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FL3500双调制叶绿素荧光仪 (新升级型号为FL6000)

FL3500双调制叶绿素荧光仪是专门用于对蓝绿藻或绿藻等微藻,叶绿体或类囊体悬浮物,乃至叶片进行光合作用研究的强大科研工具。仪器具备双通道测量控制,可控制测量样品的温度,并配备单翻转光(STF),内置多种可用户自行修改的测量程序,可进行目前国际上对于叶绿素荧光的各种深入机理研究。其核心结构是包含了一个悬浮液标准样品杯的光学测量头,内置3组LED光源和1个500 kHz/16位AD 转换的PIN二极管信号检测器。AD转换的增益和积分时间可以通过软件控制。检测器测量叶绿素荧光信号的时间分辨率可高达4 µs(快速版为1µs)。系统配置的光合放氧测量模块,使其可以对放氧复合物的状态转换做更深入研究。   

FL3500叶绿素荧光仪配备有4种测量室:标准版、快速版、叶夹版、水下版。主机为双通道设计,可同时连接任意两种测量室,大大扩展了叶绿素荧光测量的应用范围,可以对任何类型的植物样品进行叶绿素荧光测量。
 


FL3500双调制叶绿素荧光仪部分参考文献 
 

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108.H Liu,JL Roose, JC Cameron, HB Pakrasi. A genetically tagged Psb27 protein allows purification of two consecutive photosystem II (PSII) assembly intermediates in Synechocystis 6803, a cyanobacterium. Journal of Biological Chemistry.2011 Jul 15; 286(28):24865-71.

109.Y Zhang, S Ding, Q Lu, Z Yang, X Wen, L Zhang. Characterization of photosystem II in transgenic tobacco plants with decreased iron superoxide dismutase. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Bioenergetics.2011 Apr; 1807(4):391-403.

110.A Gauthier, D Joly, S Boisvert. Period‐four Modulation of Photosystem II Primary Quinone Acceptor (QA) Reduction/Oxidation Kinetics in Thylakoid Membranes. Photochemistry and Photobiology,2010 Sep-Oct;86(5):1064-70.

111.T Shibamoto, Y Kato,R Nagao, T Yamazaki, T Tomo. Species-dependence of the redox potential of the primary quinone electron acceptor QA in photosystem II verified by spectroelectrochemistry. FEBS letters ,2010 Apr 16;584(8):1526-30.

112.L Li, X Chen, D Zhang, X Pan. Effects of insecticide acetamiprid on photosystem II (PSII) activity of Synechocystis sp.(FACHB-898) . Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology.

113.Daoyong Zhang,Xiangliang Pan,Guijin Mu,Jianlong Wang. Toxic effects of antimony on photosystem II of Synechocystis sp. as probed by in vivo chlorophyll fluorescence. Journal of Applied Phycology,August 2010,Volume 22,Issue 4,pp 479-488.

114.L Gunnelius, I Tuominen, S Rantamäki. SigC sigma factor is involved in acclimation to low inorganic carbon at high temperature in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. microbiology,2010 Jan; 156(Pt 1):220-9.

115.N Jiao,F Zhang,N Hong. Significant roles of bacteriochlorophylla supplemental to chlorophylla in the ocean. The ISME journal.2010 Apr; 4(4):595-7.

116.B Cai,A Zhang, Z Yang, Q Lu, X Wen, C Lu. Characterization of photosystem II photochemistry in transgenic tobacco plants with lowered Rubisco activase content. Journal of plant physiology, 2010 Nov 15; 167(17):1457-65.

117.M Koblížek, J Mlčoušková, Z Kolber, J Kopecký. On the photosynthetic properties of marine bacterium COL2P belonging to Roseobacter clade. Archives of microbiology, 2010 Jan; 192(1):41-9.

118.X Feng, A Bandyopadhyay, B Berla, L Page. Mixotrophic and photoheterotrophic metabolism in Cyanothece sp. ATCC 51142 under continuous light. Microbiology, 2010 Aug; 156(Pt 8):2566-74.

119.D Bína,R Litvín, F Vácha. Absorbance changes accompanying the fast fluorescence induction in the purple bacterium Rhodobacter sphaeroides. Photosynthesis research, 2010 Aug; 105(2):115-21.

