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In the artificial photosynthetic system, nature’s photosynthesis will be mimicked such that hydrogen, a sustainable energy source, can be produced from solar energy and water alone. Soils in which deficiency is prominent. A., Whitten, D. G.: ibid. Acta, Gribova, Z. P., Tikhonov, A. N.: Biophysics. Biophys. Biophys. Biophys. Sci. Oxygen is so inherent to life on Earth today that we take its presence for granted, and it’s easy to forget that Earth’s atmosphere wasn’t always oxygen-rich. Univ. Am. Photobiol. Acad. : Biochim. Biophys. : Biochim. We do not capture any email address. U.S.A. Gol'dfel'd, M. G., Vozuyshayova, L. V., Yushmanov, V. Y.: Biophysics, Izawa, S., Heath, R. L., Hind, G.: Biochim. 28, 277. Both soil application and foliar sprays increase yields in deficient trees. Biophys. Acad. Escabi-Perez, J. R., et al. © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. : Biochim. Chim. Acta. Grätzel, M., in: Micellization, solubilization, and microemulsions (Ed. 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So far, the role of K and Mg in photosynthesis and associated processes has not been covered in a comprehensive review. (Ed. Manganese Oxidation at 2.415 Ga. Two new scientific drill cores through the 2415 ± 6 Ma Koegas Subgroup (conservatively constrained to be <2.43 Ga and >2.22 Ga, see SI Text and ref. Acad. Biochem. This is mainly as a result of increasing the number of fruit per tree. The Large Scale Laboratory Culture of Chlorella Under Conditions of Micronutrient Element Deficiency. J. Kraljic, I., Barboy, N., Leicknamm, J. P.: Photochem. Biophys. Arch Biochem Biophys. Acta, Katz, J. J., Shipman, L. L., Norris, J. R.: see Ref. The similar effects on photoinhibition of manganese deficiency and of CMU treatment and the protective action of manganese against photoinhibition and CMU poisoning are interpreted to indicate a site of action of manganese on the reducing side of photosystem II, close to the CMU-sensitive site. Reimer, S., Link, K., Trebst, A.: Z. Naturforsch. Manganese is necessary in photosynthesis, nitrogen metabolism and to form other compounds required for plant metabolism. important role. Soc. ): Encyclopedia of plant physiology, New Series 6: (Photosynthetic carbon metabolism and related processes), Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 1979, Hall, D. O., Rao, K. K. Natl. Fong, F. K., Koester, V. J., Galloway, L.: ibid. Forbush, B., Kok, B., McGloin, M.: Photochem. Stillwell, W., Tien, H. T.: Biochem. by Wehry, E. L.) Plenum Press, New York, p. 196, 1976. Heither, H., Galla, H. J., Möhwald, H.: Z. Naturforsch. This manganese-affected site may represent a secondary structural or metabolic consequence of manganese deficiency, not necessarily involved in quantum yields of oxygen. Res. Thornber, J. P., Barber, J.: Topics in Photosynthesis 3 (Photosynthetic related model systems) p. 27, 1979. Part of Springer Nature. In: Allen J P, Osmond B, Golbeck JH, and Gantt E Eds, Photosynthesis: Energy from the Sun. J. Exptl. 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F., in: Brookhaven Symposia in Biology 19: Energy conversion by the photosynthetic apparatus, p. 406, 1966, Cheniae, G. M., Kok, B., in: Current Topics in Bioenergetics I (Ed. ): Photosynthesis, London, 1977, Mühlethaler, K., in: Encyclopedia of plant physiology. Natl. Photobiol. Acta, Lovenberg, W. Manganese-deficient cells were also more sensitive to CMU inhibition of photosynthesis. Rev. Manganese is a chemical element with the symbol Mn and atomic number 25. : Biochim. Cookson, D. J., Hayes, M. T., Wright, P. E.: ibid. Results of studies of the role of Mn in oxygen evolution from the action of light (> 300 nm) on water during photosynthesis are reviewed. Photobiol. Chem. Bajaj, S. P., Nowak, T., Castellino, F. J.: ibid. Biophys. osti.gov journal article: a role for manganese in oxygen evolution in photosynthesis Although the initial rates of photosynthetic oxygen evolution were not affected by the level of manganese, photoinhibition in high intensity light was markedly influenced. Grätzel, M., Thomas, J. K., in: Modern Fluorescence Spectroscopy 2 (Ed. Infelta, P. P., Grätzel, M., Fendler, J. H.: ibid. Chain, R.K., Malkin, R.: Arch. Evans, M. C. W., Reeves, S. G., Cammack, R.: F.E.B.S. Lumsden, J., Hall, D. O.: Biochim. Photosynthesis strongly depends on sufficient Mg2++ supply, reduction of CO2 assimilation is often on Mg2++ deficient plants. Sci. As a result, these minerals tend to bind with the surface of plant tissues, rather than being absorbed. Chem. Manganese influences the uptake and assimilation of other nutrients in the plant. Mercier-Smith, J. Humphry-Baker, R., et al. Res. Chem. Acta, Govindjee, Wydrzynski, T., Marks, S. B.: see Ref. A manganese level of 20 to 40 ppm (mg kg –) in plant tissue is sufficient for most plants. Acta. Weaver, E. C., Corker, G. A.: see Ref. Rieske, J. S., Hansen, R. E., Zaugg, W. S.: J. Biol. : Arch. Commun. Natl. It is typically worsened by cool and wet conditions (Alloway 2008). 74, p. 303, Diner, B. Arron, G. P., et al. 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Although the process of light energy conversion to chemical form by specialized plant cell organelles, the chloroplasts, is well understood, many contemporary investigations have been concerned with the catalytic role played by manganese in oxygen evolution. A number of proposed manganese model systems exhibiting the features required by the well known S-state mechanism of oxygen evolution are discussed. Acta, Lieberman, J.R., Bose, S., Arntzen, C.J. Trans. Lozier, R., Baginsky, M., Butler, W. L.: Photochem. The similar effects on photoinhibition of manganese deficiency and of CMU treatment and the protective action of manganese against photoinhibition and CMU poisoning are interpreted to indicate a site of action of manganese on the reducing side of photosystem II, close to the CMU-sensitive site. Dismukes, G. C., Sauer, K.: Biochim. Kok, B., Velthuys, B.: see Ref. 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