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Transcript and amino acid variation in C4 specific decarboxylases

Organism Icon Sorghum bicolor, Disakisperma dubium, Panicum coloratum, Panicum monticola, Diplachne fusca, Axonopus fissifolius, Astrebla pectinata, Chloris gayana, Echinochloa frumentacea, Panicum virgatum, Panicum antidotale, Panicum bisulcatum
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Dissecting the evolutionary path to C4 photosynthesis is a critical step in engineering improvements in crop photosynthesis and yields. Three C4-acid decarboxylation enzymes (NADP-ME, NAD-ME and PEPCK) are responsible for delivering CO2 for fixation by Rubisco during C4 photosynthesis. Decarboxylase recruitment has evolved independently multiple times throughout C4 lineages. Here, a systematic yet rapid identification of key differences across species has allowed us to investigate the regulation and evolution of the three C4-acid decarboxylases in one C3 and eleven C4 grasses (Poaceae).
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