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Concepts in photobiology : photosynthesis and photomorphogenesis

Author: G S Singhal; et al
Publisher: Boston : Kluwer ; Delhi ; Narosa, ©1999.
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This text brings together various aspects of photosynthesis, biology of pigments, light regulation of chloroplast development, nuclear and chloroplast gene expression, light signal transduction,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G S Singhal; et al
ISBN: 0792355199 9780792355199
OCLC Number: 875656024
Description: XV, 1019 p. ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction to Photobiology: Photosynthesis and Photomorphogenesis; G. Renger, et al. Part A: Photosynthesis. Section I: Basic Principles and Primary Processes. 2. The Photosynthetic Process; J. Whitmarsh, Govindjee. 3. Basic Principles of Photophysics and Photochemistry; G. Renger. 4. Models of the Light Reaction of Photosynthesis; R.G. Seely, G. Tollin. 5. Structure and Function of Phycobilisomes; M. Mimuro, et al. Section II: Photosynthetic Apparatus. 6. Architecture of the Thylakoid Membrane; K.-D. Irrgang. 7. Biology of Photosystem I: Structural Aspects; P. Fromme. 8. Function and Molecular Genetics of Photosystem I; P. Manna, P.R. Chitnis. 9. Polypeptides of Photosystem II: Structure and Function; D.F. Ghanotakis, et al. 10. Mechanism of Photosynthetic Water Cleavage; G. Renger. 11. Synthetic Catalyst for Non-Biological Water Oxidation: Comparison to the Photosynthetic Water Oxidation Complex; W. Ruettinger, G.C. Dismukes. Section III: Photophosphorylation and CO2 Metabolism. 12. The Elctrochemical Properties of the Thylakoid Membrane; J.F.H. Snel, W.I. Vredenberg. 13. Photophosphorylation; H. Strotmann, N. Shavit. 14. Carbon Dioxide Metabolism in Photosynthesis; I.S. Sheoran, R. Singh. Part B: Stress Response. Section IV: Light Stress. 15. Acclimatization of Photosynthesis to the Environment; B.A. Logan, et al. 16. How Higher Plants Respond to Excess Light: Energy Dissipation in Photosystem II; A.M. Gilmore, Govindjee. 17. Photoregulation and Photoprotection of the Photosystem II Reaction Centre Heterodimer; I.S. Booij, et al. 18. Molecular Adaptation to Irradiance: The Dual Functionality of Photosystem II; C. Critchley. 19. UV-Effects on Plants; M. Tevini. Section V: Other Stress Factors. 20. Elevated Temperature Stress Effects on Photosystems: Characterization and Evaluation of the Nature of Heat-Induced Impairments; N.G. Bukhov, P.K. Mohanty. 21. Salt Tolerance Engineering -- Which Are the Essential Mechanisms; H.J. Bohnert, et al. 22. Oxidative Stress in Photodynamic Herbicidal Action of 5-aminolevulinic Acid; B.C. Tripathy, G.S. Singhal. Part C: Gene Regulation and Photomorphogenesis. Section VI: Chloroplast Molecular Biology and Regulation. 23. Molecular Biology of Chloroplast Genome; N. Tuteja, K.K. Tewart. 24. Regulation of Plastid Gene Expression; A.K. Tyagi. Section VII: Photoreceptors and Functions. 25. Phytochromes: Molecular Structure, Photoreceptor Process and Physiological Function; V.A. Sineshchekov. 26. Blue Light Perception and Signal Transduction in Higher Plants; J.P. Khurana, K. Poff. 27. UV-B Effects in Plants, Receptors and Targets; L.O. Bjorn. Section VIII: Photoresponses and Molecular Mechanism.28. Photomorphogenesis in Lower Plants; J. Hughes, E. Hartmann. 29. The Photoperiodic Control of Plant Reproduction; S.D. Jackson, B. Thomas. 30. Light Signal Transduction and Nuclear Gene Expression; S.K. Sopory, et al. 31. Use of Mutants and Transgenics in Understanding Photomorphogenesis.
Responsibility: edited by G.S. Singhal ... [et al.].


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