Authors Jiali Liu 1 , Xiaoliang Jin 1 , Fang Zhou 1 , Hongzhu Chen 1 , Wenjie Wang 1 , Yan Liu 1 , Guangji Wang 1 , Kun Hao 2 , Jingwei … Enzyme activity requires that Mg2+ and CO2 be bound to a lysine residue adjacent to the active site (carbamoylation). In vivo absorption spectra of selected samples from the meromictic Lake La Cruz (Cuenca, Spain). However these wavelengths, as well as others where bacteriochlorophyll a could harvest photons, are strongly absorbed by water or by phytoplankton situated in the overlying waters (Figure 5). Then, a regeneration process converts the triose-phosphates into ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate via phosphoribulokinase phosphorylative activity (Cleland et al., 1998). It is a homodimer of approximately 23 kDa subunits in most source studies (Hove-Jensen and Maigaard, 1993; Martin et al., 1996b). THE PENTOSE PHOSPHATE PATHWAY A metabolic pathway for glucose oxidation in which no ATP is generated Its principal product are - NADPH - Ribose 5 phosphateRibose 5 phosphate Occurs in cytoplasm in two phase : oxidative and non oxidative It is active in liver, adipose tissue, adrenal cortex, erythrocyte and lactating mammary gland In the other three pathways glucose-6-phosphate is converted to 6-phosphogluconate rather than fructose-6-phosphate as in the EMP pathway. 2020 Apr;177(7):1538-1555. doi: 10.1111/bph.14916. P. de Wulf, E.J. The PK pathway is found in heterolactate fermenters such as Leuconostoc spp. Figure 4. Light-dependent activation of these enzymes occurs rapidly upon illumination through a process that is coupled to photosynthetic electron transport via a ferredoxin/thioredoxin soluble electron transport system (Buchanan, 1980). Heterolactic fermentation is a type of lactic acid fermentation in which sugars (e.g. These alternative metabolic strategies can serve to cope with the changing conditions at the oxic–anoxic interfaces of the environments where these bacteria develop. B) generate NADPH and pentoses for the biosynthesis of fatty acids and nucleic acids. Photosynthetic carbon fixation is also regulated at the level of Rubisco activation. a)The pentose phosphate pathway generates NADH. Next, the 3-phosphoglycerate is phosphorylated to form 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate which, in turn, is reduced to glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate by nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH). PSB have bacteriochlorophyll a (many also bacteriochlorophyll b) as the main photopigment, and these molecules have strong absorption in the near infrared (Figure 4). Pentose Phosphate Pathway: Definition, Importance, Steps. It is yet to be demonstrated that the reduction of sulfur is coupled to electron transport or energy generation. This was explained by the fact that the requirement for TKT activity in aromatic amino acid synthesis is much less than for pentose degradation, for which transketolase is a major catabolic enzyme. The first step produces glucose or other monosaccharides such as xylose, fructose which are then metabolized by the classical pathways of glycolysis: the Embden-Meyerhoff pathway (EMP), the Entner-Doudoroff (ED) pathway, the, GENETIC MODIFICATION OF PRIMARY METABOLISM | Carbohydrates, GENETIC MODIFICATION OF PRIMARY METABOLISM | Photosynthesis, Cell Physiology Source Book (Fourth Edition), Reductive pentose phosphate pathway (Calvin–Bassham–Benson cycle). Anoxygenic phototrophs, thermophilic hydrogen-/sulfur-oxidizers. Explain how this is possible. However, little is known about the activity of the PPP in fatty liver, which is charac-terized by both oxidative stress and lipogenesis. The reductive pentose phosphate cycle (Benson‐Calvin cycle) is the main biochemical pathway for the conversion of atmospheric CO2 to organic compounds. The activity of SBPase is governed by a disulfide bond between two cysteine residues and magnesium (Mg2+) ion. It shows the steps of carbon fixation using Calvin–Benson cycle (red and blue) and its integration with other cellular steps of carbon metabolism like glycolysis and gluconeogenesis (purple). Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. The enzymes of the reductive as well as the oxidative pentose phosphate pathways are located in the chloroplast stroma (Fig. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, Studies suggest that a small decrease in SBPase activity reduces photosynthetic activity and carbohydrate levels. and Staphylococcus spp. