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Auteur: J. Biggins
Titel: Progress in Photosynthesis Research - Volume 4 Proceedings of the VIIth International Congress on Photosynthesis Providence, Rhode Island, USA, August 10–15, 1986
Uitgeverij: Springer; Springer Netherland
826 Bladzijden
Verschijningsjaar: 1986-12-31
Dordrecht; NL
Gewicht: 5,845 kg
Taal: Engels
1.604,99 € (DE)
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BB; Book; Hardcover, Softcover / Biologie/Biochemie, Biophysik; Biochemie; Verstehen; Chloroplast; Lipid; Oxidation; enzymes; proteins; C; Biochemistry, general; Biochemistry; Biomedical and Life Sciences; BC; EA

to Volume II.- 1. Components and Pigment-protein Complexes a) b) c) d).- Structural Principles of the Antenna System of Photosynthetic Organisms.- The Molecular Size of Photosynthetic Membrane Protein Complexes.- Structural Studies on the Light-harvesting Polypeptides of RP. Acidophila.- Localization and Comparative Chemical Activity of SH-groups of the Subunits in the Reaction Centers from Rhodopseudomonas Sphaeroides R-26.- Topological Studies on the Light-harvesting-pigment-protein-complexes in the Membrane of Rhodospirillum Rubrum.- Preparation of Subunit Forms of the Light-harvesting Complex of Rhodospirillum Rubrum.- Chemical Modification of Tryptophans and Lysines in the B880 Light-harvesting Protein of Rhodospirillum Rubrum.- Studies of Chloroplast Photosystem I Using Monoclonal Antibodies.- Bound Acceptors of Photosystem I.- Photosystem I Complex of Higher Plants: Purification and Characterization of its Two Chlorophyll-protein Complexes.- Preparation and Properties of Photosystem-1 Reaction Center Complex.- The Organization of the Fe-S Acceptors of Photosystem 1.- Analysis of Isolated PS I Polypeptides for Acid Labile Sulfide.- Effects of Mercurials on Iron-sulfur Centers of Photosystem I of Anacystis Nidulans.- Light-harvesting Chlorophyll-proteins of Barley Photosystem I.- Measurement of the Optical Cross Section of Photosystem I in Chlorella.- Isolation of a Photosystem II Reaction Center Consisting of ? and ? Subunits (D-1 and D-2) and Cytochrome b-559.- Quantitation of Plastoquinone and Functional Electron Carriers in the Photosystem II Reaction Center Complex.- Identification of QA-, QB- and Manganese-carrying Subunit Polypeptides of Synechococcus Photosystem II Reaction Center Complex.- The Organisation of Photosystem II Chlorophyll-proteins.- Phosphorylated Polypeptides of the Photosystem 2 Core Complex.- Stoichiometry and Turnover Rates of Photosystem 2 Core Polypeptides of the Halotolerant Green Alga Dunaliella Salina.- Variable and Conserved Characteristics of Photosystem 2 of Spinach and of the Halotolerant Green Alga Dunalliela Salina.- Organization of Photosystem II Core and Light-harvesting Complexes.- Chemical Composition of Photosystem II Reaction Centers (PSII): Phosphorylation of PSII Polypeptides.- Topology of Polypeptides and Redox Components in PS II and the Cytochrome b/f-complex.- Does the Rapidly Metabolized 32 kDa Protein Carry the Reaction Center of PS II?.- Analysis of Photosystem II Proteins by Two-dimensional Electrophoresis.- The 5 kDa, 10 kDa and 22 kDa Polypeptides of Higher Plant Photosystem II.- Low Molecular Weight Polypeptides in Photosystem II and Protein Dependent Acceptor Requirement for Photosystem II.- Characterization of a Monoclonal Antibody which Reacts with the 49 kDa Polypeptide of Photosystem II from Spinach.- Oxidation Reduction Properties of the Iron (Q400) in PSII in the Cyanobacterium Synechocystis 6714.- Pigment Composition of Pigment-protein Complexes from the Dinoflagellate Gonyaulax Polyedra.- Monoclonal Antibodies to the Light Harvesting Chlorophyll-protein Complex.- Isolation and Immunological Characterization of a Carotenoid-binding Protein from the Cyanobacteria Synechocystis sp. PCC6714 and Anacystis Nidulans R2.- Isolation and Characterization of a Carotenoid-associated Membrane Protein from the Cyanobacterium, Anacystis Nidulans R2.- Structural Principles of Cryptomonad Biliproteins and Cyanobacterial Phycobiliproteins.