The Structural Basis of Biological Energy Generation

The fascinating machinery that life uses to harness energy is the focus of this volume of the Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration Series. Experts in the field communicate their insights into the mechanisms that govern biological energy conversion from the atomic scale to the physiological int...

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Other Authors: Hohmann-Marriott, Martin F. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 2014, 2014
Edition:1st ed. 2014
Series:Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Including Bioenergy and Related Processes
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505 0 |a 20. Lichen Photosynthesis. Scaling From the Cellular to the Organism Level; Miloš Barták -- 21. Electron transport in the mitochondrial respiratory chain; Maria Luisa Genova -- 22. The Hydrogenosome; Marlene Benchimol -- 23. Biogenesis of Chloroplasts; Jodi Maple et al -- 24. Mitochondrial Biogenesis and Quality Control; Jason A. Mears -- Index 
505 0 |a From the Series Editors -- The Series Editors -- Preface -- The Editor -- Contributors -- Author Index -- 1. Proton-Pumping Microbial Rhodopsins – Ubiquitous Structurally Simple Helpers of Respiration and Photosynthesis; Leonid S. Brown -- 2. Structure and Functional Heterogeneity of Fucoxanthin-Chlorophyll Proteins in Diatoms; Kathi Gundermann, Claudia Büchel -- 3. Structure-Function Relationship in Peridinin-Chlorophyll Proteins; Tomáš Polívka, Eckhard Hofmann -- 4. Piecing Together the Phycobilisome; Ailie Marx et al -- 5. Chlorosomes: Structure, Function and Assembly; Jakub Psencik et al -- 6. The Structure of ATPsynthases in Photosynthesis and Respiration; Bettina Böttcher, Peter Gräber -- 7. Carboxysomes – Sequestering RubisCO for Efficient Carbon Fixation; Matthew S. Kimber -- 8. Rieske/Cytochrome b Complexes: The Turbo Chargers of Chemiosmosis; Felix ten Brink, Frauke Baymann -- 9. Quinol Oxidases; Allison E. McDonald, Greg C. Vanlerberghe --  
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