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Biochemistry and Macromolecular Structure

  • Campbell W H (1999), Nitrate Reductase Structure, Function and Regulation: Bridging the Gap between Biochemistry and Physiology. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 277-303.
  • Clarke A K (1999) ATP-dependent Clp Proteases in Photosynthetic Organisms- A Cut Above the Rest! An Bot Vol 83: 593-599
  • Cren, M, Hirel, B. (1999) Mini Review, Glutamine Synthetase in Higher Plants: Regulation of Gene and Protein Expression from the Organ to the Cell, Plant Cell Physiol. 40: 1187-1193.
  • Delmer D P (1999), Cellulose Biosynthesis: Exciting Times for A Difficult Field of Study. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 245-276.
  • Groth, G., Strotmann, H. (1999) New results about structure, function and regulation of the chloroplast ATP synthase (CF0CF1). Phsyiol. Plant 106: 142-148.
  • Hardie D G (1999) Plant Protein Serine/Threonine Kinases: Classification and Functions. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 97-131.
  • Herrmann K M, Weaver L M (1999) The Shikimate Pathway. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 473-503.
  • Kingston-Smith A, Walker R, Pollock C (1999) Review article. Invertase in leaves: conundrum or control point? J Exp Bot 50: 735-743.
  • Kuhn C, Barker L, Burkle L, Frommer W (1999) Update on sucrose transport in higher plants. J Exp Bot 50: 935-953.
  • Leustek T, Saito K (1999) Sulfate Transport and Assimilation in Plants. Plant Physiol. 120: 637-644.
  • Lichtenthaler H K (1999) The 1-Deoxy-D-Xylulose-5-Phosphate Pathway Of Isoprenoid Biosynthesis In Plants. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 47-65.
  • Miernyk J A (1999) Protein Folding in the Plant Cell. Plant Physiol. 121: 695-703.
  • Mutlu, A.,Gal, S. (1999) Plant aspartic proteinases: Enzymes on the way to a function. Phsyiol. Plant 105: 569-576.
  • Raines C, Lloyd J, Dyer T (1999) Review article. New insights into the structure and function of sedoheptulose-1,7-bisphosphatase; an important but neglected Calvin cycle enzyme. J Exp Bot 50: 1-8.
  • Rodermel S (1999) Subunit control of Rubisco biosynthesis – a relic of an endosymbiotic past? Photosyn Res 59:105-123.
  • Smith H B (1999) Sucrose Synthase and the Fruit of Its Labor. Plant Cell 11: 2261-2262.
  • Sturm A (1999) Invertases. Primary Structures, Functions, and Roles in Plant Development and Sucrose Partitioning. Plant Physiol. 121: 1-8.
  • Winkel-Shirley, B. (1999) Evidence for enzyme complexes in the phenylpropanoid and flavonoid pathways. Phsyiol. Plant 107: 142-147.

Whole-Plant Processes

  • Chaudhury A, Okada K, Raikhel N V, Shinozaki K, Sundaresan V (1999) A Weed Reaches New Heights Down Under. Plant Cell 11: 1817-1826.
  • Grusak M, DellaPenna D (1999), Improving the Nutrient Composition of Plants to Enhance Human Nutrition and Health. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 133-161.
  • Jackson M (1999) The `Original Article' in Annals of Botany. An Bot 83: 327-327.
  • Malhi Y, Baldocchi D D, Jarvis P G (1999) The carbon balance of tropical, temperate and boreal forests. Plant Cell and Environment, 22: 715-740.
  • McCully M E (1999) Roots in Soil: Unearthing the Complexities of Roots and Their Rhizospheres Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 695-718.
  • Vijn I, Smeekens S (1999) Fructan: More Than a Reserve Carbohydrate? Plant Physiol. 120: 351-360.
  • Van Volkenburgh E (1999) Leaf expansion - an integrating plant behaviour: Commissioned Review. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 1463-1474.

