Allen, John F.

Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun

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Table of contents

1. Bioenergy and Photosynthesis

1. Photosynthetic Electron Transport Properties of an Uptake Hydrogenase Deletion Mutant of Nostoc punctiforme PCC 73102
Yagut Allahverdiyeva, Ilkka Sairanen, Karin Stensjü, Peter Lindblad, Eva-Mari Aro

2. The Stoichiometry of Photosystem II to Photosystem I in Higher Plants
Da-Yong Fan, Alexander B. Hope, Paul J. Smith, Husen Jia, Ron J. Pace, Jan M. Anderson, Wah Soon Chow

3. Thiosulfate-Oxidizing Multi-component System in the Green Sulfur Bacterium Chlorobaculum tepidum

Takuro Ogawa, Daisuke Seo, Hidehiro Sakurai, Kazuhito Inoue

4. Site-Directed Mutagenesis of Cytochrome b559 in the Cyanobacterium Thermosynechococcus elongatus

Fernando Guerrero, Mercedes Roncel, Diana Kirilovsky, José M. Ortega

5. Differential Expression of hoxY Gene, Encoding the Small Subunit of Bidirectional Hydrogenase, Under Ar-Induced Microaerobic Conditions in Synechocystis sp. PCC6803 and Anabaena sp. PCC7120
Cosmin Ionel Sicora, Eva-Mari Aro

2. Reaction Centers

15N Photo-Cidnp Mas Nmr On Rcs Of Rhodobacter Sphaeroides Wt And R26
Eugenio Daviso, Karthick Babu Sai Sankar Gupta, Shipra Prakash, Peter Gast, A. Alia, Gunnar Jeschke, Jörg Matysik

7. Comparison of Thermostability of Reaction Centres of R. sphaeroides in LDAO Micelles and Reconstituted into POCP Liposomes
Felix Böhles, Michael Jones, Stefano Santabarbara

8. Time-Resolved Delayed Chlorophyll Fluorescence to Study the Influence of Bicarbonate on a Green Algae Mutant Photosystem II
Joachim Buchta, Tatiana Shutova, Göpran Samuelsson, Holger Dau

9. Light Induced Exchange of Different psbA Gene Copies in the Cyanobacterium Thermosynechococcus elongatus

Péter B Kós, Zsuzsanna Deák, Otilia Cheregi, Imre Vass

10. The Primary Electron Acceptor of Photosystem II Is Weakly Coupled to the Accessory Chlorophyll
Nicholas Cox, Joseph L. Hughes, Ronald Steffen, Paul J. Smith, A. William Rutherford, Elmars Krausz, Ron J. Pace

11. Regulation of Photoprotection by Non-Radiative Charge Recombination in Photosystem II
Krisztian Cser, Imre Vass

12. Primary Charge Separation in PS2 Core Complexes from Synechocystis 6803: A Comparison of Femtosecond Visible/Mid-IR Pump-Probe Spectra of Wild Type and Two P680 Mutants
M. Di Donato, R. O. Cohen, B. A. Diner, J. Breton, R. van Grondelle, M. L. Groot

13C Photo-CIDNP MAS NMR on the LH1-RC Complex of Rhodopseudomonas acidophila

Anna Diller, A. Alia, Peter Gast, Gunnar Jeschke, Jörg Matysik

14. Structure of Radical Pairs D•+ QA
•− in Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers Cooled to Cryogenic Temperatures in the Dark and Under Illumination: A High-Field EPR/PELDOR Study
M. Flores, A. Savitsky, E. C. Abresch, W. Lubitz, K. Möbius

15. A0 → A1 Electron Transfer in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii PS I with Replaced A0 Axial Ligand
Wojciech Giera, Krzysztof Gibasiewicz, V. M. Ramesh, Marcin Ziólek, Jerzy Karolczak, Andrzej Dobek, Andrew N. Webber

16. Characterization of Homodimeric Type I Reaction Center Cores from Heliobacterium modesticaldum by High-Field Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Anton Savitsky, Mark Heinnickel, Leysan Khuzeeva, Mikhail L. Antonkine, Klaus Möbius, John H. Golbeck

17. Quinone Anion Bands in A1
/A1 FTIR Difference Spectra Investigated Using Photosystem I Particles with Specifically Labeled Naphthoquinones Incorporated into the A1 Binding Site
Gary Hastings, K. M. Priyangika Bandaranayake

18. Primary Reactions — From Isolated Complexes to Intact Plants
Alfred R. Holzwarth

19. What Is the Origin of the Highly Dispersive Quantum Efficiencies for Secondary Donor Oxidation at Low Temperature in Photosystem II
Joseph L. Hughes, Ronald Steffen, Nick Cox, Paul Smith, Ron J. Pace, A. William Rutherford, Elmars Krausz

20. Antenna Activity of Metal-Substituted Chl a Bound to the Chl a-Binding Sites in PS1 RC Complexes
S. Ohtake, Y. Morikawa, I. Ikegami

21. Unidirectional Electron Transfer in Chlorophyll d-Containing Photosystem I Reaction Center Complex of Acaryochloris marina
Shigeru Itoh, Tatsuya Uzumaki, Shinichi Takaichi, Masayo Iwaki, Shigeichi Kumazaki, Kunihiro Itoh, Hiroyuki Mino

13C Photo-Cidnp Mas Nmr Studies On Oriented Reaction Centers
Anna Diller, A. Alia, Peter Gast, Huub J. de M. Groot, Clemens Glaubitz, Gunnar Jeschke, Jörg Matysik

23. The Influence Of Aspartate 575PsaB On The Midpoint Potentials Of Phylloquinones A1A/A1B And The Fx Iron-Sulfur Cluster In Photosystem I
Irina Karyagina, Yulia Pushkar, Dietmar Stehlik, Art van der Groot, Hiroshi Ishikita, Ernst-Walter Knapp, Bharat Jagannathan, Rufat Agalarov, John H. Golbeck

24. Redox Potential Of Chlorophyll d

Shunsuke Ohashi, Masahiro Kasahara, Sohjiro Fukuyo, Masataka Nakazato, Koji Iwamoto, Yoshihiro Shiraiwa, Yuki Kato, Tadashi Watanabe, Masami Kobayashi

25. Unexpected Difference In The P700 Redox Potential Among Oxygenic Photosynthetic Organisms Revealed By Spectroelectrochemistry
Yuki Kato, Akimasa Nakamura, Tomoyuki Suzawa, Tadashi Watanabe

26. The Oxidation Potential of Chl a Is the Lowest — A New Scheme for O2 Evolution in PS II
Masami Kobayashi, Shunsuke Ohashi, Sohjiro Fukuyo, Masahiro Kasahara, Tadashi Watanabe

27. Structure For Thermostability Of Photosynthetic Reaction Center From Thermophilic Purple Sulfur Bacterium, Thermochromatium Tepidum

Masayuki Kobayashi, Yuichiro Shimada, Yoichiro Fujioka, Hiroaki Suzuki, Zheng-Yu Wang, Tsunenori Nozawa

28. Detection Of Quinone Function In The Homodimeric Type-I Reaction Center Of Heliobacterium Modesticaldum

Toru Kondo, Hiroyuki Mino, Masahiro Matsuoka, Chihiro Azai, Hirozo Ohoka, Shigeru Itoh

29. The Role Of Aspl213 For Stabilizing Semiquinone Binding To The Photosynthetic Reaction Center
Eva-Maria Krammer, G. Matthias Ullmann

30. Triplet States In Photosynthetic Reaction Centers Of Rb. Sphaeroides

Aliaksandr Marchanka, Wolfgang Lubitz, Mark Paddock, Maurice van Gastel

31. Triplet Photoprotection by Carotenoid in Intact Photosystem II Cores
Victor Martinez-Junza, Malwina Szczepaniak, Silvia E. Braslavsky, Julia Sander, Matthias Rögner, Alfred R. Holzwarth

