Experts and Doctors on photosynthesis in United States


Locale: United States
Topic: photosynthesis

Top Publications

  1. Hoch W, Singsaas E, McCown B. Resorption protection. Anthocyanins facilitate nutrient recovery in autumn by shielding leaves from potentially damaging light levels. Plant Physiol. 2003;133:1296-305 pubmed
    ..These results strongly support the resorption protection hypothesis of anthocyanins in senescing leaves...
  2. Larimer F, Chain P, Hauser L, Lamerdin J, Malfatti S, Do L, et al. Complete genome sequence of the metabolically versatile photosynthetic bacterium Rhodopseudomonas palustris. Nat Biotechnol. 2004;22:55-61 pubmed
    ..Almost 15% of the genome is devoted to transport. This genome sequence is a starting point to use R. palustris as a model to explore how organisms integrate metabolic modules in response to environmental perturbations...
  3. Goyer A, Collakova E, Diaz De La Garza R, Quinlivan E, Williamson J, Gregory J, et al. 5-Formyltetrahydrofolate is an inhibitory but well tolerated metabolite in Arabidopsis leaves. J Biol Chem. 2005;280:26137-42 pubmed
    ..However, the near-normal growth of the mutant shows that even exceptionally high 5-CHO-THF levels do not much affect fluxes through SHMT or any other folate-dependent reaction, i.e. that 5-CHO-THF is well tolerated in plants. ..
  4. Farage P, Blowers D, Long S, Baker N. Low growth temperatures modify the efficiency of light use by photosystem II for CO2 assimilation in leaves of two chilling-tolerant C4 species, Cyperus longus L. and Miscanthus x giganteus. Plant Cell Environ. 2006;29:720-8 pubmed
    ..These differences may explain the long growing season and remarkable productivity of this C4 plant in cool climates, even in comparison to other C4 species such as C. longus, which occur naturally in such climates...
  5. Ishiga Y, Uppalapati S, Ishiga T, Elavarthi S, Martin B, Bender C. The phytotoxin coronatine induces light-dependent reactive oxygen species in tomato seedlings. New Phytol. 2009;181:147-60 pubmed publisher
    ..In conclusion, these results demonstrate a role for COR-induced effects on photosynthetic machinery and ROS in modulating necrotic cell death during bacterial speck disease of tomato. ..
  6. Houston N, Hajduch M, Thelen J. Quantitative proteomics of seed filling in castor: comparison with soybean and rapeseed reveals differences between photosynthetic and nonphotosynthetic seed metabolism. Plant Physiol. 2009;151:857-68 pubmed publisher
    ..These and other differences suggest some aspects of carbon flow, carbon recapture, as well as ATP and NADPH production in castor differs from photosynthetic oilseeds. ..
  7. Offermann S, Okita T, Edwards G. Resolving the compartmentation and function of C4 photosynthesis in the single-cell C4 species Bienertia sinuspersici. Plant Physiol. 2011;155:1612-28 pubmed publisher
    ..The results indicate that peripheral and central compartment chloroplasts in the single-cell C(4) species B. sinuspersici function analogous to mesophyll and bundle sheath chloroplasts of Kranz-type C(4) species. ..
  8. Yandeau Nelson M, Laurens L, Shi Z, Xia H, Smith A, Guiltinan M. Starch-branching enzyme IIa is required for proper diurnal cycling of starch in leaves of maize. Plant Physiol. 2011;156:479-90 pubmed publisher
  9. Pasquini S, Santiago L. Nutrients limit photosynthesis in seedlings of a lowland tropical forest tree species. Oecologia. 2012;168:311-9 pubmed publisher
    ..07), and saturating photosynthetically active radiation increased with N addition. The results demonstrate that nutrient addition can enhance photosynthetic processes, even under low light availability. ..

