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Quality Control of PSII: Behavior of PSII in the Highly Crowded Grana Thylakoids Under Excessive Light

Cyclic Electron Flow within PSII Protects PSII from its Photoinhibition in Thylakoid Membranes from Spinach Chloroplasts

Cyclic Flow of Electrons within PSII in Thylakoid Membranes

Reaction System for Violaxanthin De-Epoxidase with PSII Membranes

Close Relationships Between the PSII Repair Cycle and Thylakoid Membrane Dynamics

Rate Constants of PSII Photoinhibition and its Repair, and PSII Fluorescence Parameters in Field Plants in Relation to their Growth Light Environments

Novel Characteristics of Photodamage to PSII in a High-Light-Sensitive Symbiodinium Phylotype

PSII-Tc Protein Plays an Important Role in Dimerization of Photosystem II

Cyclic Electron Flow within PSII Functions in Intact Chloroplasts from Spinach Leaves

The TL29 Protein is Lumen Located, Associated with PSII and Not an Ascorbate Peroxidase

Stimulation of Cyclic Electron Flow During Recovery After Chilling-Induced Photoinhibition of PSII

Chromatic Variation of the Abundance of PSII Complexes Observed with the Red Alga Prophyridium cruentum

Girdling effects on fruit set and quantum yield efficiency of PSII in two Citrus cultivars

Comparison of Binding and Functional Properties of Two Extrinsic Components, Cyt c550 and a 12 kDa Protein, in Cyanobacterial PSII with Those in Red Algal PSII

Acclimation of Tobacco Leaves to High Light Intensity Drives the Plastoquinone Oxidation System—Relationship Among the Fraction of Open PSII Centers, Non-Photochemical Quenching of Chl Fluorescence and the Maximum Quantum Yield of PSII in the Dark

 

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abbr. for photosystem II (see photosystem).

Subjects: Chemistry.


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