By John N. Phillips, John L. Huppatz (auth.), C. Sybesma (eds.)
The 6th foreign Congress on Photosynthesis happened from 1 to six August 1983, at the Campus of the "Vrije Universiteit Brussel", in Brussels, Belgium. those court cases comprise lots of the medical contributions provided through the Congress. The Brussels Congress used to be the most important to date held within the sequence of overseas Congresses on Photosynthesis. It counted over 1100 lively members. The organizers attempted to reduce the hazards of one of these huge measurement via making greatest use of the facili ties to be had on a college campus. such a lot contributions have been provided within the type of posters that have been displayed in a considerable variety of study rooms. The dialogue classes, two times an afternoon, 4 or 5 in parallel, happened in classrooms within the very area of those school rooms. during this means it used to be tried to generate the ambience of a small assembly. The team spirit of the topic Photosynthesis was once preserved within the ten plenary lectures, organ~sed in this kind of approach common assessment of 2 diversified subject matters used to be given each day. furthermore, there have been the 5 occasions 4 parallel symposia facing a few six youngster basic themes. each editor of complaints of a congress is confronted with the matter of modifying and arranging the contributions, an issue compounded by means of the large range and the massive variety of the 753 manuscripts.
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Biophys. Acta, in press. Pfister K, Steinback KE, Gardner G, and Arntzen CJ (1981) Photoaffinity labeling of an herbicide receptor protein in chloroplast membranes, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 78, 981-985. Prince RC, Gunner MR and Dutton PS (1982) Quinones of value to electron transfer studies: Oxidation-reduction potentials of the first reduction step in an aprotic sotvent. In Trumpower BL, ed. 1. 9 COMPETITIVE BINDING OF ATRAZINE AND DCMU TO THYLAKOID MEMBRANES OF DCMU-RESISTANT AND -SENSITIVE STRAINS OF CHLAMYDOMONAS MATHIAS TELLENBACH, ANNEGRET GERBER AND ARMINIO BOSCHETTI 1.
24 cence of intact leaves at different temperatures above 39° C was increasing faster in R biotypes, compared to S biotypes. This effect was quantified by the slope of the fluorescence increase~ Fo/Fo (450 nm illumination). a. gJtum. It was also observed under 430 nm or 480 nm illumination. Fluor~scence induction kinetics recorded after 5 min 40° C or 42° C heat incubation showed a greater decrease of variable I constant fluorescence ratios. Thus heat induced damages (U. A. Berry, 1977) occured at lower temperatures in R biotypes.
Tellenbach et al. 1983). In this paper we describe some parameters of herbicide binding to two DCMU-resistant mutants of C. reinhardii which were isolated in our laboratory. 2. MATERIALS AND METHODS As a parent strain for mutant selection, C. reinhardii arfi8-mt+ (Cambridge Culture Collection) was used. Tellenbach et al. 1983). 86 Ci/mol) was a gift from Ciba-Geigy AG, Basel. Boschetti, unpublished). Strotman (1977). 3. RESULTS Growth of the parent strain C. M . The mutants dr-406 and dr-416 ceased growing only at a DCMU-concentration of 600 pM.
Advances in Photosynthesis Research: Proceedings of the VIth International Congress on Photosynthesis, Brussels, Belgium, August 1–6, 1983. Volume IV by John N. Phillips, John L. Huppatz (auth.), C. Sybesma (eds.)