Environmental and Stress Physiology

  • Ceulemans R, Janssens I A, Jach M E, (1999) Effects of CO2 Enrichment on Trees and Forests: Lessons to be Learned in View of Future Ecosystem Studies. An Bot 84: 577-590
  • Chalker-Scott, L (1999) Environmental significance of anthocyanins in plant stress responses Photochem. Photobiol. 63: 1-9.
  • Drake B G, Azcon-Bieto J, Berry J, Bunce J, Dijkstra P, Farrar J, Gifford R M, Gonzalez-Meler M A, Koch G, Lambers H, Siedow J, Wullschleger S (1999) Does elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration inhibit mitochondrial respiration in green plants? Plant Cell and Environment 22: 649-658.
  • Epstein E (1999) Silicon Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 641-664.
  • Hare P, Cress W, van Staden J (1999) Review article. Proline synthesis and degradation: a model system for elucidating stress-related signal transduction. J Exp Bot 50: 413-434.
  • Heineke D, Kauder F, Frommer W, Kühn C, Gillissen B, Ludewig F, Sonnewald U (1999) Application of transgenic plants in understanding responses to atmospheric change. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 623-628.
  • Jarvis A J, Mansfield T A, Davies W J (1999) Stomatal behaviour, photosynthesis and transpiration under rising CO2. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 639-648.
  • Kaiser W.M., Weiner H., Huber S.C. (1999) Nitrate reductase in higher plants: A case study for transduction of environmental stimuli into control of catalytic activity. Phsyiol. Plant 105: 385-389.
  • Makino A, Mae T (1999) Mini Review, Photosynthesis and Plant Growth at Elevated Levels of CO2, Plant Cell Physiol. 40: 999-1006.
  • McNeil S D, Nuccio M L, Hanson A D (1999) Betaines and Related Osmoprotectants. Targets for Metabolic Engineering of Stress Resistance. Plant Physiol. 120: 945-949.
  • Moore B D, Cheng S -H, Sims D, Seemann J R (1999) The biochemical and molecular basis for photosynthetic acclimation to elevated atmospheric CO2. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 567-582.
  • Morison J I L, Lawlor D W (1999) Interactions between increasing CO2 concentration and temperature on plant growth. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 659-682
  • Norby R J, Wullschleger S D, Gunderson C A, Johnson D W, Ceulemans R (1999) Tree responses to rising CO2 in field experiments: implications for the future forest. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 683-714.
  • Raghothama K G (1999) Phosphate Acquisition. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 665-693.
  • Raven J A, Falkowski P G (1999) Oceanic sinks for atmospheric CO2. Plant Cell and Environment, 22: 741-751.
  • Serrano R, Mulet J, Rios G, Marquez J, de Larrinoa I, Leube M, Mendizabal I, Pascual-Ahuir A, Proft M, Ros R, Montesinos C (1999) A glimpse of the mechanisms of ion homeostasis during salt stress. J Exp Bot 50: 1023-1036.
  • Stitt M, Krapp A (1999) The interaction between elevated carbon dioxide and nitrogen nutrition: the physiological and molecular background. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 583-622
  • Thomashow, M F (1999) Plant cold Acclimation: Freezing Tolerance Genes and Regulatory Mechanisms. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 571-599.

Growth and Development

  • Banks J A (1999), Gametophyte Development In Ferns. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 163-186.
  • Briggs W R, Huala E (1999) Blue-Light Photoreceptors in Higher Plants Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol., Vol. 15: 33-62.
  • Casal J J (1999) Phytochromes, Cryptochromes, Phototropin: Photoreceptor Interactions in Plants. Photochem Photobiol 71: 1-11.
  • Chen R, Rosen E, Masson P H (1999) Gravitropism in Higher Plants. Plant Physiol. 120: 343-350.
  • Cosgrove D J (1999), Enzymes and Other agents that enhance cell wall extensibility. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 391-417.
  • Ferrándiz C, Pelaz S, Yanofsky M F (1999) Control of Carpel and Fruit Development in Arabidopsis Annu. Rev. Biochem., 68: 321-354.
  • Franklin-Tong V (1999) Signaling and the Modulation of Pollen Tube Growth. Plant Cell 11: 727-738.
  • Hedden P, (1999) Review article. Recent advances in gibberellin biosynthesis. J Exp Bot 50: 553-563.
  • Jackson, S D (1999) Multiple Signaling Pathways Control Tuber Induction in Potato. Plant Physiol. 119: 1-8.
  • Li J, Chory J (1999) Review article. Brassinosteroid actions in plants. J Exp Bot 50: 275-282.
  • Preuss D (1999) Chromatin Silencing and Arabidopsis Development: A Role for Polycomb Proteins. Plant Cell 11: 765-768.
  • Sachs T (1999) 'Node counting': an internal control of balanced vegetative and reproductive development: Commissioned Review. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 757-766.
  • Simpson G G, Gendall A R , Dean C (1999) When to Switch to Flowering Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol. 15: 519-550.
  • Sinha N (1999), Leaf Development in Angiosperms. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 419-446.
  • Smith H B (1999) Planned Parenthood in Arabidopsis: FLOWERING LOCUS C. Plant Cell 11: 763-764.
  • Smith H B (1999) Of Abscission and Other Breakthroughs. Plant Cell 11: 141-144.
  • Smith, H B (1999) Tissue Development in a New Vein. Plant Cell 11: 2061-2062.
  • Watt M, Evans J R (1999) Proteoid Roots. Physiology and Development. Plant Physiol. 121: 317-323.