120.X Pan, D Zhang, X Chen, G Mu, L Li, A Bao. Effects of levofloxacin hydrochlordie on photosystem II activity and heterogeneity of Synechocystis sp. Chemosphere ,2009 Oct;77(3):413-8.122. Xiangliang Pan, Xi Chen, Daoyong Zhang, Jianlong Wang, Chunnuan Deng. Effect of chromium (VI) on photosystem II activity and heterogeneity of synechocystis sp.(cyanophyta): studied with in vivo chlorophyll fluorescence tests. Journal of Phycology,Volume 45,Issue 2, pages 386–394,April 2009

121.É Kiss,PB Kós,I Vass. Transcriptional regulation of the bidirectional hydrogenase in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis 6803. Journal of biotechnology, 2009 Jun 1;142(1):31-7.

122.M Pollari, V Ruotsalainen, S Rantamäki. Simultaneous inactivation of sigma factors B and D interferes with light acclimation of the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. strain PCC 6803.Journal of Bacteriology, 2009 Jun; 191(12):3992-4001.

123.R Kaňa, O Prášil, O Komárek. Spectral characteristic of fluorescence induction in a model cyanobacterium, Synechococcus sp.(PCC 7942). Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Bioenergetics, 06/2009; 1787(10):1170-8.    

124.W. J. Vredenbert. Kinetic models of photosystem II should accommodate the effect of donor side quenching on variable chlorophyll a fluorescence in the microseconds time rang. Photosynth Research (2009) 102:99-101

125.X Pan, C Deng, D Zhang, J Wang, G Mu, Y Chen. Toxic effects of amoxicillin on the photosystem II of Synechocystis sp. characterized by a variety of in vivo chlorophyll fluorescence tests. Aquatic toxicology,2008 Sep 29;89(4):207-13.

126.JL Roose, HB Pakrasi. The Psb27 protein facilitates manganese cluster assembly in photosystem II. Journal of biological chemistry.2008 Feb 15; 283(7):4044-50.

127.M Mašín, J Nedoma, L Pechar. Distribution of aerobic anoxygenic phototrophs in temperate freshwater systems. Environmental Microbiology,2008 Aug; 10(8):1988-96.

128.B Zhao, J Wang, H Gong, X Wen, H Ren, C Lu. Effects of heat stress on PSII photochemistry
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129.H Gong, Y Tang,J Wang, X Wen, L Zhang,congming Lu. Characterization of photosystem II in salt-stressed cyanobacterial Spirulina platensis cells. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Bioenergetics. 2008 Jun; 1777(6):488-95.

130.D Eisenstadt, I Ohad, N Keren. Changes in the photosynthetic reaction centre II in the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum result in non‐photochemical fluorescence quenching. Environmental microbiology (2008) 10: 1997-2007

131.KM Wegener, EA Welsh, LE Thornton, N Keren. High sensitivity proteomics assisted discovery of a novel operon involved in the assembly of photosystem II, a membrane protein complex. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2008 Oct 10; 283(41):27829-37.

132.AK Singh, T Elvitigala, M Bhattacharyya-Pakrasi. Integration of carbon and nitrogen metabolism with energy production is crucial to light acclimation in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis. Plant Physiology, 2008 Sep;148(1):467-78.

133.Y. Allahverdiyeva, I Sairanen, etc. Photosynthetic electron transport properties of an uptake Hydrogenase deletion mutant of Nostoc punctiforme PCC 73102. J.F. Allen, E. Gantt, J.H. Golbeck, and B. Osmond (eds.), Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun: 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis, 3–5. © 2008 Springer.

134.M. O. Piramowicz, R Bock, etc. Binding sites of Cadmium ions within photosystem II. J.F. Allen, E. Gantt, J.H. Golbeck, and B. Osmond (eds.), Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun: 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis, 311–314. © 2008 Springer.

135.A. Thapper, F. Mamedov and S styring. IR-Induced photochemistry in Photosystem II. J.F. Allen, E. Gantt, J.H. Golbeck, and B. Osmond (eds.), Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun: 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis, 521–524. © 2008 Springer.

136.A. Orzechowska, R. Bock, etc. Cu2+ binding sites in PSII. J.F. Allen, E. Gantt, J.H. Golbeck, and B. Osmond (eds.), Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun: 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis, 657–660. © 2008 Springer.