32. Redox Reactions of the Non-Heme Iron of Photosystem II: An EPR Spectroscopic Study
James P. McEvoy, Gary W. Brudvig

33. Spectral and Kinetic Properties of Semiquinones in Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centres Embedded in Liposomes Obtained by Different Phospholipids
Francesco Milano, Emiliano Altamura, Angela Agostiano, Livia Giotta, Massimo Trotta

34. A Model for Temperature-Dependent Peak Shift of the Bacterial Reaction-Center Absorption
Koichiro Mukai, Keisuke Saito, Hitoshi Sumi

35. The Heme-Containing Portion of Cytochrome c
z from Chlorobium tepidum: Its Over-Expression in Escherichia coli and Spectroscopic Studies
Makoto Higuchi, Hirozo Oh-oka, Toru Kondo, Hiroyuki Mino, Shigeru Itoh, Zheng-Yu Wang

36. Slow Energy Transfer from the Core Antennas CP43 and CP47 to the PSII RC Studied by Femtosecond Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy
N. P. Pawlowicz, M. L. Groot, I. H. M. van Stokkum, J. Breton, R. van Grondelle

37. Theoretical Modeling of the Optical Properties and Exciton Dynamics of the PSII Reaction Center
Roman Y. Pishchalnikov, Marc G. Müller, Alfred R. Holzwarth

38. Directionality in Photosystem I: A Preliminary Study of the PsaA-A684D Mutant
Rajiv Luthra, Audrius Jasaitis, Fabrice Rappaport, Kevin Redding

13C Photo-CIDNP MAS NMR on the Reaction Center of Green Sulphur Bacterium at Two Different Magnetic Fields
Esha Roy, A. Alia, Peter Gast, Hans J. van Gorkom, Gunnar Jeschke, Jörg Matysik

40. Mechanism of Spin-Triplet-State Formation on the Accessory Chlorophyll in the Reaction Center of Photosystem II
Keisuke Saito, Koichiro Mukai, Hitoshi Sumi

41. The Physiological Relevance of Bidirectional Electron Transfer in Photosystem I of Eukaryotes
Stefano Santabarbara, Paolo Bombelli, Charlotte Russell, Saul Purton, Anna Paola Casazza, Michael C.W. C. W. Evans

42. Temperature Dependence of the Reduction Kinetics of P680002B; in Oxygen-Evolving PS II Complexes Throughout the Range from 320 to 80 K
Eberhard Schlodder

43. Low Quantum Yield Electron Transfer Pathways in PSII
Matthias Schenderlein, Maria Andrea Mroginski, Marianne Çetin, Eberhard Schlodder

44. Detection of Ultrafast Process in the Energy and Electron Transfer Dynamics in the Photosystem I Reaction Center
Yutaka Shibata, Shunsuke Kawamoto, Yosuke Satoh, Shigeru Itoh

45. Low Temperature Secondary Pathway Donation in Photosystem II of Spinach
Ronald Steffen, Joseph L. Hughes, Nick Cox, Paul Smith, Ron J. Pace, Elmars Krausz

46. Structure-Function Correlations in the (A0 → A1 → FX) Electron Transfer Kinetics of the Phylloquinone (A1) Acceptor in Cyanobacterial Photosystem I
Nithya Shrinivasan, Irina Karyagina, John H. Golbeck, Dietmar Stehlik

47. Influence of the Protein Environment on the Regulation of the Photosystem II Activity — A Time-Resolved Fluorescence Study
Malwina Szczepaniak, Julia Sander, Marc Nowaczyk, Marc G. Müller, Matthias Rögner, Alfred R. Holzwarth

48. Purification and Biochemical Characterization of PSI-LHCI Supercomplex in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Mariko Sumimoto, Takahito Onishi, Jian-Ren Shen, Yuichiro Takahashi

49. Reassessment of the Redox Potential of P740: The Primary Electron Donor in Photosystem I of the Chlorophyll d Containing Cyanobacterium, Acaryochloris marina

Matthias Schenderlein, Marianne Çetin, Eberhard Schlodder, Samuel Benson, Prabhat K. Sharma, James Barber, Alison Telfer

50. Identification of the Special Pair and ChlZ of Photosystem II in Acaryochloris marina

Tatsuya Tomo, Tatsunori Okubo, Seiji Akimoto, Hideaki Miyashita, Tohru Tsuchiya, Takumi Noguchi, Mamoru Mimuro

51. Transient EPR Studies of In Vivo Uptake of Substituted Anthraquinones by Photosystem I in Phylloquinone Biosynthetic Pathway Mutants of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
Sara Chirico, Eric Drago, John H. Golbeck, Wade Johnson, Art van der Est

52. Energetics of Photosystem II Charge Recombination in Acaryochloris marina Studied by Thermoluminescence and Flash Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence Measurements
Imre Vass, Krisztián Cser, Alison Telfer, Samuel L. Benson, Zsuzsanna Deák

3. Structure and Function of Light Harvesting Complexes

53. Crystal Structures of the NblA Protein
Monica Dines, Rakefet Schwarz, Noam Adir

54. Molecular Basis of Antenna System Adaptation in a Chl d-Containing Organism
Min Chen, Kathy Donohoe, Ben Crossett, Martin Schliep, Tony Larkum

55. Structural Assessment of the Bacteriochlorophyll d Stacking in Chlorosomes from a C. tepidum Mutant with MAS NMR Spectroscopy
Swapna Ganapathy, Michael Reus, Aline Gomez Maqueo Chew, Donald A. Bryant, Alfred R. Holzwarth, Huub J. M. de Groot

56. Role of Echinenone in Fluorescence Quenching in IsiA Aggregates from Cyanobacteria
Sandrine Dhaene, Kostas Tsoukatos, Stefania S. Lampoura, Hans C. P. Matthijs, Jan P. Dekker

57. A Comparative MAS NMR Study of BChl d and BChl c Producing Mutants of C. tepidum

Swapna Ganapathy, Michael Reus, Aline Gomez Maqueo Chew, Donald A. Bryant, Alfred R. Holzwarth, Huub J. M. de Groot

58. Light-Harvesting and Photoprotection in Diatoms: Identification and Expression of L818-Like Proteins
Song-Hua Zhu, Beverley R. Green

59. Coherent Spectroscopy of Carotenoid and Bacteriochlorophyll
Mitsuru Sugisaki, Masazumi Fujiwara, Kazuhiro Yanagi, Ritsuko Fujii, Richard J. Cogdell, Hideki Hashimoto

60. Purification and the Antenna Size of Photosystem I Complexes from a Centric Diatom, Chaetoceros gracilis

Yohei Ikeda, Yasuhiro Kashino, Hiroyuki Koike, Kazuhiko Satoh

61. Compositional Analysis of Carotenoids in a Purple Photosynthetic Bacteria, Rhodopseudomonas sp. Strain Rits, upon Irradiated Light Intensity
Tadashi Mizoguchi, Megumi Isaji, Jiro Harada, Hitoshi Tamiaki

62. Specific Interaction Between CpcG2-Phycobilisome and Photosystem I
Kumiko Kondo, Mitsunori Katayama, Masahiko Ikeuchi

63. The Oligomeric Antenna of the Diatom P. tricornutum — Localisation of Diadinoxanthin Cycle Pigments
Bernard Lepetit, Daniela Volke, Milán Szabó, Ralf Hoffmann, Gyözö Garab, Christian Wilhelm, Reimund Goss

64. A Theoretical Model for Excitation Energy Transfer in Chlorosomes: Lamellar and Rod-Shaped Antenna Structures
Linnanto Juha, Korppi-Tommola Jouko

65. Electron Spin Density Distribution of the Carotenoid Triplet State in the Peridinin-Chlorophyll-Protein Antenna of Dinoflagellates Determined by Pulse ENDOR Spectroscopy and Density Functional Theory
Jens Niklas, Shipra Prakash, Tim Schulte, Maurice van Gastel, Eckhard Hofmann, Wolfgang Lubitz

66. Investigating the Effect of Crystallization Conditions on the Validity of Phycocyanin Structural Details
Ailie McGregor, Liron David, Noam Adir

