Photosynthesis: Mechanisms and Effects

Photosynthesis: Mechanisms and Effects : Volume I Proceedings of the XIth International Congress on Photosynthesis, Budapest, Hungary, August 17-22, 1998

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Photosynthesis is a process on which virtually all life on Earth depends. To answer the basic questions at all levels of complexity, from molecules to ecosystems, and to establish correlations and interactions between these levels, photosynthesis research - perhaps more than any other discipline in biology - requires a multidisciplinary approach. Congresses probably provide the only forums where progress throughout the whole field can be overviewed. The Congress proceedings give faithful pictures of recent advances in photosynthesis research and outline trends and perspectives in all areas, ranging from molecular events to aspects of photosynthesis on the global scale. The Proceedings Book, a set of 4 (or 5) volumes, is traditionally highly recognized and intensely quoted in the literature, and is found on the shelves of most senior scientists in the field and in all major libraries.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 4034 pages
  • 312.42 x 414.02 x 215.9mm | 7,529.59g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1998 ed.
  • CXV, 4034 p. In 5 volumes, not available separately.
  • 0792355474
  • 9780792355472

Table of contents

1. Structure and Functions of Antenna Complexes I. 2. Structure and Functions of Antenna Complexes II. 3. Reaction Centers I. Green-Sulfur and Heliobacteria; Photosystem I. 4. Reaction Centers II. Purple Bacteria and Photoystem II. 5. Oxygen Evolution. 6. Cytochrome Complexes; Soluble Electron Transfer Proteins. 7. Energy Transduction; ATP Synthase. 8. Functions of Lipids and Architecture of Membranes. 9. Auxiliary and Regulatory Enzymes in Chloroplasts. 10. UV-B and Visible Light Stress. 11. Physiology of Plants Under Biotic and Abiotic Stress. 12. Light Sensory Systems; Metabolic Signals. 13. Photosynthetic Genes. I. Prokaryotes. 14. Photosynthetic Genes. II. Eukaryotes. 15. Biosynthesis and Assembly. I. Proteins. 16. Biosynthesis and Assembly. II. Pigments. 17. CO2 Entry, Concentration and Fixation. 18. Metabolic Pathways. 19. Molecular Physiology. 20. Photosynthesis and Agricultural Production; Herbicides. 21. Ecological Aspects. 22. Biotechnological Applications. 23. Artificial Systems. 24. Emerging Techniques. 25. Educational Aspects. Index.
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