137.P. B. Kos, Z. Deak, etc. Light induced exchange of different psbA gene copies in the Cyanobacterium Thermosynechococcus elongates. J.F. Allen, E. Gantt, J.H. Golbeck, and B. Osmond (eds.), Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun: 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis, 39–42. © 2008 Springer.

138.K. Cser and I Vass. Regulation of photoprotection by non—radiative charge recombination in photosystem II. J.F. Allen, E. Gantt, J.H. Golbeck, and B. Osmond (eds.), Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun: 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis, 47–50. © 2008 Springer.

139.K. Cser, Z Deak, etc. Energetics of photosystem II charge recombination in Acaryochloris marina studied by thermoluminescence and flash-induced chlorophyll fluorescence measurements. Photosynth Research (2008) 98: 131-140.

140.M. Hamilton, E. Franco, etc. Cytochrome b-559 is important for modulating electron transfer on the acceptor side of photosystem II and for photoprotection during assembly of the Mn4Ca complex. J.F. Allen, E. Gantt, J.H. Golbeck, and B. Osmond (eds.), Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun: 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis, 413–417. © 2008 Springer.

141.P. Zhang, C. I. Sicora, etc. Expression of inducible inorganic carbon acquisition complexes is under the control of the FtsH protease in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. J.F. Allen, E. Gantt, J.H. Golbeck, and B. Osmond (eds.), Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun: 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis, 829–833. © 2008 Springer.

142.Z. Deak and I. vass. Oscillating yield of flash-induced chlorophyll fluorescence decay in intact cells of Thermosynechococcus elongatus. J.F. Allen, E. Gantt, J.H. Golbeck, and B. Osmond (eds.), Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun: 14th International Congress on Photosynthesis, 573–576. © 2008 Springer.

143.JW Guo, JK Guo,Y Zhao, LF Du. Changes of Photosystem II Electron Transport in the Chlorophyll‐deficient Oilseed Rape Mutant Studied by Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Thermoluminescence. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, 10 MAY 2007  

144.M. Stibal, J. Elster, etc. Seasonal and diel changes in photosynthetic activity of the snow alga Chlamydomonas nivalis (Chlorophyceae) from Svalbard determined by pulse amplitude modulation fluorometry. FEMS Microbiol Ecol (2007) 59: 265-273.

145.W. Vredenberg, M. Durchan and O Prasil. On the chlorophyll a fluorescence yield in chloroplasts upon excitation with twin turnover flashes (TTF) and high frequency flash trains. Photosynth Research (2007) 93: 183-192.

146.P Vaczi, M Barták. Photosynthesis of lichen symbiotic alga Trebouxia erici as affected by irradiance and osmotic stress. Biologia plantarum (2006) 50(2):257-264.

147.D Bína, R Litvín, F Vácha, P Šiffel. New multichannel kinetic spectrophotometer–fluorimeter with pulsed measuring beam for photosynthesis research. Photosynthesis research.2006 Jun;88(3):351-6.

148.I Balint, J Bhattacharya, A Perelman, D Schatz. Inactivation of the extrinsic subunit of photosystem II, PsbU, in Synechococcus PCC 7942 results in elevated resistance to oxidative stress. FEBS letters.2006 Apr 3; 580(8):2117-22.

149.H Takahashi, A Watanabe, A Tanaka. Chloroplast NAD kinase is essential for energy transduction through the xanthophyll cycle in photosynthesis. Plant and Cell Physiology, 2006 Dec; 47(12):1678-82.

150.O Shlyk-Kerner, I Samish, D Kaftan, N Holland. Protein flexibility acclimatizes photosynthetic energy conversion to the ambient temperature. Nature,2006 Aug 17;442(7104):827-30..

151.M Koblížek, J Stoń‐Egiert, S Sagan. Diel changes in bacteriochlorophyll a concentration suggest rapid bacterioplankton cycling in the Baltic Sea. FEMS microbiology ecology, 2005 Feb 1; 51(3):353-61.

