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Probable GTPase component of both plastid and peroxisme division machinery.
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results support the notion that ARC5 is dispensable in the process of equal division of epidermal plastids, and indicate that dysfunctions in ARC5 and ARC6 differentially affect plastid replication among mesophyll cells, PCs, and GCs within a single leaf
The roles of DRP3A, DRP3B, and DRP5B in organelle division and plant development, were investigated.
Data indicate that that PDV1 and PDV2 inhibits DRP5B-mediated GTP hydrolysis in a ratio dependent manner.
ARC5, which encodes a cytosolic dynamin-like protein that is part of the chloroplast division machinery and arc mutants have large but fewer chloroplasts which have an effect on both the composition and structure of the photosynthetic apparatus. [ARC5]
arc5 plastids appeared wild-type in the majority of nongreen tissues examined
Probable GTPase component of both plastid and peroxisme division machinery. Required for the last steps of plastid division specifically in mesophyll-cell, when the narrow isthmus breaks, facilitating the separation of the daughter plastids. Necessary for peroxisome activities. Seems to influence stromule (stroma-filled tubular extensions of the plastid envelope membrane) length and frequency.