Contents, Photosynthesis Research, 47 (2), Feb. 96

Larry Orr larry.orr at asu.edu
Wed May 1 01:09:40 EST 1996


Photosynthesis Research

Contents Volume 47  No. 2  February 1996

Regular papers
D1 polypeptide degradation may regulate psbA gene expression at
transcriptional levels in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
T. Tyystjarvi, P. Mulo, P. Maenpaa, E-M. Aro.........................111-120

Photoinhibition of Photosystem I electron transfer activity in
isolated Photosystem I preparations with different chlorophyll
contents
K. Baba, S. Itoh, G. Hastings, S. Hoshina ............................121-130

Two forms of the Photosystem II D1 protein alter energy dissipation
and state transitions in the cyanobacterium
Synechococcus sp. PCC 7942
D. Campbell, D. Bruce, C. Carpenter, P. Gustafsson, g. Oquist ...131-144

Phosphatase activities in spinach thylakoid membranes--effectors,
regulation and location
I. Carlberg, B. Andersson ...............................................145-156

Bacteriochlorophyll organization and energy transfer kinetics
in chlorosomes from Chloroflexus aurantiacus depend on the
light regime during growth
Y.Z. Ma, R.P. Cox, T. Gillbro, M. Miller ...........................157-165

Slow exciton trapping in Photosystem II: A possible physiological
role
R.C. Jennings, F.M. Garlaschi, L. Finzi, G. Zucchelli ...........167-173

Antenna organization in purple bacteria investigated by means
of fluorescence induction curves
H-W. Trissl .............................................................175-185

Characterisation of a H2O2-oxidisable cytochrome b-559 in intact
chloroplasts with a new type of LED Array Spectrophotometer
S. Heimann, U. Schreiber ............................................187-197

Book review ............................................................199-200

Announcements ........................................................202-202



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