Esther Dujardin


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Esther

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Dujardin

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 1994-09 Chlorophylls and carotenoids in a fully habituated nonorganogenic callus ofBeta vulgaris in BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
  • 1992-01 Quenching of a room temperature fluorescence band at 693 nm during photoactivation of the water-splitting system of Photosystem II in flashed barley leaves in PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
  • 1990 Absorbance Changes at 520 nm Induced by 700 nm Light in Shortly Preilluminated Etiolated Bean Leaves in CURRENT RESEARCH IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS
  • 1990 Changes in the Room Temperature Fluorescence Spectra During and After the Photoactivation of Oxygen Evolution in Flashed Barley Leaves in CURRENT RESEARCH IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS
  • 1987 Photoreduction of NADP+ During Early Greening of Etiolated Bean Leaves in PROGRESS IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
  • 1984 Industrial Mass Algae Cultures in Luke-Warm Water in ADVANCES IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
  • 1984 The Effect of Nadph/NADP+ Redox Couple on Illuminated Etioplasts in ADVANCES IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
  • 1984 The Influence of the NADPH/NADP+ Redox Couple on the Photoreduction of Protochlorophyllide and on the Spectral Characteristics of the Chlorophyllide-Proteins in Etioplasts in PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDE REDUCTION AND GREENING
  • 1984 The Franck-Inoue Chlorophyllide Microcycle II in Vivo and in Vitro in PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDE REDUCTION AND GREENING
  • 1984 1H NMR Spectroscopy of Protochlorophyllide Mg. Photoreduction of Protochlorophyllide Mg and Protochlorophyllide Zn in Etioplast Lamellae in ADVANCES IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
  • 1984 The Long-Wavelength-Absorbing Quenchers Formed during Illumination of Protochlorophyllide-Proteins in PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDE REDUCTION AND GREENING
  • 1984 The Photoreduction of Zinc-Protochlorophyllide by Isolated Etioplast Lamellae in PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDE REDUCTION AND GREENING
  • 1977-06 Fourth symposium onAcetabularia in PROTOPLASMA
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