How the molecular structure determines the flow of excitation energy in plant light-harvesting complex II.

@article{Renger2011HowTM,
  title={How the molecular structure determines the flow of excitation energy in plant light-harvesting complex II.},
  author={Th. Renger and M. E. Madjet and Adam Knorr and Frank M{\"u}h},
  journal={Journal of plant physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={168 12},
  pages={
          1497-509
        }
}
Excitation energy transfer in the light-harvesting complex II of higher plants is modeled using excitonic couplings and local transition energies determined from structure-based calculations recently (Müh et al., 2010). A theory is introduced that implicitly takes into account protein induced dynamic localization effects of the exciton wavefunction between weakly coupled optical and vibronic transitions of different pigments. Linear and non-linear optical spectra are calculated and compared… CONTINUE READING

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