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Similarities of the primary charge seperation in the photosynthesis of Rhodobacter sphaeroides and Rodopseudomanas viridis

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
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  • Biologie
  • Ddc:570
  • Chemistry


Similarities of the primary charge seperation in the photosynthesis of Rhodobacter Μ-Ε. Michel-Beyerle (Editor) Reaction Centers of Photosynthetic Bacteria Feldafing-II-Meeting With 165 Figures Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg NewYork London Paris Tokyo Hong Kong Barcelona Contents P A R T I Native Reaction Centers: Structure and Spectroscopy F. R E I S S - H U S S O N , B. A R N O U X , A. D U C R U I X , M. R O T H , M. P I C A U D and C . A S T I E R : Reaction Center from Wild Type Y Rhodobacter sphaeroides: Primary Structure of the L and Μ Subunits; Carotenoid and Detergent Structures in the Three-Dimensional Crystals 3 Q. Z H O U , T . A. M A T T I O L I and B. R O B E R T Probing Reaction Center Asymmetry Using Low Temperature Absorption Spectroscopy of Rhodobacter sphaeroides Reaction Centers Containing Bacteriophcophytin Anions 11 A. V E R M E G L I O , D. G A R C I A and J . B R E T O N Cytochrome Arrangement in Reaction Centers of Different Species of Photosynthetic Bacteria 19 W. M Ä N T E L E , M. L E O N H A R D , Μ. B A U S C H E R , Ε. N A B E D R Y K , J. B R E T O N and D.A. MOSS Infrared Difference Spectroscopy of Electrochemically Generated Redox States in Bacterial Reaction Centers 31 E . J . L O U S , M. H U B E R , R . A . I SAACSON and G . F E H E R E P R and E N D O R Studies of the Oxidized Primary Donor in Single Crystals of Reaction Centers of Rhodobacter sphaeroides R-26 45 F . L E N D Z I A N , B. E N D E W A R D , Μ. P L A T O , D. B U M A N N , W. L U B I T Z and K . MÖBIUS E N D O R and T R I P L E Resonance Investigation of the Primary Donor Cation Radical P £ 6 5 in Single Crystals of Rhodobacter sphaeroides R-26 Reaction Centers 57 A . A N G E R H O F E R , J . G R E I S , V . A U S T , J . U . V O N S C H Ü T Z and H . C . W O L F Triplet State A D M R of Bacterial Reaction Centers at Low Transition Frequencies 69 S. B U C H A N A N and H. M I C H E L Investigation of Quinone Reducti

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