Molecular Genetics and Genomics

  • Allard R W (1999) History of Plant Population Genetics Annu. Rev. Genet. 33: 1-27.
  • DunWell, J M (1999) Transgenic Crops: The Next Generation, or an Example of 2020 Vision. An Bot 84: 269-277.
  • Ellstrand N C, Prentice H C, Hancock J F (1999) Gene Flow and Introgression from Domesticated Plants into their Wild Relatives Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst., 30: 539-563.
  • Hedden P, Proebsting W M (1999) Genetic Analysis of Gibberellin Biosynthesis. Plant Physiol. 119: 365-370.
  • Kumar A, Bennetzen J L (1999) Plant Retrotransposons Annu. Rev. Genet. 33: 479-532.
  • Langridge P, Baumann U, Juttner J (1999) Revisiting and Revising the Self-Incompatibility Genetics of Phalaris coerulescens. Plant Cell 11: 1826.
  • Walbot V (1999) Genes, Genomes, Genomics. What Can Plant Biologists Expect from the 1998 National Science Foundation Plant Genome Research Program? Plant Physiol. 119: 151-1156.

Cell Biology and Signal Transduction

  • Assmann S M (1999) The cellular basis of guard cell sensing of rising CO2. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 629-638.
  • Assmann S M, Shimazaki K (1999) The Multisensory Guard Cell. Stomatal Responses to Blue Light and Abscisic Acid. Plant Physiol. 119: 809-816.
  • Battey N H, James N C, Greenland A J, Brownlee C (1999) Exocytosis and Endocytosis. Plant Cell 11: 643-660.
  • Blatt M (1999) Reassessing roles for Ca2+ in guard cell signaling. J Exp Bot 50: 989-999.
  • Borgnia M, Nielsen S, Engel A, Agre P (1999) Cellular and Molecular Biology of the Aquaporin Water Channels Annu. Rev. Biochem. 68: 425-458.
  • Brownlee C, Goddard H, Hetherington A, Peake L (1999) Specificity and integration of responses: Ca2+ as a signal in polarity and osmotic regulation. J Exp Bot 50: 1001-1011.
  • Chrispeels M J, Crawford N M, Schroeder J I (1999) Proteins for Transport of Water and Mineral Nutrients across the Membranes of Plant Cells. Plant Cell 11: 661-676.
  • Czempinski K, Gaedeke N, Zimmermann S, Muller-Rober B (1999) Molecular mechanisms and regulation of plant ion channels. J Exp Bot 50: 955-966.
  • Dreyer I, Horeau C, Lemaillet G, Zimmermann S, Bush D, Rodriguez-Navarro A, Schachtman D, Spalding E, Sentenac H, Gaber R (1999) Identification and characterization of plant transporters using heterologous expression systems. J Exp Bot 50: 1073-1087.
  • Eckert M, Biela A, Siefritz F, Kaldenhoff R (1999) Review article. New aspects of plant aquaporin regulation and specificity. J Exp Bot 50: 1541-1545.
  • Edwards P A, Ericsson J (1999) Sterols and Isoprenoids: Signaling Molecules Derived from the Cholesterol Biosynthetic Pathway Annu. Rev. Biochem. 1999, Vol. 68: 157-185.
  • Franklin A E, Cande W Z (1999) Nuclear Organization and Chromosome Segregation. Plant Cell 11: 523-534.
  • Fricker M, Oparka K (1999) Imaging techniques in plant transport: meeting review. J Exp Bot 50: 1089-1100.
  • Gehring C A (1999) Natriuretic Peptides-A New Class of Plant Hormone? An Bot 83: 329-334.
  • Gerendas J, Schurr U (1999) Review article. Physicochemical aspects of ion relations and pH regulation in plants - a quantitative approach. J Exp Bot 50: 1101-1114
  • Hanke G, Bowsher C, Jones M N, Tetlow I, Emes M (1999) Review article. Proteoliposomes and plant transport proteins. J Exp Bot 50: 1715-1726.
  • Herman E M, Larkins B A (1999) Protein Storage Bodies and Vacuoles. Plant Cell 11: 601-614.
  • Hughes J, Lamparter T (1999) Prokaryotes and Phytochrome. The Connection to Chromophores and Signaling. Plant Physiol. 121: 1059-1068.
  • Inzé D, Gutiérrez C, Chua N H (1999) Trends in Plant Cell Cycle Research. Plant Cell 9 11: 991-994.
  • Jiang L, Rogers J C (1999) The Role of BP-80 and Homologs in Sorting Proteins to Vacuoles. Plant Cell 11: 2069-2071.
  • Johnson C H, Golden S S, (1999) Circadian Programs in Cyanobacteria: Adaptiveness and Mechanism Annu. Rev. Microbiol.53: 389-409.
  • Keegstra K, Cline K (1999) Protein Import and Routing Systems of Chloroplasts. Plant Cell 11: 557-570.
  • Klionsky D J , Ohsumi Y (1999) Vacuolar Import of Proteins and Organelles from the Cytoplasm Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol. 15: 1-32.
  • Kroth, P., Strotmann, H. (1999) Diatom Plastids: Secondary endocytobiosis, plastid genome and protein import. Phsyiol. Plant 107: 136-141.
  • Lalonde S, Boles E, Hellmann H, Barker L, Patrick J W, Frommer W B, Ward J M (1999) The Dual Function of Sugar Carriers: Transport and Sugar Sensing. Plant Cell 11: 707-726.
