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- n. Plural form of phycobilisome.
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State transition is a physiological adaptation mechanism that balances the distribution of the light energy absorbed by phycobilisomes between PS I and PS II in cyanobacteria
After washing with 2 mM dodecyl maltoside to remove any of the remaining phycobilisomes, the membranes were washed twice and resuspended in the thylakoid buffer to a Chl concentration of 1 mg ml
They are pigmented with allophycocyanins, phycocyanin, and phycoerythrin that are located in phycobilisomes.
Sivan A, Arad SM (1993) Induction and characterization of pigment mutants in the red microalga Sivan A, Thomas JC, Dubacq JP, Moppes D, Arad S (1995) Protoplast fusion and genetic complementation of pigment mutations in the red microalga Suter GW, Mazzola P, Wendler J, Holzwarth AR (1984) Fluorescence decay kinetics in phycobilisomes isolated from the bluegreen alga
Liu LN, Chen XL, Zhang YZ, Zhou BC (2005) Characterization, structure and function of linker polypeptides in phycobilisomes of cyanobacteria and red algae: an overview.
Arteni AA, Liu LN, Aartsma TJ, Zhang YZ, Zhou BC, et al. (2008) Structure and organization of phycobilisomes on membranes of the red alga Gantt E, Lipschultz CA (1974) Phycobilisomes of Porphyridium cruentum
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