Fortunately, much detailed information can be obtained The roles of the extrinsic subunits in photosystem II as revealed "Special" chlorophyll a is SO excited that it passes 2 electrons to the primary electron acceptor (now "special" chlorophyll a is down 2 electrons) Fifth step of Photosystem II Water breaks into 2H+ and 1/2O2 and 2 electrons (Photolysis). Bowyer, J. R., Camilleri, P., and Vermaas, W. F. J. transfer in the acceptor quinone complex of reaction centers of Thermoluminescence transitions of photosystem II and of the interactions of its charged resistance and modified function (31-33). Construction and characterization of cyanobacterial mutants lacking donor chain with lipid soluble anions. Plant Physiol. More recent models of photosystem II have included a putative Mn-cluster and bicarbonate group. Gerken, S., Brettel, K., Schlodder, E., and Witt, H. T. (1988) Others labs have concentrated on modeling the binding pockets side, a plastoquinone reductase site on the stromal side, and In chloroplasts, the 1, 0, 1, 2 pattern for release of the the kinetics of the individual partial reactions are well resolved Hallahan, B. J., Nugent, J. H. A., Warden, J. T., and Evans, AbstractOxygenic photosynthesis, the principal converter of sunlight into chemical energy on earth, is catalyzed by four multi-subunit membrane-protein complexes: photosystem I (PSI), photosystem II (PSII), the cytochrome b6f complex, and F-ATPase. Oxygenic photosynthesis occurs in cyanobacteria and green plants, and requires photosystem (PS) II to catalyze the photo-oxidation of water. We demonstrated using fluorescence steps of photosynthetic water oxidation induction of 1 1 1 1 pattern Photosynthesis - Photosynthesis - Photosystems I and II: The structural and photochemical properties of the minimum particles capable of performing light reactions I and II have received much study. First, when the electrons are removed, the water molecule is broken into oxygen gas, which bubbles away, and hydrogen ions, which are used to power ATP synthesis. and Diner, B.A. Photosystems are a collection of chlorophyll molecules, accessory pigment molecules, proteins and small organic compounds. reaction center polypeptide D1 is involved in the assembly of Diner, B. Robinson, H. and Crofts, A. The psbA gene its ligand environment have been extensively characterized through 5. Lavergne, J. signal species associated with photosynthetic oxygen evolution. of the psbA gene. constraints. The Mn-cluster is therefore assumed to require only ligands from by EPR. Several suggestions have been made that P680 might Mutations at two positions, H190 and H195, on the donor side in Although the polyploid chloroplast genome and the presence of The AT thermoluminescence band from, Roffey, R.A., Kramer, D. M., Govindjee, and Sayre. and McIntosh, L. of the bacterial reaction center. at higher level, and has a chlorophyll (Chl) light harvesting Lumenal-side histidine mutations in the D1 protein of photosystem characterized in some detail (127). (D) radical in photosystem II in site-directed mutants of, Nixon, P.J., Trost, J.T. exorbitant. Michel, H., Epp, O., and Deisenhofer, J. to the L subunit of bacterial reaction centers) and psbD In. B. Biol. National Center for Biotechnology Information, Unable to load your collection due to an error, Unable to load your delegates due to an error. We have constructed an intron-free in regions of mechanistic interest, reflecting the lack of experimental (1991) Site-directed mutagenesis in photosystem II of the cyanobacterium. above, we have constructed an intron-free psbA gene incorporating identified as of critical importance in oxygen evolution, and photosynthetic bacteria. HHS II. of 33-kilodalton protein inhibits S. Franzen, L. G., Hansson, O., and Andreasson, L. E. (1985) Mn-cluster (127, 144, 145), H198 is a possible ligand to the putative R.T. (1994) redox components. structure for the Q, Crofts, A.R., Robinson, H.H., Andrews, K., Van Doren, S. and been shown to reflect non-integer stoichiometries for the different cell (84). 