Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria

Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria

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Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria is a comprehensive volume describing all aspects of non-oxygen-evolving photosynthetic bacteria. The 62 chapters are organized into themes of: Taxonomy, physiology and ecology; Molecular structure of pigments and cofactors; Membrane and cell wall structure: Antenna structure and function; Reaction center structure and electron/proton pathways; Cyclic electron transfer; Metabolic processes; Genetics; Regulation of gene expression, and applications. The chapters have all been written by leading experts and present in detail the current understanding of these versatile microorganisms.
The book is intended for use by advanced undergraduate and graduate students and senior researchers in the areas of microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, biophysics and biotechnology.
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  • Paperback | 1343 pages
  • 203.2 x 266.7 x 50.8mm | 2,263.41g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1995 ed.
  • XLVIII, 1343 p. In 2 volumes, not available separately.
  • 0792336828
  • 9780792336822

Table of contents

Preface. Color Plates. Part I: Taxonomy, Physiology and Ecology. 1. Taxonomy and Physiology of Phototrophic Purple Bacteria and Green Sulfur Bacteria; J.F. Imhoff. 2. Taxonomy, Physiology and Ecology of Heliobacteria; M.T. Madigan, J.G. Ormerod. 3. Taxonomy and Physiology of Filamentous Anoxygenic Phototrophs; B.K. Pierson, R.W. Castenholz. 4. Ecology of Phototrophic Sulfur Bacteria; H. Van Gemerden, J. Mas. 5. Ecology of Thermophilic Anoxygenic Phototrophs; R.W. Castenholz, B.K. Pierson. 6. Aerobic Anoxygenic Phototrophs; K. Shimada. 7. Bacteriochlorophyll-Containing Rhizobium Species; D.E. Fleischman, et al. Part II: Molecular Structure and Biosynthesis of Pigments and Cofactors. 8. Biosynthesis and Structures of the Bacteriochlorophylls; M.O. Senge, K.M. Smith. 9. Biosynthesis and Structures of Porphyrins and Hemes; S.I. Beale. 10. Lipids, Quinones and Fatty Acids of Anoxygenic Phototrophic Bacteria; J.M. Imhoff, U. Bias-Imhoff. Part III: Membrane and Cell Wall Architecture and Organization. 11. Anoxygenic Phototrophic Bacteria: Model Organisms for Studies on Cell Wall Macromolecules; J. Weckesser, et al. 12. Structure, Molecular Organization, and Biosynthesis of Membranes of Purple Bacteria; G. Drews, J.R. Golecki. 13. Membranes and Chlorosomes of Green Bacteria: Structure, Composition and Development; J. Oelze, J.R. Golecki. 14. Organization of Electron Transfer Components and Supercomplexes; A. Vermeglio, et al. Part IV: Antenna Structure and Function. 15. Theory of Electronic EnergyTransfer; W.S. Struve. 16. Structure and Organization of Purple Bacterial Antenna Complexes; H. Zuber, R.J. Cogdell. 17. Kinetics of Excitation Transfer and Trapping in Purple Bacteria; V. Sundstroem, R. van Grondelle. 18. Singlet Energy Transfer from Carotenoids to Bacteriochlorophylls; H.A. Frank, R.L. Christensen. 19. Coupling of Antennas to Reaction Centers; A. Freiberg. 20. Antenna Complexes from Green Photosynthetic Bacteria; R.E. Blankenship, et al. 21. Structure-Function Relationships in Core Light-Harvesting Complexes (LHI) as Determined by Characterization of the Structural Subunit and by Reconstitution Experiments; P.A. Loach, P.S. Parkes-Loach. 22. Genetic Manipulation of the Antenna Complexes of Purple Bacteria; C.N. Hunter. Part V: Reaction Center Structure, Electron and Proton Transfer Pathways. 23. The Structures of Photosynthetic Reaction Centers from Purple Bacteria as Revealed by X-Ray Crystallography; C.R.D. Lancaster, et al. 24. The Pathway, Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Electron Transfer in Wild Type and Mutant Reaction Centers of Purple Nonsulfur Bacteria; N.W. Woodbury, J.P. Allen. 25. Theoretical Analyses of Electron-Transfer Reactions; W.W. Parson, A. Warshel. 26. Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer Reactions of QGBPY/YGBP in Reaction Centers from Photosynthetic Bacteria; M.Y. Okamura, G. Feher. 27. The Recombination Dynamics of the Radical Pair P+H- in External Magnetic and Electric Fields; M. Volk, et al. 28. Infrared Vibrational Spectroscopy of Reaction Centers; W. Mantele.
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`The editors have done an excellent job to break down the huge package of information into well co-ordinated pieces. ... The technical quality of the presentations, especially the colour plates is excellent and the publication has been very fast ... In conclusion, the book is without any doubt the best which is available on the book market in the field of anoxygenic photosynthetic bacteria. This volume is obligatory in all laboratories working in that field, and even those photosynthesis researchers, who use oxygenic organisms, will profit a lot from the papers in that book.'
Journal of Plant Physiology, 149 (1996)
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