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  1. Kolling D, Cox N, Ananyev G, Pace R, Dismukes G. What are the oxidation states of manganese required to catalyze photosynthetic water oxidation?. Biophys J. 2012;103:313-22 pubmed publisher
    ..The results from this study have major implications for proposed mechanisms of photosynthetic water oxidation. ..
  2. Chiang Y, Zubo Y, Tapken W, Kim H, Lavanway A, Howard L, et al. Functional characterization of the GATA transcription factors GNC and CGA1 reveals their key role in chloroplast development, growth, and division in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2012;160:332-48 pubmed publisher
  3. Rao S, Magnin N, Reiskind J, Bowes G. Photosynthetic and other phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase isoforms in the single-cell, facultative C(4) system of Hydrilla verticillata. Plant Physiol. 2002;130:876-86 pubmed
    ..verticillata PEPC predating that of other C(4) angiosperms. ..
  4. Weston D, Bauerle W. Inhibition and acclimation of C(3) photosynthesis to moderate heat: a perspective from thermally contrasting genotypes of Acer rubrum (red maple). Tree Physiol. 2007;27:1083-92 pubmed
  5. Yin L, Dragnea V, Bauer C. PpsR, a regulator of heme and bacteriochlorophyll biosynthesis, is a heme-sensing protein. J Biol Chem. 2012;287:13850-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, PpsR functions as both a redox and heme sensor to coordinate the amount of heme, bacteriochlorophyll, and photosystem apoprotein synthesis thereby providing fine tune control to avoid excess free tetrapyrrole accumulation...
  6. Frost C, Nyamdari B, Tsai C, Harding S. The tonoplast-localized sucrose transporter in Populus (PtaSUT4) regulates whole-plant water relations, responses to water stress, and photosynthesis. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e44467 pubmed publisher
    ..We discuss a model in which the subcellular compartmentalization of sucrose mediated by PtaSUT4 is regulated in response to both sink demand and plant water status in Populus...
  7. Rimando A, Dayan F, Streibig J. PSII inhibitory activity of resorcinolic lipids from Sorghum bicolor. J Nat Prod. 2003;66:42-5 pubmed
    ..20 microM, respectively). Compound 4 could not be enzymatically converted to a quinone, suggesting that the quinone moiety is not required for its photosystem II inhibitory activity. Compounds 5 and 6 are reported for the first time. ..
  8. Rao S, Reiskind J, Bowes G. Light regulation of the photosynthetic phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (PEPC) in Hydrilla verticillata. Plant Cell Physiol. 2006;47:1206-16 pubmed
    ..It was tolerant to malate, with 10-fold higher I(50) values than the PEPC from C(4) leaves. These data suggest that hvpepc4 encodes the C(4) photosynthetic PEPC, and hvpepc3 encodes an anaplerotic form. ..
  9. Wu J, Bauer C. RegB/RegA, a global redox-responding two-component system. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2008;631:131-48 pubmed publisher
  10. Saha R, Verseput A, Berla B, Mueller T, Pakrasi H, Maranas C. Reconstruction and comparison of the metabolic potential of cyanobacteria Cyanothece sp. ATCC 51142 and Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e48285 pubmed publisher
    ..Specific metabolic pathway differences between the two cyanobacteria alluding to different bio-production potentials are reflected in both models...
  11. van Waasbergen L, Dolganov N, Grossman A. nblS, a gene involved in controlling photosynthesis-related gene expression during high light and nutrient stress in Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942. J Bacteriol. 2002;184:2481-90 pubmed
    ..Thus, the NblS protein is involved in the control of a number of processes critical for altering the photosynthetic apparatus in response to both HL and nutrient stress conditions. ..
  12. Bergschneider H, Muller Parker G. Nutritional role of two algal symbionts in the temperate sea anemone Anthopleura elegantissima brandt. Biol Bull. 2008;215:73-88 pubmed
    ..This additional nutrition may allow both algae to persist in this temperate intertidal anemone in spite of differences in seasonal photosynthetic carbon contributions. ..
