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critical consideration of the quantum yield of Chlorella-photosynthesis.
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This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. 1. The effect on oxygen evolution of Chlorella vulgaris produced by light intensities up to ab f.-c. has been studied by the use of the Warburg technique. 2. Above a certain critical intensity, which is determined by the previous history of the cells, the rate of oxygen evolution decreases from the maximum to another constant by:
Rate of photosynthesis of Chlorella passed through the continuously stirred cultures at a rate of 5 l./hr. After 4 days' growth the cultures were concentrated by centrifugation at Cited by: Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by by:
His values of quantum yield for spinach were (a requirement of ) and (a requirement of ) for white and red light respectively - a difference of about 12%. MEASUREMENT OF APPARENT QUANTUM YIELD WITH THE LEAF DISC ELECTRODE AND THE BJORKMAN LAMP Wavelength (nm) Quantum yield as a function of light. J Mol Biol 3: R Emerson and CM Lewis () The dependence of the quantum yield of Chlorella photosynthesis on wave length of light. Am J Bot T Tanada () The photosynthetic efficiency of carotenoid pigments in Navicula minima.
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Get this from a library. A critical consideration of the quantum yield of Chlorella-photosynthesis. [Bessel Kok]. Buy A Critical Consideration of the Quantum Yield of Chlorella-Photosynthesis. Proefschrift, etc. With a summary in German by Bessel Kok (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Bessel Kok. In the region between the LCP and µmole -1 the relationship is nearly linear and this initial slope gives the maximum efficiency of energy transduction; usually expressed as quantum yield (O 2 evolved per photon absorbed) or its reciprocal, quantum requirement (number of photons required to bring about the evolution of one Cited by: 1.
THE DEPENDENCE OF THE QUANTUM YIELD OF CHLORELLA PHOTOSYNTHESIS ON WAVE LENGTH OF LIGHT 1 Robert Emerson and Charlton MI. Lewis MlEASUREMENTS OF the efficiency of plhotosyntihe-sis in different wave lengths of light have receiitly been used as an approach to the problem of the physiological role of the pigments accompanving chlorophyll.
Theoretical ground and experimental approaches. B., A critical consideration of the quantum yield of Chlorella - photosynthesis.
Enzymologia, 13, 1– book. In appreciation of Bessel Kok. Kok B () A critical consideration of the quantum yield of. Chlorella. A critical consideration of quantum yield of Chlorella-photosynthesis. Article. determinations of quantum requirements were made with Chlorella and other algae (see the tabulated data in Steward's Plant Physiology ).
There are few determinations of quantum numbers for photosynthesis in leaves of higher plants. Nothing is known about the number of quanta required to evolve one. Cited: 1. BRISTOL ROACH, B. On the influence of light and of glucose on the growth of a soil alga.
Ann. Bot. KOK, B. A critical consideration of the quantum yield of Chlorella-photosynthesis. Enzymologia 3. KOK, B. On the interrelation of respiration and photosynthesis in green plants. Biochim. Biophys. BRISTOL ROACH, B. On the influence of light and of glucose on the growth of a soil alga.
Ann. Bot. KOK, B. A critical consideration of the quantum yield of Chlorella-photosynthesis. Enzymologia 3. KOK, B. On the interrelation of respiration and photosynthesis in green plants. Biochim.
Biophys. Acta 3. The dependence of the quantum yield of Chlorella photosynthesis on wavelength of light. Ann. Bot. A critical consideration of the quantum yield of Chlorella photosynthesis. Enzymolo 1–56 (). McGraw Hill Book Co. Google by: In higher plants, photorespiratory Gly oxidation in leaf mitochondria yields ammonium in large amounts.
Mitochondrial ammonium must somehow be recovered as glutamate in chloroplasts. As the first step in that recovery, we report glutamine synthetase (GS) activity in highly purified Arabidopsis thaliana mitochondria isolated from light-adapted leaf by: Spectral absorp tion by marine particles of coastal waters off Baja, California.
Limnol. Oceanogr. Kirk, J. Estimation of the scattering coeffi cient of natural waters using underwater measure ments. Aust. Mar. Freshwater Res. Kok, B. A critical consideration of the quantum yield of Chlorella Cited by: Photosynthesis in Chlorella Oxygen Production and Utilisation rates Experimental Design - Chlorophyll A and B Estimation Experimental Design - Dissolved Oxygen Experimental Design - Cell Counting Chlorella Introduction Distance Rate.
Unicellular green algae, such as Chlorella and Scenedesmus, have been artificially cultivated, yielding 75 tons per hectare (30 tons per acre) per year, compared with the standard wheat yield of to tons.
However, the process is costly, since algae, in addition to harvesting, require decolorization and special processing. Measurement of Net and Gross Photosynthesis. Gas-exchange equations predict that net assimilation (A net) increases linearly at low light intensity, where light is limiting, and plateaus at high light levels, where CO 2 assimilation is limited by Rubisco Figure 1, the linear portion of the curve is restricted to light intensities lower than μmol m −2 s − by: 9.
The inhibition of both respiration and photosynthesis in Chlorella pyrenoidosa by thiourea and salicylaldoxime was re- versible. The initial rates were fully restored after 4 hours dialysis and centrifuging. The ascorbic acid content of centrifuged. Many plants live through photosynthesis, and the source of a life is solar energy in animals and plants alike.
The daily yield of 20 grams per square meters indicates that Chlorella produces much more organic matter than regular plants. If we assume one gram of Chlorella has kcal, the yearly calories will be 40, kcal per square meter.
The mitochondrial electron transport chain includes an alternative oxidase ([AOX]) that is hypothesized to aid photosynthetic metabolism, perhaps by acting as an additional electron sink for photogenerated reductant or by dampening the generation of reactive oxygen species.
Gas exchange, chlorophyll fluorescence, photosystem I (PSI) absorbance, Cited by: Studies of photosynthesis and respiration Immobilising cells in small balls or beads of calcium alginate is a significant industrial procedure.
For example, immobilised algae are being trialled for biofuel production, immobilised yeast are being used forFile Size: KB. From these parameters the effective quantum yield was estimated as (Genty et al., ), from which the photosynthetic ETR was calculated as ETR = Φ II × × × PAR.
The fraction of PSII reaction centers in a closed state, used as an indication of excitation pressure, was estimated as (Huner et al., ).Cited by:. Full text of "Photosynthetic adaptation: chloroplast to landscape" See other formats.Photosynthesis Photosynthesis Brown, A H; Frenkel, A W Within the last two years there have appeared upwards of a dozen review articles or monographs devoted entirely or in large part to considerations of research progress in photosynthesis (1 to 12, 78).
The most ambitious of these is the long awaited Volume II of Photosynthesis and Related .It is also shown that the low quantum yield of oxygen evolution is replaced by high yield when supplementary light is added even in the red drop region (the Emerson enhancement effect).
Note that the maximum quantum yield is (or 1 oxygen molecule per minimum of 8 photons absorbed), as observed by R. Emerson & coworkers, but not or.