Jump to Main Content
- Josef Tichy; Zdenko Gardian; David Bina; Peter Konik; Radek Litvin; Miroslava Herbstova; Arnab Pain; Frantisek Vacha
- Biochimica et biophysica acta 2013 v.1827 no.6 pp. 723-729
- circular dichroism spectroscopy; solar radiation; electron microscopy; Rhodophyta; Miozoa; chlorophyll binding proteins; photosystem I; molecular weight; autotrophs; antennae; Bacillariophyceae
- ... The structure and composition of the light harvesting complexes from the unicellular alga Chromera velia were studied by means of optical spectroscopy, biochemical and electron microscopy methods. Two different types of antennae systems were identified. One exhibited a molecular weight (18–19kDa) similar to FCP (fucoxanthin chlorophyll protein) complexes from diatoms, however, single particle anal ...
- Kostas Stamatakis; Panayiotis-Ilias Broussos; Angeliki Panagiotopoulou; Rebecca J. Gast; Maria Pelecanou; George C. Papageorgiou
- Biochimica et biophysica acta 2019 v.1860 no.1 pp. 102-110
- Bacillariophyceae; Chlorophyta; Cyanobacteria; Miozoa; Phaeocystis; Rhodophyta; absorption; algae; amino acids; autotrophs; chlorophyll; circular dichroism spectroscopy; fluorescence; kleptoplasts; photosynthesis; ultraviolet radiation; Antarctica
- ... Light state transitions (STs) is a reversible physiological process that oxygenic photosynthetic organisms use in order to minimize imbalances in the electronic excitation delivery to the reaction centers of Photosystems I and II, and thus to optimize photosynthesis. STs have been studied extensively in plants, green algae, red algae and cyanobacteria, but sparsely in algae with secondary red alga ...