Involvement of uncoupled antenna chlorophylls in photoinhibition in thylakoids.

@article{Santabarbara2001InvolvementOU,
  title={Involvement of uncoupled antenna chlorophylls in photoinhibition in thylakoids.},
  author={Stefano Santabarbara and Konstantin V. Neverov and Flavio Massimo Garlaschi and Giuseppe Zucchelli and Robert Charles Jennings},
  journal={FEBS letters},
  year={2001},
  volume={491 1-2},
  pages={109-13}
}
Evidence is presented, by means of both fluorescence and action spectroscopy, that a small, spectroscopically heterogeneous population of both Chl a and Chl b molecules is present in isolated spinach thylakoids and is active in photoinhibition. The broadness of the action spectrum suggests that degraded or incompletely assembled pigment-protein complexes may be involved.