  13. Zhang R, Sharkey T. Photosynthetic electron transport and proton flux under moderate heat stress. Photosynth Res. 2009;100:29-43 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that heat alters the redox balance away from PSII and toward PSI and that the regulation of CEF helps photosynthesis tolerate heat stress. ..
  14. Imam S, Noguera D, Donohue T. Global insights into energetic and metabolic networks in Rhodobacter sphaeroides. BMC Syst Biol. 2013;7:89 pubmed publisher
    ..It also led to a significant improvement in the predictive capabilities of a metabolic model for the different energetic lifestyles of a facultative organism. ..
  15. Luxem K, Ellwood M, Strzepek R. Intraspecific variability in Phaeocystis antarctica's response to iron and light stress. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0179751 pubmed publisher
    ..This physiological diversity is surprisingly large for isolates of a single phytoplankton species. ..
  16. WILSON S, Gleisten M, Donohue T. Identification of proteins involved in formaldehyde metabolism by Rhodobacter sphaeroides. Microbiology. 2008;154:296-305 pubmed publisher
    ..R. sphaeroides Gfa is not essential to activate formaldehyde, as cells lacking gfa are capable of both methanol-dependent oxygen uptake and growth with methanol as a photosynthetic carbon source. ..
  17. Sessions A, Doughty D, Welander P, Summons R, Newman D. The continuing puzzle of the great oxidation event. Curr Biol. 2009;19:R567-74 pubmed publisher
    ..Our goal in this review is to provide a short summary of the current state of the field, and make the case that future progress towards solving the riddle of oxygen will benefit greatly from the involvement of molecular biologists. ..
  18. Royer D, Meyerson L, Robertson K, Adams J. Phenotypic plasticity of leaf shape along a temperature gradient in Acer rubrum. PLoS ONE. 2009;4:e7653 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that variables related to tooth count and leaf dissection in A. rubrum can respond quickly to climate change, which increases confidence in paleoclimate methods that use these variables. ..
  19. Sun G, Yang Z, Ishwar A, Huang J. Algal genes in the closest relatives of animals. Mol Biol Evol. 2010;27:2879-89 pubmed publisher
  20. Ocheltree T, Nippert J, Prasad P. Changes in stomatal conductance along grass blades reflect changes in leaf structure. Plant Cell Environ. 2012;35:1040-9 pubmed publisher
    ..A strong correlation between the distance from vascular bundles to stomatal pores and stomatal conductance has been identified across species; our results suggest this relationship also exists within individual leaves. ..
  21. Zhou L, Tian Y, Myneni R, Ciais P, Saatchi S, Liu Y, et al. Widespread decline of Congo rainforest greenness in the past decade. Nature. 2014;509:86-90 pubmed publisher
  22. Govorov A, Carmeli I. Hybrid structures composed of photosynthetic system and metal nanoparticles: plasmon enhancement effect. Nano Lett. 2007;7:620-5 pubmed
    ..In phototransport experiments with photosynthetic reaction centers, the plasma resonance can enhance the photocurrent response. The enhancement mechanism described here can be utilized in energy-conversion devices and sensors. ..
  23. Hopkinson B, Meile C, Shen C. Quantification of extracellular carbonic anhydrase activity in two marine diatoms and investigation of its role. Plant Physiol. 2013;162:1142-52 pubmed publisher
    ..Alternative roles for eCA in CO2 recovery as HCO3(-) and surface pH regulation were investigated, but eCA was found to have minimal effects on these processes...
  24. Behrenfeld M, Worthington K, Sherrell R, Chavez F, Strutton P, McPhaden M, et al. Controls on tropical Pacific Ocean productivity revealed through nutrient stress diagnostics. Nature. 2006;442:1025-8 pubmed
    ..2-2.5 Pg C yr(-1) lower than previous estimates have suggested, a difference that is comparable to the global change in ocean production that accompanied the largest El Niño to La Niña transition on record. ..
