Contents, Photosynthesis Research, 46:1-2, Nov. 1995

Larry Orr larry.orr at asu.edu
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Photosynthesis Research

Contents Volume 46, Nos. 1-2, November 1995

Special Issue:  A Tribute to Daniel I. Arnon

Guest Editors:  Anastasios Melis and Bob B. Buchanan


Preface
A. Melis, BB. Buchanan ............................................1

Introduction. The life of Daniel I. Arnon
BB. Buchanan .....................................................3-6

Daniel I. Arnon: Portrayal of a research career
B.B. Buchanan, D. Carlson ......................................7-12


Historical Corner

Daniel I. Arnon: Profiles of his research career

Mineral nutrition of plants
T.H. Jukes .....................................................13-15

Photosynthesis by isolated chloroplasts: The early work
in Berkeley
F.R. Whatley ...................................................17-26

Perspective on Daniel I. Arnon's contributions to research,
1960-1994
B.B. Buchanan, K. Tagawa .......................................27-35


Daniel I. Arnon: Personal recollections

Photosynthesis, inorganic plant nutrition, solutions and problems
E. Epstein .....................................................37-39

Polyphenol oxidase and photosynthesis research
A. Trebst, B. Depka ...........................................41-44

One thing leading to another
D.A. Walker ....................................................45-46


A personal view

Divergent pathways of photosynthetic electron transfer:
The autonomous oxygenic and anoxygenic photosystems
D.I. Arnon .....................................................47-71

Minireviews

Photosynthetic phosphorylation
A.W. Frenkel ...................................................73-77

The photosynthetic F1-[alpha]3[beta]3 and alpha]1[beta]1
catalytic core complexes
Z. Gromet-Elhanan, M. Sokolov .................................79-86

Alternative photophosphorylation, inorganic pyrophosphate
synthase and inorganic pyrophosphate
M. Baltscheffsky, H. Baltscheffsky .............................87-91

Cryptomonad biliproteins-an evolutionary perspective
A.N. Glazer, G.J. Wedemayer ...................................93-105

Three iron-sulfur proteins encoded by three ORFs in
chloroplasts and cyanobacteria
H. Matsubara, H. oh-Oka, Y. Takahashi, Y. Fujita ..............107-115

Integration of photosynthetic carbon and nitrogen
metabolism
in higher plants
M.-L. Champigny ...............................................117-127


The grand design of photosynthesis: Acclimation of the
photosynthetic apparatus to environmental cues
J.M. Anderson, W.S. Chow, Y.-I. Park ..........................129-139

The structure and function of the chloroplast photosynthetic
membrane-a model for the domain organization
P.-A. Albertsson ..............................................141-149

The cyanobacterium Synechococcus modulates Photosystem II
function in response to excitation stress through D1
exchange
G. Oquist, D. Campbell, A.K. Clarke, P. Gustafsson ........... 151-158

The potential applications of cyanobacterial photosynthesis
for clean technologies
D.O. Hall, S.A. Markov, Y. Watanabe, K.K. Rao .................159-167


Hypothesis

An integration of photosynthetic traits and mechanisms
that can increase crop photosynthesis and grain production
C.C. Black, Z.-P. Tu, P.A. Counce, P.-F. Yao,
M.N. Angelov ..................................................169-175


Regular papers

Oxygenic photosynthesis

A hydrogen-atom abstraction model for the function of YZ
in photosynthetic oxygen evolution
C.W. Hoganson, N. Lydakis-Simantiris, X.-S. Tang,
C. Tommos, K. Warncke, G.T. Babcock, B.A. Diner,
J. McCracken, S. Styring .....................................177-184

pH-dependent photoreactions of the high- and low-potential
forms of cytochrome b559 in spinach PS II-enriched membranes
J.M. Ortega, M. Hervas, M.A. De la Rosa, M. Losada ...........185-191

pH sensitivity of the redox state of cytochrome b559
may regulate its function as a protectant against donor
and acceptor side photoinhibition
J. De Las Rivas, J. Klein, J. Barber .........................193-202

Effect of back reactions in the S-cycle on photosynthesis
in very weak light
L.O. Bjorn ...................................................203-206

Characterization of a 160 kD Photosystem II reaction
center complex isolated from photoinhibited Dunaliella
salina thylakoids
A. Melis, J.A. Nemson ........................................207-211

