Probing Photosynthesis: Mechanisms, Regulation, and Adaptation

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Mohammad Yunus, Uday Pathre, Prasanna Mohanty
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Science - 558 pages
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Probing Photosynthesis represents the cutting edge of research on photosynthesis and provides details of experimental approaches that have been adopted to understand it's complex regulatory and adaptive processes. Its twenty seven chapters have been divided into four sections: Evolution, structure and function; Biodiversity metabolism and regulation; Stress and adaptations; and Techniques. Written by leading subject experts from around the world, this comprehensive treatise will interest researchers and students from all disciplines of plant science and provide a useful reference for courses in plant biochemistry, crop physiology, plant biotechnology and environmental botany.

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Dr. Mohammad Yunus is Head of Environmental Sciences, National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, India. Dr. Uday Pathre is a research scientist at the Plant Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Institute, also at the National Botanical Research Institute. Professor Prasanna Mohanty is at the School of Life Sciences at Jawahsarlal Nehru University, New Delhi. This volume is dedicated to Dr. P.V. Sane, Director of the National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to photosynthesis research and a very deep commitment to plant science.

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