Contents: Photosynthesis Research, Vol. 41:1, July 94

Larry.Orr at ASU.EDU Larry.Orr at ASU.EDU
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Centents
Photosynthesis Research

Volume 41 no.1  July 1994

Special Issue: GREEN AND HELIOBACTERIA

Guest Editors: JOHN M. OLSON, JAN AMESZ, JOHN G. ORMEROD, ROBERT E. BLANKENS=
HIP


Editorial

Group 1: Reflections

Personal perspectives

Reminescence about 'Chloropseudomonas ethylicum' and the FMO-protein
J.M. Olson .............................................................3-5

Reflection on Chloroflexus
B.K. Pierson ...........................................................7-15

Discovery of the heliobacteria
H. Gest ................................................................17-2=
1


Group 2: Nomenclature

Minireviews

Nomenclature of the bacteriochlorophylls c, d, and e
K.M. Smith ............................................................23-26

Gene nomenclature recommendations for green photosynthetic and
heliobacteria
D.A. Bryant ...........................................................27-28


Group 3: New Organisms, Ecology and Biochemistry

Oscillochloris trichoides neotype strain DG-6
O.I. Keppen, O.I. Baulina, E.N. Kondratieva ...........................29-33

Chloroflexus-like organisms from marine and hypersaline environments:
Distribution and diversity
B.K. Pierson, D. Valdez, M. Larsen, E. Morgan, E.E. Mack ..............35-52

Effects of light quality on the physiology and the ecology of planktonic
green sulfur bacteria in lakes
X. Vila, C.A Abella ...................................................53-65

Lipids of heliobacteria are characterized by a high proportion of monenoic
fatty acids with variable double bond positions
B. Aase, E. Jantzen, K. Bryn, J. Ormerod ..............................67-74

An enzyme and 13c-NMR study of carbon metabolism in heliobacteria
M.W. Pickett, M.P. Williamson, D.J. Kelly .............................75-88


Group 4: FMO-Protein, Reaction Centers and Electron Transport

Regular papers

Redox effects on the bacteriochlorophyll a-containing
=46enna-Matthews-Olson protein from Chlorobium tepidum
W. Zhou, R. LoBrutto, S. Lin, R.E. Blankenship .......................89-96

Low-temperature spectroscopy of isolated FMO-protein and a
membrane-free reaction center complex from the green sulfur bacterium
Chlorobium tepidum
M. Miller, R.P. Cox, J.M. Olson .....................................97-103

Iron-sulfur centers in the photosynthetic reaction center complex
from Chlorobium vibrioforme. Differences from and similarities
to the iron-sulfur centers in Photosystem I
B. Kj=E6r, Y.-S. Jung, L. Yu, J.H. Golbeck, H.V. Scheller .............105-1=
14

Spectroscopic evidence for the presence of an iron-sulfur center
similar to Fx of Photosystem I in Heliobacillus mobilis
=46.A.M. Kleinherenbrink, H.-C. Chiou, R. LoBrutto, R.E. Blankenship ..115-1=
23

Photo-oxidation of membrane-bound and soluble cytochrome c in
the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium tepedum
N. Okumura, K. Shimada, K. Matsuura .................................125-134

Photosynthetic electrogenic events in native membranes of Chloroflexus
aurantiacus. Flash-induced charge displacements within the reaction
center-cytochrome c554 complex
A. Mulkidganian, G. Venturioli, A. Hochkeoppler, D. Zannoni,
B.A. Melandri, L. Drachev ...........................................135-143


Group 5: Chlorosomes and Pigments

Regular papers

Bacteriochlorophyll c formation and chlorosome development in Chloroflexus
aurantiacus
M. Foidl, J.R. Golecki, J. Oelze ....................................145-150

Effects of illumination intensity on bacteriochlorophyll c
homolog distribution in Chloroflexus aurantiacus grown under
controlled conditions
K. Lambertsen Larsen, R.P. Cox, M. Miller............................151-156

Separation of bacteriochlorophyll homologues from green
photosynthetic sulfur bacteria by reversed-phase HPLC
C.M. Borrego, L.J. Garcia-Gil........................................157-164

Giant circular dichroism of chlorosomes from Chloroflexus aurantiacus
treated with 1-dexanol and proteolytic enzymes
R.P. Lehmann, R.A. Brunisholz, H. Zuber .............................165-173

Pigment interactions in chlorosomes of various green bacteria
U. Feiler, D. Albouy, M. Lutz, B. Robert ............................175-180

Molecular organization of bacteriochlorophyll in chlorosomes of the
green photosynthetic bacterium Chloroflexus aurantiacus: Studies of
fluorescence depolarization accompanied by energy transfer processes
M. Mimuro, M. Hirota, Y. Nishimura, T. Moriyama, I. Yamazaki,
K. Shimada, K. Matsuura ............................................181-191

Chlorosomes of green sulfur bacteria: Pigment composition and energy
transfer
P.I. van Noort, C. Francke, N. Schoumans, S.C.M. Otte, T.J. Aartsma,
J. Amesz ...........................................................193-203

Strongly exciton-coupled BChl e chromophore system in the
chlorosomal antenna of intact cells of the green bacterium Chlorobium
phaeovibriodes: A spectral hole burning study
Z.G. Fetisova, K. Mauring, A.S. Taisova ............................205-210

Structures of chlorosomes and aggregated BChl c in Chlorobium
tepidum from solid state high resolution CP/MAS 13C NMR
T. Nozawa, K. Ohmoto, M. Suzuki, H. Nakagawa, Y. Shikama,
H. Konami, Z.-Y. Wang ..............................................211-223

On the structure of bacteriophyll  molecular aggregates in the
chlorosomes of green bacteria. A molecular modelling study
A.R. Holzwarth, K. Schaffner .......................................225-233

The formation and characterization of the in vitro polymeric
aggregates of bacteriochlorophyll c homologs from Chlorobium
limicola in aqueous suspension in the presence of monogalactosyl
diglyceride
K. Uehara, M. Mimuro, Y. Ozaki, J.M. Olson .........................235-243

Dimerization of synthetic zinc aminochlorins in non-polar organic
solvents
H. Tamiaki, A.R. Holzwarth, K. Schaffner ..........................245-251


Group 6: Genes and Evolution

Regular papers

A gene cluster in Chlorobium vibrioforme encoding the first
enzymes of chlorophyll biosynthesis
P.A. Moberg, Y.J. Avissar..........................................253-259

Genes encoding two chlorosome components from the green sulfur
bacteria Chlorobium vibrioforme strain 8327D and Chlorobium
tepidum
S. Chung, G. Frank, H. Zuber, D.A. Bryant .........................261-275

Highly efficient integration of foreign DNA into the genosome of
the green sulfur bacterium, Chlorobium vibrioforme by homologous
recombination
S. Kj=E6rulff, D.B. Diep, J.S. Okkels, H.V. Scheller, J.G. Ormerod ..277-283

Evolution of heliobacteria: Implications for photosynthetic
reaction center complexes
V.F.J. Vermaas ....................................................285-294

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