- Non-hemidiscoidal Phycobilisome in Cyanophytes.- Comparative Immunology of the Phycobilisome Linker Polypeptides.- Structural Studies on Cytochrome b6 and the Rieske FeS-center.- Large-scale Isolation of Cytochrome b6/f Complex from Spinach Chloroplasts.- Isolation and Characterization of the Qbc-complex from the Thermophilic Cyanobacterium Synechococcus 6716.- Photosynthetic Pigment Organization in Membranes of Eucaryotic Plants.- Organization of the Photosynthetic Apparatus in Macrocystis Pyrifera.- Pigment-protein Complexes and Light Harvesting in Eustigmatophyte Algae.- Immunological Studies on the Chlorophyll a + b Antenna Complexes of Photosystem I and Photosystem II.- Large-scale Preparation of Highly Purified Chloroplast Lipids for Liposome Permeability Studies.- The Association between Galactolipids and Chlorophyll-protein Complexes.- Galactosyltransferase Activities in Intact Spinach Chloroplasts and Envelope Membrane Involvement of Galactolipid: Galactolipid Galactosyltransferase.- Characterization of Galactosyltransferases in Spinach Chloroplast Envelope Membranes UDPGal-dependent and -independent Galactolipid Synthesis.- Effects of Monogalactosyldiacylglycerol (MGDG) Depletion on Photosynthetic Activities in Oat Thylakoid Membranes.- Galactolipids and Thylakoid Intramembrane Particles.- Reconstitution of Functional Phycobilisome-thylakoid Association in Cyanobacteria.- Molecular Organization of the Inner Etioplast Membranes.- Surface Properties of the Prolamellar Body Membrane.- 2. Stoichiometry of the Photosystem I and Photosystem II.- P700 Spectra and Concentrations in Several Plants and a Cyanobacterium.- Recovery Time of Physiologically Inactive Photosystem II Reaction Centers Measured by the Elecrochromic Absorbance Change at 515nm.- Identification of Photosystem II Centers Inactive in Plastoquinone Reduction.- Photosystem Stoichiometry in Higher Plant Chloroplasts.- Cause and Effect Relationship between Environmental Conditions and Photosystem Stoichiometry in Synechococcus 6301.- Differential Phosphorylation of Thylakoid Membrane Polypeptides During Chloroplast Adaptation to Light Quality.- The Physiological Significance of Thylakoid Membrane Protein Phosphorylation.- Development of the Light-harvesting Antenna of the Photosystems in Chlorophyll-b Deficient Mutants.- Comparative Studies on the Light Absorption Capacity of Photosystem II and Photosystem I.- 3. Lateral Heterogeneity and Stacking.- An Analysis of the Salt-induced Rise of Chlorphyll Fluorescence to Investigate Ion-specific Effects between and within Valency Groups.- Differential Thylakoid Membrane Stacking in Mangrove and Spinach.- The Role of LHCII in Thylakoid Membranes.- Subfractionation of Inside-out Thylakoid Vesicles-preparation of Pure Photosystem II Particles without Using Detergent.- Composition of the Marginal Regions of Thylakoid Membranes.- Effect of Divalent Cations on the Aging of Wheat Chloroplasts.- 4. Localization of Membrane Components.- Cytochrome f Exists as Two Functionally Separate Pools in Pea Thylakoid Membranes.- Structural Identification of the Oxygen-evolving Apparatus on the Lumenal Surface of Freeze-etched Thylakoid Membranes.- Lateral Distribution of the Photosystem I Complex between the Appressed and Non-appressed Regions of Spinach Thylakoid Membranes: An Immunocytochemical Study.- Differential Solubilization of the Integral Electron Transport Complexes from the Thylakoid Membrane of Spinach Chloroplasts. Localization of Photosystem I, Photosystem II and the Cytochrome b6-f Complex.- Immunogold Localization of the Phycobiliprotein of a Cryptophyte Alga to the Intrathylakoidal Space.- Immunogold Labeling of Thylakoid Membranes.- Assignments of Stroma-exposed PSII Proteins after Two-dimensional Electrophoresis Using Affinity Purified Polyclonal Antibodies.- Determination of the Insideout to Rightsideout Ratio of: 1) Thylakoids Exposed to Phase Partition, 2) Thylakoids Washed with EDTA, and 3) Detergent Derived PSII Membranes.