  • Lazarowitz S G, Beachy R N (1999) Viral Movement Proteins as Probes for Intracellular and Intercellular Trafficking in Plants. Plant Cell 11: 535-548.
  • Lucas W (1999) Plasmodesmata and the cell-to-cell transport of proteins and nucleoprotein complexes. J Exp Bot 50: 979-987.
  • Mackenzie S, McIntosh L (1999) Higher Plant Mitochondria. Plant Cell 11: 571-586.
  • MacRobbie E (1999) Vesicle trafficking: a role in trans-tonoplast ion movements? J Exp Bot 50: 925-934.
  • Marty F (1999) Plant Vacuoles. Plant Cell 11: 587-600.
  • McCourt P (1999), Genetic Analysis of Hormone Signaling. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 219-243.
  • Meagher R, McKinney E C, Kandasamy M K (1999) Isovariant Dynamics Expand and Buffer the Responses of Complex Systems: The Diverse Plant Actin Gene Family. Plant Cell 11: 995-1006.
  • Miller E, Anderson M (1999) Reply: The Role of BP-80 in Sorting to the Vacuole in Stigmas. Plant Cell 11: 2071-2073.
  • Mironov V, De Veylder L, Van Montagu M, Inzé D (1999) Cyclin-Dependent Kinases and Cell Division in Plants— The Nexus. Plant Cell 11: 509-522.
  • Oparka K J, Turgeon R (1999) Sieve Elements and Companion Cells—Traffic Control Centers of the Phloem. Plant Cell 11: 739-750.
  • Palmgren M, Harper J (1999) Pumping with plant P-type ATPases. J Exp Bot 50: 883-893.
  • Pyke K A (1999) Plastid Division and Development. Plant Cell 11: 549-556.
  • Rea P (1999) MRP subfamily ABC transporters from plants and yeast. J Exp Bot 50: 895-913.
  • Sanderfoot A, Raikhel N V (1999) The Specificity of Vesicle Trafficking: Coat Proteins and SNAREs. Plant Cell 11: 629-642.
  • Sanders D, Brownlee C, Harper J E (1999) Communicating with Calcium. Plant Cell 11: 691-706.
  • Scheres B, Benfey P N (1999) Asymmetric Cell Division in plants. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 505-537.
  • Schreiber L, Hartmann K, Skrabs M, Zeier J (1999) Review article. Apoplastic barriers in roots: chemical composition of endodermal and hypodermal cell walls. J Exp Bot 50: 1267-1280.
  • Schuster G, Lisitsky I, Klaff P (1999) Polyadenylation and Degradation of mRNA in the Chloroplast. Plant Physiol. 120: 937-944.
  • Smith H B (1999) Interorganellar Communication and the Onus of Being Eukaryotic. Plant Cell 11: 1605-1608.
  • Smith H B (1999) Vacuolar Protein Trafficking and Vesicles: Continuing to Sort It All Out. Plant Cell 11: 1377-1379.
  • Smith H B (1999) Constructing Signal Transduction Pathways in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 11: 299-301.
  • Smith H B (199) The Nucleocytoplasmic Continuum: Pushing the (Nuclear) Envelope. Plant Cell 11: 989-991.
  • Smith H B (1999) Foreword: Plant Cells and Organelles—Beyond the Sum of the Parts. Plant Cell 11: 507-508.
  • Smith H M S, Raikhel N V (1999) Protein Targeting to the Nuclear Pore. What Can We Learn from Plants? Plant Physiol. 119: 1157-1164.
  • Somers D E (1999) The Physiology and Molecular Bases of the Plant Circadian Clock. Plant Physiol. 121: 9-20.
  • Sze H, Li X, Palmgren M G (1999) Energization of Plant Cell Membranes by H+-Pumping ATPases: Regulation and Biosynthesis. Plant Cell 11: 677-690.
  • Tomos A D, Leigh R A (1999) The Pressure Probe: A Versatile Tool in Plant Cell Physiology. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 447-472.
  • Trewavas A (1999) Le Calcium, C'est la Vie: Calcium Makes Waves. Plant Physiol. 120: 1-6.
  • Tyerman S, Bohnert H, Maurel C, Steudle E, Smith J (1999) Plant acuaporins: their molecular biology, biophysics and significance for plant water relations. J Exp Bot 50: 1055-1071.
  • Vitale A, Denecke J (1999) The Endoplasmic Reticulum—Gateway of the Secretory Pathway. Plant Cell 11: 615-628.
  • Wang X (1999) The Role of Phospholipase D in Signaling Cascades. Plant Physiol. 120: 645-652.
  • Webb M A (1999) Cell-Mediated Crystallization of Calcium Oxalate in Plants. Plant Cell 11: 751-761.
  • White P, Biskup B, Elzenga J, Homann U, Thiel G, Wissing F, Maathuis F (1999) Advanced patch-clamp techniques and single-channel analysis. J Exp Bot 50: 1037-1054.
  • Yu S M (1999) Cellular and Genetic Responses of Plants to Sugar Starvation. Plant Physiol. 121: 687-693.
  • Zheng H, Bassham D, da Silva Conceicao A, Raikhel N (1999) The syntaxin family of proteins in Arabidopsis: a new syntaxin homologue shows polymorphism between two ecotypes. J Exp Bot 50: 915-924.