67. Excitation Energy Transfer in PS I of the Cyanobacterium Gloeobacter violaceus PCC 7421 That Lacks the Long-Wavelength Form of Chlorophyll a

Mamoru Mimuro, Michiya Higuchi, Hidetoshi Inoue, Makio Yokono, Tohru Tsuchiya, Hideaki Miyashita, Seiji Akimoto

68. Probing the Carotenoid in Its Binding Site in a Reconstituted LH1 Complex from the Photosynthetic Bacterium Rhodospirillum rubrum with Electroabsorption Spectroscopy
Katsunori Nakagawa, Satoru Suzuki, Ritsuko Fujii, Alastair T. Gardiner, Richard J. Cogdell, Hideki Hashimoto, Mamoru Nango

69. Regulation of Antenna Functions in Chlorophyll Assemblies
Toru Oba, Koji Ogura, Manami Hiraide, Satoshi Ito, Kazuhisa Hiratani

70. Binding Sites of Cadmium Ions Within Photosystem II
Marzena de Odrowaąż Piramowicz, Ralph Bock, Aleksandra Orzechowska, Kazimierz Strzalka, Kvĕtoslava Burda

71. Chlorosomal Self-aggregation of Zinc Chlorophyll Derivatives in the Presence of Cationic Surfactant Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide and Organosilanes in Aqueous Phase
Yoshitaka Saga, Hiromu Kida, Yukihiro Nishikawa, Hitoshi Tamiaki

72. Ultrafast Relaxation Dynamics of a Keto-Carotenoid, Siphonaxanthin, Probed by Time-Resolved Fluorescence
Seiji Akimoto, Makio Yokono, Michiya Higuchi, Akio Murakami, Shinichi Takaichi, Mamoru Mimuro

73. Kinetic Description of Energy and Charge transfer Processes in PSI from Arabidopsis thaliana

Chavdar Slavov, Marc G. Müller, Matteo Ballottari, Tomas Morosinotto, Roberto Bassi, Alfred R. Holzwarth

74. Diversity and Localization of Bacteriochlorophylls Possessing Different 17-Propionate Groups in Purple Bacterial Antennae
Tadashi Mizoguchi, Megumi Isaji, Jiro Harada, Hitoshi Tamiaki

75. Functional Identification of GDP-Fucose Synthase Gene in Anabaena sp. PCC 7120
Mari Mochimaru, Hajime Masukawa, Takashi Maoka, Shinichi Takaichi

76. Chiral Self-assembly of Synthetic Zinc Protobacteriochlorophyll-d Derivatives
Hitoshi Tamiaki, Hajime Sumi

77. Excitation Energy Transfer in the Phycobiliprotein Antenna of Acaryochloris marina Studied by Transient fs Absorption and Fluorescence Spectroscopy
C. Theiss, F. J. Schmitt, S. Andree, C. Cardenas-Chavez, K. Wache, J. Fuesers, M. Vitali, M. Wess, S. Kussin, H. J. Eichler, H. -J. Eckert

78. Unique Optical Properties of LHC II Isolated from Codium fragile Its Correlation to Protein Environment
Tohru Tsuchiya, Tatsuya Tomo, Seiji Akimoto, Akio Murakami, Mamoru Mimuro

79. Modelling the Structure of the IsiA-PS I Supercomplex
Yinan Zhang, Min Chen, Bret Church, Anthony.W D. Larkum, Lars S. Jermiin

80. Purification And Crystallization Of Photosystem Ii Dimer Complex From A Red Alga Cyanidium Caldarium

Hideyuki Adachi, Isao Enami, Takahiro Henmi, Nobuo Kamiya, Jian-Ren Shen

81. A Detailed Structural Model For The Eukaryotic Lhcii-Ps Ii Supercomplex
Jon Nield, James Barber

82. Ligation Of The C-Terminus Of The D1 Polypeptide Of Photosystem Ii To The Oxygen Evolving Complex: A Dft-Qm/Mm Study
José A. Gascón, Eduardo M. Sproviero, James P. McEvoy, Gary W. Brudvig, Victor S. Batista

83. Ligation Of The C-Terminus Of The D1 Polypeptide Of Photosystem Ii To The Oxygen Evolving Complex: A Dft-Qm/Mm Study
Katrin Beckmann, Naoko Ishida, Alain Boussac, Johannes Messinger

4. Oxygen Evolution

84. Photosystem II — Details of Cofactor-Protein Interactions in the Light of the 3 Å Resolution Crystal Structure
Matthias Broser, Albert Guskov, Jan Kern, Junko Yano, Vittal Yachandra, Bernhard Loll, Jacek Biesiadka, Wolfram Saenger, Athina Zouni

85. Functional Manganese Model Chemistry Relevant to the Oxygen-Evolving Complex of Photosystem II: Oxidation of a Mn(III,IV) Complex Coupled to Deprotonation of a Terminal Water Ligand
Clyde W. Cady, Robert H. Crabtree, Gary W. Brudvig

86. Photoactivation of the PSII Mn4-Ca: Error-Prone Metalloprotein Assembly
Robert L. Burnap

87. Ammonia-Induced Structural Changes of the Oxygen-Evolving Complex in Photosystem II Diminished at 277 K as Revealed by Light-Induced FTIR Difference Spectroscopy
Hsin-Ho Huang, Tung-Hei Wang, Hsiu-An Chu

88. Eight Steps Preceding O-O Bond Formation in Oxygenic Photosynthesis — A Basic Reaction Cycle of the Photosystem II Manganese Complex
Holger Dau, Michael Haumann

89. Photosystem II Function and Bicarbonate
Yashar Feyziyev

90. Quantum Requirement for Oxygen Evolution in Photosystem II: New Experimental Data and Theoretical Solutions
Mário Fragata, Venkataramanaiah Viruvuru

91. The Manganese Complex of Photosystem II: Extended-Range EXAFS Data and Specific Structural Models for Four S-States
Alexander Grundmeier, Paola Loja, Michael Haumann, Holger Dau

92. Current State of Crystallographic Studies on Cyanobacterial Photosystem II — In Search for Better Resolution
Albert Guskov, Jan Kern, Athina Zouni, Wolfram Saenger

93. Cytochrome b-559 Is Important for Modulating Electron Transfer on the Acceptor Side of Photosystem II and for Photoprotection During Assembly of the Mn4Ca Complex
Mary Hamilton, Emmanuel Franco, Zsuzsanna Deak, Imre Vass, Peter Nixon

94. S-State Dependence of Misses in the OEC Probed by EPR Spectroscopy of Individual S-States
Guangye Han, Susan F. Morvaridi, Felix Ho, Fikret Mamedov, Stenbjörn Styring

95. The Mechanism Behind the Formation of the “Split S3” EPR Signal in Photosystem II Induced by Visible rr Near-Infrared Light
Kajsa G. V. Havelius, Ji-Hu Su, Felix M. Ho, Guangye Han, Fikret Mamedov, Stenbjörn Styring

96. Substrate Water Oxygen Exchange in Photosystem II: Insights from Mutants and Ca vs. Sr Substitution
W. Hillier, I. McConnell, S. Singh, R. Debus, A. Boussac, T. Wydrzynski

97. Access Channels and Methanol Binding Site to the CaMn4 Cluster in Photosystem II Based on Solvent Accessibility Simulations, with Implications for Substrate Water Access
Felix M. Ho, Stenbjörn Styring

98. Probing Tyrosine Z• of the Functional Photosystem II at Temperatures Close to the Onset of the S-state Transitions: An EPR Investigation Employing Rapid Scans
Nikolaos Ioannidis, Georgia Zahariou, Vasili Petrouleas

99. Crystallization and Crystal Structure Analysis of a Mutant Photosystem II Complex Lacking PsbI from Thermosynechococcus vulcanus

Keisuke Kawakami, Yousuke Kawabata, Takahiro Henmi, Masako Iwai, Takashi Suemasu, Masahiko Ikeuchi, Nobuo Kamiya, Jian-Ren Shen

