Contents: Photosynthesis Reseach Special Issue, 38:3 Dec. 1993

Larry Orr (PSRES at ASUCHM.LA.ASU.EDU) PSRES at ASUCHM.LA.ASU.EDU
Fri Jan 21 02:39:24 EST 1994


PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH  Vol. 38:3   December 1993

SPECIAL ISSUE:  How Plants and Cyanobacteria Make Oxygen: 
                25 Years of Period Four Oscillations

GUEST EDITORS:  Gernot Renger and Govindjee



DEDICATION

In appreciation of Bessel Kok.....................211-213
Govindjee, G. Renger


PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE

Earlier researches on the mechanism of oxygen evolution:  
A personal account................................214-223
P. Joliot


HISTORICAL CORNER

A recollection of the development of the Kok-Joliot model 
for photosynthetic oxygen evolution...............225-227
G. M. Cheniae


MINIREVIEWS

Water cleavage by solar radiation -- an inspiring 
challenge of photosynthesis research..............229-247
G. Renger

Photosynthetic water oxidation:  The protein 
framework.........................................249-263
W. F. J. Vermaas, S. Styring, W. P. Schroder, 
B. Andersson

Perspective on the structure of the photosynthetic oxygen 
evolving manganese complex and its relation to the Kok 
cycle.............................................265-277
M. P. Klein, K. Sauer, V. K. Yachandra

Proton release during the redox cycle of the water 
oxidase...........................................279-296
J. Lavergne, W, Junge

Kok's oxygen clock:  What makes it tick?  The structure 
of P680 and consequences of its oxidizing power...297-301
H. J. van Gorkom, J. P. M. Schelvis


REGULAR PAPERS

MODEL SYSTEMS

The effect of protonation on [Mn(IV)(u2-O)]2 
complexes.........................................303-308
M. J. Baldwin, A. Gelasco, V. L. Pecoraro


STRUCTURE AND MECHANISM OF WATER OXIDIZING COMPLEX

High misses after odd flashes in oxygen evolution on 
thoroughly dark-adapted thylakoids from pea and 
Chenopodium album.................................309-314
J. D. Naber, J. J. S. van Rensen, Govindjee

Kinetic factors in the bicycle model of oxygen evolution 
by Photosystem II.................................315-321
V. P. Shinkarev, C. A. Wraight

Absorbance difference spectra of the S-state transitions 
in Photosystem II core particles..................323-330
P. J. can Leeuwen, C. Heimann, H. J. van Gorkom

Manganese K-edge X-ray absorption spectra of the 
cyclic S-states in the photosynthetic oxygen-
evolving system...................................331-339
M. Kusunoki, T. Ono, T. Noguchi, Y. Inoue, H. Oyanagi

Spectroscopic studies of the manganese complex of 
Photosystem II....................................341-346
J. H. A. Nugent, D. J. MacLachlan, S. E. J. Rigby, 
M . C. W. Evans

NMR paramagnetic relaxation enhancements due to 
manganese in the S0 and S2 states of Photosystem II-
enriched membrane fragments and in the detergent-
solubilized Photosystem II complex................347-354
J. -M. Bovet, E. -J. Park, R. R. Sharp

A mass spectrometric analysis of the water-splitting 
reaction..........................................355-361
K. P. Bader, G. Renger, G. H. Schmid

Functional size of Photosystem II determined by 
radiation inactivation............................363-368
J. Whitmarsh, H. -J. Eckert, C. Schoneich, 
G. Renger


PROTEIN MATRIX AND COFACTORS OF THE WATER OXIDIZING 
COMPLEX

Characterization of the psbK locus of Synechocystis 
sp. PCC 6803 in terms of Photosystem II function..369-377
Z. -H. Zhang, S. R. Mayes, I. Vass, L. Nagy, 
J. Barber

Analytical procedures for the quantification of isotopic 
amino acid incorporation into photosynthetic proteins of 
Synechocystis PCC 6803............................379-386
N. R. Bowlby, M. Espe, R. Bhatnagar, J. Wang, 
C. Hoganson. L. McIntosh, G. T. Babcock

The primary structure of D1 near the QB pocket influences 
oxygen evolution..................................387-394
A. -L. Etienne, D. Kirilovsky

Thermoluminescence properties of the S2-state in 
chloride-depleted water oxidizing complexes after 
reconstituting treatments with various monovalent 
anions............................................395-400
P. H. Homann

Studies of the slowly exchanging chloride in Photosystem 
II of higher plants...............................401-408
K. Lindberg, T. Vangard, L. -E. Andresasson


MODIFIED REACTION PATHWAY--PEROXIDE FORMATION AND 
CATALASE ACTIVITY	

Photoproduction of hydrogen peroxide in Photosys-
tem II membrane fragments:  A comparison of 
four signals......................................409-416
V. Klimov, G. Ananyev, O. Zastryzhnaya, T. Wydrynski, 
G. Renger

Increases in peroxide formation by the Photo-
system II oxygen evolving reactions upon removal 
of the extrinsic 16, 22 and 33 kDa proteins 
are reversed by CaCl2.............................417-423
W. Hiller, T. Wydrzynski

Slow oxygen release on the first two flashes in 
chemically stressed Photosystem II membrane fragments 
results from hydrogen peroxide oxidation..........425-431
S. Taoka, P. A. Jursinic, M. Seibert

Inhibition of the catalase reaction of Photosystem II 
by anions.........................................433-440
J. Mano, K. Kawamoto, G. C. Dismukes, K. Asada


INHIBITION OF THE WATER OXIDIZING COMPLEX AND OTHER 
EFFECTS

Chemical oxidation and reduction of the O2-evolution 
center in Photosystem II..........................441-448
C. Lin, G. W. Brudvig

Characterization of inhibitory effects of NH2OH and its 
N-methyl derivatives on the O2-evolving complex of 
Photosystem II....................................449-453
R. Mei, C. Yocum

Inactivation of photosynthetic oxygen evolution by UV-B 
irradiation:  A thermoluminescence study..........455-462
E. Hideg, L. Sass, R. Barbato, I. Vass

Cobalt chloride induced stimulation of Photo-
system II electron transport in Synechocystis 
sp. PCC 6803 cells................................463-469
S. Tiwari, P. Mohanty

Contents Volume 38..................................471

Author Index Volume 38..............................475

Instructions for Authors............................477
 
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