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. Cytosolic NADP is recycled to NADPH by the oxidative pentose phosphate pathway (oxPPP), malic enzyme 1 (ME1) and isocitrate dehydrogenase 1 (IDH1). We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. The EMP pathway is present in very many bacteria including E. coli, homofermentative Lactobacillus spp., Bacteroides fragilis, Bacillus spp. Learn faster with spaced repetition. This reaction is catalysed by the successive action of two enzymes, 3-PGA kinase (PGK) and NADP:glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (NADP:GAPDH). Chlorophyll and the enzymes involved in the synthesis of ATP and NADPH are linked with thylakoid membranes in chloroplasts. Wiley Encyclopedia of Chemical Biology. Homoacetogens, methanogens, sulfate reducers. Pentose Phosphate Pathway The pentose phosphate pathway begins at the Glucose 6-phosphate. It catalyzes reversible transfer of a phosphate group from 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate (1,3-BPG) to ADP producing 3-PG and ATP. Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Zymomonas mobilis) but some bacteria use it as a secondary pathway, e.g. FIGURE 51.7. A complete tricarboxylic acid cycle has never been shown for – and α-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase has never been detected in – any cyanobacterium. 2. It is these two factors that will determine whether the aforementioned molecule will enter into glycolysis reactions or into the path of the pentose phosphate type. These were subsequently killed by the antibiotic. Cyanobacteria may also be subject to periods of anoxia, particularly in the dark (e.g., benthic forms thriving in sulfidogenic environments and biofilm or colony formers under diffusion limitations of O2 supply). As mentioned above, NADPH generated in the pentose phosphate pathway plays a key role in antioxidant defenses (cellular detoxification) as it reduces oxidized glutathione. On the other hand, hyperthermophilic archaebacteria TPI is a homotetramer of 25 kDa subunits (Kohlhoff et al., 1996). The reductive pentose phosphate cycle (Benson‐Calvin cycle) is the main biochemical pathway for the conversion of atmospheric CO 2 to organic compounds. Ribulose-5-phosphate is then cycled in a series of transaldolase and transketolase reactions that are both energy- and redox-neutral; the benefit to the cell is to yield a variety of sugar phosphates useful for intermediary metabolism and biosynthesis of nucleic acids. Using the CO2 dissolved in the cytoplasm, Rubisco catalyzes the formation of two of 3P-glycerate using ribulose-bisphosphate and the CO2 molecule. However, Archaea as well as strict anaerobic bacteria appear to use a mechanism for CO2 fixation distinct from the reductive pentose phosphate cycle. Learn about our remote access options, Instituto de Investigaciones Bioquímicas, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The pentose phosphate pathway (PPP) is a major pathway for glucose catabolism. Distribution of the different pathways for CO2 fixation among various phylogenetic and physiological relevant groups. As a fermentation pathway, it is employed mainly by the heterolactic acid bacteria which carry out heterolactic fermentation. NADPH is required for the reduction of 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate to glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate. Disrupted hepatic pentose phosphate pathway directly participates in and indirectly promotes CYP3A reduction: A new strategy for CYP3A-mediated drug hepatotoxicity Br J Pharmacol. The intracellular sulfur granules serve not only as electron donors for photosynthesis in the absence of dissolved sulfide, but are also used as electron acceptors for endogenous fermentation of stored carbohydrates under dark anoxic conditions. Each molecule of CO2 fixed in the Calvin cycle therefore requires three ATP and two NADPH to be provided by photosynthetic electron transport. More than a single type of Rubisco exists; they differ in specificity and turnover rate; types I and II have a confirmed function on the PPC. RuBP, ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate; 3-PGA, 3-phosphoglycerate; 1,3-PGA, 1,3-diphosphoglycerate; Ru5P, ribulose-5-phosphate; R5P, ribose-5-phosphate; Xu5P, xylulose-5-phosphate; GAP, glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate; DHAP, dihydroxyacetone-phosphate; E4P, erythrose-4-phosphate; F6P, fructose-6-phosphate; FBP, fructose-1,6-bisphosphate; SBP, sedoheptulose-1,7-bisphosphate; S7P, sedoheptulose-7-phosphate. C) participate