Fig. 1 The front cover of volume 34 (left) and spine and front cover of volume 35 (right) are shown side-by-side. The distinctive green color is part of the publisher’s color scheme and is very appropriate for a series on photosynthesis. The front cover graphic will stay the same with each volume and could represent the interesting ideas
about photosynthesis that bubble up from the chapters in each volume. Selleck LY2603618 The large font for the title is intended to make it easy to read when the cover is presented as a small icon on a web site The series publisher, Springer, now makes the table of MK-0457 cell line contents and front matter of all of the volumes available online (http://www.springerlink.com/content/1572-0233/books/ see also http://www.springer.com/series/5599); the front matter is downloadable free by all. It is anticipated that the web access will become the predominant method by which people access these books and many enhancements are underway to improve the web experience. Many university libraries have bought electronic access to all volumes. If you do not have full access from your university consider writing to your librarian so that you can get access and use the books. They are intended to be effective teaching tools and the university-wide access will allow you to assign readings from these volumes in your courses.
buy INCB28060 Readers are encouraged to watch for the publication of the forthcoming books (not necessarily arranged in the order of future appearance): Chloroplast biogenesis: during leaf development and
senescence (Editors: Basanti Biswal, Karin Krupinska and Udaya Chand Biswal). The structural basis of biological energy generation (Editor: Martin Hohmann-Marriott). Photosynthesis in bryophytes and early land plants (Editors: David T. Hanson and Steven K. Rice). Canopy photosynthesis: from basics to applications (Editors: Kouki Hikosaka, Ülo Niinemets and Niels P.R. Anten). Microbial bioenergy: hydrogen production (Editors: Davide Zannoni and Roberto De Philippis). In addition to the above contracted books, the following Thymidylate synthase topics are under consideration (we request the readers to send suggestions, of possible new topics, and of possible editors and authors of the following, to me or Govindjee): Algae, cyanobacteria: biofuel and bioenergy. Artificial photosynthesis. ATP Synthase and proton translocation. Bacterial respiration II. Carotenoids II. Cyanobacteria II. (The) Cytochromes. Ecophysiology. Evolution of photosynthesis. FACE Experiments. Global aspects of photosynthesis. Green bacteria and heliobacteria. Interactions between photosynthesis and other metabolic processes. Limits of photosynthesis: where do we go from here. Photosynthesis, biomass, and bioenergy. Photosynthesis under abiotic and biotic stress. Plant respiration II.