Plant Metabolism and Regulation
Plant metabolism is defined as the complex of chemical and physical events of respiration, photosynthesis, and the synthesis and degradation of organic compounds. These metabolic pathway allows the organism to perform all the normal life processes such as growth and maintenance of cell structures, repair damage, reproduction and respond to environment. The enzymatic activity of plants is controlled by allosteric sites by which modulator or effectors binds to it. Biosynthesis of enzyme protein is done by translation and translocation level. Crassulacean Acid Metabolism (CAM) is a carbon fixation pathway exists in succulents such as cacti and other desert plants as an adaptation to arid conditions.
- Track 1-1 Regulation by Allosteric Sites
- Track 2-2 Transcription and Translocation Control
- Track 3-3 Covalent Modifications
- Track 4-4 Modulation by Ligands and Compartmentalisation
- Track 5-5 CAM Photosynthesis