- Localization of the B6/F Complex by Freeze-fracture Analysis of the Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii and Chlorella Sorokiniana Mutants Lacking in this Complex.- Immunocytochemical Studies on the Organization of Thylakoid Membrane Proteins.- Collapse Mechanism of Some Carotenoid Monomolecular Films-membrane Model.- 5. Effects of Environmental Changes and Growth Conditions.- Effect of Daylength on Thylakoid Composition and Ultrastructure in Brassica Rapa ssp. Oleifera.- Adaptation of Barley Thylakoid Membranes to Changing Light Intensity.- Pigment-protein Complexes of Algal Thylakoid Membranes: Variations in Pattern, Pigment Composition and Reaction Centre II Types During the Cell Cycle of Chlorella Fusca and after Adaptation to Low Light Intensities.- On the Protective Role of Carotenoids in the PS I Reaction Centre and LHC I Complexes of the Thylakoid Membrane.- Response of Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii Reaction Center Stoichiometry to Light Intensity Variation: A Spectroscopic and LDS-page Analysis.- Effects of Nitrate Nutrition on Chloroplast Composition and Photosynthetic Activities in Wheat.- The Effect of Different Growth Light Intensities on Photo-system II Components.- Changes in Pool Sizes of Photosynthetic Electron Transport Components and Rubisco with Growth Irradiance - Evidence for the Limiting Step in Light Saturated Photosynthesis.- Chlorophyll-protein Complexes Changes Associated with Chloroplast Development in a Virescent Pewtunia Hybrida Mutant.- Altered Photosynthetic Pigment Complements in Mutants of the Cyanobacterium Synechococcus Sp. spp 7002.- Characterization of a Novel Chlorophyll-binding Component of Cyanobacterial Thylakoids.- Some Aspects of Altered Structure and Functioning of the Photosynthetic Apparatus in Phytochrome-less Mutants of Tomato.- 6. Quinone Acceptors.- Some Functional Characteristics of Reaction Centers from Rhodopseudomonas Viridis.- Herbicide-resistant Reaction Center Mutants of Rhodopseudomonas Viridis.- Light Induced Proton Binding-unbinding Dynamics in Reaction Centers from Rhodobacter Sphaeroides.- An Inhibitor-resistant Mutant Impaired in Ubiquinol Oxidation in the Ubiquinol Cytochrome C2 Oxidoreductase of Rhodobacter Capsulatus.- Stigmatellin and Other Electron Transfer Inhibitors as Probes for the QB Binding Site in the Reaction Center of Photosynthetic Bacteria.- Q Pool Interactions in the Reaction Center-cytochrome bc1 Complex Hybrid Proteoliposome System.- Reconstitution of Subunits LM of the Reaction Center from Rhodopseudomonas Sphaeroides into Liposomes.- Covalent Binding of Halogen Substituted 1,4-quinones to Proteins of the Thylakoid Membrane.- Competition of Inhibitors with the Secondary Quinone in Dark Adapted Thylakoid Membranes.- Kinetics of the Changes in Oxidation-reduction States of the Acceptors and Donors of Photosystem II in Pea Thylakiods Measured by Flash Fluorescence.- The Effect of pH and Flash Frequency on Electron Transfer through the Quinone Acceptor Complex of PS II in Bicarbonate Depleted or Anion Inhibited Thylakoid Membranes.- Manipulations of the Pool Characteristics of the Quinone Electron Donor and Acceptor to Ubiquinol-cytochrome c Oxidoreductase. Evidence for Redox Contact between the Cytochrome b Hemes.- 7. Cytochromes (b-f) Complex.- Inhibition of Electron Transfer in the Cytochrome b/f Complex by NQNO and DBMIB: Evidence for Two Quinone Binding Sites.- The Electrogenic Reaction and Proton Release During Quinol Oxidation by the Cytochrome b/f Complex.- Electron and Proton Transfer in the Cytochrome bf Complex.- The effect of Pre-reduction of the b-type Cytochromes on Electron Transport through the Cytochrome bf Complex in Chloroplasts..- Studies of the Chloroplast Cytochrome b6-f Complex Incorporated into Liposomes.- The Plastoquinone/Plastoquinol Oxidoreductase Sites of the Chloroplast Cytochrome b/f Complex.- Proposed Alignment of Amino Aeid Sequences for Cytochromes c1 and f and Identification of Putative Binding Sites for Cytochrome c and Plastocyanin.- Quinol Specificity of the Cytochrome b6f-complex - Evidence against a Permanently Bound Plastoquinone Molecule.