Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 55 No. 1 January 1998

Chris Burns psres at asu.edu
Wed Mar 25 10:53:26 EST 1998


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Contents Volume 55 No. 1 January 1998



Personal perspective/Minireview


Three decades of research in bacterial photosynthesis

and the road leading to it:  A personal account.

G. Feher..........................................................1-40


Regular Papers


Comparative investigation of the appearance of

primary chlorophyllide forms in etiolated leaves,

prolamellar bodies and prothylakoids.

O. Belyaeva, C. Sundqvist................................41-48


The spectroscopic and photochemical properties

of locked-15,15'-cis-spheroidene in solution and

incorporated into the reaction center of

Rhodobacter sphaeroides R-26.1.

J.A. Bautista, V. Chynwat, A. Cua, F.J. Jansen,

J. Lugtenburg, D. Gosztola, M.R. Wasielewski,

H.A. Frank......................................................49-65


Formation of the tight-binding inhibitor,

3-ketoarabinitol-1,5-bisphosphate by

ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase

is O2-dependent.

G. Zhu, H.J. Bohnert, R.G. Jensen,

G.F. Wildner...................................................67-74


New domain-locking disulfide in a bacterial

malate dehydrogenase strengthens proposed

mechanism for reductive activation of the

chloroplast enzyme.

E.H. Muslin, F.J. Stevens, L.E. Anderson............75-82


Evidence for an O2-barrier in the light-

harvesting chlorophyll-a/b-protein complex

LHC II.

D. Siefermann-Harms, A. Angerhofer.................83-94


On the long-wavelength spectral forms of

chlorophyll a in Photosystem I:  Spectroscopic

 and immunological investigations on a greening

mutant of the green alga Scenedesmus obliquus.

H. Schiller, M. Huhn, H. Dau............................95-107


Chlorosome development in Chloroflexus

aurantiacus.

M. Foidl, J.R. Golecki, J. Oelze......................109-114


Conference Announcement...................................115




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