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Photosynthesis pp 179-198 | Cite as

The Secondary Electron Donor of Photosynthetic Bacteria the Cytochromes

Part of the Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration book series (AIPH, volume 10)

Keywords

Photosynthetic Bacterium Midpoint Potential Primary Electron Donor Mammalian Cytochrome Heme Orientation 
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For Further Reading

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    W Nitschke and SM Dracheva (1995) Reaction center associated cytochromes. In: RE Blankenship, MT Madigan and CE Bauer (eds) Anoxygenic Photosynthesis, pp 776–805. KluwerGoogle Scholar
  2. R2.
    DM Tiede and PL Dutton (1993) Electron transfer between bacterial reaction centers and mobile c-type cyto-chromes. In: JR Norris and H Deisenhofer (eds) The Photosynthetic Reaction Centers. Vol 1, pp 257–288. Acad PressGoogle Scholar
  3. R3.
    JM Olson and JP Thornber (1979) Photosynthetic reaction centers. In: RA Capaldi (ed) Membrane Proteins in Energy Transduction. pp 279–340. DekkerGoogle Scholar

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