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Solyc10g017940.1.1 Solyc10g017940.1.1 Solyc10g047410.1.1 Solyc10g047410.1.1 Solyc02g011990.1.1 Solyc02g011990.1.1 psbM psbM psbB psbB psbI psbI psbF psbF psbH psbH psbJ psbJ Solyc01g044250.1.1 Solyc01g044250.1.1 Solyc01g011480.1.1 Solyc01g011480.1.1
"psbH" - Photosystem II reaction center protein H in Solanum lycopersicum
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psbHPhotosystem II reaction center protein H ; One of the components of the core complex of photosystem II (PSII), required for its stability and/or assembly. PSII is a light-driven water-plastoquinone oxidoreductase that uses light energy to abstract electrons from H(2)O, generating O(2) and a proton gradient subsequently used for ATP formation. It consists of a core antenna complex that captures photons, and an electron transfer chain that converts photonic excitation into a charge separation (73 aa)    
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psbB
Photosystem II CP47 chlorophyll apoprotein ; One of the components of the core complex of photosystem II (PSII). It binds chlorophyll and helps catalyze the primary light-induced photochemical processes of PSII. PSII is a light- driven water-plastoquinone oxidoreductase, using light energy to abstract electrons from H(2)O, generating O(2) and a proton gradient subsequently used for ATP formation (553 aa)
   
  0.990
Solyc10g047410.1.1
Uncharacterized protein (298 aa)
   
 
  0.979
Solyc01g011480.1.1
Uncharacterized protein (85 aa)
   
 
  0.977
Solyc02g011990.1.1
Uncharacterized protein (261 aa)
   
 
  0.976
Solyc10g017940.1.1
Uncharacterized protein (200 aa)
   
 
  0.975
Solyc01g044250.1.1
Uncharacterized protein (73 aa)
   
 
  0.971
psbM
Photosystem II reaction center protein M (62 aa)
       
  0.966
psbI
Photosystem II reaction center protein I (77 aa)
     
  0.964
psbJ
Photosystem II reaction center protein J ; One of the components of the core complex of photosystem II (PSII). PSII is a light-driven water-plastoquinone oxidoreductase that uses light energy to abstract electrons from H(2)O, generating O(2) and a proton gradient subsequently used for ATP formation. It consists of a core antenna complex that captures photons, and an electron transfer chain that converts photonic excitation into a charge separation (41 aa)
     
 
  0.958
psbF
Cytochrome b559 subunit beta ; This b-type cytochrome is tightly associated with the reaction center of photosystem II (PSII). PSII is a light-driven water-plastoquinone oxidoreductase that uses light energy to abstract electrons from H(2)O, generating O(2) and a proton gradient subsequently used for ATP formation. It consists of a core antenna complex that captures photons, and an electron transfer chain that converts photonic excitation into a charge separation (39 aa)
     
  0.915
Your Current Organism:
Solanum lycopersicum
NCBI taxonomy Id: 4081
Other names: Lycopersicon, Lycopersicon (Mill.) Seithe, Lycopersicon esculentum, Lycopersicon esculentum Mill., Lycopersicon esculentum var. esculentum, Lycopersicon lycopersicum, S. lycopersicum, Solanum esculentum, Solanum esculentum Dunal, Solanum lycopersicum, Solanum lycopersicum L., tomato
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