  25. Benitez Nelson C, Bidigare R, Dickey T, Landry M, Leonard C, Brown S, et al. Mesoscale eddies drive increased silica export in the subtropical Pacific Ocean. Science. 2007;316:1017-21 pubmed
    ..Instead, the system functioned as a selective silica pump. Strong trophic coupling and inefficient organic export may be general characteristics of community perturbation responses in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean. ..
  26. Reimers C. Applications of microelectrodes to problems in chemical oceanography. Chem Rev. 2007;107:590-600 pubmed
  27. McClung C, Hsu M, Painter J, Gagne J, Karlsberg S, Salomé P. Integrated temporal regulation of the photorespiratory pathway. Circadian regulation of two Arabidopsis genes encoding serine hydroxymethyltransferase. Plant Physiol. 2000;123:381-92 pubmed
    ..In addition, we show that SHM1 mRNA accumulates in light-grown seedlings, although this response is probably an indirect consequence of the induction of photosynthesis and photorespiration by illumination. ..
  28. Xue Z, McCluskey M, Cantera K, Sariaslani F, Huang L. Identification, characterization and functional expression of a tyrosine ammonia-lyase and its mutants from the photosynthetic bacterium Rhodobacter sphaeroides. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol. 2007;34:599-604 pubmed
    ..Our studies illustrate that relatively minor changes in the primary structure of an ammonia-lyase enzyme can significantly affect its substrate specificity. ..
  29. Djanaguiraman M, Prasad P, Seppanen M. Selenium protects sorghum leaves from oxidative damage under high temperature stress by enhancing antioxidant defense system. Plant Physiol Biochem. 2010;48:999-1007 pubmed publisher
    ..The present study suggests that selenium can play a protective role during HT stress by enhancing the antioxidant defense system. ..
  30. Dreher T, Brown N, Bozarth C, Schwartz A, Riscoe E, Thrash C, et al. A freshwater cyanophage whose genome indicates close relationships to photosynthetic marine cyanomyophages. Environ Microbiol. 2011;13:1858-74 pubmed publisher
    ..Regions 1 and 2 contain many predicted late promoters, with a combination of CTAAATA and ATAAATA core sequences. Two predicted genes that are unusual in phage genomes are homologues of cellular spoT and nusG. ..
  31. Roden J, Farquhar G. A controlled test of the dual-isotope approach for the interpretation of stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratio variation in tree rings. Tree Physiol. 2012;32:490-503 pubmed publisher
    ..The dual-isotope approach appears to be valid conceptually, but more work is needed to make it operational under different scenarios. ..
  32. Barua D, Heckathorn S, Coleman J. Variation in heat-shock proteins and photosynthetic thermotolerance among natural populations of Chenopodium album L. from contrasting thermal environments: implications for plant responses to global warming. J Integr Plant Biol. 2008;50:1440-51 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that future global climate change will differentially impact ecotypes within species, possibly by selecting for increased basal versus inducible thermotolerance. ..
  33. Slot M, Wright S, Kitajima K. Foliar respiration and its temperature sensitivity in trees and lianas: in situ measurements in the upper canopy of a tropical forest. Tree Physiol. 2013;33:505-15 pubmed publisher
    ..Similarity in respiration characteristics across PFTs, and relatively strong correlations of R with other leaf functional traits offer potential for trait-based vegetation modeling in species-rich tropical forests. ..
  34. Sharkey T, Chen X, Yeh S. Isoprene increases thermotolerance of fosmidomycin-fed leaves. Plant Physiol. 2001;125:2001-6 pubmed
    ..The effect may be a general hydrocarbon effect and related to the double bonds in the isoprene molecule. ..
  35. Sharkey T, Wiberley A, Donohue A. Isoprene emission from plants: why and how. Ann Bot. 2008;101:5-18 pubmed
    ..Understanding the regulation of isoprene emission is advancing rapidly now that the pathway that provides the substrate is known. ..
