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Photosynthesis pp 111-128 | Cite as

The Secondary Electron Acceptor (QB) of Photosynthetic Bacteria

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

Keywords

Proton Transfer Photosynthetic Bacterium Bacterial Reaction Center Water Chain Quinone Pool 
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    WW Parson (1987) The bacterial reaction center. In: J Amesz (ed) Photosynthesis, pp 43–61. ElsevierGoogle Scholar
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    MY Okamura and G Feher (1992) Proton transfer in reaction centers from photosynthetic bacteria. Annu Rev Biochemistry 61: 861–896CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    G Feher (1998) Three decades of research in bacterial photosynthesis and the road leading to it: A personal account. Photosynthesis Research 55: 1–40Google Scholar

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