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Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 141, 197-199. Osmond, C. B. (1971). Metabolite transport in Ca photosynthesis. J. Biol. Sci. 24, 159-163. Osmond, C. , and Smith, F. A. (1976). Symplastic transport of metabolites during C4 photosynthesis. In "Intercellular Communication in Plants" (B. E. S. Gunning and R. W. ), pp. 229-241. Springer, Berlin. Osmond, C. , Troughton, J. J. (1969). Physiological, biochemical and structural studies of photosynthesis and photorespiration in two species of Atriplex. Zeit. Pflanzenphysiol.
Biophys. Res. Commun. 41, 1205-1210. 3 The Biochemistry of C4 Photosynthesis Ryuzi Kanai and Gerald E. Edwards I. Introduction C 4 photosynthesis consists of the coordinated function of two cell types in the leaves, usually designated mesophyll cells (MC) and bundle sheath cells (BSC), because enzymes of the C4 pathway are located separately in these morphologically distinct cell types. In C4 leaves, atmospheric CO2 enters through stomata and is first accessible to MC, where it is fixed by phosphoenolpyruvate (PEP) carboxylase to form oxaloacetate, and then malate and aspartate.
At that meeting, Harold Brown reported his analysis of the apparently intermediate nature of the species Panicum milioides (Brown and Brown, 1975). I should mention here that, in the following years, Harold Brown went on to make many critical contributions in areas relating the physiology and biochemistry of both C4 species and C3-C4 intermediates. At that time, only one other species with such intermediate features was known, MuUogo verticiUata (Kennedy and Laetsch, 1974). It seemed that if C4 plants evolved from C3 plants in a multistep process, then some of these intermediate stages should have stabilized and survived.
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