- On the Trans-membrane Electron Transport Pathway of Cytochrome b6.- The Antimycin-binding Site of Thylakoid Membranes from Chloroplasts.- Inhibition of High Energy State Quenching in Spinach Chloroplasts by Low Concentrations of Antimycin A.- Electron Transfer from Quinol to Cytochrome B-561 is Not Diffusion Limited in the Ubiquinol: Cyt C2 Oxid Oreductase Complex of Rps. Sphaeroides.- Characterization by EPR Spectroscopy of Cytochrome b-562 Isolated from the Cytochrome b-Cj Complex of Rhodopseudomonas Sphaeroides R-26.- 8. Lateral Electron Transport, Connectivity between Photosystems.- Plastoquinol and Plastoquinone Diffusion in Model Membranes.- Temperature Dependence of DF-kinetics and PQ-conductivity.- A Carbon-13 NMR Study of Plastoquinone in Membranes.- Lateral Electron Transport in Thylakoids of Higher Plants.- 9. Plastocyanin.- On the Electron Transfer from Plastocyanin to P700.- Use of Affinity Chromatography to Purify Plastocyanin and Cytochrome f.- The Effect of Ethylenediamine Chemical Modification on the Electron Transport Properties and Redox Potential of Spinach Plastocyanin.- The Effect of pH on the Near UV Circular Dichroic Spectra of Parsley Plastocyanin.- 10. PSI-cyclic Electron Transport.- Ferredoxin-dependent Cyclic Electron Transport and Photophosphorylation.- Cyclic Electron Transport Around Photosystem I in Washed Thylakoids.- Ferredoxin-NADP+ Oxidoreductase: Studies on the Thylakoid Membrane Bound Enzyme.- Inhibitors of Ferredoxin-catalysed Cyclic Photphosphorylation in Chloroplasts.- 11. Inhibition and Environmental Effects.- Photosynthetic Control of Electron Transport in Leaves of Phaseolus Vulgaris: Evidence for Regulation of Photosystem 2 by the Proton Gradient.- Modification of the Redox State of PSII Electron Acceptors In Vivo by Low Levels of Intercellular CO2.- Analysis of the ? and ? Centres of Photosystem II, in Presence of Atrazine and TMPD.- Senescence of Chloroplasts in Fern Leaves.- The Role of Cu in the Regulation of the Photosynthetic Electron Flow.- Copper in Photosystem II.- Inhibition of the Photosynthetic Electron Transport of Isolated Chloroplasts by Hemolyzed Rabbit Sera.- Effect of Dimethylaminoethyl p-chlorophenoxyacetate (Centrophenoxine) on Chloroplast Electron Transport Activity.- Effect of Resorcinols on Electron Transport in Pea Chloroplasts.- Ascorbate as a Pro-oxidant and an Anti-oxidant During a Mehler Reaction.- Effects of Deuterium Oxide on Photosynthetic Light Reactions.- Senescence and Heat Stress Induced Alterations of Photosynthetic Electron Transport.- Oscillation in Photosystem II Activity of Chloroplasts Isolated from Dark Adapted Wheat Seedlings.- Diurnal Changes in Electron Transport Capacity in Pea Tylakoids.- 12. General Aspects.- Modelling of Photosynthetic Energy Conversion I Description and Basic Principles of the Model.- Modelling of Photosynthetic Energy Conversion II. Charge Separation and Secondary Electron Flow.- Modelling of Photosynthetic Energy Conversion III. Electrochemical Events at the Membrane.- Photoacoustic Action Spectra of Bundle-sheath Cells of Zea Mays.- Photoacoustic Study of Photosynthetic Activity in Bundle-sheath Cells of Zea Mays.- Sulfide-dependent Electron Transport in Thylakoids from the Cyanobacterium Oscillatoria Limnetica.- Energetics of Hydrogen Recycling in Nitrogen-fixing Cyanobacteria.- Photosynthesis, Nitrogen Fixation, Ammonia Photoproduction and Structure of Anabaena Azollae Immobilized in Natural and Artificial Systems.- Sustained Ammonia Production by Immobilized Cyanobacteria.- Cellular Biochemical Activities and Induction of Synchronous Growth in a Unicellular Aerobic Nitrogen-fixing Cyanobacterium, Synechococcus Sp. Strain Miami BG 043511.- Inhibition of Respiration by Short Saturating Flashes in Chlamydomonas: Evidence for a Chlororespiration.- Studies on the Linking of Photosynthetic and Respiratory Electron Transport Chains and Phosphorylation.- Cytochrome Oxidase of Photosynthetically Grown Rhodopseudomonas Sphaeroides.