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  • Authors: Khương, Thị Thu Hương; Robaglia, Christophe; Caffarri, Stefano (2014)

  • Photosynthesis transforms sun light energy into chemical energy of organic compounds, which sustain almost all life on the planet. In high light conditions, the energy absorbed that excess their photosynthesis capacity can be formed ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species) that are very dangerous for plant. To prevent ROS and plant photoprotection, the plant develop a mechanism which harmlessly dissipate excess light energy absorbed as heat called NPQ (Non Photochemical Quenching). In this paper, we review the researches of PsbS protein of photosystem II which is known have a key role in the NPQ activation. The NPQ capacity is correlate to PsbS level in plant leaf. The protein PsbS is as senso...

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  • Authors: Khương, Thị Thu Hương; Robaglia, Christophe; Caffarri, Stefano (2014)

  • Photosynthesis transforms sun light energy into chemical energy of organic compounds, which sustain almost all life on the planet. In high light conditions, the energy absorbed that excess their photosynthesis capacity can be formed ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species) that are very dangerous for plant. To prevent ROS and plant photoprotection, the plant develop a mechanism which harmlessly dissipate excess light energy absorbed as heat called NPQ (Non Photochemical Quenching). In this paper, we review the researches of PsbS protein of photosystem II which is known have a key role in the NPQ activation. The NPQ capacity is correlate to PsbS level in plant leaf. The protein PsbS is as senso...