The effect of carbon dioxide on the Hill reaction.

@article{Stern1962TheEO,
  title={The effect of carbon dioxide on the Hill reaction.},
  author={B K Stern and Birgit Vennesland},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1962},
  volume={237},
  pages={596-602}
}
Isolated chloroplasts which are incapable of causing a net reduction of COZ accompanied by 02 evolution can still cause a Hill reaction, that is, a photoreduction of an added oxidant with concomitant evolution of a stoichiometric amount of OZ. The occurrence of the Hill reaction has long been regarded as part of the evidence for the conclusion that the action of light in photosynthesis leads first to an oxidation-reduction dismutation which is quite independent of COz fixation. The COZ is… CONTINUE READING

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