Comparative EPR and thermoluminescence study of anoxic
photoinhibition in Photosystem II particles
S. Demeter, J.H.A. Nugent, L. Kovacs, G. Bernat,
M.C.W. Evans .................................................213-218

Effects of bicarbonate and formate on the donor side of
Photosystem 2
V.V. Klimov, S.I. Allakhverdiev, S.V. Baranov,
Ya.M. Feyziev ................................................219-225

Photosystem II acclimation to limiting growth light in
fully developed leaves of Amaranthus hypochondriacus L.,
an NAD-ME C4 plant
M.V. Sailaja, V.S. Rama Das ..................................227-233

A 43 kD light-regulated chloroplast RNA-binding protein
interacts with the psbA 5' non-translated leader RNA
P. Klaff, W. Gruissem ........................................235-248

Reconstitution of iron-sulfur center FB results in
complete restoration of NADP+ photoreduction in Hg-treated
Photosystem I complexes form Synechococcus sp. PCC 6301
Y.-S. Jung, L. Yu, J.H. Golbeck ..............................249-255

Analysis of the proposed Fe-SX binding region of
Photosystem I by site directed mutation of PsaA in
Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
B.J. Hallahan, S. Purton, A. Ivision, D. Wright,
M.C.W. Evans .................................................257-264

Nucleotide sequence of the psaD gene from the thermophilic
cyanobacterium Synechococcus vulcanus
S. Sue, K. Sugiya, M. Furuki, T. Shimizu, Y. Inoue,
H. Nakamoto, T. Hiyama .......................................265-268

Coupled cyclic electron transport in intact chloroplasts
and leaves of C3 plants: Does it exist? If so, what is
its function?
U. Heber, U. Gerst, A. Krieger, S. Neimanis,
Y. Kobayashi .................................................269-275

Light adaptation of cyclic electron transport through
Photosystem I in the cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. PCC 7942
S.K. Herbert, R.E. Martin, D.C. Fork .........................277-285

The role of phospholipids in regulating photosynthetic
electron transport activities: Treatment of thylakoids
with phospholipase C
M. Droppa, G. Horvath, E. Hideg, T. Farkas ...................287-293

Effects of dehydration on the electron transport of
Chlorella. An in vivo fluorescence study
Y.-H. Chen, B.-D. Hsu ........................................295-299

Amino acid sequences of heterotrophic and photosynthetic
ferredoxins from the tomato plant (Lycopersicon esculentum
Mill.)
K. Kamide, H. Sakai, K. Aoki, Y. Sanada, K. Wada,
L.S. Green, B.C. Yee, B.B. Buchanan ..........................301-308

Reduction of ferredoxin:thioredoxin reductase by artificial
electron donors
P. Schurmann, A.-L. Stritt-Etter, J. Li ......................309-312

High level expression in Escherichia coli, purification
and properties of chloroplast fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase
from rapeseed (Brassica napus) leaves
R.J. Rodriguez-Suarez, R.A. Wolosiuk ........................313-322

Mature ferredoxin-NADP reductase with a glutaminyl
residue at N-terminus from spinach chloroplasts
N. Sakihama, I. Nishimura, S. Obata, M. Shin ................323-328

Movement of DNA across the chloroplast envelope: Implications
for the transfer of promiscuous DNA
H. Cerutti, A. Jagendorf ....................................329-337

Perfusion chromatography--a new procedure for the
very rapid isolation of integral photosynthetic membrane
proteins
M. Roobol-Boza, S. Shochat, S.E. Tjus, A. Hagman, P. Gast,
B. Andersson ................................................339-345


Anoxygenic photosynthesis

The size of the photosynthetic unit in purple bacteria
C. Francke, J. Amesz ........................................347-352

Purification of an LHI-RC complex of Rhodospirillum
rubrum by solubilization of chromatophores with a
short-chain lecithin
J. Kessi, R. Ghosh, R. Bachofen .............................353-362

The structural role of the carotenoid in the bacterial
light-harvesting protein 2 (LH2) of Rhodobacter capsulatus.
A Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy and circular
dichroism study
J. Zurdo, M.A. Centeno, J.A. Odriozola, C. Fernandez-
Cabrera,
J.M. Ramirez ...............................................363-369

Amino acid sequence of ferredoxin II from the
phototroph Rhodospirillum rubrum: Characteristics of
a 7Fe ferredoxin
YU. Ishikawa, D.C. Yoch ....................................371-376

Announcement ...................................................377

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