Photosynthetic Protein Complexes
"This book was very enjoyable and informative to read and should prove to be an invaluable resource for graduate students and other scientists with interests in structure and function of membrane protein complexes, in general, and photosynthetic electron-transport phenomena, in particular." –Journal of the American Chemical Society, April 2009. Perfectly timed, this handbook covers many important aspects of the topic that have only recently been understood -- making this a truly comprehensive work. With its extensive use of color, it surveys the most important proteins involved in photosynthesis, discussing the structural information we have at our disposal. Most chapters are dedicated to one protein, while a few also summarize general associated concepts. The book also has an accompanying website that contains data files and animations to allow readers to visualize many of the complicated proteins presented. A must-have for anyone studying photosynthesis and structural biology, as well as those working in the plant and crop biotechnology industry.