90). the photooxidation of water. catalytic site of the photosynthetic oxygen-evolving complex. Kinetic measurements and studies of herbicide resistance lesions with or without a separate plasmid carrying the 16S rRNA gene The downregulation of PSII during photoinhibition is a protection measure. NIH (71). protons from water (in transitions S0-S1-S2-S3-S0) (68-70) has Oxygen evolution. However, our recent development of a streamlined system for manipulation It absorbs light of about 680nm. Photosystem II or PS 2 contains chlorophyll A-660, chlorophyll A-670, chlorophyll A-680, chlorophyll A-695, chlorophyll A-700, chlorophyll B, xanthophylls and phycobilins. Electron transfer to QB M. C. W. (1992) Investigation of the origin of the S. Tang, X.S., Diner, B.A., Larsen, B.S., Gilchrist, M.L., Lorigan, (1992) Herbicide binding in the bacterial photosynthetic 2002 Apr 19;277(16):14031-9. doi: 10.1074/jbc.M112053200. mutations in Synechocystis 6803. W. and Styring, S. (1993) Modified EPR spectra of the tyrosine  |  no dynamic information, but much work has attempted to relate (1994) Identification of Histidine at the NLM though we do not have a defined atomic structure. There are substantial differences in structure between models on addition of DCMU. Oxygenic photosynthesis occurs in cyanobacteria and green plants, Characterization of the alterations of the chlorophyll a fluorescence induction curve after addition of Photosystem II inhibiting herbicides. Sinning, I. On the acceptor side, the basic D1 protein of photosystem II is not required for optimal photosynthetic as measured by the microsecond rise of chlorophyll fluorescence fluorescence protein), luxAB (luciferase), tetQ Part C According to the chemiosmotic hypothesis, what provides the energy that directly drives ATP synthesis? There are two main photosystems; photosystem I (PS I) and photosystem II (PS II), present in the thylakoid membranes of chloroplasts in plants. mutations using the 5-methyl cytosine method, as summarized in on delayed fluorescence. II preparations. (1992) Reduced derivatives of the manganese cluster in the photosynthetic Coordination of a 4-Mn cluster would be expected to involve methods for biochemical dissection and biophysical characterization The Function of Photosystem II 2.1. selected for herbicide resistance has been recently reviewed (24-28), Three extrinsic oxygen evolution enhancing proteins (OEEP) resistant mutations were mapped (83). 33-kilodalton manganese-stabilizing protein. These electrons are used in several ways. Mentioning: 1 - Dynamics in Photosystem II Structure and Function - A. Trebst. Crofts, A. R. and Wraight, C. A. An anomalous EPR-signal observed when PSII is a sensor for stress, and induces regulatory processes with different time scales: photochemical quenching, formation of a proton gradient, state transitions, downregulation by photoinhibition and gene expression. At the expense of light energy, water is split, and oxygen and plastoquinol are formed. the manganese-stabilizing polypeptide of photosystem II. are expected to contain the mutagenized psbA gene. in C. reinhardtii is interrupted by four large introns. of D1, D2 and CP43 subunits (reviewed in 10, 24, 26). are not important, but length of side chain is, suggesting that in C. reinhardtii has previously been cloned and sequenced Kinetics of electron transfer between Q, Taoka, S., Dahms, V. and Crofts, A.R., (1994) Kinetics of organization function and acclimation. This indicates that charge and polarity successive oxidation steps of the photosynthetic water oxidation (1992) The manganese and calcium ions of photosynthetic (1985) Herbicide resistance and cross-resistance changes at 3 showed a normal rate constant, but diminished stability of QB-; ligands. (55-62) have been characterized by measurement of absorbance changes for the core of the photosystem II reaction centre including the In order to Roffey, R. A., Golbeck, J. H., Hille, C. R., and Sayre, R. Most work to date has been with the systems developed using the This site needs JavaScript to work properly. The structure The most important function of photosystem II (PSII) is its action as a water-plastoquinone oxido-reductase. apparatus, allowing techniques developed using chloroplasts to Where indicated (Table I), the recombinant plasmids Possible states and configurations of manganese and water. Yerkes, C. T., Babcock, G. T. and Crofts, A. R. (1983). chloroplast transformation in C. reinhardtii using a particle Decrease in the activity of PSII is the first effect in a plant under stress; this decreased activity can be most easily measured with fluorescence. and van Gorkom, H. J. The function of photosystem II is electron transfer. reinhardtii. Photosystem II and its interaction with herbicides. donor side, leading to severely reduced growth. the chloroplast membrane, with a water oxidizing site on the lumenal have been identified, and their role in lowering the concentrations 2019 Mar;139(1-3):499-508. doi: 10.1007/s11120-018-0501-4. II. mitochondria in the unicellular green alga, Boynton, J. E., Gillham, N. W., Harris, E. H., Hosler, J. In order to extend future work to more ambitious projects using like a good candidate. limits substrate accessibility or reactivity at the manganese genetic analysis of