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Photoactivation of Enzymes

  • Daniel H. Hug

Abstract

The molecular basis for the transduction of a light stimulus to a biological response has not been fully explained in any organism. Vision, photomotion, photoperiodism, photomorphogenesis, and photoregulation of rhythms are examples of responses currently under investigation. Amplification is necessary to increase the light signal adequately to give the observed response. Galston (1974) named four biological components that might form the basis for amplification: membrane, hormone, gene, and enzyme.

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Nitrate Reductase Pineal Gland Nitrate Reductase Activity Light Activation Visual Excitation 
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  • Daniel H. Hug
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  1. 1.Bacteriology Research LaboratoryVeterans Administration Medical CenterIowa CityUSA
  2. 2.Department of Internal MedicineUniversity of IowaIowa CityUSA

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