in oxidation-reduction reactions during the formation of H2O. It has been speculated that the 3-hydroxypropionate cycle allows for the simultaneous assimilation of fermentative products, such as acetate or propionate. In these bacteria, the CBB pathway takes on different Disrupted hepatic pentose phosphate pathway directly participates in and indirectly promotes CYP3A reduction: A new strategy for CYP3A‐mediated drug hepatotoxicity. It would be very exciting then, if there were examples of organisms capable of using different CO2 fixation pathways depending on overall carbon availability. Through symplastic or apoplastic transport, sucrose enters the phloem and is further mobilized to storage (sink) tissues, where symplastic or apoplastic uptake into sink cells occurs. Studies suggest that RuBisCO does not limit photosynthetic capacity under a wide range but limits the uptake of carbon from the atmosphere (von Caemmerer, 2000). It catalyzes the ATP-dependent phosphorylation of ribulose-5-phosphate (RuP) into RuBP. In addition to theses two ‘anaerobic’ versions (reductive acetyl-CoA pathway/reductive citric acid cycle), two versions of high-energy-demanding CO2 assimilation pathways are now known: the reductive pentose phosphate cycle and the 3-hydroxypropionate cycle. Although some species are obligate phototrophs using sulfide or elemental sulfur as the only electron donor, others have the capacity for complementary growth or maintenance strategies, which provides metabolic flexibility. These enzymes play a major role as they control the rate of CO2 fixation. Yuri Pinheiro Alves de Souza, Alexandre Soares Rosado, in Microbial Diversity in the Genomic Era, 2019. the RPP pathway (ribulose-1,5-bis-phosphate, 3-phosphoglycerate, dihydroxyacetonephosphate, and fructose-1,6-bisphosphate) during the first minute of illumination. After formation, ATP and NADPH are released into the chloroplast stroma. In the non-oxidative phase of the pentose phosphate pathway the transaldolase and transketolase reactions perform the same reaction using two different chemistries. 2 ways to abbreviate Reductive Pentose Phosphate Pathway updated 2020. In the oxidative stage of pentose phosphate pathway, the glucose-6-phosphate is … The respiratory electron transport chain of cyanobacteria is housed in both the plasma and the thylakoidal membrane and it shares many functional components with photosynthetic electron transport. It is a metalloprotein that catalyzes the interconversion between d-ribulose 5-phosphate and d-xylulose 5-phosphate. Note the magnification level for the scale at each depth. Hexose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (H6PD) In addition to the cytosolic, pentose phosphate pathway-associated glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity, humans express an endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and the sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) localized glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity referred to as the H form. In photosynthesis: Elucidation of the carbon pathway …reduction pathway called the reductive pentose phosphate (RPP) cycle, or the Calvin-Benson cycle. Fermentations of sugars and polysaccharides can be conceptually divided into three steps: breakdown of polymeric polysaccharides into disaccharides and monosaccharides, intermediary metabolism of these simpler sugars, and terminal steps in the fermentation. RPE is a homodimer of approximately 23 kDa subunits in animals, eubacteria, and plants. Sulfur accumulation by Chromatiaceae represents a competitive advantage of these bacteria over other anoxygenic photosynthetic bacteria that deposit elemental sulfur outside the cells. In saline lakes these bacteria accumulate compatible solutes, such as glycine betaine, ectoine, trehalose, and/or sucrose, to cope with the high osmotic pressure. In the Calvin cycle, FBA catalyzes a reversible reaction that splits the aldol FBPase into the triose phosphates GAP and DHAP. Study Lecture 3 - Pentose Phosphate Pathway flashcards from Anna Van Dekerkhove's class online, or in Brainscape's iPhone or Android app. In sediments, however, light attenuation limits the habitat of photosynthetic bacteria to the upper few millimeters of the anoxic zone. Among these carotenoids, okenone is the most efficient and is present in