100. ESEEM Study of the Light-Induced Split S1 EPR Signal from Photosystem II
Fikret Mamedov, Kajsa G. V. Havelius, Stenbjörn Styring

101. Insights into the Photosynthetic Water Oxidation Mechanism: Determination of the Dissociation Constants for the Substrate Water Binding Sites from 18O Isotope Exchange Measurements
Iain McConnell, Lars-Erik Andreasson, Tom Wydrzynski, Warwick Hillier

102. The S-State Dependence of the Location and Affinity of the Protons Bound to the Manganese Cluster in Photosystem II
Hiroyuki Mino, Hiroiku Yamada, Shigeru Itoh, Asako Kawamori

103. Calcium Requirement for S-State Transitions
Mohamed Miqyass, Charles F. Yocum, Hans J. van Gorkom

104. Role of Phosphatidylglycerol in Oxygen-Evolving Complex of Photosystem II
Naoki Mizusawa, Isamu Sakurai, Hisako Kubota, Hajime Wada

105. Oxygen, Water, Proton and Quinone Channels in PSII
James Murray, James Barber

106. Isolation of PSII Retaining High Oxygen-Evolving Activity from a Marine Diatom, Chaetoceros gracilis

Ryo Nagao, Takehiro Suzuki, Naoshi Dohmae, Akinori Okumura, Masako Iwai, Takeshi Takahashi, Yasuhiro Kashino, Isao Enami

107. Cloning and Sequence Analyses of Five Extrinsic Proteins in Diatom PSII
Akinori Okumura, Katsuyoshi Nakazato, Satoshi Yamagoe, Ryo Nagao, Takehiro Suzuki, Masako Iwai, Isao Enami

108. Q-band Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Studies of the S3 State of the OEC of Photosystem II
Yiannis Sanakis, Josephine Sarrou, Georgia Zahariou, Vasili Petrouleas

109. Ligation Of The C-Terminus Of The D1 Polypeptide Of Photosystem Ii To The Oxygen Evolving Complex: A Dft-Qm/Mm Study
G. Renger

110. Identification of Functional Domains of PsbU in Red Algal PSII by Site-Directed Mutagenesis
Masanori Sano, Akinori Okumura, Takehiro Suzuki, Masako Iwai, Hideyuki Adachi, Jian-Ren Shen, Isao Enami

111. Effects of Lipase and Phospholipase-Treatments on PSII: Differences Between Thermophilic Cyanobacterial and Higher Plant PSII
Jing Leng, Isamu Sakurai, Hajime Wada, Jian-Ren Shen

112. Formate-Induced Release of Carbon Dioxide/ Hydrogencarbonate from Photosystem II
Dmitriy Shevela, Vyacheslav Klimov, Johannes Messinger

113. pH Dependence of the S0 Split EPR Signal in Photosystem II
Johannes Sjöhom, Kajsa G. V. Havelius, Stenbjörn Styring

114. Substrate Water Bound to the S2-State of the Mn4OxCa Cluster in Photosystem II Studied by Advanced Pulse EPR Spectroscopy
Ji-Hu Su, Wolfgang Lubitz, Johannes Messinger

115. The Photosynthetic Mn Complex in Its Reaction Cycle: An Attempt to Obtain Pure FTIR Difference Spectra for the Four Transitions Between Semi-Stable S-States and for QB Redox Transitions
Björn Süss, Holger Dau

116. FTIR Study on the Proton Release Pattern During Water Oxidation in Photosystem II Core Complexes from Thermosynechococcus elongatus

Hiroyuki Suzuki, Miwa Sugiura, Takumi Noguchi

117. Structural Coupling of Water Molecules with YD in Photosystem II as Revealed by FTIR Spectroscopy
Ryouta Takahashi, Miwa Sugiura, Takumi Noguchi

118. IR-Induced Photochemistry in Photosystem II
Anders Thapper, Fikret Mamedov, Stenbjörn Styring

119. Expression of the Manganese Stabilising Protein from a Primitive Cyanobacterium
Adele Williamson, Warwick Hillier, Tom Wydrzynski

120. Electronic Structure and Oxidation State Changes in the Mn4Ca Cluster of Photosystem II
Junko Yano, Yulia Pushkar, Johannes Messinger, Uwe Bergmann, Pieter Glatzel, Vittal K. Yachandra

121. Structure of the Photosynthetic Mn4Ca Cluster Using X-ray Spectroscopy
Junko Yano, Jan Kern, Kenneth Sauer, Yulia Pushkar, Uwe Bergmann, Pieter Glatzel, Johannes Messinger, Athina Zouni, Vittal K. Yachandra

122. Functional Characterization of PsbO, the PSII Manganese Stabilizing Protein
Hana Popelkova, Alan Commet, Charles F. Yocum

123. The Progressive Exchange-Narrowing of the S0YZ •, S1YZ •, and S2YZ • Spectra Reveals the Unperturbed Spectrum of Tyr Z• in Oxygen Evolving PSII Preparations: A Rapid Scanning EPR Investigation in the Temperature Range 4.2–240 K
Georgia Zahariou, Nikolaos Ioannidis, G. Sioros, Vasili Petrouleas

124. Bifurcated Electron Donations from Quinol Oxidoreductase and Soluble CycA to Cytochrome cz of the Photosynthetic Reaction Center Complex in the Green Sulfur Bacterium Chlorobium tepidum

Chihiro Azai, Yusuke Tsukatani, Ryo Miyamoto, Toru Kondo, Hiroumi Murakami, Shigeru Itoh, Hirozo Oh-oka

125. Kinetic Simulations of the C-Subunit of the Bacterial Reaction Center
Torsten Becker, G. Matthias Ullmann

126. Relationship of the In Vivo Bacteriochlorophyll Fluorescence and the State of the Photosynthetic Apparatus in Purple Bacteria
D. Bina, R. Litvin, F. Vacha

127. Regulatory Function of Cytochrome b559 in Photosystem II
Kvètoslava Burda, Mark A. Schöttler, Aleksandra Orzechowska, Jerzy Kruk, Kazimierz Strzalka, Ralph Bock

128. Structure of the Cytochrome b
6 f Complex: n-Side Donor Pathway to the Plastoquinone Pool
Eiki Yamashita, Huamin Zhang, Danas Baniulis, William A. Cramer

129. Oscillating Yield of Flash-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence Decay in Intact Cells of Thermosynechococcus elongatus

Zsuzsanna Deák, Imre Vass

130. Three-Dimensional Chlorophyll Fluorescence Imaging for Detecting Effects of Herbicide on a Whole Plant
Akira Eguchi, Atsumi Konishi, Fumiki Hosoi, Kenji Omasa

131. The Mehler Reaction in Chlamydomonas During Photosynthetic Induction and Steady-State Photosynthesis in Wild-Type and in a Mitochondrial Mutant
Fabrice Franck, Pierre-Alain Houyoux

132. PetP, a New Cytochrome b
6 f Subunit, and Cytochrome bd Oxidase – Two Potential Regulatory Players of Cyanobacterial Electron Transport
Meike Gendrullis, Nina Dyczmons, Dorothea Gomolla, Sven Gathmann, Gábor Bernát, Dirk Schneider, Matthias Rögner

133. Electromagnetic Frequency Spectra of Samples Placed in a Coil That Senses the Electromagnetic Background Field: Application for Leaves, Chloroplasts and Molecules Useful in Photosynthesis
Vasilij Goltsev, Merope Tsimilli-Michael, Petko Chernev, Ivelina Zaharieva, Margarita Kouzmanova, Reto Jorg Strasser

5. Electron Transport Operation, Organisation and Regulation

134. Identification of Photosynthesis-Related Genes in Rice Using FOX Hunting System
Mieko Higuchi, Keiko Matsui, Takanari Ichikawa, Youichi Kondou, Yukako Hasegawa, Mika Kawashima, Hirohiko Hirochika, Minami Matsui

135. The Bottom Part of the γ Subunit of F1-ATPase is Important for Catalytic Activity
Hiroki Konno, Tomoe Murakami-Fuse, Toru Hisabori

