3 edition of PHOTOINHIBITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS (Environmental Plant Biology) found in the catalog.
June 15, 1994
by Garland Science
Written in English
|Contributions||J. R. Bowyer (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||496|
7. Chlorophyll fluorescence quenching during photoinhibition (N.R. Baker and P. Horton). 8. CO 2 and O 2 interactions in photoinhibition (G.H. Krause and G. Cornic). 9. The biochemical basis for photoinhibition of photosystem II (D.J. Kyle). Production and scavenging of active oxygen in photosynthesis (K. Asada and M. Takahashi). Photoinhibition of photosynthesis was investigated in horizontally and vertically restrained leaves of Eucalyptus plants growing outdoors. This was done by measuring the quantum yield of PSII photochemistry, assayed by the ratio of variable to maximal fluorescence (FV/FM) after 15 min of dark adaptation, and the quantum yield of O2 evolution. On clear days, a time-dependent depression in Cited by:
Photoinhibition of photosynthesis is defined as a persistent decrease in the efficiency of solar energy conversion into photosynthesis in combination with a decreased overall capacity for photosynthesis. Environmental stresses that trigger photoinhibition include, for example, adverse temperatures, limited nutrient or water availability, and salinity. Photoinhibition, defined as the inhibition of photosynthesis caused by excessive radiance, affects field production to a great extent. This phenomenon is particularly relevant in reforestation.
Photoinhibition is an inherent property of photosystem II (PSII), requiring disassembly of the PSII complex, replacement of the damaged reaction center, and reassembly. Further to rates of PSII damage and repair, lowering PSII activity is an important regulator of photosynthesis. The results implied that dysfunction of the photosynthesis system (photoinhibition) was the most fundamental reason for algal cell death. Qian et al. and Yang et al. reported that the allelochemicals N-phenylnaphthylamine and hydroquinone could cause photoinhibition of Chlorella vulgaris and Phaeodactylum tricornu Cited by: 8.
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Photoinhibition of Photosynthesis: From Molecular Mechanisms to the Field (Environmental Plant Biology) 1st Edition by NR Baker (Editor), JR Bowyer (Editor).
Photoprotection, Photoinhibition, Gene Regulation, and Environment examines the processes whereby plants monitor environmental conditions and orchestrate their response to change, an ability paramount to the life of all plants.5/5(1).
Photoinhibition of photosynthesis is a widespread phenomenon in oxygenic photosynthetic organisms that can result in large decreases in photosynthetic productivity. In the widest context Cited by: A clear, concise and vivid account of the process of photosynthesis is presented in this enlarged and fully revised sixth edition.
The attractive presentation of this book, including the frequent 4/5(2). This multiauthor book contains 26 minireviews on the current state of knowledge on molecular, leaf physiological and environmental aspects of photoinhibition.
Topics discussed include photoinhibition in sun and shade plants, molecular mechanisms of photoinhibition in PSII, electron and energy transfer, photoprotection and cytochrome b, the role of light harvesting complexes, mechanisms for. in Photosynthesis and Respiration (AIPH) Series, of Photoprotection, Photoinhibition, Gene Regulation, and Environment, a book covering the central role of excess light in how plants monitor, and respond to, environ-mental changes.
This volume was edited by three dis-tinguished authorities, all based in the USA, BarbaraFile Size: KB. Stomatal Conductance and Photosynthesis G D Farquhar, and and T D Sharkey Annual Review of Plant Physiology Chlorophyll Fluorescence: A Probe of Photosynthesis In Vivo Neil R.
Baker Annual Review of Plant Biology Photoprotection and Other Responses of Plants to High Light Stress B Demmig-Adams, and and W W Adams, IIICited by: photoinhibition of photosynthesis is not the consequence of bulk pigment destruction but rather that the bleaching occurs only after a certain degree of photoinhibition has occurred.
The susceptibility of photosynthesis to photoinhibition and its recovery were studied on cultures of the cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans.
Oxygen evolution and low temperature fluorescence kinetics were measured. Upon exposure to high light A. nidulans showed a rapid decrease in oxygen evolution followed by a quasi steady state rate of by: The "Handbook of Photosynthesis" is a standard and successful textbook on the subject and with all the new data provided, will continue to be a critically important and comprehensive foundation of a college level Agricultural Studies curriculum on photosynthesis.
The life in the earth depends on the derived energy of the sun. The photosynthesis is the only process of biological importance that can pick this energy.
The term "photosynthesis" means "synthesis that uses light" literally. The photosynthetic organisms use solar energy to synthesize organic combinations that cannot be formed without the contribution of by: 7. Progress in Photosynthesis Research Photoinhibition of Photosynthesis Studies on Mechanisms of Damage and Protection in Chloroplasts.
Heinrich Krause, Henrik Laasch. Pages Alteration of Electron Flow around P About this book. Introduction. As the most fundamental life process on earth, photosynthesis is the focus of a vast body of research, spanning studies of femtosecond reactions at the molecular level through to field studies requiring a whole season of observation.
This is the first advanced-level treatment which covers the broad range of the topic within a single volume, so providing a uniquely comprehensive, authoritative /5(2).
The aim of this monograph is to highlight various mechanisms followed by plants to overcome the high light stress and photoinhibition, and also the plant responses to low light levels. Emphasis has been on the regulation of light harvesting process, the avoidance phenomena at leaf and chloroplast levels and the strategy followed by certa in solar tCited by: 9.
Photoinhibition of Photosynthesis in Nature Photoinhibition of Photosynthesis in Nature Long, S P; Humphries, S; Falkowski, P G Light, as the energy source for photosynthesis, is the essential prerequisite for plant life. Excess light, however, can photo inhibit photosynthesis and may lead to photooxidative destruction of the photosynthetic apparatus (29, 66, The US.
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Photoinhibition of Photosynthesis Induced by Visible Light. Annual Review of Plant Physiology Vol. (Volume publication date June ) Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology Comparative Photosynthesis of Sun and Shade Plants N K Boardman Annual Review of Plant Physiology.
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Photoinhibition was expressed by an exponential function with a negative exponent giving the rate at which an electron donor is oxidized.
In the present study, we include directly a physiological and molecular mechanism underlying photoinhibition to investigate the dynamic effect of photoinhibition on by:. William W. Adams III, a Professor at the University of Colorado, has pursued a lifelong passion for investigation of the heterophyllous leaves (trichome-covered, atmospheric juvenile versus glabrous, tank-forming adult leaves) of an epiphytic bromeliad was followed by PhD research on photosynthesis and photoinhibition of plants with crassulacean acid metabolism.
The susceptibility of photosynthesis to photoinhibition and the rate of its recovery were studied in the cyanobacterium Anacystis nidulans grown at a low (10 micromoles per square meter per second) and a high ( micromoles per square meter per second) photosynthetically active radiation.
The rate of light limited photosynthetic O2 evolution was measured to determine levels of photoinhibition Cited by: A comprehensive treatise on photoinhibition which provides authoritative accounts of the current state of knowledge in areas relating to photoinhibition of photosynthesis.
The book comprises minireviews on primary photophysical events.