meta-hypolimnetic species, although other carotenoids such as spirilloxanthin, lycopene, rhodopinal, or related molecules are produced by various purple sulfur bacteria. The pentose phosphate pathway actually exist in the cytosol and can be break up into two phases: Oxidative phase: The oxidative portion of HMP shunt composes of 3 chemical reactions that lead to the production of Ribulose-5-Phosphate, Carbon dioxide and 2 additional molecules of NADPH, for each molecule of Glucose-6-Phosphate would get oxidized. The first three reactions generate the energy carrier NADPH in the process of converting glucose-6-phosphate to ribulose-5-phosphate. The “key” regulatory enzymes are RuBisCO, FBPase, SBPase, and PRK. Bryant (2000) observed that there is a biphasic response of leaf and stem morphology in plants toward decreased SBPase activity. Some are photoheterotrophs, able to use some sugars as carbon source, and some are facultative heterotrophs, able to grow, albeit slowly, at the expense of externally supplied sugars (usually only one) in the dark. in case of a G6PD deficiency, an insufficient amount of NADPH is generated. The pentose phosphate pathway (also called the phosphogluconate pathway and the hexose monophosphate shunt) is a metabolic pathway parallel to glycolysis. Homolactic, heterolactic, homoacetate, and mixed-acid fermentation have all been described. The metabolic function of the pentose phosphate pathway is: A) act as a source of ADP biosynthesis. Approximately half of all cyanobacterial strains tested are obligate phototrophs, unable to use exogenous carbon sources aerobically. Calvin cycle is operated by 11 different enzymes that catalyze 13 reactions. The activity of RuBisCO is regulated by CO2, O2, Mg2+, and pH. A thermophilic Synechococcus reduces sulfate and thiosulfate to sulfide anaerobically in the dark. Phosphoketolase in the pathway cleaves pentose phosphate into glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate and acetyl phosphate which is the prime reaction of the pathway. In this phase, six molecules of 3-phosphoglycerate (3-PG) are phosphorylated at the expense of six ATP to form glycerate-1,3-bisphoshate. D) provide intermediates for the citric acid cycle. Moreover, photosynthetic carbon fixation was also insensitive to reductions in the levels of PRKase activity. The net production of carbon in the Calvin cycle is one molecule of GAP. Oxidative pentose phosphate pathway is the first of two phases of the pentose phosphate pathway. Xiaoliang … Jiali Liu . Purple sulfur bacteria (PSB) include two families of γ-Proteobacteria – the Chromatiaceae and the Ectothiorhodospiraceae. Another level of regulation is represented by light-driven changes in stromal pH and Mg2+ concentration. CCMCarbon-concentrating mechanism The Calvin-Benson-Bassham (CBB) reductive pentose phosphate cycle is used as the major route of CO2 assimi-lation in most phototrophic and chemoautotrophic bacte-ria. There is evidence that the Embden–Meyerhof–Parnas glycolytic pathway, unoperative for aerobic respiration, is used in the fermentative degradation of sugars by cyanobacteria. Green nonsulfur, bacteria, Crenarchaeota (Sulfobaceae), etc. The only known electron acceptors alternative to oxygen for cyanobacterial chemoorganotrophy are internal organic compounds and elemental sulfur. This chain combines to form a large complex of 540,000 Da containing eight large chains and eight small chains. 2 The pentose phosphate pathway (also called the phosphogluconate pathway) is one of the secondary pathways of glucose catabolism. GADPH is a tetramer consisting of 37 kDA subunits that catalyze the conversion of 1,3-BPG to GADPH. It is the function of the light-driven reactions in the thylakoid membranes to furnish this ATP and NADPH. Two of the products, fructose-6-phosphate and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate reenter glycolysis. These are as follows. and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. Figure 19.1. Biochemistry. Figure 27.3. The differences between the five (and there might be more) CO2 assimilation pathways extend beyond the energy requirements and type of electron carriers used. As in aerobic heterotrophy, fermentation occurs at the expense of endogenous sugars (usually glycogen but also sugar osmolytes such as trehalose or glucosylglycerol) accumulated in the light period. Glutathioneis a tripeptide that reduces reactive oxygen species and thus, combats the so-called oxidative