136. Effects of PsbP Knockdown on the Photosynthetic Electron Transfer in Nicotiana tabacum

Kunio Ido, Kentaro Ifuku, Seiko Ishihara, Yumiko Yamamoto, Chikahiro Miyake, Fumihiko Sato

137. Redox Regulation of Chloroplast Gene Expression in Wheat Plants
Mubariz Ismayilov

138. Photoinactivation of Ascorbate Peroxidase in Isolated Tobacco Chloroplasts: Galdieria partita APX Maintains Electron Flux Through the Water-Water Cycle in Transplastomic Tobacco Plants
Hirosuke Kanamoto, Chikahiro Miyake

139. Preferential Decay of the CF1-ε Subunit Induces Thylakoid Uncoupling in Wild Watermelon Under Drought Stress
Kaori Kohzuma, Kinya Akashi, Yuri Munekage, Satoko Sanda, Tohru Hisabori, Akiho Yokota

140. Investigation of the Function of a nuoE Homologue, sll1220 in Synechocystis sp. PCC6803 by Means of Mutagenesis
Hiroyuki Koike, Md Rafiqul Islam, Kazuhiko Satoh

141. Spatiotemporal Changes in PRI and NPQ Under Different Light Intensity Gradients on Leaf Surfaces
Atsumi Konishi, Mashashi Munehiro, Kenji Omasa

142. Thioredoxin Potential Target Proteins in Green Sulfur Bacterium Chlorobaculum tepidum

Naomi Hosoya-Matsuda, Toru Hisabori, Kazuhito Inoue

143. −ΔG and Temperature Dependencies of the Electron Transfer Rates Between P700+ and A1 − or FeS− in Photosystem I Containing Different Quinones
Hiroumi Murakami, Yutaka Shibata, Hiroyuki Mino, Shigeru Itoh

144. Equilibrium or Disequilibrium A Dual-Wavelength Investigation of Photosystem I Donors
Vello Oja, Hillar Eichelmann, Agu Laisk

145. Characterization of Regulatory Factors of PGR5-Dependent PSI Cyclic Electron Transport
Yuki Okegawa, Yugo Kagawa, Yoshichika Kobayashi, Toshiharu Shikanai

146. Toward an Understanding of Ultrafast Electron Transfer in Photosynthesis
Gloria Olaso-González, Manuela Merchán, Luis Serrano-Andrés

147. Development of a 3D Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope for Applying the Saturation Pulse Method to Chlorophyll a Fluorescence
Kenji Omasa, Atsumi Konishi

148. Cu2+ Binding Sites in PSII
Aleksandra Orzechowska, Ralph Bock, Marzena de Odrowaž Piramowicz, Kazimierz Strzalka, Kvètoslava Burda

149. Alteration of O-J-I-P Chlorophyll Induction Kinetics by Dichromate: An Effect on the Water-Splitting System
Radovan Popovic, Francois Perreault, David Dewez, Dionne Jérome, Philippe Juneau

150. Ultrafast Optical Studies of the Cytochrome b
6 f Complex in Solution and Crystalline States
Naranbaatar Dashdorj, Eiki Yamashita, John Schaibley, William A. Cramer, Sergei Savikhin

151. CRR1 Is Specifically Involved in Accumulation of the Chloroplast NDH Complex Despite Its Homology to DHPR
Hideyuki Shimizu, Toshiharu Shikanai

152. Modulated Sink-Source Interactions Preserve PSII Electron Transport from Senescence-Induced Inactivation in a Model System with Expanded Life Span Induced by Decapitation of Bean Plants
Ivan Yordanov, Vasilij Goltsev, Petko Chernev, Ivelina Zaharieva, Detelin Stefanov, Reto Jorg Strasser

153. Imaging Heterogeneity of Xanthophyll-Independent Non-photochemical Quenching During Photosynthetic Induction in Shade-Grown Leaves of Avocado (Persea americana L.)
Kotaro Takayama, Barry Osmond, Kenji Omasa

154. Dark Inactivation of Ferredoxin-NADP Reductase and Cyclic Electron Transport Under Far-Red Light in Sunflower Leaves
Eero Talts, Vello Oja, Heikko Rämma, Bahtijor Rasulov, Agu Anijalg, Agu Laisk

155. Naturally Occurring Alternative Electron Donors of Photosystem II
Szilvia Z. Tóth, Jos Thomas Puthur, Gyözö Garab

156. Experimental Resolution and Theoretical Complexity Determine the Amount of Information Extractable from the Chlorophyll Fluorescence Transient OJIP
Merope Tsimilli-Michael, Reto J. Strasser

157. Reconstitution of Cyclic Electron Transport in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 by a Cell-Free System
Mai Watanabe, Yasuhiro Kashino, Kazuhiko Satoh, Hiroyuki Koike, Merope Tsimilli-Michael, Reto J. Strasser

6. Assembly and Repair of Pigment Protein Complexes

158. The Effect of Protein Synthesis Inhibitors on Recovery of Photodamaged Photosystem II in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 Lacking PsbM or PsbT
Fiona K. Bentley, Julian J. Eaton-Rye

159. The Effect of Removing Photosystem II Extrinsic Proteins on Dimer Formation and Recovery from Photodamage in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
Fiona K. Bentley, Julian J. Eaton-Rye

160. Functional Analysis of PsbZ in Photosystem II from the Thermophilic Cyanobacterium Thermosynechococcus elongatus BP-1
Masako Iwai, Takehiro Suzuki, Naoshi Dohmae, Yasunori Inoue

161. ELIP/CAB-Type Proteins Associated with Photosystem II During Normal Growth of Cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
Galyna Kufryk, Thomas Kieselbach, Wim Vermaas, Christiane Funk

162. Arabidopsis PsbOs Differ in Their GTPase Activity
Björn Lundin, Sophie Thuswaldner, Cornelia Spetea

163. Mutations in CP47 That Target Putative Hydrogen Bonds with Sulfoquinovosyl-Diacylglycerol at the Monomer-Monomer Interface of Photosystem II
Hao Luo, Julian J. Eaton-Rye

164. Structural Analysis of an FtsH2/FtsH3 Complex Isolated from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
Myles Barker, Marko Boehm, Peter J. Nixon, Jon Nield

165. Does Photoinactivation of Photosystem II Occur in Low Light Conditions
Riichi Oguchi, Ichiro Terashima, Wah Soon Chow

166. Role of the psbA Gene Family of PSII from the Thermophilic Cyanobacterium Thermosynechococcus elongatus

Julia Sander, Marc Nowaczyk, Marta Kopczak, Matthias Rögner

167. Small Cab-Like Proteins (SCPs) Affect Synthesis but Not Degradation Rates of β-Carotene and Myxoxanthophyll in the Photosystem I-Less Strain of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
Dmitrii Vavilin, Wim Vermaas

168. Purified Heterocysts from Nostoc punctiforme Studied by Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy
Tanai Cardona•, Stenbjörn Styring, Peter Lindblad, Ann Magnuson

169. Below Ambient Levels of UV Induces Chloroplast Structural Change and Alters Starch Metabolism
Wayne R. Fagerberg

170. Impaired Isoprenoid Biosynthesis: A Competitive Disadvantage Under Light Stress in Synechocystis PCC 6803
K. Poliquin, F. X. Cunningham Jr., I. MacDonald, R. R. Gantt, E. Gantt

171. Three-Dimensional Architecture of the Granum-Stroma Thylakoid Membrane System Revealed by Electron Tomography
László Mustárdy, Karolyn Buttle, Gábor Steinbach, GyDZzDZ Garab

172. 3D Chloroplast Structure
Rumak Izabela, Gieczewska Katarzyna, Kierdaszuk Borys, Mostowska Agnieszka, Ignacy Gruszecki Wieslaw, Garstka Maciej

173. Membrane Dynamics During The Ct And Cs Plants Chilling Revealed By Ftir Spectroscopy
Gieczewska Katarzyna, Wieslaw Gruszecki Ignacy, Rumak Izabela, Garstka Maciej, Mostowska Agnieszka

