Contents--Photosynthesis Research, 44:1-2, May 1995

Larry Orr larry.orr at ASU.EDU
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Photosynthesis Research
Volume 44, Nos. 1-2, May 1995


Special Issue: Structure, Function and Biogenesis of Chlorophyll-Protein
Complexes

Guest Editors: Richard J. Cogdell, Rachel Nechushtai and Richard Malkin

--Preface--
Memories of cricket, Guinness and green gels
R. Cogdell, R. Nechushtai, R. Malkin......................................1-2

--Personal perspective--
Thirty years of fun with antenna pigment-proteins and photochemical
reaction centers: A tribute to the people who have influenced my career
J.P. Thornber............................................................3-22

--Reaction Center Complexes from Plants and Bacteria--
Function and organization of Photosystem I polypeptides
P.R. Chitnis, Q. Xu, V.P. Chitnis, R. Nechushtai........................23-40

Characterization of a Synechococcus sp. strain PCC 7002 mutant lacking
Photosystem I. Protein assembly and energy distribution in the absence
of the Photosystem I
G. Shen, D.A. Bryant...................................................41-53

Reaction centers of Rhodobacter sphaeroides R26 containing C-3 acetyl
and vinyl (bacterio) pheophytins at sites HA,B
M. Meyer, H. Scheer....................................................55-65

Effect of Photosystem II inhibitor K-15 on photochemical reactions of
the isolated D1/D2 cytochrome b559 complex
V.V. Klimov, S.K. Zharmukhamedov, J. De Las Rivas, J. Barber...........67-74

--Light-Harvesting Complexes--
Isolation and initial characterization of virescent mutants of
Arabidopsis thaliana
J.A. Brusslan, E.M. Tobin..............................................75-79

Consequences of LHC II deficiency for photosynthetic regulation in
chlorina mutants of barley
J.R. Andrews, M.J. Fryer, N.R. Baker...................................81-91


Circadian expression of the light-harvesting protein of Photosystem II
in etiolated bean leaves following a single red light pulse:
Coordination with the capacity of the plant to form chlorophyll and
the thylakoid-bound protease
T. Bei-Paraskevopoulou, R. Anastassiou, J. Argyroudi-Akoyunoglou......93-106

Assessing modulation of stromal and thylakoid light-harvesting
complex-II phosphatase activities with phosphopeptide substrates
M.R. Hammer, G. Sarath, J.C. Osterman, J. Markwell...................107-115

Energy transfer for low temperature fluorescence in PS II mutant
thylakoids
B.W. Krugh, D. Miles.................................................117-125

Isolation of membrane bound light-harvesting-complexes from the
dinoflagellates Heterocapsa pygmaea and Prorocentrum minimum
R.V.M. Jovine, G. Johnsen, B.B. Prezelin.............................127-138

Sequence conservation of light-harvesting and stress-response
proteins in relation to the three-dimensional molecular structure
of LHCII
B.R. Green, W. Kuehlbrandt...........................................139-148

Studies on the light-harvesting complexes from the thermotolerant
purple bacterium Rhodopseudomonas cryptolactis
E. Halloren, G. McDermott, J.G. Lindsay, C. Miller, A.A. Freer,
N.W. Isaacs, R.J. Cogdell............................................149-155

--Biogenesis and Assembly of Photosynthetic Membrane Complexes--
The carboxyl-terminal region of the spinach PsaD subunit contains
information for its specific assembly into plant thylakoids
Y. Cohen, N. Nelson, P.R. Chitnis, R. Nechushtai.....................157-164

Assembly of the chlorophyll-protein complexes
R. Nechushtai, Y. Cohen, P.R. Chitnis................................165-181

Light-induced biogenesis of the light-harvesting complexes of
Photosystems I and II. Gene expression and protein accumulation
D.T. Morishige, S. Preiss............................................183-190

Genetic engineering of thylakoid protein complexes by chloroplast
transformation in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
A.N. Webber, S.E. Bingham, H. Lee....................................191-205

Structural and functional properties of the coleoptile chloroplast:
Photosynthesis and photosensory transduction
J. Zhu, R. Zeiger, E. Zeiger.........................................207-219











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