stress that causes many diseases. An additional pathway for carbon transport in certain plants was later discovered in other laboratories (see below Carbon fixation in C 4 plants). The presence of key enzymes in each of the four pathways (EMP – fructose bisphosphate aldolase, ED – KDPG aldolase, PP – phosphogluconate dehydrogenase and PK – phosphoketolase) has led to the suggestion that the presence of a particular pathway in a specific bacterium can be deduced from the presence of the encoding gene in the genome through a BLAST search. There are relatively few bacteria that utilize the ED pathway as the sole route for glycolysis (e.g. Purple sulfur bacteria (the Chromatiales) are anoxygenic phototrophs that mainly grow photolithoautotrophically in the light using sulfide or elemental sulfur (zero-valent sulfur), among other reduced sulfur compounds, as an electron donor for photosynthetic carbon fixation through the Calvin reductive pentose phosphate cycle. At the same time, an anaerobic version for CO2 fixation would not be feasible for aerobic organisms, because some of the enzyme involved in the reductive citric acid cycle and particularly the reductive acetyl-CoA pathway are oxygen-sensitive. The pentose phosphate pathway (PPP; also called the phosphogluconate pathway and the hexose monophosphate shunt) is a process that breaks down glucose-6-phosphate into NADPH and pentoses (5-carbon sugars) for use in downstream biological processes. The plastidial fructose-6-phosphate is used both for regeneration of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate and production of glucose-1-phosphate through glucose-6-phosphate. THE PENTOSE PHOSPHATE PATHWAY Oxidative … In the PP pathway the 6-phosphogluconate is converted to the 5-carbon sugar ribulose-5-phosphate and CO2 in a reaction that yields NADPH, required for biosynthetic reactions. Green sulfur bacteria, δ-/ɛ-proteobacteria, Desulfobacteriaceae, Aquificaceae, etc. The PPP directs glucose flux to its oxidative branch and produces a reduced form of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH), an essential reductant in anabolic processes. The pentose phosphate pathway. Daniel Hofius, Frederik A.J. SBPase is a homodimeric protein and is about 92,000 Da. Although its main metabolic way of life is photoautotrophic with deposition of elemental sulfur globules outside the cell, some species can also grow photoheterotrophically, or under microaerobic or aerobic conditions in the dark. The defect in lipopolysaccharide formation could only be repaired by adding d-sedoheptulose-7-phosphate to the growth medium of the mutant strains. It consists of two classes, that is, class-I FBAs (homotetramers) and class-II FBAs (homodimers). Sucrose accumulating in the sink cells may constitute the major storage carbohydrate, like in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris), or be converted to substrates for, for example, synthesis of structural carbohydrates of the cell wall or storage carbohydrates like starch and fructan (Figure 2). It also converts the HCO3− in CO2 due to the activity of another enzyme—the carbonic anhydrase—which in contrast to Rubisco has one of the fastest turnover rates in nature and can realize 400.000–600.000 reactions per second compared with Rubisco, which can realize between 1 and 12 reactions per second (Badger and Bek, 2008). The pentose phosphate pathway (PPP) is an alternative way of glucose use. Spectral distribution of light availability at different depths of the meromictic Lake La Cruz (Cuenca, Spain) measured with a spectroradiometer. Several enzymes of the Calvin cycle are subject to light/dark regulation. Introduction The pentose phosphate pathway is primarily an anabolic pathway that utilizes the 6 carbons of glucose to generate 5 carbon sugars and reducing equivalents. Note the strong absorption by chlorophyll a at 680 nm in the epilimnetic sample (0.5 m) where only algae are present, compared with the hypolimnetic sample from 12.5 m showing the near infrared absorption maxima of bacteriochlorophylls from purple sulfur bacteria (photograph a: Lamprocystis purpurea, formerly Amoebobacter purpureus) at 830 nm corresponding to bacteriochlorophyll a, and green sulfur bacteria (photograph b: Chlorobium clathratiforme, formerly Pelodictyon clathratiforme) at 720 nm corresponding to bacteriochlorophyll d. Figure 5. The Ru5P is important as a precursor to nucleotide synthesis, as well as for production of other sugars