- A Portable Double-flash Spectrophotometer for Measuring the Kinetics of Electron Transport Components in Intact Leaves.- 13. Higher Plants.- Dynamic Aspects on the Organization of the Thylakoid Membrane.- Different Polypeptide Composition of the Peripheral and Tightly Bound Subpopulations of LHCII.- Interplay between Environmental and Metabolic Factors in the Regulation of Electron Transport in Higher Plants.- The Importance of Membrane Surface Electrical Charge on the Regulation of Photosynthetic Electron Transport by Reversible Protein Phosphorylation.- A Light-sensitive Photoregulatory Mutant in Maize Deficient in LHCI and the ‘Mobile’ Chlorophyll a/b LHCII.- Immunolocalization of the CHL a/b-light Harvesting Complex and CP29 under Conditions Favoring Phosphorylation and Dephosphorylation of Thylakoid Membranes (State 1-State 2 Transitions).- Comparison between the Effects of Cations, State I-State II Transitions and Protein-phosphorylation on LifeTime Components of Chlorophyll Fluorescence.- Does a Correlation between the Xanthophyll Cycle and State 1-State 2 Changes Exist?.- Altered Lipid Matrix Changes Energy Distribution in Thylakoids.- Energy Pipeline Model of the Photosynthetic Apparatus.- Influence of Thylakoid Protein Phosphorylation on PS I Dependent Photophosphorylation and on Electron Transport.- The Kinetics of Phosphorylation of the Light Harvesting Chlorophyll a/b Protein and Associated Changes in Photosystem Cross Section and Energy Spillover.- Reversal Movement of Sub-population of Light Harvesting Chlorophyll Protein Complexes LHC-II and LHC-I between Grana and Stroma Lamellae under Different Conditions.- A Possible Redistribution of Excitation Energy in Spinach Chloroplasts Due to Nitrite Ions.- Effect of Light State Transitions on the Apparent Absorption Cross Section of Photosystem II in Chlorella.- Multiple Effects of Trypsin- and Heat-treatments on the Ultrastructure and Surface Charge Density of Pea Chloroplast Membranes. Influence on P700+ Parameters.- Steady-state Kinetics of Chlorophyll-fluorescence and Light Scattering.- Extreme Changes in the Distribution of Excitation Energy in the Photochemical Apparatus of Intact Leaves Induced by Progressive Heat Stress.- Environmental Control of Photosynthetic Enhancement in Palisade Mesophyll Chloroplasts Measured by Photoacoustic Spectroscopy.- 14. Organisms Containing Phycobilins.- Regulation of Photosynthetic Unit Function by Protein Phosphorylation.- The 18.5 kDa Phosphoprotein of the Cyanobacterium Synechococcus 6301: A Component of the Phycobilisome.- State 1-State 2 Transitions in Synechococcus 6301 are Influenced by Respiratory Electron Flow; Evidence for the Control of Excitation Energy Distribution by the Redox Level of Plastoquinone in Cyanobacteria..- Control of State 1-State 2 Transitions in the Blue-green Alga Nostoc Muscorum.- The Relationships Between Protein Kinase Activity and Chlorophyll a Fluoresence Changes in Thylakoids from the Cyanobacterium Synechococcus 6301.- Excitation Energy Transfer in Cryptomonas Ovata. Preillumination Dependent Changes in 77K Picosecond Time Resolved Fluorescence Emission Spectra.- Excitation Energy Redistribution in Cryptomonas Ovata.- Functional Interactions of Anions and Cations with the Outer Surface of Intact Thylakoids: Studies with the Blue-green Bacterium Anacystis Nidulans.- Effect of Growth Temperature on Membrane Properties in a Thermophilic Cyanobacterium (Synechococcus Sp.).- Increased Energy Transfer from the Phycobilisomes to Photosystem II in High Light Adapted Anabaena Cylindrica.- 15. Membrane Protein Kinases.- Purification and Characterization of a Thylakoid Protein Kinase.- Reconstitution of LHC Phosphorylation by a Protein Kinase Isolated from Spinach Thylakoids.- Identification of Phosphorylated Reaction Center Polypeptides in Thylakoids of Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii and Pisum Sativum.- The Sensitivity of Pisum Sativum Thylakoid Membrane Protein Kinase Activity to Inhibitors, Detergents and Heating.- Index of names.

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