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Agricultural purposes in eco-friendly Chemistry illustrates the synergism among eco-friendly chemistry and agriculture, and it indicates how eco-friendly chemistry offers a direction within the stream towards sustainable agriculture.
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Because binding of Chi b to helix-1 of the apoprotein during import into the chloroplast is required to retain the protein in the organelle (3,4), we propose that the glutamate carboxyl group that eventually provides site a4 must initially bind Chi b. The atomic structure of the final complex indicates that this carboxyl group forms an ion-pair with the strongly positive-charged guanidinium group of an arginine residue on helix-3 (19). Following reconstitution, these residues form a ligand for Chi a, it is not inconceivable that folding of the protein, with formation of the ion-pair as helix-3 approaches helix-1, creates a ligand more favorable for Chi a, which consequently results in displacement of the Chi b molecule.
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