By John N. Phillips, John L. Huppatz (auth.), C. Sybesma (eds.)
The 6th overseas Congress on Photosynthesis came about from 1 to six August 1983, at the Campus of the "Vrije Universiteit Brussel", in Brussels, Belgium. those complaints include lots of the medical contributions provided in the course of the Congress. The Brussels Congress was once the most important to date held within the sequence of foreign Congresses on Photosynthesis. It counted over 1100 lively members. The organizers attempted to reduce the dangers of one of these huge measurement through making greatest use of the facili ties to be had on a college campus. such a lot contributions have been provided within the kind of posters that have been displayed in a considerable variety of study rooms. The dialogue periods, two times an afternoon, 4 or 5 in parallel, came about in classrooms within the very area of those study rooms. during this manner it was once tried to generate the ambience of a small assembly. The cohesion of the topic Photosynthesis used to be preserved within the ten plenary lectures, organ~sed in this sort of method common assessment of 2 different subject matters was once given on a daily basis. additionally, there have been the 5 occasions 4 parallel symposia facing a few six teenager normal themes. each editor of lawsuits of a congress is confronted with the matter of enhancing and arranging the contributions, an issue compounded by means of the vast range and the big variety of the 753 manuscripts.
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A. &, Pest. Biochem. Physiol. 18, 253. Hansch C and Deutsch EW (1966) The structure activity relationship in amides inhibiting photosynthesis, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 112, 381. a. ampe-6~) resistante a l'atrazine, Proceedings 6th Int. Rapeseed Conference Paris, In the press. Pfister K and Arntzen CJ (1978) The mode of action of photosystem II - specific inhibitors in herbicide - resistant weed biotypes, z. Naturforsch. 34c, 996. Rastogi PP and Zundel G (1981) Proton translocation in hydrogen bonds with large proton polarizability formed between a Schiff base and phenols, Biochem.
18 of the gel was made (one week exposure), and densitograms thereof were recorded. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The dependence of atrazine and bromoxynil binding in the presence of proteases is shown in double-reciprocal fashion (Tischer, Strotmann 1977) in Fig. 1a,b. I j/~ I • 7 6 1... ~i 0/ 5 4 I/~~ / . -! , Fig. 1a,b. ---- 0 50 110 2110 150 1/ [atrazi~,.. ,fAIIr1 • A A 0 • a -100 100 2110 300 1/ [bromoxynil] 1,... IAM-1 control arginine-specific protease (incubation time 60 min) lysine-specific protease (60 min) trypsin (5 min) trypsin (20 min) trypsin (60 min) 500 In the presence of trypsin a decrease~natrazine affinity is observed, in agreement with Steinback et al.
Displacement of the plastoquinone is monitored via the fluorescence change accompanying the electron shift on Q: Q•PQ- + I ~ Q-;,I + PQ At low pH, upon protonation of the semiquinone anion. its displacement by the inhibitor may be further impeded. Oxidized plastoquinone is considered to be only a weak competitor for the bindina site, which explains rapid and strong DCMU-bindinq observed with dark adapted samples. However, this simple model may not be considered fully satisfactory for two main reasons: 1) The model predicts that in the state Q•I a single flash should lead to partial displacement of the inhibitor.
Advances in Photosynthesis Research: Proceedings of the VIth International Congress on Photosynthesis, Brussels, Belgium, August 1–6, 1983. Volume IV by John N. Phillips, John L. Huppatz (auth.), C. Sybesma (eds.)