Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 58 No. 1 October 1998

Chris Burns psres at asu.edu
Wed Dec 9 18:37:36 EST 1998


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Contents Volume 58 No. 1 October 1998


Obituary:  Seikichi Izawa

S.
Berg.....................................................................1-4


Minireviews


Protochlorophyllide photoreduction.

N. Lebedev, M.P. Timko...........................................5-23


Diurnal rhythms in metabolism: A day in the

life of a unicellular, diazotrophic cyanobacterium.

L.A. Sherman, P. Meunier, M.S. Colon-Lopez...........25-42


Regular papers


Combined fluorescence and photovoltage studies

on chlorosome containing bacteria.

I. Whole cells of Chloroflexus aurantiacus.

K.A. Schmidt, H.-W. Trissl......................................43-55


Combined fluorescence and photovoltage studies

on chlorosome containing bacteria.

II. Whole cells and chlorosome-depleted

membranes of Chlorobium limicola.

K.A. Schmidt, H.-W. Trissl......................................57-70


Analysis of the chlorophyll biosynthetic system in

a chlorophyll b-less barley mutant.

A.B. Rudoi, R.A. Shcherbakov..................................71-80


Studies of the location and function of isoprenoid

quinones in chlorosomes from green sulfur bacteria.

N.-U. Frigaard, K. Matsuura, M. Hirota, M. Miller,

R.P.
Cox.................................................................81-90


CO2 and O2 dependence of PS II activity in C4

plants having genetically produced deficiences in

the C3 or C4 cycle.

J.P. Maroco, M.S.B. Ku, R.T. Furbank, P.J. Lea,

R.C. Leegood, G.E. Edwards...................................91-101


Technical communication


Measurements of the CO2/O2 specificity of

ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase

by 31P- and 1H-NMR.

Z.-Y. Wang, S. Luo, K. Sato, M. Kobayashi,

T.
Nozawa............................................................103-109






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