174. Investigating The Organization Of Photosystem Ii In Spinach Photosynthetic Membranes By Atomic Force Microscopy
Helmut Kirchhoff, Claudia Büchel, Lifeng Chi, Steven Lenhert, Jon Nield

175. Possible Requirement Of Galactolipids For Embryogenesis
Koichi Kobayashi, Hiroyuki Ohta

7. Membrane Dynamics and Organisation

176. A Line-Scanning Multiphoton Fluorescence Spectromicroscope Applied to the Study of the Thylakoid Membrane in Chloroplasts
Shigeichi Kumazaki, Makotoh Hasegawa, Takahiko Yoshida, Taro Taniguchi, Takashi Shiina, Isamu Ikegami

177. Arrangement of Chlorophyll Protein Complexes Determines Chloroplast Structure
Rumak Izabela, Gieczewska Katarzyna, Koziol-Lipinska Joanna, Kierdaszuk Borys, Mostowska Agnieszka, Garstka Maciej

178. Difference in SQDG Metabolism Between Green Algae and Cyanobacteria Under the Sulfur-Starved Condition
Norihiro Sato, Ryouhei Kamimura, Kouichi Sugimoto, Mikio Tsuzuki

179. Sulfolipid Requirement for Protein Synthesis Under the Sulfur-Starved Condition in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Koichi Sugimoto, Norihiro Sato, Mikio Tsuzuki

8. Co2 Diffusion, Gas Exchange and the Role of Stomata

180. Relationship Between Mesophyll Conductance to CO2 Diffusion and Contents of Aquaporin Localized at Plasma Membrane in Tobacco Plants Grown Under Drought Conditions
Shin-Ichi Miyazawa, Satomi Yoshimura, Yuki Shinzaki, Masayoshi Maeshima, Chikahiro Miyake

181. A Highly Embryogenic Line Of The Legume Model Medicago Truncatula, M9–10A: Performance Under Water Deficit
Cátia Miyazawa, Susana Araújo, Jorge Marques da Silva, Pedro Fevereiro, Anabela Bernardes da Silva

9. CO2-Concentrating Mechanisms

182. Oxalate Decarboxylase is Involved in Turnover of 2-Phosphoglycolate in Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 6803
Marion Eisenhut, Hans C. P. Matthijs, Hermann Bauwe, Martin Hagemann

183. Arabidopsis Mutants with Strongly Reduced Levels of the T-Protein Subunit of Glycine Decarboxylase
Nadja Engel, Marion Eisenhut, Nan Qu, Hermann Bauwe

Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Has Genes For Both Glycolate Oxidase and Glycolate Dehydrogenase
Lauren Chauvin, Baran Tural, James V. Moroney

185. Expression of Inducible Inorganic Carbon Acquisition Complexes Is Under the Control of the FtsH Protease in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
Pengpeng Zhang, Cosmin I. Sicora, Natalia Vorontsova, Yagut Allahverdiyeva, Natalia Battchikova, Peter J. Nixon, Eva-Mari Aro

10. Cam and C4

186. Study of the Structure Function Relationship in Maize NADP—Malic Enzyme
Enrique Detarsio, Clarisa E. Alvarez, Mariana Saigo, María F. Drincovich, Carlos S. Andreo

187. Light Dependences Of The Co2 Leakiness, Quantum Yield Of Co2 Fixation And Activation State Of Key Enzymes In A C4 Plant, Amaranthus Cruentus, Grown In High- And Low-Light
Youshi Tazoe, Yuko Hanba T., Tsuyoshi Furumoto, Ko Noguchi, Ichiro Terashima

188. An Increase In Expression Of Pyruvate Pi Dikinase Corresponds To Cold-Tolerant C4 Photosynthesis Of Miscanthus X Giganteus

Dafu Wang, Archie R. Portis, Stephen P. Moose, Stephen P. Long

11. The C3 Cycle. Limitation and Regulation

189. Rubisco Activity Is Related To Photosystem I In Leaves
Hillar Eichelmann, Eero Talts, Vello Oja, Bahtijor Rasulov, Evi Padu, Agu Laisk

190. The Temperature Response of Photosynthesis and Metabolites in Anti-RbcS Tobacco
David S. Kubien, Rowan F. Sage

191. Does Rubisco Limit the Rate of Photosynthesis?
Yehouda Marcus, Hagit Altman-Gueta, Ainit Snir, Yael Wolff, Michael Gurevitz

192. Improvement of Cyanobacterial Rubisco by Introducing the Latch Structure Involved in High Affinity for CO2 in Red Algal Rubisco
Nana Ninomiya, Hiroki Ashida, Akiho Yokota

193. New Insight into the Calvin Cycle Regulation Glutathionylation of Fructose Bisphosphate Aldolase in Response to Illumination
Masayoshi Matsumoto, Ken'ichi Ogawa

194. Evolutionary Potential of Rubisco-Like Protein in Bacillus subtilis: Interaction with Transition-State Analog of Rubisco
Hillar Eichelmann, Yohtaro Saito, Hiroki Ashida, Agnieszka Sekowska, Antoine Danchin, Akiho Yokota

195. Molecular Properties of Chloroplastic CP12 and Its Role in the Assembling of a Supramolecular Complex of Calvin Cycle Enzymes
Lucia Marri, Paolo Trost, Leonardo Gonnelli, Paolo Pupillo, Francesca Sparla

11. The C3 Cycle. Limitation and Regulation

196. Non-photochemical-quenching Mechanisms in the Cyanobacterium Thermosynechococcus elongatus

Leyla Abasova, Maki Ohkubo, Hanako Hatakeyama, Keiko Ohashi, Ryuichi Yoshizawa, Soichi Kojima, Toshihiko Hayakawa, Tomoyuki Yamaya, Tadahiko Mae, Amane Makino

197. Sugar Regulation of the Redox State in Chloroplast
Juan de Dios Barajas-López, Antonio Jesús Serrato, Ana Chueca, Mariam Sahrawy

198. Effects of Cytosolic FBPase on Photosynthetic Carbon Metabolism Under High CO2 Conditions
Masahiro Tamoi, Yoshie Hiramatsu, Shigeki Nedachi, Tomoki Tabuchi, Kumi Otori, Shigeru Shigeoka

199. Redox Effects on Chloroplast Protein Synthesis and Phosphorylation
Carol A. Allen, John F. Allen

200. Characterization of the Ternary Complex Formed by Ferredoxin: Thioredoxin Reductase, Ferredoxin and Thioredoxin
Xingfu Xu, Marcellus Ubbink, Peter Schürmann, Sung-Kun Kim, Masakazu Hirasawa, Jatindra Tripathy, David B. Knaff

201. Alternative and Cyclic Electron Flow: Rate and Role in Potato Leaves
Agu Laisk, Vello Oja, Hillar Eichelmann

202. Properties and Physiological Function of a Super Complex of NDH-1 Specifically Oxidized NADPH in Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 6803
Weimin Ma, Teruo Ogawa, Yong Deng, Hualing Mi

203. Coupled Regulation of Cyclic Electron Flow Around PSI with Photosynthesis — Its Contribution to Non-photochemical Quenching Evidenced with Transplastomic Tobacco Plants Over-Expressing Ferredoxin in Chloroplasts
Chikahiro Miyake

204. Functional Analysis of HCF164, a Thioredoxin-Like Protein in the Thylakoid Lumen
Ken Motohahi, Toru Hisabori

205. Structural and Functional Characterization of Leaf-Type Ferredoxin-NADP+-Oxidoreductase Isoforms in Arabidopsis thaliana

Minna Lintala, Yagut Allahverdiyeva, Nina Lehtimäki, Eva-Mari Aro, Paula Mulo

206. How Does Impairment of PGR5-Dependent Cyclic Electron Transport Around Photosystem I Impact on Photosynthesis and Growth of Arabidopsis thaliana?
Yuri Nakajima Munekage, Bernard Genty, Gilles Peltier

