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In vitro investigation of the photoprotection mechanism of Light Harvesting Complex II
Solar energy is used by photosynthetic organisms to drive energy required cellular processes. Is absorbed by two groups of pigments, located in the LHCs.
In shape for photoregulation
How does the photoregulation mechanism work in detail?
Towards in-cell structural study of light-harvesting complexes : an investigation with MAS-NMR
Light-Harvesting Complex II (LHCII) is responsible for light absorption and excitation energy transfer in plants and photosynthetic algae, while in high light it undergoes conformational changes by which it quenches excitations to prevent photodamage.
Structure and regulation in photosynthesis
Plants, algae and cyanobacteria have the amazing capacity to perform delicate photophysical and photochemical processes of light capture, excitation transfer, charge separation and catalysis in fluctuating living environments. As a consequence, photosynthetic proteins and membranes form dynamic architectures.…
Light Harvesting Satellite Meeting of the 17th International Congress on Photosynthesis Research