Remembering Gerald J. Small (1941–2004), who tackled everything in life with an intense and enviable passion

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Jankowiak, R., Seibert, M. Remembering Gerald J. Small (1941–2004), who tackled everything in life with an intense and enviable passion. Photosynth Res 83, 5–9 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11120-004-6329-0

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