The Photosystems: Structure, Function and Molecular Biology
- J. Barber, Department of Biochemistry, AFRC Photosynthesis Research Group, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London SW7 2AY, UK
- Published: March 1992
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISBN: 978-0-444-89440-3
these six chapters represent the most comprehensive and up-to-date review of photosystem two in the literature... a valuable addition to the literature...very readable
...a comprehensive and up-to-date specialist text... highly recommended for research students...as a reference source...advanced undergraduates
ASLIB Book Guide
...recommended for all scientists and advanced students who look for competent and complete information on plant photosystems.
Jnl. of Plant Physiology
...scientists and engineers working in the field of solar energy would gain an appreciation for some of the most successful solar powered molecular machines on Earth...I recommend it to those interested in solar energy materials who wish an in-depth look at the current understanding of photosynthesis.
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Table of Contents
Foreword to Volume 11 by Lord Porter, OM, FRS. Preface by J. Barber.
List of Contributors.
Obituaries: R. Hill by F.R. Whatley.
M. Avron by A. Jagendorf and Z. Gromet-Elhanan.D. DeVault by M. Seibert.Chapters 1. An Introduction to Plant and Bacterial Photosystems (R. Cogdell and R. Malkin). 2. Thermodynamics of Light Energy Conversion (L.N. Bell and N.D. Gudkov). 3. Energy Transfer and Trapping in Photosystem II (G. Renger). 4. The Molecular Biology of Photosystem II (J.M. Erickson and J-D. Rochaix). 5. Oxygen Evolution (A.W. Rutherford, J-L. Zimmermann and A. Boussac). 6. Protein Engineering of Photosystem II (H.B. Pakrasi and W.F.J. Vermaas). 7. Thermoluminescence in the Study of Photosystem II (I. Vass and Y. Inoue). 8. Dynamics of Photosystem II: Mechanism of Photoinhibition and Recovery Processes (O. Prasil, N. Adir and I. Ohad). 9. Herbicides of Photosystem II (W. Oettmeier). 10. Heat Shock Proteins in Plants: An Approach to Understanding the Function of Plastid Heat Shock Proteins (E. Kruse and K. Kloppstech). 11. Photosystem I: Composition, Organization and Structure (O. Almog, G. Shoham and R. Nechushtai). 12. Energy Transfer and Trapping in Photosystem I (P. Sétif). 13. Molecular Biology of Photosystem I (Donald A. Bryant). Subject Index.