochondria or respiring bacteria an electron-transfer chain catalyses the ‘downhill’ transfer of electrons from substrates to final acceptors such as O 2 and.

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It is located exclusively in the energy-transducing membranes of bacteria and mitochondria. CL differs from all other phospholipids by its dimeric structure, with two headgroups carrying two negative charges and four fatty acyl chains.

ROLE OF CARDIOLIPIN IN THE SUPERCOMPLEX ORGANIZATION. Book of 13th Eur. Bioenergetics Conf., August   The light-harvesting and energy-transducing functions of the chloroplast are performed within an intricate lamellar system of membranes, called thylakoid membranes, which are differentiated into granum and stroma lamellar domains.

Using dual-axis electron microscope tomography, we determined the three-dimensional organization of the chloroplast thylakoid membranes within cryo Cited by: The U.S.

Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Mitochondria are cellular organelles present in all higher eukaryotes, responsible for bioenergy (ATP) production. Mitochondria have their own genetic material, mtDNA, and evolved from bacterial endosymbionts, raising many broad issues in evolutionary biology (1 –4).However, during the course of evolution, it appears that large parts of the genomes of the originally autonomous Cited by: Baseline toxicity of a selection of industrial chemicals and pharmaceuticals is determined experimentally with a new in vitro test system (Kinspec) using membrane vesicles isolated from a photosynthetic bacterium, Rhodobacter test system is selective and more sensitive than other mechanistic test systems for baseline toxicity.

This book is composed of nine chapters that specifically cover both immobilized and naturally occurring systems. The first two chapters examine the nature and function of enzyme organization in the mitochondrion, as well as the structural/functional coupling of the components in energy-transducing membrane systems.

The objective of this article was to document the energy-transducing and regulatory interactions in supramolecular complexes such as motor, pump, and clock ATPases.

The dynamics and structural features were characterized by motion and distance measurements using spin-labeling electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy. In particular, we focused on myosin ATPase with Author: Toshiaki Arata. are integral components of energy-transducing membranes in bacteria, mitochondria and chloroplasts [19].

They are close relatives of the V-ATPases (vacuolar ATPases) found in secretory membranes that use the energy from ATP hydrolysis to generate ion gradients across those membranes, and of the A-ATPases (archaeal ATPases) that synthesize.

The extent to which the structural organization and compartmentalization of the energy-transducing inner mitochondrial membrane to form three components (inner boundary membrane, cristal membranes and intercristal space) are reflected in, or indeed due to, a different protein complement of each compartment is not fully by:.

examines topics such as: respiration and electron transport; the functional organization of energy transducing membranes; the structure and function of flavoenzymes, cytochromes, iron-sulfur proteins and quinones; enzyme reduction of oxygen; and, free radicals in biological systems.Since the Nobel Foundation sponsors, through grants from the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Fund, Sym­ posia on subjects which are considered to be of central scientific importance and for which new results of a special interest have been reached.

The aim of these Symposia is to bring together.(8) Energy-transducing Organelle Membranes: The mitochondrion converts foods into usable energy (ATP), whereas the chloroplast, in plants and other photosynthesizing organisms, transduces the electromagnetic radiation (solar energy) into other forms of energy.

(9) Experimental Bilayer Lipid Membranes: They can be prepared. Since their inception.