Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 54 No. 3 December 1997

Chris Burns psres at asu.edu
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Photosynthesis Research
Contents Volume 54 No. 3 December 1997


Obituary:  Noun Shavit
C. Aflalo, H. Baum, D.M. Chipman, R.E. McCarty, H. Strotmann
............................................................165-167

Regular Papers

The effects of elevated light on Photosystem II function:
A thermoluminescence study.
R.G. Walters, G.N. Johnson..................................169-183

Identification of potential inter-domain disulfides in
three higher plant mitochondrial citrate synthases:
Paradoxical differences in redox-sensitivity as compared
with the animal enzyme.
F.J. Stevens, A.D. Li, S.S. Lateef, L.E. Anderso............185-197

Influence of increasing carbon dioxide concentration on the
photosynthetic and growth stimulation of selected C4 crops
and weeds.
L.H. Ziska, J.A. Bunce......................................199-208

Foliar CO2 photoassimilation and chloroplast linear electron
transport rates in nitrogen-sufficient and nitrogen-limited
soybean plants.
J. M. Robinson, K.O. Burkey.................................209-217

Phototrophic growth and chlorosome formation in
Chloroflexus aurantiacus under conditions of carotenoid
deficiency.
M. Foidl, J.R. Golecki, J. Oelze............................219-226

Expression of ELIPs and PS II-S protein in spinach during
acclimative reduction of the Photosystem II antenna in
response to increased light intensities.
M. Lindahl, C. Funk, J. Webster, S. Bingsmark, I. Adamska,
B. Andersson................................................227-236

Letter to the Editor

Determination of the quenching efficiency of the oxidized
primary donor or Photosystem I, P700+:  Implications for the
trapping mechanism.
H.-W. Trissl................................................237-240



Contents Volume 54..........................................241-243

Author index Volume 54..........................................244

Instructions for Authors....................................245-249








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