Compensation for PSII photoinactivation by regulated non-photochemical dissipation influences the impact of photoinactivation on electron transport and CO2 assimilation.

@article{Kornyeyev2006CompensationFP,
  title={Compensation for PSII photoinactivation by regulated non-photochemical dissipation influences the impact of photoinactivation on electron transport and CO2 assimilation.},
  author={Dmytro A Kornyeyev and Barry A Logan and David T Tissue and Randy D Allen and A. Scott Holaday},
  journal={Plant & cell physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={437-46}
}
The extent to which PSII photoinactivation affects electron transport (PhiPSII) and CO2 assimilation remains controversial, in part because it frequently occurs alongside inactivation of other components of photosynthesis, such as PSI. By manipulating conditions (darkness versus low light) after a high light/low temperature treatment, we examined the influence of different levels of PSII inactivation at the same level of PSI inactivation on PhiPSII and CO2 assimilation for Arabidopsis… CONTINUE READING

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