Plant-Microbe and Plant-Insect Interactions

  • Burr T J, Otten L (1999) Crown Gall of Grape: Biology and Disease Management Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 37: 53-80.
  • Carrington J C, Bisseling T, Collmer A, Jones J D G (1999) Highlights from the Ninth International Congress on Molecular Plant–Microbe Interactions. Plant Cell 9 11: 2063-2069.
  • Creager A N H, Scholthof K B G, Citovsky V, Scholthof H B (1999) Tobacco Mosaic Virus: Pioneering Research for a Century. Plant Cell 11: 301-308.
  • Fritz R S, Moulia C, Newcombe G (1999) Resistance of Hybrid Plants and Animals to Herbivores, Pathogens and Parasites Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 30: 565-591.
  • Gaudet, D. A., Laroche, A., Yoshida, M. (1999) Low temperature-wheat-fungal interactions: A carbohydrate connection. Phsyiol. Plant 106: 437-441.
  • Hammerschmidt R (1999) Phytoalexins: What Have We Learned After 60 Years? Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 37: 285-306.
  • Harrison M J (1999) Molecular and Cellular Aspects of the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 361-389.
  • Harrison M (1999) Biotrophic interfaces and nutrient transport in plant/fungal symbioses. J Exp Bot 50:1013-1022.
  • Joosten M, de Wit P (1999) The Tomato-Cladosporium Fulvum Interaction: A Versatile Experimental System to Study Plant-Pathogen Interactions Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 37: 335-367.
  • Paré P W, Tumlinson J H (1999) Plant Volatiles as a Defense against Insect Herbivores. Plant Physiol. 121: 325-332.
  • Serraj R, Sinclair T, Purcell L (1999) Review article. Symbiotic N2 fixation response to drought. J Exp Bot 50: 143-155.
  • Smith H B (1999) More Than Just a Surface Thing: Rice Infection by Magnaporthe grisea. Plant Cell 11: 1815-1817.
  • Smith H B (1999) Interfering with Viral Infection: Plants Do It Too. Plant Cell 11: 1191-1194.
  • Smith K P, Goodman R M (1999) Host Variation for Interactions with Beneficial Plant-Associated Microbes Annu. Rev. Phytopathol., 37: 473-491.

