Education & Training
The 9th Asia and Oceania Conference on Photobiology
1st Asia-Oceania International Congress on Photosynthesis
Meeting for Asia Regional Members Committee of IUCN--Promoting nature based solutions in Asia
Workshop on Biodiversity Informatics & Management
International Training Course on Long-term Ecosystem Monitoring (ITC-LTEM) and Workshop on China-Africa S&T Cooperation in Resource and Environment Field
Journal of Plant Ecology (JPE)
Journal of Systematics and Evolution (JSE)
Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology (CJPE)
Scientists reveal the structure of photosystem I-LHCI-LHCII from the green alga Chlamydomo...
Photosynthesis is the largest energy and materials conversion process, and provides the basis for survival and development of virtually all life forms on the earth. To maintain a maximal efficiency of photosynthetic electron transport and to avoid photodamage when exposed to excess light, plants and green algae redistribute the excitation energy between the Photosystem I (PSI) and Phot...
Warming and drought make soil microbes “inactive and inefficient” in alpine grassland at...
Subsoils that are >30 cm belowground contain > 50% of soil organic carbon (SOC) globally, but remain under-investigated in terms of their response to climate change. Recent evidence suggests that warmer, drier conditions in alpine grasslands induce divergent responses in SOC decomposition and carbon accrual in the top- vs. subsoils. However, longer-term effects on microbial activity (inclu...
Scientists reveal the structure of the Psb27-PSII intermediate complex from a cyanobacteri...
Photosystem II (PSII) is a multisubunit pigment-protein complex and catalyzes light-driven water oxidation, leading to the conversion of light energy into chemical energy and the release of molecular oxygen, proton and electron. A number of auxiliary factors have been identified that take part in pathways of PSII assembly and repair. Psb27, a small thylakoid lumen-localized protein is ...
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