The effect of high-energy-state excitation quenching on maximum and dark level chlorophyll fluorescence yield

@article{Rees1990TheEO,
  title={The effect of high-energy-state excitation quenching on maximum and dark level chlorophyll fluorescence yield},
  author={Deborah Rees and Graham Noctor and Peter Horton},
  journal={Photosynthesis Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={25},
  pages={199-211}
}
The quenching of variable fluorescence yield (qN) and the quenching of dark level fluorescence yield (q0) directly atributable to high-energy-state fluorescence quenching (qE) was studied to distinguish between energy dissipation in the antenna and light harvesting complexes (antenna quenching) and energy dissipation at the reaction centres (reaction centre quenching). A consistent relationship was obtained between qN and q0 in barley leaves, the green alga Dunaliella C9AA and in pea thylakoids… CONTINUE READING

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