Contents, Photosynthesis Research 48(1-2) May 1996

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Photosynthesis Research

CONTENTS Volume 48 No. 1-2 May 1996

Special Issue Dedicated to William A. Arnold:
Photosynthetic Unit:  Antenna and Reaction Centers
Guest Editors:  Govindjee, J. Amesz and R.S. Knox


Editorial..........................................................1-2

Dedications

About Bill Arnold, my father.
H. Arnold Herron...................................................3-7

Bill Arnold:  Scientist, philosopher, friend.
R.M. Pearlstein...................................................9-10

Dedication/Personal Perspective

Halcyon days with Bill Arnold.
B.L. Strehler....................................................11-18

Reflections

Bill Arnold's concept of solid state photosynthesis and his discoveries.
D. Mauzerall.....................................................19-23

W.A. Arnold's inspiring experiments.
L.N.M. Duysens...................................................25-29

The importance of being lucky: a tribute to William Arnold.
J. Lavorel.......................................................31-34

Electronic excitation transfer in the photosynthetic unit:
reflections on work of William Arnold.
R.S. Knox........................................................35-39

Bill Arnold and calorimetric measurements of the quantum
requirement of photosynthesis--once again ahead of his time.
S. Malkin, D.C. Fork.............................................41-46

Minireviews

Pigment protein complexes and the concept of the photo-
synthetic unit:  Chlorophyll complexes and phycobilisomes.
E. Gantt.........................................................47-53

The purple bacterial photosynthetic unit.
R.J. Cogdell, P.K. Fyfe, S.J. Barrett, S.M. Prince, A.A. Freer,
N.W. Isaacs, P. McGlynn, C.N. Hunter.............................55-63

Three dimensional structures of photosynthetic reaction centers.
C.R.D. Lancaster, H. Michel......................................65-74

Coupling of exciton motion in the core antenna and primary charge
separation in the reaction center.
R.M. Pearlstein..................................................75-82

Excitation energy transfer and charge separation in the isolated
Photosystem II reaction center.
S.R. Greenfield, M.R. Wasielewski................................83-97

Reaction center and antenna processes in photosynthesis at low
temperature.
T.J. Aartsma, J. Amesz..........................................99-106

Electroluminescence.
H.J. van Gorkom................................................107-116

Thermoluminescence from the photosynthetic apparatus.
I.Vass, Govindjee..............................................117-126

Minireview/hypothesis

Dissipation in bioenergetic electron transfer chains.
J. Lavergne, P. Joliot.........................................127-138

Regular papers

Oxygenic photosynthesis

On the relation between absorption and fluorescence emission
spectra of photosystems:  derivation of a Stepanov relation
for pigment clusters.
H. Dau.........................................................139-145

Chimaeric CP47 mutants of the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp.
PCC 6803 carrying spinach sequences:  construction and function.
W.F.J. Vermaas, G. Shen, I. Ohad...............................147-162

Cryptomonad biliproteins:  bilin types and locations.
G.J. Wedemayer, D.G. Kidd, A.N. Glazer.........................163-170

Photosystem II chlorophyll a fluorescence lifetimes and
intensity are independent of the antenna size differences
between barley wild-type and chlorina mutants:  Photo-chemical
quenching and xanthophyll cycle-dependent nonphotochemical
quenching of fluorescence.
A.M. Gilmore, T.L. Hazlett, P.G. Debrunner, Govindjee..........171-187

Heat stress induces in leaves an increase of the minimum level
of chlorophyll fluorescence, Fo:  a time-resolved analysis.
J.-M. Briantais, J. Dacosta, Y. Goulas, J.-M. Ducruet, I. Moya
=2E..............................................................189-196

Effect of the redox state of QB on electric field-induced charge
recombination in Photosystem II.
P.W. Hemelrijk, H.J. van Gorkom................................197-203

Thermoluminescence studies on the function of Photosystem II in
 the desiccation tolerant lichen Cladonia convoluta.
L. Sass, Z. Csintalan, Z. Tuba, I. Vass........................205-212

Thermoluminescence investigations on the site of action of
o-phthalaldehyde in photosynthetic electron transport.
T.S. Desai, A.S. Bhagwat, P. Mohanty...........................213-220

Photodynamic effects of hypericin on photosynthetic electron
transport and fluorescence of Anacystis nidulans
(Synechococcus 6301).
G.C. Papageorgiou, A. Alygizaki-Zorba, S. Loukas, S.S. Brody
=2E..............................................................221-226

EPR and ENDOR studies of the water oxidizing complex of
Photosystem II.
R. Fiege, W. Zweygart, R. Bittl, N. Adir, G. Renger, W. Lubitz
=2E..............................................................227-237

Polarized site-selective fluorescence spectroscopy of the
long-wavelength emitting chlorophylls in isolated Photosystem I
particles of Synechococcus elongatus.
L.-O. P=E5lsson, J.P. Dekker, E. Schlodder, R. Monshouwer,
R. van Grondelle...............................................239-246

Light-dependent modification of Photosystem II in spinach leaves.
K. Oxborough, L. Nedbal, R.A. Chylla, J. Whitmarsh.............247-254

Anoxygenic photosynthesis

Competition between annihilation and trapping leads to strongly
reduced yields of photochemistry under ps-flash excitation.
K. Wulf, H.-W Trissl...........................................255-262

Excitation energy transfer in the green photosynthetic bacterium
Chloroflexus aurantiacus:  a specific effect of 1-hexanol on
the optical properties of baseplate and energy transfer processes.
M. Mimuro, Y. Nishimura, I. Yamazaki, M. Kobayashi, Z.Y. Wang,
T. Nozawa, K. Shimada, K. Matsuura.............................263-270

Low-temperature energy transfer in FMO trimers from the green
photosynthetic bacterium Chlorobium tepidum.
S. Savikhin, W.S. Struve.......................................271-276

High pressure studies of energy transfer and strongly coupled
bacteriochlorophyll dimers in photosynthetic protein complexes.
N.R.S. Reddy, H.-M. Wu, R. Jankowiak, R. Picorel, R.J. Cogdell,
G.J. Small.....................................................277-289

Supramolecular organization of the photosynthetic chain in
chromatophores and cells of Rhodobacter sphaeroides.
P. Joliot, A. Verm=E9glio, A. Joliot.............................291-299

=46TIR spectroscopy of primary donor photooxidation in Photosystem I,
Heliobacillus mobilis, and Chlorobium limicola.  Comparison
with purple bacteria.
E. Nabedryk, W. Leibl, J. Breton...............................301-308

Energy trapping and detrapping by wild type and mutant reaction
centers of purple non-sulfur bacteria.
A. Freiberg, J.P. Allen, J.C. Williams, N.W. Woodbury..........309-319








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