The Photosystems: Structure, Function and Molecular BiologyEdited by
- J. Barber, Department of Biochemistry, AFRC Photosynthesis Research Group, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London SW7 2AY, UK
Topics in Photosynthesis
Published: March 1992
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.
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells