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Term:cytochrome b6f complex
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Definition:Complex that transfers electrons from reduced plastoquinone to oxidized plastocyanin and translocates protons from the stroma to the lumen. The complex contains a core structure of three catalytic subunits: cytochrome b, the Rieske iron sulfur protein (ISP), and cytochrome f, which are arranged in an integral membrane-bound dimeric complex; additional subunits are present, and vary among different species.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: cyt b(6)f complex;   cyt b6-f complex;   cyt b6f complex;   cytochrome b(6)f complex;   cytochrome b6-f complex
 xref: Wikipedia:Cytochrome_b6f_complex

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