Chloroplasten-Proteinbiogenese: angepasst an das phototrophe Leben

Abstract

Chloroplasts possess a small genome which encodes for many essential
complex subunits involved in photosynthesis. The integration of these
proteins together with nucleus-encoded and posttranslationally imported
proteins into a functional chloroplast proteome is a major challenge
which is regulated on multiple levels. Here, we highlight unique features
of the chloroplast protein biogenesis machinery and their roles during
plant acclimation to environmental changes.