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Photosynthesis, two centuries after its discovery by Joseph Priestley

Proceedings of the IInd International Congress on Photosynthesis Research Stresa, June 24 – 29, 1971 Volume 2 Ion transport and phosphorylation

  • Editors
  • Giorgio Forti
  • Mordhay Avron
  • Andrea Melandri
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXIII
  2. The Relation of Light Induced Reactions of Isolated Chloroplasts to Proton Concentrations

  3. The High-Energy State in Chloroplasts and Chromatophores

    1. A. R. Crofts, J. B. Jackson, E. H. Evans, R. J. Cogdell
      Pages 873-902
  4. Correlation Between Electrical Events and ATP-Generation in the Functional Membrane of Photosynthesis

  5. The Effect of ADP, ATP and DIO-9 on the H+/e- Ratio in Spinach Chloroplasts

  6. Relationship Between Ion Transport Phenomena and Phosphorylation in Chloroplasts

  7. On Metastable States of Carotenoids in Primary Events of Photosynthesis

  8. Energization of the Chloroplast Membrane as Revealed by Fluorescent Probes

  9. Investigations on pH-Dependent and Energy-Linked Delayed Light Emission in Chloroplasts

    1. C. A. Wraight, G. P. B. Kraan, N. M. Gerrits
      Pages 951-961
  10. Ion Gradient Effects in the Stimulation of Delayed Light from Chloroplasts

  11. The Effect of Antimycin a and 1:10 — Phenanthroline on Rapid h+-Uptake by Chromatophores from Rhodopseudomonas Spheroides

  12. Two Fluorescent Probes Reflecting Different Light-Induced Processes in Rhodospirillum Rubrum Chromatophores

  13. In-Situ Thermodynamic and Kinetic Characterisation of Components of Photosynthetic Electron Transport in RPS. Spheroides

  14. The Redox Potential Dependence of Coupled Electron Flow in Chromatophores from Rhodopseudomonas Spheroides

  15. ß-Bromo-ß-Nitrostyrene: A New Energy Transfer Inhibitor in Chloroplast Photophosphorylation

  16. Hydrogen and Proton Transfer Across the Chloroplast Envelope

    1. U. Heber, G. H. Krause
      Pages 1023-1033
  17. The Determination of ΔpH in Chloroplasts and Subchloroplast Particles

    1. H. Rottenberg, T. Grunwald, S. Schuldiner, M. Avron
      Pages 1035-1047
  18. Photosynthetic Electron Flow and Associated Changes in Electrical Potential and Resistance of Cytoplasmic Membranes in Green Plant Cells

  19. Proton Flux and ATP Formation in Chloroplasts

    1. A. T. Jagendorf
      Pages 1057-1064
  20. On the Molecular Mechanisms of Passive and Active Ion Translocation Across the Thylakoid Membrane

  21. Functions of Enolphosphates and Epoxycarotenoids in Photophosphorylation

    1. A. Yasnikov, B. Berstein, A. Dubrovskaya, N. Zaitzeva, L. Mushketik, A. Okanenko et al.
      Pages 1075-1080
  22. The Effect of Dinactin on Potassium Transport in Chloroplasts

    1. Ch. Pflugshaupt, R. Bachofen
      Pages 1081-1085
  23. Electrochromic Measurements in Vitro as a Test for the Interpretation of Field Indicating Absorption Changes in Photosynthesis

  24. Resolution and Reconstitution of the System of Photophosphorylation

    1. E. Racker, G. A. Hauska, S. Lien, R. J. Berzborn, N. Nelson
      Pages 1097-1113
  25. Hypothesis for a Mechanism of Energy Transduction Sigmoidal Kinetics of Chloroplast’s Heat-Activated Atpase

  26. The Relationship of DCCD-Membrane Interaction to Coupling Factor Function in the Proton Pump

  27. Factors Affecting the Light Induction of ATP Hydrolysis in the Dark by “Class II” Chloroplasts

  28. Some Properties of Coupling Factor (CF) Extracted from Spinach Chloroplasts

    1. G. Girault, J. Kleo, J. M. Galmiche
      Pages 1145-1150
  29. Membrane-Bound Phosphate in Chromatophores of Rhodospirillum Rubrum