  36. Xiong Y, DeFraia C, Williams D, Zhang X, Mou Z. Deficiency in a cytosolic ribose-5-phosphate isomerase causes chloroplast dysfunction, late flowering and premature cell death in Arabidopsis. Physiol Plant. 2009;137:249-63 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate that a deficiency in the non-oxidative phase of the cytosolic oxPPP has pleiotropic effects on plant growth and development and causes premature cell death. ..
  37. Olah G, Prakash G, Goeppert A. Anthropogenic chemical carbon cycle for a sustainable future. J Am Chem Soc. 2011;133:12881-98 pubmed publisher
    ..Our ability to develop a feasible anthropogenic chemical carbon cycle supplementing nature's photosynthesis also offers a new solution to one of the major challenges facing humankind. ..
  38. Sekar N, Jain R, Yan Y, Ramasamy R. Enhanced photo-bioelectrochemical energy conversion by genetically engineered cyanobacteria. Biotechnol Bioeng. 2016;113:675-9 pubmed publisher
    ..This work highlights the scope for enhancing photocurrent generation in cyanobacteria, thereby benefiting faster advancement of the photosynthetic microbial fuel cell technology. ..
  39. Bagshaw E, Wadham J, Tranter M, Perkins R, Morgan A, Williamson C, et al. Response of Antarctic cryoconite microbial communities to light. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2016;92:fiw076 pubmed publisher
  40. Moon J, Zhu L, Shen H, Huq E. PIF1 directly and indirectly regulates chlorophyll biosynthesis to optimize the greening process in Arabidopsis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:9433-8 pubmed publisher
    ..These data strongly suggest that PIF1 directly and indirectly regulates key genes involved in chlorophyll biosynthesis to optimize the greening process in Arabidopsis. ..
  41. Kontur W, ZIEGELHOFFER E, Spero M, Imam S, Noguera D, Donohue T. Pathways involved in reductant distribution during photobiological H(2) production by Rhodobacter sphaeroides. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2011;77:7425-9 pubmed publisher
    ..We found that H(2) production capacity is related to the levels of expression of the nitrogenase and hydrogenase enzymes and the enzymes of the Calvin-Benson-Bassham pathway. ..
  42. Grantz D, Paudel R, Vu H, Shrestha A, Grulke N. Diel trends in stomatal response to ozone and water deficit: a unique relationship of midday values to growth and allometry in Pima cotton?. Plant Biol (Stuttg). 2016;18 Suppl 1:37-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Responses of stomata to O3 at midday were not good surrogates for stomatal responses early or late in the day, and may not adequately predicting O3 flux under WD or when maximum ambient concentrations do not occur near midday. ..
  43. Wiltbank L, Kehoe D. Two Cyanobacterial Photoreceptors Regulate Photosynthetic Light Harvesting by Sensing Teal, Green, Yellow, and Red Light. MBio. 2016;7:e02130-15 pubmed publisher
    ..Our finding of two photoreceptors with broad light color-sensing capabilities and clearly defined physiological roles provides new insights into complex light color sensing and its regulation. ..
  44. Bourdeau R, Lee Gosselin A, Lakshmanan A, Farhadi A, Kumar S, Nety S, et al. Acoustic reporter genes for noninvasive imaging of microorganisms in mammalian hosts. Nature. 2018;553:86-90 pubmed publisher
    ..This technology equips microbial cells with a means to be visualized deep inside mammalian hosts, facilitating the study of the mammalian microbiome and the development of diagnostic and therapeutic cellular agents. ..
  45. Swem L, Elsen S, Bird T, Swem D, Koch H, Myllykallio H, et al. The RegB/RegA two-component regulatory system controls synthesis of photosynthesis and respiratory electron transfer components in Rhodobacter capsulatus. J Mol Biol. 2001;309:121-38 pubmed
    ..These data provide evidence that the RegB/RegA two-component system has a major role in controlling the synthesis of numerous processes that affect reducing equivalents in Rhodobacter capsulatus...