207. Excess Light-Induced Molecular Responses of Chloroplast Rieske FeS Protein
Satoko Sanda, Yuri Nakajima Munekage, Kazuo Yoshida, Kinya Akashi, Akiho Yokota

208. Chl a Fluorescence and 820 nm Transmission Changes Occurring During a Dark-to-Light Transition in Pine Needles and Pea Leaves: A Comparison
Gert Schansker, Yuxin Yuan, Reto J. Strasser

209. Overexpression of Ferredoxin in Tobacco Chloroplasts Stimulates Cyclic Electron Flow Around Photosystem I (CEF-PSI) and Enhances Non-photochemical Quenching (NPQ) of Chl Fluorescence
Hiroshi Yamamoto, Chikahiro Miyake

210. Identification of Genes and Functional Characterization of Proteins Involved in Polyphosphate Metabolism in Photosynthetic Organisms
Tomás Albi-Rodríguez, Aurelio Serrano

211. Structure-Function Relationship Studies of the Four Arabidopsis thaliana NADP-Malic Enzyme Isoforms
Mariel C. Gerrard Wheeler, Cintia L. Arias, Verónica G. Maurino, Ulf-Ingo Flügge, Carlos S. Andreo, María F. Drincovich

212. Malate and Fumarate Emerge as Key Players in Primary Metabolism: Arabidopsis thaliana Overexpressing C4-NADP-ME Offer a Way to Manipulate the Levels of Malate and to Analyse the Physiological Consequences
Holger Fahnenstich, Mariana Saigo, Carlos Andreo, María F. Drincovich, Ulf-Ingo Flügge, Verónica G. Maurino

213. Chloroplast NADPH Thioredoxin Reductase: A Novel Modulator of Plastidial Amino Acid and Hormone Metabolism
Eevi Rintamäki, Anna Lepistö, Saijaliisa Kangasjärvi, Briitta Ruokamo, Nina Sipari, Markku Keinänen

214. Regulation of Photosynthesis via PSI Cyclic Electron Transport
Toshiharu Shikanai, Yuki Okegawa

215. The Fate of Absorbed Photons is Determined by the Species-Specific and Nutrient-Dependent Variability in Algae Grown Under Dynamic Light Conditions
Torsten Jakob, Heiko Wagner, Katja Stehfest, Christian Wilhelm

216. Non-photochemical-quenching Mechanisms in the Cyanobacterium Thermosynechococcus elongatus

Leyla Abasova, Clemence Boulay, Imre Vass, Diana Kirilovsky

217. Orange Carotenoid Protein (OCP) Related NPQ in Synechocystis PCC 6803 OCP-Phycobilisomes Interactions
Clémence Boulay, Adjélé Wilson, Diana Kirilovsky

218. Is qE Always the Major Component of Non-photochemical Quenching?
N. D'Ambrosio, C. R. Guadagno, A. Virzo De Santo

219. The Effect of pH on the Nonphotochemical Quenching of Chlorophyll Fluorescence of Thylakoid Membranes
Young-Jae Eu, Sujata R. Mishra, Ismayil S. Zulfugarov, Chin Bum Lee, Choon-Hwan Lee

220. Involvement of TSP9 Phosphoprotein in Balancing the Photosynthetic Light Harvesting Process in Arabidopsis thaliana

Rikard Fristedt, Inger Carlberg, Agnieszka Zygadlo, Henrik Vibe Scheller, Alexander V. Vener

221. Evidence for a Fast, Xanthophyll Cycle Independent NPQ Mechanism in the Diatom C. meneghiniana

Irina Grouneva, Torsten Jakob, Christian Wilhelm, Reimund Goss

222. Dissociation of Light-Harvesting Complex II from Photosystem II During State Transitions in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Masakazu Iwai, Jun Minagawa

223. Drought-Induced Ultra-Fast Fluorescence Quenching in Photosystem II in Lichens Revealed by Picosecond Time-Resolved Fluorescence Spectrophotometry
Masayuki Komura, Ikuko Iwasaki, Shigeru Itoh

224. Simulation of Excitation Energy Transfer within the PSI-LHCI/II Supercomplex from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Makio Yokono, Masakazu Iwai, Seiji Akimoto, Jun Minagawa

225. Dynamics of the Truncated Lutein Epoxide Cycle in Avocado (Persea americana L.); Implications for Efficiency of Light Harvesting
C. B. Osmond, B. Förster, B. J. Pogson

226. Carotenoid-Induced Non-photochemical Fluorescence Quenching in Phycobilisomes of the Cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
Marina Rakhimberdieva, Yulia Bolychevtseva, Irina Elanskaya, Navassard Karapetyan

227. Mechanisms of Photosynthetic Apparatus Acclimation of C4 Plants to Different Irradiances
Elžbieta Romanowska, Anna Drožak, Marta Powikrowska, Maksymilian Zienkiewicz, Berenika Pokorska

228. Analysis of the N-Terminal Domain of Chlorophyllide a Oxygenase by Random Mutagenesis
Yasuhito Sakuraba, Akihiro Yamasato, Ryouichi Tanaka, Ayumi Tanaka

229. Suppression of CP29 Causes Instability of the PSI-LHCI/II Supercomplex in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Under State 2 Conditions
Ryutaro Tokutsu, Masakazu Iwai, Jun Minagawa

16. Metabolite Transport and Intracellular Interactions

230. Photosynthetic Efficiency During the Cell Cycle of the Green Alga Desmodesmus armatus Reaches Maxima in G1 Phases and Minima in G1/S Transients
Krystyna Matusiak-Mikulin, Cecylia Tukaj, Zbigniew Tukaj

231. Multiple Factors Mediate the Cross Talk Between Mitochondrial Metabolism and Photosynthetic Carbon Assimilation: Roles of Photorespiratory CO2 and Ascorbate
K. Riazunnisa, L. Padmavathi, B. Sunil, Agepati S. Raghavendra

232. Localization and Functional Studies of the Arabidopsis Anion Transporter 1
Lorena Ruiz Pavón, Arti Mishra, Fredrik Lundh, Bengt L. Persson, Cornelia Spetea

233. Screening for Solute Transporters in Plant Photosynthetic Membranes
Cornelia Spetea, Lorena Ruiz Pavón, Sophie Thuswaldner, Björn Lundin, Fredrik Lundh, Bengt L. Persson, Benoît Schoefs, Iwona Adamska

234. Functional Analysis of Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain as a Dissipation System of Excess Light Energy
Keisuke Yoshida, Ichiro Terashima, Ko Noguchi

17. Biogenesis of Photosynthetic Apparatus

235. Analysis of the Effect of Elevated Cytokinin Content on the Photosynthetic Apparatus Using Blue Native PAGE
Anne Cortleven, Roland Valcke

236. Chlorophyll a Biosynthesis Under Anaerobic Environments in the Cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
Kei Minamizaki, Takeaki Goto, Yuichi Fujita

237. Functional Analysis of Two PsbP-Like (PPL) Proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana

Seiko Ishihara, Atsushi Takabayashi, Tsuyoshi Endo, Kentaro Ifuku, Fumihiko Sato

238. Slr1923 of Synechocystis 6803 Is Related to Chlorophyll a Metabolism
Md. Rafiqul Islam, Yasuhiro Kashino, Kazuhiko Satoh, Hiroyuki Koike

239. Gene Hunting by Complementation of Pooled Chlamydomonas Mutants
Xenie Johnson, Richard Kuras, Francis-André Wollman, Olivier Vallon

240. Thioredoxin Interactions of the Chloroplast Lumen of Arabidopsis thaliana Indicate a Redox Regulation of the Xanthophyll Cycle
Michael Hall, Wolfgang P. Schröder, Thomas Kieselbach

241. Preliminary Characterization of NADPH: Protochlorophyllide Oxidoreductase (POR) from the Cyanobacterium Gloeobacter violaceus

Rei Ikeda, Shinji Masuda, Tohru Tsuchiya, Mamoru Mimuro, Hiroyuki Ohta, Ken-ichiro Takamiya

