Progress in Photosynthesis Research

Volume 3 Proceedings of the VIIth International Congress on Photosynthesis Providence, Rhode Island, USA, August 10–15, 1986

  • J. Biggins

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXV
  2. Proton ATP-ase

    1. Susanne Bickel-Sandkötter, Heike Schüll
      Pages 17-20
    2. Heinrich Strotmann, Sigrid Niggemeyer, Abdel-Rahman Mansy
      Pages 29-36
    3. Graham D. Noctor, John D. Mills
      Pages 49-52
    4. William J. Patrie, Donald Miles
      Pages 53-56
    5. Mark L. Richter, James D. Lampton, Richard E. McCarty
      Pages 57-60
    6. Ingrid J. Apel, Robert R. Sharp, Wayne D. Frasch
      Pages 71-74
    7. R. H. Vallejos, J. L. Arana, R. A. Ravizzini, A. M. Viale
      Pages 79-86
    8. C. Carmeli, R. Hiller, P. D. Boyer
      Pages 123-126
  3. Electrochemical Proton Gradients and ATP Synthesis

    1. J. B. Jackson, J. F. Myatt, M. A. Taylor, N. P. J. Cotton
      Pages 127-132
    2. Wolfgang Junge, Gerald Schoenknecht, Holger Lill
      Pages 133-140
    3. Mordechay Schonfeld, Bente Sloth Kopeliovitch, Hedva Schickler
      Pages 153-156
    4. Y. De Kouchkovsky, C. Sigalat, F. Haraux
      Pages 169-172
    5. Ulrike Junesch, Peter Gräber
      Pages 173-176
    6. Peter Gräber, Ulrike Junesch, Gerlinda Thulke
      Pages 177-184
    7. M. Virgili, D. Pietrobon, G. Venturoli, B. A. Melandri
      Pages 193-200
    8. Roger Hangarter, Patricia Grandoni, Donald R. Ort
      Pages 205-212
    9. Y. Z. Li, Z. Y. Du, J. Wei, B. J. Guo, Y. Q. Hong, B. X. Tong
      Pages 217-220
    10. Irma Romero, Juan Quinto, Heliodoro Celis
      Pages 225-228
    11. Karl Knobloch, Helmut Vigenschow, Hans-Martin Schwarm
      Pages 229-232

About this book


These Proceedings comprise the majority of the scientific contributions that were presented at the VIIth International Congress on Photosynthesis. The Congress was held August 10-15 1986 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA on the campus of Brown University, and was the first in the series to be held on the North American continent. Despite the greater average travel distances involved the Congress was attended by over 1000 active participants of whom 25% were registered students. This was gratifying and indicated that photosynthesis will be weIl served by excellent young scientists in the future. As was the case for the VIth International Congress held in Brussels, articles for these Proceedings were delivered camera ready to expedite rapid publication. In editing the volumes it was interesting to re fleet on the impact that the recent advances in structure and molecular biology had in this Congress. It is clear that cognizance of structure and molecular genetics will be even more necessary in the design of experiments and the direction of future research.


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Editors and affiliations

  • J. Biggins
    • 1
  1. 1.Division of Biology and MedicineBrown UniversityProvidenceUSA

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
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  • Print ISBN 978-94-017-0518-9
  • Online ISBN 978-94-017-0516-5
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