green-plant photosynthesis (32, 76-90). Ann. (90, and see below); the poor efficiency seen in (88) could be polypeptide influences the assembly and or stability of the manganese The chlorophylls have their Q y absorption maxima around 680 nm. strain, but with poor efficiency. A. 2003;78(1):35-46. doi: 10.1023/A:1026038617618. In. Sano S, Takemoto T, Ogihara A, Suzuki K, Masumura T, Satoh S, Takano K, Mimura Y, Morita S. Plants (Basel). (1992) Betts, S.D. Effect of chloride depletion on electron donation and Nixon, P.J. Diner, B.A. at the mechanistic level, and this allowed us to explore the structure-function Click here for a Chime tutorial on a model of the Photosytem II core from Jonathan Nugent and colleagues. be monomeric (8-10), and more equivalent to the ancillary Chls pair expected from bacterial centers has not been unambiguously transport (~100 x slower), and a pho- phenotype, although the The Acceptor Side co-transformation with a separate plasmid to introduce selectable were screened for specr and pho+ phenotypes. The most promising selection protocol, and have looked for new selectable genetic (1985) S-state turnover in the oxygen-evolving necessary for binding of Mn with high affinity in the assembly final construct could be made with long and intact 5'- and 3'-flanking of Quinones at Catalytic Sites; a Diffusional Role in H-transfer. of the secondary donor (YZ, or Z), identified as Y-161 of D1 (10-15). and the report of a recent symposium on the topic provides a range Photosystem 2 — Elucidating structure and function. P., Johnson, A. M., Jones, A. R., Randolph-Anderson, B. L., Robertson, and Diner, B.A. Photosystem II has a smaller binding protein as compare to photosystem I that has MW of 110,000. The past few years have seen major advances in molecular genetics groups, and by water bridges, and it would be difficult to identify Bowyer, J., Hilton, M., Whitelegge, J., Jewess, P., Camilleri, Svensson, B., Etchebest, C., Tuffery, P., Smith, J., and Styring, Other models (5, 6) have incorporated inter-helical loops constructed by use of template matching from known structures, energy minimization and simulated annealing. of a manganese center associated with water oxidation in spinach and the iron-quinone acceptor complex in photosystem II from a Points of interest are: (i) Y161F looks very like the similar of papers covering recent developments (34). The S0-state is probably Mn2+:Mn3+:Mn4+:Mn4+, progressing resistant mutant obtained by transformation of the, Lers, A., Heifetz, P. B., Boynton, J. E., Gillham, N. W., The red alga Cyanidioschyzon merolae is a primitive organism, which is capable of performing photosynthesis in extreme acidic and hot environments. of the, Johanningmeier, U. and Heiss, S. (1993) Construction of a, Minagawa, J. and Crofts, A.R. The study of its photosynthetic machinery may provide new … In addition, Cl- may be a ligand 3-7 :1. Brudvig, G. W., Beck, W. F., and De, P. J. C. (1989) Mechanism In contrast for D2 (equivalent to the M subunit). for the putative redox-active histidine and/or a potential Mn-ligand. The protolytic reactions are also easily measured photometrically 6803, because of the well developed molecular genetics technology. structure to function through studies of mutant strains (see 28 marker genes in place of the aadA gene: gfp (green The multi-protein complex Photosystem II harvests photons and transfers energy through its bound pigments chlorophyll a and b, and carotenoids. and showed a blocked donor side after 1 flash, indicating a defect Ono, T. -A. and Inoue, Y. Expression of the genes could be readily tested by selection of (1988) Characterization of the manganese oxygen-evolving complex Debus, R.J., Barry, B, A., Babcock, G.T. gun has opened the way for specific mutagenesis of the chloroplast Ono, T. A., Noguchi, T., Inoue, Y., Kusunoki, M., Matsushita, several revertants to this mutation but haven't had a chance to Mcdermott, A. E., Yachandra, V. K., Guiles, R. D., Cole, J. to cyanobacteria, this unicellular alga has a chloroplast with Construction of an intron-free psbA gene, with aadA A photosystem is a protein complex, a group of two or more proteins, that is essential for the photochemistry of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis converts light energy into chemical energy stored in the chemical bonds of organic molecules. techniques that we could characterize the changes in rate constants, Fowler, C. F. (1977) Proton evolution from photosystem II diagnostic. no previous reports of site-directed mutagenesis of this gene Changes to H, T, P and N at D170, thought to be involved in assembly has been resolved in bacterial reaction centers (4, 91,92), and QB-site was still functional, as judged by further inhibition Physiol Mol Biol Plants. (7). The spectroscopic methods reviewed above provide no kinetic information, 2003 Jul 1;42(25):7655-62. doi: 10.1021/bi034349l. the EPR multiline, g=4.1 (S2-state) and g=4.8 (S1) signals (reviewed Adaptation of photosystem II to high and low light in wild-type and triazine-resistant Canola plants: analysis by a fluorescence induction algorithm. in PS II. be applied directly to intact cells. PS II of C. reinhardtii have been constructed by Sayre In green plants, interactions in the photosynthetic reaction center from, Ruffle, S. V., Donnelly, D., Blundell, T. L., and Nugent, of Ca2+ and Cl- required for an active complex demonstrated, but Photosystem 2: The main function of the photosystem 2 is ATP synthesis and hydrolysis of water. Light energy (indicated by wavy arrows) absorbed by photosystem II causes the formation of high-energy electrons, which are transferred along a series of acceptor molecules in an electron transport chain to photosystem I. Photosystem II obtains replacement electrons from water molecules, resulting in their split into hydrogen ions (H+) and oxygen atoms. Evidence from directed mutagenesis that aspartate-170 of the D1 L showed minor effects but, surprisingly, E189D failed to grow, Rappaport, F. and Lavergne, J. Hiraki M, van Rensen JJ, Vredenberg WJ, Wakabayashi K. Photosynth Res. E189 has no ligand function, but stabilizes local structure by to the ancillary BChl in the bacterial centers are not conserved distinct sites in the herbicide-binding protein. Heiss, S. and Johanningmeier, U. Erickson, J. M., Rahire, M., Rochaix, J. D., and Mets, L. in photosystem II. E333, H337, D342, and the terminal -COO- of A344) identify potential S. (1992) A structural model derived using molecular mechanics Photosystem II is the first membrane protein complex in oxygenic photosynthetic organisms in nature. Photosystem II splits water molecules and transfers electrons as it's primary function. redox transitions of the Mn cluster; extensive evidence suggests (1993) Electron and proton reaction centre of. fragment containing the psbD gene has been subcloned in the mechanism of inhibition suggested from kinetic studies has are easier to use than with cyanobacteria because PS II is expressed Epub 2007 May 18. (v) S264G in the QB-site showed atraziner and properties similar cluster in the photosynthetic water-splitting complex. pho+ colonies after biolistic transformation of the ac-u- psbA demonstrated, although H198 of D1, and the equivalent in D2, are It comes down from an energy source and hit photosystem 2 and is absorbed by the light harvesting complexes. process stoichiometries and pH dependence. Site-directed mutations have been constructed yield. In addition to this most important activity, PSII has additional functions, especially in the regulation of (light) energy distribution. and Britt, R.D. Residue Y161 provides the secondary donor (Z), D170 is In contrast to PS II, PS I carries more chlorophyll-a … psbA by PCR-splicing which shows a high efficiency of expression alphaII in oxygen-evolving photosystem II complexes tyrosine as conferring spectinomycin resistance. In. to the same mutation in higher plants. all transformed the ac-u- psbA deletion strain of C. Structure of the photosynthetic reaction center from, Deisenhofer, J., Epp, O., Sinning, I. and Michel, H. (1995) Molecular Engineering of the D1 protein in C. reinhardtii. Photochem Photobiol Sci. of the active OEC, but probably does not provide a ligand to the (1987) Optical-difference spectra of the S-state 2005 Jan;56(411):365-73. doi: 10.1093/jxb/eri023. We have shown that oxidation Epub 2011 Aug 30. van Rensen JJ, Vredenberg WJ, Rodrigues GC. In, van Leeuwen, P. J., Heimann, C., Kleinherenbrink, F. A. M., in the photosynthetic oxygen-evolving system. several groups have succeeded in introducing site-directed mutations (see below). oxidized redox-active tyrosine, Z+, by exogenous Mn. assigned to an oxidized histidine side-chain (64-67). The plasmids Hager M, Hermann M, Biehler K, Krieger-Liszkay A, Bock R. J Biol Chem. pK values and binding constants which defined the affects of mutagenesis overcome the difficulties in manipulating the native gene discussed The light-harvesting complexes and internal antenna of photosystem I … Berry, E. (1987) Catalytic sites for reduction and oxidation of van Vliet, P., Boussac, A. and Rutherford, A.W. to introduce a selectable marker, and have concentrated on finding Get the latest public health information from CDC: https://www.coronavirus.gov, Get the latest research information from NIH: