The review summarizes the current understanding of light-inducible proteins of plants, wide-spread among prokaryotic and eukaryotic photosynthetic organisms. The greatest attention is paid to the Early light-inducible proteins of plastids (Elip) and their photoprotective role under light stress. Data are presented on structure and functions of Elip-related proteins such as Ohp/Hlip, Sep, and on the family of Cab proteins, chlorophyll a/b-binding proteins of photosystems I and II, which are in many properties similar to Elip proteins. The multigene family of proteins of light-harvesting complexes (LHC) are discussed together with the possible ways of their evolution.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 14, 2013
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