  30. Membrane-Bound Phosphate in Chromatophores of Rhodospirillum Rubrum

  31. Energy Transduction in Photosynthetic Bacteria

    1. B. A. Melandri, A. Baccarini-Melandri
      Pages 1169-1183
  32. Energy Transduction in Photosynthetic Bacteria

    1. A. Baccarini Melandri, B. A. Melandri
      Pages 1185-1193
  33. A Chlamydomonas Reinhardi Mutant with No Photosynthetic ATP Forming Capacity

    1. V. L. Sato, R. P. Levine, J. Neumann
      Pages 1195-1202
  34. Coupling Factor Capabilities with Chormatophore Fragments from Rhodospirillum Rubrum

    1. B. C. Johansson, M. Baltscheffsky, H. Baltscheffsky
      Pages 1203-1209
  35. Non Cyclic Electron Transport and Photophosphorylation in Rhodospirillum Rubrum Chromatohores

  36. On the Interaction of ATP with the Energy Conservation System in Chloroplasts

  37. Energy-Linked Reactions in Photosynthetic Bacteria VIII. Role of Energy-Linked Reactions in the Cell

  38. Catalytic Properties and Regulatory Behavior of Cytoplasmic Pyrophosphatases of Nonsulfur Purple Photosynthetic Bacteria

  39. Properties of a Phospholipid-Dependent Inorganic Pyrophosphatase (PPASE) in Rhodospirillum Rubrum Membranes

  40. Cyclic Photophosphorylation

    1. G. Forti, L. Rosa
      Pages 1261-1270
  41. Two Sites for ATP Formation in Photosynthetic Electron Transport Mediated by Photosystem I. Evidence from Digitonin Subchloroplast Particles and Chloroplasts

  42. Role of Cyclic Photophosphorylation in Photosynthetic Carbon Dioxide Assimilation by Isolated Chloroplasts

  43. Effects of 2-Methoxy-4,6-BIS (Ethylamino)-1,3,5-Triazine on Oxygen Evolution and Cyclic Photophosphorylation in Scenedesmus

  44. Effect of Magnesium Ions on Two Stages Phosphorylation and on the Formation of an Hypothetical High Energy Phosphorylated Compound (X-P) Precursor of ATP

  45. Effect of Dio-9 on Electron Transport in Chloroplasts Depleted of Endogenous Pi

  46. Activation of Photosynthetic Electron Transport by Phosphate Related to Phosphate Translocation across the Thylakoid Membrane

  47. Comparative Estimation of Cyclic and Noncyclic Photophosphorylation in N2 by Ankistrodesmus Braunii In Vivo

  48. The Phosphate Translocator of Spinach Chloroplasts

    1. K. Werdan, H. W. Heldt
      Pages 1337-1344
  49. Differentiation of the Permeability Properties of the Two Membranes of the Chloroplast Envelope

  50. Correlation of the Stoichiometry of Photophosphorylation with the Integrity of Isolated Spinach Chloroplasts

About these proceedings

Introduction

The Second International Congress on Photosynthesis Research took place in Stresa, Italy during June 24-29, 1971; two centuries after the discovery of Photosynthesis by Joseph Priestley in 1771. This important anniversary was celebrated at the Congress by a learned account of Priestley's life and fundamental discoveries given by Professor Robin HILL, F. R. S. Professor HILL's lecture opens the first of the three volumes which contains the contributions presented at the Congress. The manuscripts have been distributed into three volumes. Volume I con­ tains contributions in the areas of primary reactions and electron transport; Volume II ion transport and photophosphorylation, and Volume III carbon assimilation, regulatory phenomena, developmental aspects, and from the two special sessions of the Congress devoted to evolution and photorespiration. It is realized that this division is necessarily somewhat arbitrary since many contributions relate to more than one of the above mentioned titles. However, the large number of contributions (over 3000 typed pages) made it impossible to publish the proceedings in less than three volumes. The printing of these volumes and the organization of the Congress were made possible by a contribution from the Consigio Nazionale delle Ricerche of Italy. The generous support of the Istituto Lombardo Acca­ demia di Scienze e Lettere to the publication of these proceedings is gratefully acknowledged. The editors wish to express their appreciation to all the scientists who contributed the results of the investigations, for their coopera­ tion; and to Drs.

Keywords

Chloroplast Nucleotide Protein photosynthesis transport

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-2938-4
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1972
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
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  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-2940-7
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