Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 58 No. 3 December 1998

Chris Burns psres at asu.edu
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Contents Volume 58 No. 3 December 1998


Regular Papers


Leaf anthocyanin content changes in Zea mays L. grown

at low temperature:  Significance for the relationship

between the quantum yield of PS II and the apparent

quantum yield of CO2 assimilation.

F. Pietrini, A.
Massacci..........................................213-219


Location of the redox-active cysteines in chloroplast

sedoheptulose-1,7-bisphosphatase indicates that its

allosteric regulation is similar but not identical to

that of fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase.

R.P. Dunford, M.C. Durrant, M.A. Catley,

T.A.
Dyer.............................................................221-230


Simultaneous detection of spin-coupled and decoupled

 QA- EPR-signals in Photosystem II complexes isolated

with isoelectric focusing.

P. Geijer, S. Peterson, U. Harndahl, S. Styring,

C.
Sundby...............................................................231-243


Relationship between thylakoid electron transport and

photosynthetic CO2 uptake in leaves of three maize

(Zea mays L.) hybrids.

H.J. Earl, M.
Tollenaar.............................................245-257


Compensatory changes in Photosystem II electron

turnover rates protect photosynthesis from photoinhibition.

M.J. Behrenfeld, O. Prasil, Z.S. Kolber, M. Babin,

 P.G.
Falkowski.......................................................259-268


Thylakoid protein phosphorylation is suppressed

by 'free radical scavengers'.  Correlation between

PS II core protein degradation and thylakoid protein

phosphorylation.

J.H. Georgakopoulos, J.H. Argyroudi-Akoyunoglou.....269-280


CO2 gas exchange and phosphoenolpyruvate

carboxylase activity in leaves of Zea mays L.

M. Pfeffer, M.
Peisker...............................................281-291


Studies on photoacoustic uptake signals in tobacco

leaves under high carbon dioxide levels.

M. Havaux, S.
Malkin................................................293-302


Technical Communication


Picosecond laser-fluorometer with simultaneous time

and wavelength resolution for monitoring decay

spectra of photoinhibited Photosystem II particles

at 277 K and 10 K.

A. Bergmann, H.-J. Eichler, H.-J. Eckert,

G.
Renger................................................................303-310



Book Review....311-313

Contents Volume 58....315-317

Author Index Volume 58....318

Instructions for authors....319-324



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