The Resource Molecular mechanisms of photosynthesis, by Robert E. Blankenship

Molecular mechanisms of photosynthesis, by Robert E. Blankenship

Label
Molecular mechanisms of photosynthesis
Title
Molecular mechanisms of photosynthesis
Statement of responsibility
by Robert E. Blankenship
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
572/.46
Index
no index present
LC call number
QK882
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
Molecular mechanisms of photosynthesis, by Robert E. Blankenship
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Titlepage; Copyright; Dedication; Introduction to the second edition; Acknowledgements; About the companion website; Chapter 1: The basic principles of photosynthetic energy storage; 1.1 What is photosynthesis?; 1.2 Photosynthesis is a solar energy storage process; 1.3 Where photosynthesis takes place; 1.4 The four phases of energy storage in photosynthesis; References; Chapter 2: Photosynthetic organisms and organelles; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Classification of life; 2.3 Prokaryotes and eukaryotes; 2.4 Metabolic patterns among living things; 2.5 Phototrophic prokaryotes
  • 2.6 Photosynthetic eukaryotesReferences; Chapter 3: History and early development of photosynthesis; 3.1 Van Helmont and the willow tree; 3.2 Carl Scheele, Joseph Priestley, and the discovery of oxygen; 3.3 Ingenhousz and the role of light in photosynthesis; 3.4 Senebier and the role of carbon dioxide; 3.5 De Saussure and the participation of water; 3.6 The equation of photosynthesis; 3.7 Early mechanistic ideas of photosynthesis; 3.8 The Emerson and Arnold experiments; 3.9 The controversy over the quantum requirement of photosynthesis; 3.10 The red drop and the Emerson enhancement effect
  • 3.11 Antagonistic effects3.12 Early formulations of the Z scheme for photosynthesis; 3.13 ATP formation; 3.14 Carbon fixation; References; Chapter 4: Photosynthetic pigments: structure and spectroscopy; 4.1 Chemical structures and distribution of chlorophylls and bacteriochlorophylls; 4.2 Pheophytins and bacteriopheophytins; 4.3 Chlorophyll biosynthesis; 4.4 Spectroscopic properties of chlorophylls; 4.5 Carotenoids; 4.6 Bilins; References; Chapter 5: Antenna complexes and energy transfer processes; 5.1 General concepts of antennas and a bit of history; 5.2 Why antennas?
  • 5.3 Classes of antennas5.4 Physical principles of antenna function; 5.5 Structure and function of selected antenna complexes; 5.6 Regulation of antennas; References; Chapter 6: Reaction centers and electron transport pathways in anoxygenic phototrophs; 6.1 Basic principles of reaction center structure and function; 6.2 Development of the reaction center concept; 6.3 Purple bacterial reaction centers; 6.4 Theoretical analysis of biological electron transfer reactions; 6.5 Quinone reductions, role of the Fe and pathways of proton uptake; 6.6 Organization of electron transfer pathways
  • 6.7 Completing the cycle -- the cytochrome bc1 complex6.8 Membrane organization in purple bacteria; 6.9 Electron transport in other anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria; References; Chapter 7: Reaction centers and electron transfer pathways in oxygenic photosynthetic organisms; 7.1 Spatial distribution of electron transport components in thylakoids of oxygenic photosynthetic organisms; 7.2 Noncyclic electron flow in oxygenic organisms; 7.3 Photosystem II structure and electron transfer pathway; 7.4 Photosystem II forms a dimeric supercomplex in the thylakoid membrane
Control code
ocn864418268
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118796993
Lccn
2013047915
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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.b30247469
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)864418268
  • pebco1118796969

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