By John N. Phillips, John L. Huppatz (auth.), C. Sybesma (eds.)
The 6th overseas Congress on Photosynthesis happened from 1 to six August 1983, at the Campus of the "Vrije Universiteit Brussel", in Brussels, Belgium. those lawsuits include lots of the clinical contributions provided throughout the Congress. The Brussels Congress used to be the biggest so far held within the sequence of foreign Congresses on Photosynthesis. It counted over 1100 lively individuals. The organizers attempted to lessen the negative aspects of the sort of huge dimension via making greatest use of the facili ties to be had on a school campus. so much contributions have been provided within the type of posters that have been displayed in a considerable variety of school rooms. The dialogue classes, two times an afternoon, 4 or 5 in parallel, came about in classrooms within the very area of those study rooms. during this approach it was once tried to generate the ambience of a small assembly. The harmony of the topic Photosynthesis used to be preserved within the ten plenary lectures, organ~sed in this type of approach common assessment of 2 various subject matters was once given on a daily basis. moreover, there have been the 5 occasions 4 parallel symposia facing a few six teenager normal issues. each editor of lawsuits of a congress is confronted with the matter of enhancing and arranging the contributions, an issue compounded by means of the broad variety and the big variety of the 753 manuscripts.
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Wraight, 1979), interacting with the plastosemiquinone anion then formed. 3. Charge transfer interactions. Ureas and triazines formed charge-transfer bands in the presence of strong electronic acceptor such as tetracyanoethylene or chloranil. However, no amino-acid residues possess a suffisient electronic affinity to support the in vivo relevance of this kind of mechanism. 4. Interactions of guinones and semiguinones anion. Trimethyl p benzoquinone was weakly interacting with phenols, either by hydrogen bonding and charge transfer complexing, in a quinhydrone-like complex.
Wraight CA (1979) Electron acceptors of bacterial photosynthetic reaction centers. II. H+ binding coupled to secondary electron transfer in the quinone acceptor complex, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 548, 309. 1. 25 BINDING OF RADIOACTIVELY LABELLED DCMU IN DEPENDENCE OF THE REDOX STATE OF THE PHOTOSYSTEM II ACCEPTOR SIDE. H. LAASCH, U. SCHREIBER AND W. URBACH Botanisches Institut, Universitat Wurzburg, FRG 1. INTRODUCTION There is increasing evidence that inhibitor binding at the PS II acceptor side is dependent on the redox-state of the acceptor complex (Velthuys 1981; Lavergne 1982 a).
MATERIALS AND METHODS The experiments were carried out with freshly shocked intact chloroplasts as previously described (Laascs et al. 1983). Chloroplasts were oark adapted for at least 3 hours at 0 C and preincubated for 10 min in the 5 mM NH OH. reaction medium in the presence of 50 ~M K (FeCN) and The single-turnover light-flashes were appli~d with 6a Strobotac Xenon flash lamp. For details of the radioisotope binding method see Laasch et al. 1981. 3. 1 shows that the binding of (14C)-DCMU to spinach chloroplasts depends strongly on the number of preilluminating flashes before DCMU addition.
Advances in Photosynthesis Research: Proceedings of the VIth International Congress on Photosynthesis, Brussels, Belgium, August 1–6, 1983. Volume IV by John N. Phillips, John L. Huppatz (auth.), C. Sybesma (eds.)