  46. Delph L, Gehring J, Arntz A, Levri M, Frey F. Genetic correlations with floral display lead to sexual dimorphism in the cost of reproduction. Am Nat. 2005;166 Suppl 4:S31-41 pubmed
    ..Our results are consistent with the hypothesis that genetic correlations between floral display and ecophysiological traits lead to a higher cost of reproduction for males. ..
  47. Davis P, Hangarter R. Chloroplast movement provides photoprotection to plants by redistributing PSII damage within leaves. Photosynth Res. 2012;112:153-61 pubmed publisher
  48. Masuda S, Dong C, Swem D, Setterdahl A, Knaff D, Bauer C. Repression of photosynthesis gene expression by formation of a disulfide bond in CrtJ. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002;99:7078-83 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that disulfide bond formation in CrtJ may differ from the mechanism of disulfide bond formation used by OxyR. ..
  49. Patel M, Corey A, Yin L, Ali S, Taylor W, Berry J. Untranslated regions from C4 amaranth AhRbcS1 mRNAs confer translational enhancement and preferential bundle sheath cell expression in transgenic C4 Flaveria bidentis. Plant Physiol. 2004;136:3550-61 pubmed
  50. Bovard B, Curtis P, Vogel C, Su H, Schmid H. Environmental controls on sap flow in a northern hardwood forest. Tree Physiol. 2005;25:31-8 pubmed
    ..We conclude that species-specific responses to PAR, D and soil water content are key elements to understanding current and future water fluxes in this ecosystem. ..
  51. Overman A, Scholtz R. Accumulation of biomass and mineral elements with calendar time by cotton: application of the expanded growth model. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e72810 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, all model parameters were common for the two sites with the exception of the yield factor A which accounts for differences in soil types, environmental conditions, fertilizer levels, and plant population. ..
  52. Falcone D, Tabita F. Expression and regulation of Bradyrhizobium japonicum and Xanthobacter flavus CO2 fixation genes in a photosynthetic bacterial host. J Bacteriol. 1993;175:866-9 pubmed
    ..These studies suggest that sequences and molecular signals which regulate the expression of diverse RubisCO genes may be probed by using the R. sphaeroides complementation system...
  53. Kappell A, van Waasbergen L. The response regulator RpaB binds the high light regulatory 1 sequence upstream of the high-light-inducible hliB gene from the cyanobacterium Synechocystis PCC 6803. Arch Microbiol. 2007;187:337-42 pubmed
    ..In this study, we identify the factor that binds the HLR1 upstream of the HL-inducible hliB gene in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis PCC 6803 as the RpaB (Slr0947) response regulator. ..
  54. Sekhon R, Childs K, Santoro N, Foster C, Buell C, de Leon N, et al. Transcriptional and metabolic analysis of senescence induced by preventing pollination in maize. Plant Physiol. 2012;159:1730-44 pubmed publisher
    ..Insights from this study will be valuable in systems biology of senescence in maize and other grasses. ..
  55. Oh M, Trick H, Rajashekar C. Secondary metabolism and antioxidants are involved in environmental adaptation and stress tolerance in lettuce. J Plant Physiol. 2009;166:180-91 pubmed publisher
    ..These results suggest that activation of secondary metabolism as well as the antioxidative metabolism is an integral part of plant adaptation to normal growing conditions in lettuce plants. ..
  56. Lyon B, Lee P, Bennett J, Ditullio G, Janech M. Proteomic analysis of a sea-ice diatom: salinity acclimation provides new insight into the dimethylsulfoniopropionate production pathway. Plant Physiol. 2011;157:1926-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Proteins from the four enzyme classes of the proposed algal Met transaminase DMSP pathway were among the elevated proteins, supporting our hypothesis and providing candidate genes for future characterization studies. ..
