Protochlorophyllide forms and energy transfer in dark-grown wheat leaves. Studies by conventional and laser excited fluorescence spectroscopy between 10 K–100 K

@article{KisPetik2004ProtochlorophyllideFA,
  title={Protochlorophyllide forms and energy transfer in dark-grown wheat leaves. Studies by conventional and laser excited fluorescence spectroscopy between 10 K–100 K},
  author={Katalin Kis-Petik and B{\'e}la B{\"o}ddi and Andr{\'a}s D. Kaposi and Judit Fidy},
  journal={Photosynthesis Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={60},
  pages={87-98}
}
The fluorescence properties and role in energy transfer of protochlorophyllide (Pchlide) forms were studied in dark-grown wheat leaves by conventional and laser excited high resolution methods in the 10 K–100 K temperature range. The three major spectral bands, with emission maxima at 633, 657 (of highest intensity) and 670 nm as Bands I, II, and III were analyzed and interpreted as the contributions of six different structural forms. Band I is the envelope of three (0,0) emission bands with… CONTINUE READING