LIGHT‐INDUCED ABSORBANCY CHANGES IN EIMHJELLEN'S RHODOPSEUDOMONAS*

@article{Holt1965LIGHTINDUCEDAC,
  title={LIGHT‐INDUCED ABSORBANCY CHANGES IN EIMHJELLEN'S RHODOPSEUDOMONAS*},
  author={A. Holt and R. Clayton},
  journal={Photochemistry and Photobiology},
  year={1965},
  volume={4}
}
Abstract— Light induced absorbancy changes in Rhodopseudomonas sp. NHTC 133 are analogous to those observed in other photosynthetic bacteria, but all of the features in the light‐induced difference spectrum (except those reflecting cytochrome oxidation) are shifted to greater wavelengths. This general shift is consistent with the fact that the bacteriochlorophyll of this organism (BChl b) differs from the usual BChl in that its absorption bands are shifted to greater wavelengths. 
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