Location of the genes for cytochrome f, subunit IV of the b6/f complex, the α-subunit of CF1 ATP-synthase and subunit III of the CFα ATP-synthase on the barley chloroplast genome
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The genes for cytochrome f (petA), subunit IV of the cytochrome b6/f complex (petI), the α-subunit of CF1-ATP-synthase (atpA) and subunit III of CFα-ATP-synthase (atpH) have been mapped by heterologous hybridisation of wheat probes to the barley chloroplast genome.
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