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Photosynthesis pp 101-110 | Cite as

The Stable Primary Electron Acceptor (QA) of Photosynthetic Bacteria

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

Keywords

Reaction Center Photosynthetic Bacterium Photochemical Activity Midpoint Potential Bacterial Reaction Center 
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    RK Clayton (1980) Photosynthesis: Physical Mechanisms and Chemical Patterns. Cambridge Univ PressGoogle Scholar
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    MY Okamura, G Feher, and N Nelson, (1982) Reaction centers. In: Govindjee (ed) Photosynthesis, Vol 1. Energy Conversion by Plants and Bacteria, pp 195–272. Acad PressGoogle Scholar
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    RC Prince and PL Dutton (1978) Protonation and the reducing potential of the primary electron acceptor. In: RK Clayton and WR Sistrom (eds) Photosynthetic Bacteria, pp 439–453. Plenum pressGoogle Scholar
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    G Feher (1992) Identification and characterization of the primary donor in bacterial photosynthesis: a chronological account of an EPR/ENDOR investigation (The Bruker Lecture) J Chem Soc Perkin Trans 2:1861–1874Google Scholar

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