Biochim Biophys Acta — Google Scholar Blubaugh D, Govindjee The molecular mechanism of the bicarbonate effect at the plastoquinone reductase site of photosynthesis. Chlorophyll during fluorescence induction in Chlorella pyrenoidosa. PCC Alfano, Vol. In: Advances in photosynthesis and respiration vol. Doctoral Thesis. Photosynth Res — Google Scholar Eaton-Rye JJ, Govindjee a Electron transfer through the quinone acceptor complex of Photosystem II in bicarbonate-depleted Spinach thylakoid membranes as a function of actinic flash number and frequency.
In: Advances in photosynthesis and respiration. J Plant Physiol — Google Scholar Emerson R, Chalmers R Speculations concerning the function and phylogenetic significance of the accessory pigments of algae. Photochem Photobiol — Google Scholar Gilmore AM, Hazlett TL, Debrunner PG, Govindjee b Photosystem II chlorophyll a fluorescence lifetimes and intensity are independent of the antenna size differences between barley wild-type and chlorina mutants: photochemical quenching and xanthophyll cycle dependent non-photochemical quenching of fluorescence.
Photosynth Res — Google Scholar Gilmore A, Shinkarev VP, Hazlett TL, Govindjee Quantitative analysis of the effects of intrathylakoid pH and the xanthophyll cycle pigments on chlorophyll a fluorescence lifetime distributions and intensity in thylakoids. Biochemistry — Google Scholar Gilmore A, Itoh SS, Govindjee Global spectral-kinetic analysis of room temperature: chlorophyll a fluorescence from light harvesting antenna mutants of barley.
Naturwissenschaften Google Scholar Govindjee Effect of X-rays on the content of free amino acids and amides of Cicer arietinum T87 seedlings. This development marks an important revolution in constructing fully photosynthetic artificial cells and may shed light on how primitive and embryonic cells used sunlight as an energy source early in life.
Scientists build artificial cells as models of primitive cells, as well as to appreciate and comprehend how modern cells function. Many sub-cellular systems have been built by simply mixing cell components together.
Real living cells construct and consolidate their own components. It is a goal of research to build artificial cells that can also synthesize and their own constituents using the energy available in the environment.
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However, basic research is necessary to continue to provide us with an understanding of the molecular mechanism of the process and to guide us in reaching our goals of increasing food production and other chemicals we need for our lives.
The microscopic organism is believed to be the oldest known direct ancestor of modern plants and animals, but it was poorly dated, with estimates placing it somewhere between million and 1. At this time, the U. Scientists have also established that the chloroplast, the structure in plant cells that is the site of photosynthesis, was created when a eukaryote long ago engulfed a simple bacterium that was photosynthetic.
Oxygen flux of Symbiodinium in gorgonian branches After 11 days of acclimation, the oxygen fluxes of the branches were measured using Clark-type oxygen electrodes in twin 0. I have accepted most of the suggestions of all the readers; all leftover errors are mine. Biochim Biophys Acta — Google Scholar Blubaugh D, Govindjee The molecular mechanism of the bicarbonate effect at the plastoquinone reductase site of photosynthesis. Wim Vermaas D,Sc. The flanking sequences were concatenated and aligned with 16 published Symbiodinium type B1 sequences from Supplementary tables S1 in  , . Estimated absorbance and chlorophyll a specific absorption Following the oxygen flux measurements, the reflectance spectrum — nm of each branch was measured using an Ocean Optics USB fiber optic spectrophotometer.
In fact, that era may have set the stage for the proliferation of more complex life forms that culminated million years ago with the so-called Cambrian Explosion. Following a 20 min acclimation, respiration was measured for 10 min in darkness. Photosynthesis began 1. Introduction Gorgonian corals subclass Octocorallia are abundant and important members of coral reef communities throughout the Caribbean  — .
This new type of artificial cell might articulate the theory. Respiration was measured in darkness for 10 min before and after a series of irradiance levels. Photochem Photobiol — Google Scholar Gilmore AM, Hazlett TL, Debrunner PG, Govindjee b Photosystem II chlorophyll a fluorescence lifetimes and intensity are independent of the antenna size differences between barley wild-type and chlorina mutants: photochemical quenching and xanthophyll cycle dependent non-photochemical quenching of fluorescence.
Symbiodinium are currently divided into nine phylogenetic clades, A-I  , although clade E may represent a single species . In: Advances in photosynthesis and respiration vol. Symbiodinium photosynthesis fuels the growth of an array of marine invertebrates, including cnidarians such as scleractinian corals and octocorals e. The eukaryote then managed to pass that DNA along to its descendants, including the plants and trees that produce most of the world's biomass today. Respiration was measured in darkness for 10 min before and after a series of irradiance levels.
Oxygen flux measurements required 2. In: Papageorgiou G, Govindjee eds Chlorophyll a fluorescence: a probe of photosynthesis. The Qm values demonstrated that there was no detrimental tank effect on the gorgonians. The homogenate was diluted in 20 ml of 0. To account for changes in photosynthetic rate at different times of day, the photosynthesis of Symbiodinium in each gorgonian species was measured at alternate times on consecutive days. When integrated on a diurnal cycle, the total oxygen produced via photosynthesis