Photosynthesis and Bioenergetics

  • Angerhofer A, Bittl R (1999) Radicals and radical pairs in photosynthesis, Plant Cell Physiol 63: 11-38.
  • Asada K (1999) The Water-Water Cycle in Chloroplasts: Scavenging of Active Oxygens and Dissipation of Excess Photons. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol , Vol. 50: 601-639.
  • Beale, S I (1999), Enzymes of chlorophyll biosynthesis, Photosyn Res 60: 43-73.
  • Bulychev, AA, Vredenborg, W.J. (1999) Light triggered electrical events in the thylakoid membrane of plant chloroplasts. . Phsyiol. Plant 105: 577-584.
  • Cushman J C, Bohnert H J (1999) Crassulacean Acid Matabolism: Molecular Genetics. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 305-332.
  • Flugge U (1999) Phosphate Translocators In Plastids. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 27-45.
  • Forti G (1999), Personal recollections of 40 years in photosynthesis research. Photosyn Res 60: 99-110.
  • Frank H A, Cogdell R J (1999) Carotenoids in photosynthesis, Plant Cell Physiol. 63: 257-264.
  • Fuller R C (1999), Forty years of microbial photosynthesis research: Where it came from and what it led to, Photosyn Res 62: 1-29.
  • Gest H (1999) Memoir of a 1949 railway journey with photosynthetic bacteria. Photosyn Res 61: 91-96
  • Kaplan A, Reinhold L (1999) CO2 Concentrating Mechanisms in Photosynthetic Microorganisms. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 539-570.
  • Koyama Y, Kuki M, Andersson P O, Gillbro T (1999) Singlet excited states and the light-harvesting function of carotenoids in bacterial photosynthesis, Plant Cell Physiol. 63: 243-256.
  • Kramer D M, Sacksteder CA, Cruz J A (1999) How acidic is the lumen? Photosyn Res 60:151-163.
  • Matile P, Hörtensteiner S, Thomas H (1999) Chlorophyll Degradation. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 67-95.
  • Mattoo, A., Giardi, M. -T., Raskind, A., Edelman, M. (1999) Dynamic metabolism of photosystem II reaction center proteins and pigments. Phsyiol. Plant 107: 454-460.
  • Moroney J V, Somanchi A (1999) How Do Algae Concentrate CO2 to Increase the Efficiency of Photosynthetic Carbon Fixation? Plant Physiol. 119: 9-16.
  • Niyogi K K (1999) Photoprotection Revisited: Genetic and Molecular Approaches. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 333-359.
  • Olson J M (1999) Chlorophyll organization and function in green photosynthetic bacteria , Photochem Photobiol, 67: 61-71.
  • Raven J A, Evans M C W, Korb R E (1999) The role of trace metals in photosynthetic electron transport in O-evolving organisms, Photosyn Res 60: 111-150.
  • Sheen J (1999) C4 Gene Expression. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50: 187-217.
  • Smith H B (1999) Photosynthetic Pigmentation—Variegations on a Theme. Plant Cell 11: 1-4.
  • Spreitzer, R J (1999), Questions about the complexity of chloroplast ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase, Photosyn Res 60: 29-42.
  • Tabita, F R (1999) Microbial ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase: A different perspective. Photosyn Res 60: 1-28.
  • van Resen, J.J.S., Xu, C., Govindjee (1999) Role of bicarbonate in Photosystem II, the water-plastoquinone oxido-reductase of plant photosynthesis. Phsyiol. Plant 105: 585-589.
  • Vianello, A, Macri, F (1999) Proton pumping pyrophosphatase from higher plant mitochondria. Physiol. Plant 105: 763-767.

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