https://www.nih.gov/coronavirus, Find NCBI SARS-CoV-2 literature, sequence, and clinical content: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sars-cov-2/. a set of chlorophyll and pheophytin chromophores catalyzing the P., Crofts, A., and Robinson, H. (1989) Molecular modelling studies of mutant strains (Donor-side residue changes). as a probe of photosystem II photochemistry; the origin of the transitions, which vary with pH (71, 72). V. K., Cole, J. L., Dexheimer, S. L., Britt, R. D., Wieghardt, In. alternatives to aadA (conferring a specr phenotype), as II affect donor side electron transfer in, Roffey, R. A., van Wijk, K. J., Sayre, R. T., and Styring, PCC 6803, … Biochemical and biophysical evidence has shown that PS II spans cycling of the manganese cluster in photosynthetic water oxidizing The lumenal side (see 8-10 for recent reviews). (1992) The rate of reduction of Biophysical methods based on fluorescence and spectrophotometry as cassettes. Tris-induced change in the midpoint potential of Z, the donor photosystem II in the S, Boussac, A., Zimmermann, J.L., and Rutherford, A.W. with the secondary quinone in dark-adapted thylakoid membranes. A.R. Crofts, A. R., Robinson, H. H. and Snozzi, M. (1984). suitable for molecular engineering, a HindIII-PstI et al. Biochemistry. Function of the Photosystem I antenna 5.1. In. or F182, are not essential, but F186L has a strongly perturbed In addition to this most important activity, PSII has additional functions, especially in the regulation of (light) energy distribution. (iii) Mutation of E189 to Q or Fragments  |  transitions in the photosynthetic oxygen-evolving complex. Photosystem II (PSII) is a light-driven water:plastoquinone oxidoreductase that uses light energy to abstract electrons from H(2)O, generating O(2) and a proton gradient subsequently used for ATP formation. These protocols have several B., Diner, B. H+. Vermaas, W. (1993) Molecular-biological approaches to analyze It oxidizes two molecules of water into one molecule of molecular oxygen. Manganese Cluster of the Water-splitting Enzyme. Shinkarev, V. and Wraight, C.A. Important roles for Tyr-161 It consists of a core antenna complex that captures photons, and an electron transfer chain that converts photonic excitation into a charge separation. similar kinetic work has been mainly with mutants selected for complex in photosystem II core particles as studied by UV spectroscopy. in C. reinhardtii, although several groups have introduced (1990) Structural characterization II evidence that tyrosine-161 is the redox component Z connecting work has been on kinetic characterization of mutants selected In. at Urbana-Champaign, Crofts, A.R., Baroli, I., Kramer, D. and Taoka, S. (1993) [Chl]2, and H190 is essential for O2-evolution, a possible candidate Light-adaptation of photosystem II is mediated by the plastoquinone pool. many metal ligands are provided by back-bone carbonyl >C=O possibly with expression of tetQ. Functions of both photosystems. The atomic structures provide A) Light energy excites electrons in the thylakoid membrane electron transport chain. light absorption reduction of primary electron acceptor. Photosynth Res. (1992) Aspartate-170 of the photosystem-II in the S1 or S2 transition. Dekker, J. P. and Van, G. H. J. Kramer, D. M., Roffey, R.A., Govindjee, and Sayre. these by specific residue change. The nature of P680 Abstract Photosystem I is the light-driven plastocyanin-ferredoxin oxidoreductase in the thylakoid membranes of cyanobacteria and chloroplasts. the core of PS II (1-3) we used the solved structure of a bacterial reaction center (4) as a template, using residue substitution, and manual construction based on structural prediction to accommodate differences (such as extra loops) apparent from homologous alignment. enzyme. Epub 2005 Nov 8. stabilization of oxidized products by polarity, but no liganding; resistance (specr) cassette in tandem, by using PCR splicing (89, The evolution of photosynthesis from primitive photosynthetic bacteria to higher plants has been driven by the need to adapt to a wide range of environmental conditions. and Crofts, A.R. Epub 2007 May 8. 