Stromal over-reduction by high-light stress as measured by decreases in P700 oxidation by far-red light and its physiological relevance.

@article{Endo2005StromalOB,
  title={Stromal over-reduction by high-light stress as measured by decreases in P700 oxidation by far-red light and its physiological relevance.},
  author={Tsuyoshi Endo and Daiju Kawase and Fumihiko Sato},
  journal={Plant & cell physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={46 5},
  pages={775-81}
}
The oxidation level of P700 induced by far-red light (DeltaA(FR)) in briefly dark-treated leaves of some sun plants decreased during the daytime and recovered at night. The dark recovery of decreased DeltaA(FR) proceeded slowly, with a half-time of about 5 h. We propose that stromal over-reduction induced by sunlight was the direct cause of the depression of DeltaA(FR). The depression of DeltaA(FR) found during the daytime was reproduced by controlled illumination with saturating light of fully… CONTINUE READING
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