alexa Comparative Insilico Analysis of Ascorbate Peroxidase Protein Sequences from Different Plant Species

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Comparative Insilico Analysis of Ascorbate Peroxidase Protein Sequences from Different Plant Species

Aerobic life has developed by exploiting the abundance of environmental oxygen (O2) in the atmosphere to oxidize organic compounds, thus obtaining chemical energy in a highly efficient manner. Paradoxically, the univalent reduction of molecular oxygen in metabolic reactions produces a plethora of partially reduced intermediates, commonly known as reactive oxygen species (ROS). If their levels are not tightly controlled, these chemical species can react with the majority of biological molecules and cause serious cellular damages. ROS are byproducts of aerobic metabolism and are produced in excess within plant cells under abiotic and biotic stresses. READ MORE..

 
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