32964 PLN00090
Thalassiosira pseudonana

Chromosome Product Transcript Start End Strand Short Name
32964 chr_3 PLN00090 1550739 1551386 - PLN00090
NCBI ID Ensembl Genomes exon ID
Not available Thaps32964.1, Thaps32964.2
Expression Profile Conditional Changes Cluster Dendrogram
Normalized Mean Residue
(bd218) Chloroa_b-bind superfamily
(bd1160) Chloroa_b-bind superfamily
(bd1820) Fasciclin
(bd1765) NA
Chloroa_b-bind superfamily
(bd672) NA
(PsbM) photosystem II reaction center M protein, plastid precursor
Chloroa_b-bind superfamily
(Lhcf6) PLN00120
Name CD Accession Definition Superfamily Bitscore E-Value From - To Hit Type PSSM ID
PLN00090 photosystem II reaction center M protein; Provisional cl11459 167.595 2.51E-54 1 - 111 specific 165663
PsbM superfamily Photosystem II reaction centre M protein (PsbM); This family consists of several Photosystem II... - 167.595 2.51E-54 1 - 111 superfamily 264379
T. pseudonana P. tricornutum P. tricornutum DiatomCyc F. cylindrus Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries E. huxleyi C. reinhardtii A. thaliana P. sojae
Not available PHATRDRAFT_55057 PHATRDRAFT_55057 172395 6834 Not available Not available Not available Not available
KEGG description KEGG Pathway
Not available Not available
GO:0009523 GO:0016021 GO:0019684 -

photosystem II

A photosystem that contains a pheophytin-quinone reaction center with associated accessory pigments and electron carriers. In cyanobacteria and chloroplasts, in the presence of light, PSII functions as a water-plastoquinone oxidoreductase, transferring electrons from water to plastoquinone, whereas other photosynthetic bacteria carry out anoxygenic photosynthesis and oxidize other compounds to re-reduce the photoreaction center.
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integral component of membrane

The component of a membrane consisting of gene products and protein complexes that have some part that penetrates at least one leaflet of the membrane bilayer. This component includes gene products that are buried in the bilayer with no exposure outside the bilayer.
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photosynthesis, light reaction

The light reactions of photosynthesis, which take place in photosystems II and I. Light energy is harvested and used to power the transfer of electrons among a series of electron donors and acceptors. The final electron acceptor is NADP+, which is reduced to NADPH. NADPH generated from light reactions is used in sugar synthesis in dark reactions. Light reactions also generate a proton motive force across the thylakoid membrane, and the proton gradient is used to synthesize ATP. There are two chemical reactions involved in the light reactions: water oxidation in photosystem II, and NADP reduction in photosystem I.
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