  57. Aryal U, Stöckel J, Welsh E, Gritsenko M, Nicora C, Koppenaal D, et al. Dynamic proteome analysis of Cyanothece sp. ATCC 51142 under constant light. J Proteome Res. 2012;11:609-19 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall results demonstrated the utility of "non-steady state" pulsed metabolic labeling for systems-wide dynamic quantification of the proteome in Cyanothece ATCC51142 that can also be applied to other cyanobacteria...
  58. Tsui E, Agapie T. Reduction potentials of heterometallic manganese-oxido cubane complexes modulated by redox-inactive metals. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:10084-8 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings support proposals that one function of calcium in the OEC is to modulate the reduction potential of the cluster to allow electron transfer. ..
  59. Jung H, Crisp P, Estavillo G, Cole B, Hong F, Mockler T, et al. Subset of heat-shock transcription factors required for the early response of Arabidopsis to excess light. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:14474-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Excess light regulates both the subcellular location of HSFA1D and its biochemical properties, making it a key early component of the excess light stress network of plants. ..
  60. Klatt J, Meyer S, Häusler S, Macalady J, De Beer D, Polerecky L. Structure and function of natural sulphide-oxidizing microbial mats under dynamic input of light and chemical energy. ISME J. 2016;10:921-33 pubmed publisher
  61. Yildiz F, Gest H, Bauer C. Attenuated effect of oxygen on photopigment synthesis in Rhodospirillum centenum. J Bacteriol. 1991;173:5502-6 pubmed
    ..The latter result suggests that R. centenum contains separate regulatory circuits for controlling synthesis of its photochemical apparatus by light intensity and oxygen...
  62. Hensel L, Grbic V, Baumgarten D, Bleecker A. Developmental and age-related processes that influence the longevity and senescence of photosynthetic tissues in arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 1993;5:553-64 pubmed
    ..A model is presented in which it is postulated that leaf senescence is triggered by age-related declines in photosynthetic processes. ..
  63. Dinkins R, Reddy M, Leng M, Collins G. Overexpression of the Arabidopsis thaliana MinD1 gene alters chloroplast size and number in transgenic tobacco plants. Planta. 2001;214:180-8 pubmed
    ..These results show that the Arabidopsis MinD1 gene also functions in a heterologous system and confirm the role of the MinD protein in regulation of chloroplast division. ..
  64. Mason C, Underwood G, Baker N, Davey P, Davidson I, Hanlon A, et al. The role of herbicides in the erosion of salt marshes in eastern England. Environ Pollut. 2003;122:41-9 pubmed
    ..The data support the hypothesis that sublethal herbicide concentrations could be playing a role in the increased erosion of salt marshes that has occurred over the past 40 years...
  65. Salem K, van Waasbergen L. Photosynthetic electron transport controls expression of the high light inducible gene in the cyanobacterium Synechococcus elongatus strain PCC 7942. Plant Cell Physiol. 2004;45:651-8 pubmed
    ..Modest up-regulation occurs in LL by treatment with 3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-1,1-dimethylurea, but this is related to effects on hliA mRNA stability rather than on transcription. ..
  66. Hamilton E, Heckathorn S, Joshi P, Wang D, Barua D. Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and growth temperature on the tolerance of photosynthesis to acute heat stress in C3 and C4 species. J Integr Plant Biol. 2008;50:1375-87 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, interactive effects of elevated CO2 and warmer growth temperatures on acute heat tolerance may contribute to future changes in plant productivity, distribution, and diversity. ..
  67. Goode L, Erhardt E, Santiago L, Allen M. Carbon stable isotopic composition of soluble sugars in Tillandsia epiphytes varies in response to shifts in habitat. Oecologia. 2010;163:583-90 pubmed publisher
    ..C isotopic analysis of sugars together with bulk leaf tissue offers a useful approach for incorporating short- and long-term measurements of C isotope discrimination during photosynthesis. ..
