Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 56 No. 2 May 1998

Chris Burns psres at asu.edu
Tue Aug 4 11:12:42 EST 1998


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Contents Volume 56 No. 2  May 1998


Inhibition of cytochrome b563-oxidation by triorganotins

 in spinach chloroplasts.

C. Klughammer, S. Heimann, U.
Schreiber............................117-130


Isolation and characterization of Photosystem I from two

strains of the marine oxychlorobacterium Prochlorococcus.

L. Garczarek, G.W.M. van der Staay, J.C. Thomas,

F.
Partensky..................................................................131-1
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Nonstructural carbohydrates of soybean plants grown in

subambient and superambient levels of CO2.

L.H. Allen Jr., E.C. Bisbal, K.J.
Boote.................................143-155


The structure and function of the 33 kDa extrinsic protein

of Photosystem II:  A critical assessment.

T.M. Bricker, L.K.
Frankel................................................157-173


Photosystem-II repair and chloroplast recovery from

irradiance stress:  Relationship between chronic

photoinhibition, light-harvesting chlorophyll antenna size

and photosynthetic productivity in Dunaliella salina (green algae).

J. Neidhardt, J.R. Benemann, L. Zhang, A.
Melis.....................175-184


Estimating the contribution of Photosystem I to total leaf

chlorophyll fluorescence.

E.
Pfundel.....................................................................185-
195


Excitation energy transfer in thylakoid membranes from

Chlamydomonas reinhardtii lacking chlorophyll b and

with mutant Photosystem I.

A.N. Melkozernov, H. Su, A.N. Webber, R.E. Blankenship.........197-207


Adjustment of thylakoid plastoquinone content and

Photosystem I electron donor pool size in response to

growth temperature and growth irradiance in winter rye

(Secale cereale L.).

G.R. Gray, A.G. Ivanov, M. Krol, N.P.A.
Huner.....................209-221


Technical communication


Measurement of photosynthetic oxygen evolution with a new

type of oxygen sensor.

E. Tyystjarvi, J. Karunen, H.
Lemmetyinen..............................223-227


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