Flux capacities and acclimation costs in Trichodesmium from the Gulf of Mexico

@article{Brown2008FluxCA,
  title={Flux capacities and acclimation costs in Trichodesmium from the Gulf of Mexico},
  author={Christopher M. Brown and James D. MacKinnon and Amanda M. Cockshutt and Tracy A. Villareal and Douglas A. Campbell},
  journal={Marine Biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={154},
  pages={413-422}
}
Phytoplankton function and acclimation are driven by catalytic protein complexes that mediate key physiological transformations, including generation of photosynthetic ATP and reductant, and carbon and nitrogen fixation. Quantitation of capacities for these processes allows estimation of rates for key ecosystem processes, and identification of factors limiting primary productivity. We herein present molar quantitations of PSI, PSII, ATP synthase, RuBisCO and the Fe protein of nitrogenase of… CONTINUE READING

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