Vibronic coherence in oxygenic photosynthesis.

@article{Fuller2014VibronicCI,
  title={Vibronic coherence in oxygenic photosynthesis.},
  author={Franklin D. Fuller and Jie Pan and Andrius Gelzinis and Vytautas Butkus and S. Seckin Senlik and Daniel E. Wilcox and Charles F. Yocum and Leonas Valkunas and Darius Abramavicius and Jennifer P Ogilvie},
  journal={Nature chemistry},
  year={2014},
  volume={6 8},
  pages={
          706-11
        }
}
Photosynthesis powers life on our planet. The basic photosynthetic architecture consists of antenna complexes that harvest solar energy and reaction centres that convert the energy into stable separated charge. In oxygenic photosynthesis, the initial charge separation occurs in the photosystem II reaction centre, the only known natural enzyme that uses solar energy to split water. Both energy transfer and charge separation in photosynthesis are rapid events with high quantum efficiencies. In… CONTINUE READING
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