  68. Laguna R, Tabita F, Alber B. Acetate-dependent photoheterotrophic growth and the differential requirement for the Calvin-Benson-Bassham reductive pentose phosphate cycle in Rhodobacter sphaeroides and Rhodopseudomonas palustris. Arch Microbiol. 2011;193:151-4 pubmed publisher
    ..Each pathway, therefore, also dictates at what point, CO(2) and reductant are consumed, thereby determining the requirement for the Calvin-Benson-Bassham reductive pentose phosphate cycle...
  69. Gabilly S, Kropat J, Karamoko M, Page M, Nakamoto S, Merchant S, et al. A novel component of the disulfide-reducing pathway required for cytochrome c assembly in plastids. Genetics. 2011;187:793-802 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that CCS4 might function to stabilize CCDA or regulate its activity...
  70. Allen L, Kakani V, Vu J, Boote K. Elevated CO2 increases water use efficiency by sustaining photosynthesis of water-limited maize and sorghum. J Plant Physiol. 2011;168:1909-18 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, less water might be required for C(4) crops in future higher CO(2) atmospheres, assuming weather and climate similar to present conditions...
  71. Wang Y, Zeng X, Iyer N, Bryant D, Mockler T, Mahalingam R. Exploring the switchgrass transcriptome using second-generation sequencing technology. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e34225 pubmed publisher
    ..Sequence analysis of closely related members of the NAD(+)-malic enzyme type C4 grasses such as the model system Setaria viridis can serve as a viable proxy for the switchgrass genome. ..
  72. Pandelova I, Figueroa M, Wilhelm L, Manning V, Mankaney A, Mockler T, et al. Host-selective toxins of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis induce common responses associated with host susceptibility. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e40240 pubmed publisher
  73. Wheelwright N, Sinclair J, Hochwender C, Janzen F. Leaf size in three generations of a dioecious tropical tree, Ocotea tenera (Lauraceae): Sexual dimorphism and changes with age. Am J Bot. 2012;99:1350-5 pubmed publisher
    ..We took advantage of a long-term experimental study of Ocotea tenera (Lauraceae), a dioecious understory tree in Monteverde, Costa Rica, to explore leaf size differences between genders and age classes across generations...
  74. Singh D, Laremore T, Smith P, Maximova S, McNellis T. Knockdown of FIBRILLIN4 gene expression in apple decreases plastoglobule plastoquinone content. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e47547 pubmed publisher
    ..Failure to accumulate the antioxidant plastoquinone in the fbn4 knock-down plastoglobules might contribute to the increased stress sensitivity of fbn4 knock-down trees. ..
  75. Lee J, Frankenberg C, van der Tol C, Berry J, Guanter L, Boyce C, et al. Forest productivity and water stress in Amazonia: observations from GOSAT chlorophyll fluorescence. Proc Biol Sci. 2013;280:20130171 pubmed publisher
    ..When the dry season extended to drought in 2010 over Amazonia, midday basin-wide GPP was reduced by 15 per cent compared with 2009. ..
  76. Bowman S, Patel M, Yerramsetty P, Mure C, Zielinski A, Bruenn J, et al. A novel RNA binding protein affects rbcL gene expression and is specific to bundle sheath chloroplasts in C4 plants. BMC Plant Biol. 2013;13:138 pubmed publisher
    ..Evolutionary modification of RLSB expression, from a C3 "default" state to BS cell-specificity, could represent one mechanism by which rbcL expression has become restricted to only one cell type in C4 plants...
  77. Lyons T, Reinhard C, Planavsky N. The rise of oxygen in Earth's early ocean and atmosphere. Nature. 2014;506:307-15 pubmed publisher
  78. Giraldo J, Landry M, Faltermeier S, McNicholas T, Iverson N, Boghossian A, et al. Plant nanobionics approach to augment photosynthesis and biochemical sensing. Nat Mater. 2014;13:400-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Nanobionics engineering of plant function may contribute to the development of biomimetic materials for light-harvesting and biochemical detection with regenerative properties and enhanced efficiency. ..
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