242. Biochemical Analysis of Two Catalytic Components of Nitrogenase-Like Enzymes Protochlorophyllide Reductase and Chlorophyllide a Reductase from Rhodobacter capsulatus

Jiro Nomata, Masaharu Kitashima, Takuro Ogawa, Kazuhito Inoue, Yuichi Fujita

243. Isolation and Characterization of Genes Necessary for the Achievement of Rubisco Accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana

Taro Ogawa, Kenji Nishimura, Hiroki Ashida, Akiho Yokota

244. Excitation Pressure Regulates Variegation in the immutans Mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana

Dominic Rosso, Diego Saccon, Lori Schillaci, Shelly Wang, Wenze Li, Steven R. Rodermel, Denis P. Maxwell, Norman P. A. Huner

245. Importance of the Balance Between Protein Synthesis and Degradation in Chloroplasts Revealed by the Studies of Arabidopsis Yellow Variegated Mutants
Eiko Miura, Yusuke Kato, Wataru Sakamoto

246. The Function of MgDVP in a Chlorophyll d-Containing Organism
Martin Schliep, Min Chen, Anthony Larkum, Rosanne Quinnell

247. Knockout of AtFKBP13 Proves Degeneration of Prolyl Isomerase Activity in the Thylakoid Lumen of Arabidopsis thaliana

Alexey Shapiguzov, Björn Ingelsson, Alexander V. Vener

248. Chlorophyll Accumulation, Protochlorophyllide Formation and Prolamellar Body Conversion are Held Back in Wheat Leaves Exposed to High Salt Stress
Amal F. Abdelkader, Henrik Aronsson, Katalin Solymosi, Bela Böddi, Christer Sundqvist

249. Localization of Obg-Hflx and TrmE-Era Super Family Small GTPases in Various Organelles in Plant Cells
I. Nengah Suwastika, Masatsugu Denawa, Akira Hata, Ryosuke L. Ohniwa, Kunio Takeyasu, Takashi Shiina

250. Thermal Stability of Protein Import into Chloroplasts in Response to Temperature Stress
Siddhartha Dutta, Sasmita Mohanty, Baishnab C. Tripathy

251. CaS — A Novel Phosphoprotein in Thylakoids of Arabidopsis thaliana

Julia Vainonen, Virpi Paakkarinen, Eva-Mari Aro

252. Identification of a Chloroplast-Localized SAP Domain Containing Protein in Arabidopsis thaliana

Yusuke Yagi, Yoko Ishizaki, Takashi Shiina

253. Origin and Evolution of Photosynthetic Systems
John F. Allen, Carol A. Allen, Sujith Puthiyaveetil

254. Ketocarotenoids in Chlorosomes of the Acidobacterium Candidatus Chloracidobacterium Thermophilum
Amaya M. Garcia Costas M. Garcia Costas, Joel E. Graham, Donald A. Bryant

255. Conversion of Chl a into Chl d by Heat-Treated Papain
Sohjiro Fukuyo, Shunsuke Ohashi, Koji Iwamoto, Yoshihiro Shiraiwa, Masami Kobayashi

256. Origin and Evolution of Photosynthesis: Clues from Genome Comparison
Armen Y. Mulkidjanian, Eugene V. Koonin, Kira S. Makarova, Robert Haselkorn, Michael Y. Galperin

257. Origin and Evolution of Photosynthesis: Clues from Genome Comparison
Shunsuke Ohashi, Tohru Tsuchiya, Koji Iwamoto, Hideaki Miyashita, Tadashi Watanabe, Yoshihiro Shiraiwa, Mamoru Mimuro, Masami Kobayashi

258. A Bacterial-Type Sensor Kinase Couples Electron Transport to Gene Expression in Chloroplasts
Sujith Puthiyaveetil, John F. Allen

259. Inorganic Complexes Enabled the Onset of Life and Oxygenic Photosynthesis
Michael J. Russell, John F. Allen, Milner-White E. James

260. Evolution of the Light Responsive psbD Promoter in Chloroplast
S. Shimmura, M. Nozoe, T. Shiina

GUN1 (GENOMES UNCOUPLED1) Encodes a Pentatricopeptide Repeat (PPR) Protein Involved in Plastid Protein Synthesis-Responsive Retrograde Signaling to the Nucleus
Amanda J. Cottage, Ellie K. Mott, Jun-Hui Wang, James A. Sullivan, Dan MacLean, Linh Tran, Mun-Kit Choy, Christine Newell, Tony A. Kavanagh, Sue Aspinall, John C. Gray

262. Visualization of Rubisco-Containing Bodies Derived from Chloroplasts in Living Cells of Arabidopsis
Hiroyuki Ishida, Kohki Yoshimoto, Daniel Reisen, Amane Makino, Yoshinori Ohsumi, Maureen R. Hanson, Tadahiko Mae

263. PPR Proteins Function as a Trans-Factor in Chloroplast RNA Editing
Kenji Okuda, Toshiharu Shikanai

264. A Robust Method for Determination of Chlorophyll Intermediates by Tandem Mass Spectrometry
Michael Moulin, Alison G. Smith

20. Photosynthesis a Fundamental Tool for Modern Agriculture and Forestry

265. Genetic Engineering of “C4 Rice”: Expression of Maize PEP Carboxykinase in Rice Mesophyll Chloroplast to Raise CO2 Concentration and Photosynthesis
Yu-rong Huang, Yujia Wu, Katsura Izui, Maurice S. B. Ku

266. Developmental Changes in Leaf Photosynthesis and Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Rice Cultivated in Venezuela: Historical Trends Over the Past 50 Years
Alejandro J. Pieters, Shaybeth Irazábal, Eduardo Graterol, Geraldinee Bernal, Malfy Benitez

267. Harnessing Photosynthesis in Tomorrow’s World: Humans, Crop Production and Poverty Alleviation
John E. Sheehy, Anaida B. Ferrer, P. L. MitchelMitchell

268. Transgenic Rice Expressing Cyanobacterial Bicarbonate Transporter Exhibited Enhanced Photosynthesis, Growth and Grain Yield
Shih-May Yang, Chia-Yen Chang, Makoto Yanagisawa, Il Park, Tung-Hai Tseng, Maurice S. B. Ku

269. Transgenic Rice Expressing Cyanobacterial Bicarbonate Transporter Exhibited Enhanced Photosynthesis, Growth and Grain Yield
Shih-May Yang, Chia-Yen Chang, Makoto Yanagisawa, Il Park, Tung-Hai Tseng, Maurice S. B. Ku

21. Artificial Photosynthesis

270. Visible Light Induced Water Oxidation in Photosynthesis from Green Plants
Yutaka Amao, Ami Ohashi

De novo Peptides Modeling the Binding Sites of [4Fe-4S] Clusters in Photosystem I
Mikhail L. Antonkine, Christoph Breitenstein, Boris Epel, Eckhard Bill, Wolfgang Gärtner, Wolfgang Lubitz

272. Designing Artificial Photosynthesis: Production of a Light-Activated Metalloprotein
Brendon Conlan, Warwick Hillier, Tom Wydrzynski

273. Charge Separation and Charge Compensation in Artificial Photosynthetic Complexes
Ann Magnuson, Reiner Lomoth, Magnus Falkenström, Gerriet Eilers, Olof Johansson, Magnus Anderlund, Stenbjörn Styring, Leif Hammarstr

274. Sensitization of Light-Induced Charge Separation in Photosystem I by Synthetic Fluorescent Dyes
Akimasa Nakamura, Shinji Mizoguchi, Yoshitaka Miyajima, Yuki Kato, Tadashi Watanabe

275. Improvement of Nitrogenase-Based Photobiological Hydrogen Production by Cyanobacteria by Gene Engineering Hydrogenases and Homocitrate Synthase
H. Sakurai, H. Masukawa, Xh Zhang, H. Ikeda, K. Inoue

276. Oxygen Evolving Reactions by Synthetic Manganese Complexes
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