Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 56 No. 1 April 1998

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Contents Volume 56 No. 1 April 1998



Regular/hypothesis paper


Unifying model for the photoinactivation of

Photosystem II in vivo under steady-state photosynthesis.

J.M. Anderson, Y.-I. Park, W.S. Chow=8A.................1-13



Regular Papers


Variation in photosynthetic components among

photosynthetically diverse cotton genotypes.

W.T. Pettigrew, R.B. Turley=8A..............................15-25


Reaction mechanism of phosphorlbulokinase from

a cyanobacterium, Synechococcus PCC7942.

A. Wadano, K. Nishikawa, T. Hirahashi, R. Satoh,

T.
Iwaki=8A...........................................................27-33


A study on the relationship between leaf conductance,

 CO2 concentration and carboxylation rate in various

species.

M. Peisker, I. Heinemann, M. Pfeffer=8A.................35-43


Localization of light-induced structural changes in

bacterial photosynthetic reaction centers.

I.A. Smirnova, A. Blomberg, L.-E. Andreasson,

P.
Brzezinski=8A....................................................45-55


Photochemical efficiency of Photosystem II and

xanthophyll cycle components in Zea mays leaves

 exposed to water stress and high light.

K. Saccardy, B. Pineau, O. Roche, G. Cornic=8A......57-66


Leaf expansion, net CO2 uptake, Rubisco activity,

and efficiency of long-term blomass gain for the

common desert subshrub Encelia farinosa.

P.S. Nobel, H. Zhang, R. Sharifi, M. Castaneda,

B. Greenhouse=8A.................................................67-73


Photosynthetic electrogenic events in native membranes

of Chloroflexus aurantiacus.  Flash-induced

displacements in the acceptor quinone complex of

the photosynthetic reaction center.

A.Y. Mulkidjanian, A. Hochkoeppler, D. Zannoni,

L.A. Drachev, B.A. Melandri, G. Venturol............75-82


A comparative study of the terminal stages of

chlorophyll biosynthesis before and after heavy

water (D2O) introduction into greening plant leaves.

N.V. Ignatov, F.F. Litvin=8A..................................83-93







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