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Discoveries in Photosynthesis
Experiments initiated in the early 1960s on fermentative bacteria led to the discovery of ferredoxin-dependent alpha-ketocarboxylation reactions that were later found to be key to a new cycle for the assimilation of carbon dioxide in photosynthetic bacteria (the reductive carboxylic acid or reverse citric cycle). The latter finding set the stage for the discovery of a regulatory system, the ferredoxin/thioredoxin system, functional in photosynthesis in chloroplasts and oxygen-evolvingdoi:10.1007/1-4020-3324-9_76 fatcat:3r5n6yrfvzf53jibvvzfr453pa