Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 52 No. 3 June 1997

Chris Burns psres at asu.edu
Thu Sep 25 10:53:48 EST 1997


Photosynthesis Research
Contents Volume 52 No. 3 June 1997

Regular papers

Electron flow accompanying the ascorbate
peroxidase cycle in maize mesophyll chloroplasts
and its cooperation with linear electron flow
to NADP+ and cyclic electron flow in thylakoid
membrane energization.
B. Ivanov, G.E. Edwards..........................187-198

Acceptor side photoinhibition in PS II:
On the possible effects of the functional
integrity of the PS II donor side on
photoinhibition of stable charge separation.
A. Napiwotzki, A. Bergmann, K. Decker,
H. Legall, H.-J. Eckert, H.-J. Eichler,
G. Renger........................................199-213

A Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic
study of the effects of hydrogen peroxide
and high light on protein conformations
of Photosystem II.
H. Zhang, Y. Yamamoto, Y. Ishikawa, W. Zhang,
G. Fischer, T. Wydrzynski........................215-223

Pressure effects on absorption spectra of
the isolated reaction center of Photosystem II.
B. Gall, A. Ellervee, M. Tars, H. Scheer,
A. Freiberg......................................225-231

Over-expression of chloroplast-targeted Mn
superoxide dismutase in cotton (Gossypium
hirsutum L., cv. Coker 312) does not alter
the reduction of photosynthesis after short
exposures to low temperature and high light
intensity.
P. Payton, R.D. Allen, N. Trolinder,
A.S. Holaday.....................................233-244

Model studies on the exited state equilibrium
perturbation due to reaction center trapping
in Photosystem I.
R.C. Jennings, G. Zucchelli, R. Croce,
 L. Valkunas. L. Finzi, F.M. Garlaschi...........245-253

Photosynthetic electron transport and
carbon-reduction-cycle enzyme activities
under long-term drought stress in Casuarina
equisetifolia Forst. & Forst.
J. Sanchez-Rodriquez, R. Martinez-Carrasco,
P. Perez.. ......................................255-262

Technical communication

A method for measuring whole plant photosynthesis
in Arabidopsis thaliana.
R.A. Donahue, M.E. Poulson, G.E. Edwards.........263-269







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