TOC BBA - Bioenergetics

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BBA - Bioenergetics

Vol. 1319, No. 1    28 March 1997

CONTENTS

Genetic evidence for the existence of two quinone related
inhibitor binding sites in NADH-CoQ reductase     E. Darrouzet
and A. Dupuis (38054 Grenoble Cedex 09, France)   1
Cardiolipin-dependent decrease of cytochrome c oxidase
activity in heart mitochondria from hypothyroid rats   G.
Paradies, G. Petrosillo and F.M. Ruggiero (70126 Bari, Italy)5
Cloning and sequencing of the gene encoding the plasma
membrane H+-ATPase from an acidophilic red alga, Cyanidium
caldarium H. Ohta (Tokyo 162, Japan), H. Shirakawa (Chiba 278,
Japan), K. Uchida (Shiga 526, Japan), M. Yoshida (Chiba 278,
Japan), Y. Matuo (Shiga 526, Japan) and I. Enami (Tokyo 162,
Japan)    9
The cDNA sequences of cytochrome c oxidase subunit VIa from
carp and rainbow trout suggest the absence of isoforms in
fishes    M. H=C5ttemann, S. Exner, S. Arnold (35032 Marburg,
Germany), F. Lottspeich (D-82152 Martinsried, Germany) and B.
Kadenbach (35032 Marburg, Germany) 14
Catalytic mechanism of F1-ATPase   J. Weber and A.E. Senior
(Rochester, USA)    19
The photocycle of bacteriorhodopsin at high pH and ionic
strength. I. Effects of pH and buffer on the absorption
kinetics  G.I. Groma, R.A. Bogomolni and W. Stoeckenius (Santa
Cruz, USA)     59
The photocycle of bacteriorhodopsin at high pH and ionic
strength. II. Time-dependent anisotropy studied by partially
saturating photoselection     G.I. Groma (Szeged, Hungary),
R.A. Bogomolni and W. Stoeckenius (Santa Cruz, USA)    69
Electronic structure of vitamins D2 and D3   I. Novak
(Singapore 119260, Singapore) and A.W. Potts (London WC2R 2LS,
UK)  86
Comparison of chloride-depleted and calcium-depleted PSII: the
midpoint potential of QA and susceptibility to photodamage  A.
Krieger (W=C5rzburg, Germany) and A.W. Rutherford
(Gif-sur-Yyette, France) 91
Substitutions at position 146 of cytochrome b affect
drastically the properties of heme bl and the Qo site of
Rhodobacter capsulatus cytochrome bc1 complex     A.S. Saribas
(Philadelphia PA 19104, USA), H. Ding, P.L. Dutton
(Philadelphia, USA) and F. Daldal (Philadelphia PA 19104, USA)
99
Characterization of atpA and atpB deletion mutants produced in
Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii cw15: electron transport and
photophosphorylation activities of isolated thylakoids H.R.
=46iedler (D=C5sseldorf, Germany), J. Schlesinger (Beer Sheva
84105, Israel), H. Strotmann (D=C5sseldorf, Germany), N. Shavit
and S. Leu (Beer Sheva 84105, Israel)   109
Rebinding of the extrinsic proteins of Photosystem II studied
by electron microscopy and single particle alignment: an
assessment with small two-dimensional ordered arrays of
Photosystem II M.F. Rosenberg (Manchester, UK), A. Holzenburg
(Leeds, UK), F.H. Shepherd, W.V. Nicholson (Manchester, UK),
T.D. Flint (Leeds, UK) and R.C. Ford (Manchester, UK)  119
In situ measurements of oxygen production and consumption
using paramagnetic fusinite particles injected into a bean
leaf A. Ligeza, A.N. Tikhonov and W.K. Subczynski (31-120
Krakow, Poland)     133








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