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The Dimerization of Chlorophyll a, Chlorophyll b, and Bacteriochlorophyll in Solution1
~ . · . Analyses· of the absorption spectra of three chlorophylls in carbon tetrach1oride solution demonstrate the existence of monomerdimer equilibrium in the concentration range from 10-6 to 10-3Expand
Circular dichroism and fluorescence changes accompanying the protochylorophyllide to chlorophyllide transformation in greening leaves and holochrome preparations.
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The circular dichroism and fluorescence polarization spectra suggest that the unilluminated holochrome contains protochlorophyllide a in an aggregated form, probably as dimers, which is relevant to the development of photosynthetically active plastid membranes. Expand
Chlorophyll-chlorophyll interactions.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC MEMBRANES IN GREENING LEAVES. I. CIRCULAR DICHROISM SPECTRAL CHANGES ACCOMPANYING THE PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDE TO CHLOROPHYLLIDE TRANSFORMATION
The photoreduction of protochlorophyllide to chlorophyllide upon illumination of etiolated bean seedlings (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is followed by a series of dark steps involving absorption andExpand
DEVELOPMENT AND ORGANIZATION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENT SYSTEMS.
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