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Photosynthesis: Structure of the Membrane and Membrane Proteins

  • J. Amesz
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 47)

Abstract

Earlier reviews in this series primarily discussed electron transport processes in photosynthesis. This is an area of study where rapid progress has occurred during the last 10 or 20 years, and significant advances have again been made since the previous review was written. One area that has been extensively studied in recent years concerns the mechanism of oxygen evolution, a subject that was also discussed at some length 2 years ago (AMESZ 1983). For the first time, evidence is now available concerning the chemical identity of the electron carrier Z that connects the oxygen-evolving complex with the primary electron donor of photosystem II (DEKKER et al. 1984a, O’MALLEY and BABCOCK 1984, DINER and DeVITRY 1984). Moreover, direct evidence has been obtained that manganese functions as the redox center for the oxygen evolving complex (DEKKER et al. 1984b,c, see also DISMUKES and SIDERER 1981) and insight in the roles of Ca2+ and C1- ions and of some of the peptides that are part of the photosystem II complex in oxygen evolution is emerging now (see Sect. 3a).

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Reaction Center Apparent Molecular Weight Photosynthetic Bacterium Purple Bacterium Green Sulfur Bacterium 
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  • J. Amesz
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of BiophysicsHuygens Laboratory of the State UniversityLeidenThe Netherlands

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