Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 59 No. 2-3 February/March 1999

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Contents Volume 59 No. 2-3 February/March 1999


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Subunit control of Rubisco biosynthesis - a relic of an

endosymbiotic past?

S.
Rodermel.............................................................105-123


Regular Papers


Light-induced and osmotically-induced changes in

chlorophyll a fluorescence in two Synechocystic sp.

PCC 6803 strains that differ in membrane lipid

unsaturation.

G.C. Papageorgiou, Govindjee, R. Govindjee, M. Mimuro,

K. Stamatakis, A. Alygizaki-Zorba, N. Murata..............125-136


The epsilon subunit of the chloroplast ATP synthase of

Pisum sativum.

N.M. Buckley, J.A. Cruz, W.S. Cohen, R.E. McCarty....137-145


Electron transfer between cytochrome c2 and the

tetraheme cytochrome c in Rhodopseucdomonas viridis.

J.M. Ortega, F. Drepper, P.
Mathis...............................147-157


Light intensity effects on pigment composition and

organisation in the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium

tepidum.

C.M. Borrego, P.D. Gerola, M. Miller, R.P. Cox............159-166


Hg2+, Cu2+, and Pb2+-induced changes in Photosystem II

  photochemical yield and energy storage in isolated thylakoid

  membranes:  A study using simultaneous fluorescence and

photoacoustic measurements.

N. Boucher, R.
Carpentier.............................................167-174


Light-induced excitation quenching and structural

transition in light-harvesting complex II.

W.I. Gruszecki, W. Grudzinski, M. Matula, P. Kernen,

Z.
Krupa................................................................. 
.....175-185


Feedback inhibition of photosynthesis in rice measured by

O2 dependent transients.

J. Sun, G.E. Edwards, T.W.
Okita...................................187-200


Dependence of catalase phtoinactivation in rye leaves on

light intensity and quality and characterization of a

chloroplast-mediated inactivation in red light.

W. Shang, J.
Feierabend..................................................201-213


The role of ascorbate in the protection of thylakoids

against photoinactivation.

G. Forti, R.P. Barbagallo, B.
Inversini..............................215-222


Effects of mutagenesis on the detailed structure of

spheroidenone in the Rhodobacter sphaeroides reaction

centre examined by resonance Raman spectroscopy.

A. Gall, J.P. Ridge, B. Robert, R.J. Cogdell, M.R. Jones,

P.K.
Fyfe.................................................................. 
.....223-230


Evidence for spactially separate bacteriochlorophyll c and

bacteriochlorphyll d pools within the chlorosomal aggregate

of the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium limicola.

D.B. Steensgaard, C.A. van Walree, L. Baneras,

C.M. Borrego, J. Garcia-Gill, A.R.
Holzwarth....................231-241


Electron transfer between the spinach plastocyanin mutant

Leu12His and Photosystem I.

K.
Sigfridsson........................................................... 
.......243-247


Historical corner


On the requirement of minimum number of four versus

eight quanta of light for the evolution of one molecule of

oxygen in photosynthesis:  A historical note.

Govindjee............................................................. 
..........249-254


Letter to the editor


Nomemclature of metal-substituted (bacterio)chlorophylls

in natural photosynthesis:  Metal-(bacterio)chlorophyll and

M-(B)Chl.

S. Takaichi, N. Wakao, A. Hiraishi, S. Itoh, K. Shimada....255-256


Book
review..................................................................257-258



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