Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 52 No. 2 May 1997

Chris Burns psres at asu.edu
Mon Sep 8 17:38:16 EST 1997


Photosynthesis Research
Contents Volume 52 No. 2 May 1997

Regular papers

Characteristics of photosynthetic carbon metabolism
of spikelits in rice.
N. Imaizumi, M. Samejima, K. Ishihara...................75-82

Fluorescence detected magnetic resonance of monomers
and aggregates of bacteriochlorophylls of green sulfur
bacteria Chlorobium sp.
J. Psencik, T.J. Schaafsma, G.F.W. Searle, J. Hala......83-92

Spectroscopic characterization of quinone-site mutants
of the bacterial photosynthetic reaction center.
P.D. Laible, Y. Zhang, A.L. Morris, S.W. Snyder,
C. Ainsworth, S.R. Greenfield, M.R. Wasielewski,
P. Parot, B. Schoepp, M. Schiffer, D.K. Hanson,
M.C. Thurnauer.........................................93-103

Inhibition of CO2-fixation and its effect on the
activity of Photosystem II, on D1-protein synthesis
and phosphorylation.
R. Hollinderbaumer, V. Ebbert, D. Godde...............105-116

Responses of Rubisco activation and deactivation rates
to variations in growth-light conditions.
J. Ernstsen, I.E. Woodrow, K.A. Mott...................117-125

Screening of chlorina mutants of barley (Hordeum
vulgare L.) with antibodies against light-harvesting
proteins of PS I and PS II:  Absence of specific
antenna proteins.
B. Bossmann, J. Knoetzel, S. Jansson...................127-136

Isolation and pigment composition of the antenna
system of four species of green sulfur bacteria.
C. Francke, J. Amesz...................................137-146

Donor side capacity of Photosystem II probed by
chlorophyll a fluorescence transients.
B.J. Strasser..........................................147-155

Antenna organization in the Rhodopseudomonas acidophila
studied by fluorescence induction.
C.J. Law, R.J. Cogdell, H.-W. Trissl...................157-165

High-resolution solid-state 13C NMR of the LH1 from
Rhodospirillum rubrum.
K. Yoza, Z.-Y. Wang, M. Kobayashi, T. Nozawa...........167-173

Historical corner

Carotenoid-sensitized photosynthesis: Quantum
efficiency, fluorescence and energy transfer.
H.J. Dutton............................................175-185







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