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Lateral asymmetry of thylakoid complexes Thylakoids containing only the core reaction centre complexes of PS II and PS I, cytochrome complex and ATP synthase are unstacked (Anderson 1982a). In the light-induced development of Chlorophyta and higher plant thylakoids, however, there is a step-wise assembly of functional complexes (Ohad 1977). 1. [ill] APPRESSI:D [)} PSII"' o cyl~bll FIGURE 2. 5 NON APPRESSED ([J) PStiJ! 0 PSI 0 (:y10dv~bll ~ AlP- Distribution of thylakoid complexes between appressed membranes of grana partitions, and non-appressed membranes (stroma thylakoids, grana margins and grana end membranes).

Et al. 1980) and is attributed to the two orthogonal X and Y transitions, the degeneracy of which has been removed by a non-symmetric environment of the heme. The LD indicates that the plane of the heme is oriented preferentially perpendicular to the largest dimensions of the b 6 f complexes. By treating this sample with dithionite it is possible to reveal the presence of additional cytochrome(s) with an absorption peak at 562 nm which is associated with a single negative LD band. This indicates that the b 6 cytochrome heme is also oriented towards the perpendicular to the particle.

1. 2 CYT PSII-LHC-11 FIGURE 1. COMPLEX PSI-LHCI Schematic model of the four thylakoid complexes involved in lightharvesting, electron transport and proton translocation. (ii) In the Chromophyta, there are either intrinsic fucoxanthin-Cbl a/c 2proteins or water-soluble peridinin-Chl a-proteins (Anderson et al. 1981). The compound Chromophyta thylakoids extend from one end of the chloroplast to the other; they are stacked together in groups of three. Hence Chl c 2containing membranes have a fixed ratio of stacked to unstacked membranes of 2:1.

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