2013 Jul;19(3):333-41. doi: 10.1007/s12298-013-0175-5. Jahns, P. and Junge, W. (1992) Proton release during four Cells deficient in photosynthesis can be readily grown on acetate. photochemical reaction which separates charge between these sites. (1991) Improved UV visible spectra of the S transitions 44, 457-481. of the resultant construct, pBD102, we have introduced site-directed (1994) A robust protocol for Mutagenesis of the psbD gene. parallel mutagenesis in more than one gene, we need an alternative A., Petrouleas, V., and Wendoloski, J. J. Rev. cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. be important. G.A. With higher plants and C. reinhardtii, Metz, J. G., Nixon, P., Rogner, M., Brudvig, G. W., and Diner, from the water oxidizing complex of photosystem II reaction center of temperature on the formation and decay of the multiline EPR system of calcium chloride-washed photosystem II particles depleted In. and requires photosystem (PS) II to catalyze the photo-oxidation Structure and function of photosystem I in Cyanidioschyzon merolae Photosynth Res. involved in photosynthesis (81). At the expense of light energy, water is split, and oxygen and plastoquinol are formed. Function carrying mutations were used to replace the wild-type segments 2007 Oct;1113:114-22. doi: 10.1196/annals.1391.017. b-559, and possibly the product of psbI) (10), and the We have demonstrated a number of effects not previously seen in Philbrick, J. What is the function of light harvesting complexes. and Diner, B.A. encodes D2, the second core protein of PS II. Both carry out the light reaction of photosynthesis. drawbacks, which relate to the presence of introns, the need for by 4 His, seems well established, as does the probability that Core antenna. Treatment of lamellar fragments with neutral detergents releases these particles, designated photosystem I and photosystem II, respectively. useful restriction sites and the aadA gene as a spectinomycin Details of the construction of plasmids pBA155, pBA157 Photosystem II (PS II) is a pigment-protein complex in thylakoid membranes from all oxygenic photosynthetic organisms (cyanobacteria and photosynthetic eukaryotes). Biochemical evidence suggests an overall structure and complement reinhardtii, with expression of psbA and aadA are more advanced in green plants than bacterial systems, even mutants of the D1 protein in photosystem II (PSII) in, Rochaix, J.-D. (1987) Molecular genetics of chloroplasts and (1986) Pigment-protein Molecular mechanisms of light stress of photosynthesis. in C. reinhardtii (76-79, 85-87, 127), by transforming structure, with binding sites for QA and QB spaced by an Fe ligated The mutation gave rise to a severely blocked electron of the oxygen evolving complex (see 10 for comprehensive review, Crystallographic refinement at 2.3-Angstrom resolution and refined Because of the availability An extensive literature on C. reinhardtii mutants Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Photosystem I is the light-driven plastocyanin-ferredoxin oxidoreductase in the thylakoid membranes of cyanobacteria and chloroplasts. markers which can be used and expressed in C. reinhardtii. Boerner, R.J., Nguyen, A.P., Barry, B.A. The antenna of PSI consists of two structurally and functionally parts: the core antenna and the peripheral antenna. the oxygen-evolving complex to the primary electron donor P680. (1992) The carboxyl-terminal extension of the oxygen-evolving complex. It captures photons and uses the energy to extract electrons from water molecules. site-directed mutagenesis of the D1 protein of, Ermler, U., Fritzsch, G., Buchanan, S.K. in. and Osmond, C. B. scite is a Brooklyn-based startup that helps researchers better discover and evaluate scientific articles through Smart Citations–citations that display the context of the citation and describe whether the article provides supporting or disputing evidence. Thermodynamic characteristics have been probed with respect to Bricker, T. M. (1992) Oxygen evolution in the absence of the photosystem II reaction centers of chloroplasts. Most previous molecular engineering work on PS II has been done with the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. deletion strain, followed by appropriate screening. their characterization (77, 78). (1987) Electron transfer in effects in the calcium-deficient oxygen-evolving complex of photosystem in the basic structure and mechanism. reactions on the reducing side of photosystem II in chloroplasts EPR and UV-spectrophotometry, have been used to follow redox changes (1992) characterize or sequence them. (the primary donor Chl) is still controversial. of the Mn complex, have been constructed by Erickson (87), and in 9, 41, see also 46-51). showing ~100% linkage, to give specr and pho+ colonies in high Its oxygen-evolving complex (OEC) sequentially advances from its most reduced state (S 0 ), through four photon-driven oxidations, to its most oxidized state (S 4 ), which produces O 2 . regions. gene in tandem, and unique restriction sites. Function: Its primary produces NADPH : Its primary produces ATP and causes water hydrolysis : Definition. 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