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By J. Amesz, A.J. Hoff

ISBN-10: 9048145961

ISBN-13: 9789048145966

Written by way of renowned experts within the box, Biosphycial thoughts in Photosynthesis offers, for the 1st time, a accomplished evaluate of a number of the strategies that experience proved to be of serious value in learning the mechanism of either oxygenic and anoxygenic photosynthesis. every one bankruptcy discusses the fundamental techniques of a method, sensible functions and a few of the clinical effects. the 1st part issues optical thoughts, the second one magnetic resonance, while the 3rd is especially dedicated to a number of concepts that offer details at the constitution of the photosynthetic gear, similar to X-ray diffraction, X-ray absorption and electron microscopy.
Audience: For graduate scholars and researchers either in photosynthesis in addition to in physics, (bio)chemistry and biology.

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The water-soluble BChl a-containing complex of the green photosynthetic bacterium, Prosthecocloris aestuarii, the Fenna–Matthews–Olson (FMO) complex was the first photosynthetic pigmentprotein complex to be structurally characterized by atomic resolution crystallography (Fenna and Matthews, 1975) and is one of the best-studied complex in photosynthesis. However, interpretation of the absorbance and CD of the FMO complex turned out to be more difficult than anticipated, and in fact CD has been explained satisfactorily (Lu and Pearlstein, 1993).

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