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Photosynthesis pp 635-664 | Cite as

The Interphotosystem Cytochrome-b6f Complex and the Related Cytochrome-bc1 Complex

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

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Photosynthetic Bacterium Heme Iron Spinach Chloroplast Proton Translocation Rieske Protein 
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    EA Berry, M Guergova-Kuras, L-S Huang and AR Crofts (2000) Structure and function of cyt bc complexes. Annu Rev Biochemistry 69: 1005–1075CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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