|Statement||W.V. Nicholson ; supervised by R.C. Ford.|
|Contributions||Ford, R.C., Biochemistry.|
The book is divided into several parts which detail the protein constituents, functional sites, tertiary structure, molecular dynamics and mechanisms of subunit assembly and homeostasis. The book ends with a comparison of Photosystem II structure and function . Structural studies on photosystem II of cyanobacteria. Abstract. Photosynthesis is one of the most important chemical processes in the biosphere responsible for the maintenance of life on Earth. Light energy is converted into energy of chemical bonds in photoreaction centers, which, in particular, include photosystem II (PS II).Cited by: 6. Several reviews have been published on PS II structure and function, covering the early events in primary charge separation (Diner and Rappaport, ), structural studies (Ruffle and Sayre, ; Minagawa and Takahashi, ), and the mechanism of water oxidation (Nelson and Yocum, ).Cited by: 9. Electron microscopy in structural studies of Photosystem II Article (PDF Available) in Photosynthesis Research 77(1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Barber J, Morris E and Büchel C () Revealing the structure of the Photosystem II chlorophyll binding proteins, CP43 and CP Biochim Biophys Acta –PubMedGoogle Scholar. Barber J, Nield J, Morris EP, Zheleva D and Hankamer B () The structure, function and dynamics of Photosystem by: Structural determination of the large photosystem II–light-harvesting complex II supercomplex of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii using nonionic amphipol School of Life Science, Graduate University for Advanced Studies photosystem II (PSII) is a large membrane protein complex, consisting of a pair of core complexes surrounded by an array of Cited by: 1. Room temperature structures of photosystem II. During the conversion of light into energy in plants, photosystem II oxidizes water within a Mn 4CaO 5 cluster in the oxygen evolving complex (OEC). This process involves five intermediate states that have eluded structural determination until by: Content may be subject to copyright. Subunit structure of photosystem I (PSI) preparations capable of light-induced P oxidation. Preparations of P RC and PSI RC were analyzed on cylinder SDS-gels (26). The PSI complex is the pea preparation used for crystallization. The probable subunit identities are .
Structural Studies of the Manganese Stabilizing Subunit in Photosystem II Author links open overlay panel Bengt Svensson * 1 David M. Tiede † David R. Nelson * Bridgette A. Barry * Show moreCited by: Burton-Smith, R. N. et al. Structural determination of the large photosystem II-light harvesting complex II supercomplex of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii using non-ionic amphipol. J. by: 1. Buy Photosystem II (): The Light-Driven Water:Plastoquinone Odixoreductase: NHBS - Edited By: Thomas J Wydrzynski and Kimiyuki Satoh, Springer Nature. Photosystem II (PSII) is the plant photosynthetic reaction center that carries out the light driven oxidation of water. The water splitting reactions are catalyzed at a tetranuclear manganese cluster. The manganese stabilizing protein (MSP) of PSII stabilizes the manganese cluster and accelerates the rate of oxygen evolution. MSP can be removed from PSII, with an accompanying decrease in.