LIGHT-INDUCED OXIDATION OF A CHLOROPLAST B-TYPE CYTOCHROME AT -189 degrees C.

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The b-type cytochromes of chloroplasts have heretofore been viewed as photosynthetic electron carriers that probably occupy an intermediate position in a light-induced electron flow. The oxidation-reduction of such intermediate electron carriers, being removed from the primary photochemical reaction linked to photon capture by chlorophyll, would be expected… (More)

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@article{Knaff1969LIGHTINDUCEDOO, title={LIGHT-INDUCED OXIDATION OF A CHLOROPLAST B-TYPE CYTOCHROME AT -189 degrees C.}, author={David B. Knaff and Daniel I. Arnon}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={1969}, volume={63 3}, pages={956-62} }