The Polyphasic Rise of Chlorophyll Fluorescence upon Onset of Strong Continuous Illumination : II . Partial Control by the Photosystem II Donor Side and Possible Ways of Interpretation

@inproceedings{Schreiber2013ThePR,
  title={The Polyphasic Rise of Chlorophyll Fluorescence upon Onset of Strong Continuous Illumination : II . Partial Control by the Photosystem II Donor Side and Possible Ways of Interpretation},
  author={Ulrich Schreiber and Christian Neubauer and Mittlerer Dallenbergweg},
  year={2013}
}
The fluorescence rise kinetics in saturating light display two well separated com ponents with largely different properties. The rapid rise from F„ to a first intermediate level, I ,, is photochemically controlled, while the following phases leading to a secondary intermediate level, I2, and to a peak level, P , are limited by thermal reactions. Treatm ents which primarily affect components at the photosystem II donor side are shown to increase quenching at I t and/or to suppress the secondary… CONTINUE READING