and important metabolic intermediates, such as fructose-6-phosphate and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate. [2] While the pentose phosphate pathway does involve … Thus, the 3P-glycerate receives a phosphate and is reduced to a glyceraldeyde-3-phosphate that will be converted to glucose by the gluconeogenesis cellular pathways. This nocturnal inhibitor also binds tightly to the active site of Rubisco. -The first step of the pentose phosphate pathway is the conversion of glucose-6-phosphate to 6-phosphogluconolactone and generation of NADPH from NADP+. In the Calvin cycle, TKL catalyzes the reverse reaction, the conversion of sedoheptulose-7-P and glyceraldehyde-3-P to pentoses to d-ribose-5-phosphate (aldose) and d-xylulose-5-P (ketose). Monomeric sugars are degraded using the oxidative pentose phosphate cycle. Although it is distinctly more abundant in phototrophs, a great diversity of chemototrophs, which use energy from both organic compounds and inorganic compounds to fix carbon, also use the PPC as a carbon fixation pathway (Shively et al., 1998). The sequence of Rubisco is also used to classify the carboxysomes among cyanobacteria and follows the phylogeny of these groups (Badger and Bek, 2008). Soda lakes, from where the alkaliphilic members of the genus Thioalkalivibrio have been isolated, often show pH values of 10–11. The elementary textbook treatment of the pentose phosphate pathway (PPP) describes its nature and occurrence in the cytoplasm of most cells. Regulation of the pentose phosphate pathway depends on the presence of the need for a glucose-6-phosphate cell and the level of NADP + concentration in the cytosol fluid. It also produces nucleic acids and erythrose-4-phosphate, used in the synthesis of aromatic amino acids. Reduction of the two molecules of 3-PGA to triose-P at the expense of two ATP and two NADPH molecules. As the pentose phos… Chibbar, M. Båga, in Encyclopedia of Applied Plant Sciences, 2003. In other cyanobacteria, sulfur may be used as a sink for electrons, otherwise released as H2, with or without concomitant modification of the fermentative products. Role of the Pentose Phosphate Pathway If the oxidation of glucose 6 -phosphate via the pentose phosphate pathway were being used primarily to generate NADPH for biosynthesis, the other product, ribose 5 -phosphate, would accumulate. Mutants lacking the genes for 6-phosphofructokinase (pfkA) or glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase (gapA) were constructed and analyzed with respect to growth, enzyme activities, and … Bruce Ward, in Molecular Medical Microbiology (Second Edition), 2015. The pentose phosphate shunt has two phases, the oxidative phase (reactions 21 - 23), in which NADPH and pentose-5-phosphate are generated, and the non-oxidative phase (reactions 24 - 28), in which unused pentose-5-phosphate can be converted to other sugar intermediates and then returned to the glycolytic pathway as glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate and fructose-6-phosphate. 13.1. This is accomplished through reduced thioredoxin, which in turn is reduced by reduced ferredoxin, and the reaction is catalysed by the enzyme ferredoxin–thioredoxin reductase. (1994) suggested that photosynthesis remains unaffected unless the FBPase activity is less than 34% of wild type species. The reaction is catalyzed by ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase, often referred to as rubisco. [16,17]). The principle for creating and isolating transketolase mutants was based on the idea that organisms that lack transketolase activity cannot grow on pentoses and cannot convert the intracellularly formed d-ribose-5-phosphate into aromatic biomolecules (amino acids, vitamins). Desulfobacteriaceae, Methanobacteria, etc. Table 1. b)The pentose phosphate pathway oxidizes NADPH to NADP + c) The rate-limiting reaction of the pentose phosphate pathway is catalyzed by glucose-6-phosphatase. The oxidative portion of the pentose phosphate pathway consists of three reactions that lead to the formation of ribulose 5-phosphate, CO 2, and two molecules of NADPH for each molecule of glucose 6-phosphate oxidized (Figure 13.2). They act by concentrating the copies of Rubisco in a single place in the cell instead of letting it dissolve in the cytoplasm, which enables the depletion of O2 in the vicinity of Rubisco and reduces the negative effects of photorespiration. 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