Contents Volume 58 No. 2 November 1998

Chris Burns psres at asu.edu
Wed Jan 27 15:02:27 EST 1999


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Research


Contents Volume 58 No. 2 November 1998


A sizeable decrease in the electric conductance of

the thylakoid lumen as an early event during

reaction center and Q cycle turnover.

W.J. Vredenberg, J.F.H. Snel, J.H.A. Dassen................111-121


In situ detection of heavy metal substituted

chlorophylls in water plants.

H. Kupper, F. Kupper, M.
Spiller................................123-133


15-Cis-carotenoids found in the reaction center

of a green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium

tepidum and in the Photosystem I reaction

center of a cyanobacterium Synechococcus

vulcanus.

G.E. Bialek-Bylka, R. Fujii, C.-H. Chen, H. Oh-oka,

A. Kamiesu, K. Satoh, H. Koike, Y. Koyama..................135-142


Reversible phosphorylation and turnover of

the D1 protein under various redox states of

Photosystem II induced by low temperature

photoinhibition.

M. Salonen, E.-M. Aro, E.
Rintamaki.............................143-151


Metabolite control of Sorghum C4

phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase catalytic

activity and phosphorylation state.

N. Bakrim, M. Nhiri, J.-N. Pierre, J.
Vidal......................153-162


Action spectra and functional antenna sizes of

Photosystem I and II in relation to the thylakoid

membrane organization and pigment composition.

V.A.
Boichenko.............................................................163-174


Activation of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate

carboxylase/oxygenase (Rubisco) with

chimeric activase proteins.

B.D. Esau, G.W. Snyder, A.R. Portis,
Jr..........................175-181


Voltammetric measurement of the plastoquinone

redox state in isolated thylakoids.

R.E.
Cleland...................................................................183-19
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Biochemical and spectral characterization of

 the core light harvesting complex 1 (LH1)

from the thermophilic purple sulfur bacterium

Chromatium tepidum.

I. Fathir, M. Ashikaga, K. Tanaka, T. Katano, T. Nirasawa, M.
Kobayashi, Z.-Y. Wang, T. Nozawa.....193-202


Function of plastoquinones B and C as electron

 acceptors in Photosystem II and fatty acid

analysis of plastoquinone B.

J. Kruk, K. Burda, G.H. Schmid, A. Radunz, K. Strzalka....203-209


Corrigendum:  Volume 56:  95-102, 1998....211


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