Maria Palmira Fasulo

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The response of the plastid was studied, with a special emphasis on thylakoid structure and function, in a snow filamentous xanthophycean alga (Xanthonema sp.) incubated in darkness for two months.(More)
The assembly kinetics of the PSII chlorophyll-protein complexes was followed during the greening of Euglena gracilis by microspectrofluorimetry in vivo, at room temperature, on single living cells.(More)
Thylakoid dismantling is one of the most relevant processes occurring when chloroplasts are converted to non-photosynthetically active plastids. The process is well characterised in senescing leaves,(More)