152.M. Koblizek, J. D. Shih, etc. Sequential assembly of photosynthetic units in Rhodobacter sphaeroides as revealed by fast repetition rate analysis of variable bacteriochlorophyll a fluorescence. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2005) 1706: 220-231

153.X Wen, H Gong, C Lu. Heat stress induces a reversible inhibition of electron transport at the acceptor side of photosystem II in a cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis. Plant science, 06/2005;

154.R Litvín, D Bína, P Šiffel, F Vácha. Conformational changes and their role in non-radiative energy dissipation in photosystem II reaction centres. Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, 2005 Dec; 4(12):999-1002.

155.G Parésys, C Rigart, B Rousseau, AWM Wong, F Fan. Quantitative and qualitative evaluation of phytoplankton communities by trichromatic chlorophyll fluorescence excitation with special focus on cyanobacteria. Water research, 2005 Mar;39(5):911-21.

156.N Inoue-Kashino, Y Kashino, K Satoh, I Terashima. PsbU provides a stable architecture for the oxygen-evolving system in cyanobacterial photosystem II. Biochemistry, 2005 Sep 13;44(36):12214-28.

157.JC Cadoret, B Rousseau, I Perewoska, C Sicora. Cyclic nucleotides, the photosynthetic apparatus and response to a UV-B stress in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803.Journal of Biological Chemistry ,2005 Oct 7;280(40):33935-44.

158.N Keren, M Liberton, HB Pakrasi. Photochemical competence of assembled photosystem II core complex in cyanobacterial plasma membrane. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2005 Feb 25;280(8):6548-53.

159.LE Thornton, N Keren, I Ohad, HB Pakrasi. Physcomitrella patens and Ceratodon purpureus, mosses as model organisms in photosynthesis studies. Photosynthesis research, 2005; 83(1):87-96.

160.KGV Sigfridsson, G Bernát,F Mamedov. Molecular interference of Cd 2+ with Photosystem II.Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Bioenergetics, 2004 Nov 4; 1659(1):19-31.

161.M. L. Dudley Page, P. P. Hamel, etc. A homolog of Prokaryotic Thiol disulfide transporter CcdA is required for the assembly of the Cytochrome b6f complex in Arabidopsis Chloroplasts. The Journal of Biological Chemistry (2004) 279: 32474-32482.

162.R Kaňa, M Špundová, P Ilık, D Lazár, K Klem. Effect of herbicide clomazone on photosynthetic processes in primary barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) leaves. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology,Volume 78, Issue 3, March 2004, Pages 161–170.

163.JL Roose, HB Pakrasi. Evidence that D1 processing is required for manganese binding and extrinsic protein  assembly into photosystem II. Journal of Biological Chemistry,11/2004; 279(44):45417-22.

164.Y. Allahverdiyeva, Z. Deak, etc. The function of D1-H332 in photosystem II electron transport studied by thermoluninescence and chlorophyll fluorescence in site-directed mutants of Synechocystis 6803. Eur. J. Biochem. (2004) 271: 3523-3532.

165.C. Sicora, Z. Mate and I. Vass. The interaction of visible and UV-B light during photodamage and repair of Photosystem II. Photosynthesis Research (2003) 75: 127-137
166.M. Koblizek, O. Beja, etc. Isolation and characterization of Erythrobacter sp. Strains from the upper ocean. Arch Microbiol (2003) 180: 327-338

167.J. Kromkamp and R. M. Forster. The used of variable fluorescence measurements in aquatic ecosystems: differences between multiple and single turnover measuring protocols and suggested terminology. Eur. J. Phycol. (2003) 38: 103-112.

168.T Suzuki,J Minagawa, T Tomo. Binding and functional properties of the extrinsic proteins in oxygen-evolving photosystem II particle from a green alga, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii having his-tagged CP47. Plant and cell Physiology, 2003 Jan; 44(1):76-84.

169.M Tichý, L Lupınková,C Sicora,I Vass. Synechocystis 6803 mutants expressing distinct forms of the Photosystem II D1 protein from Synechococcus 7942: relationship between the psbA coding region and sensitivity to visible and UV-B radiation. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Bioenergetics, 2003 Aug 18;1605(1-3):55-66

170.KM Halverson, BA Barry. Sucrose and glycerol effects on photosystem II. Biophysical journal, 2003 Aug;85(2):1317-25.

171.T Varsano, D Kaftan, U Pick. Effects of iron deficiency on thylakoid membrane structure and composition in the alga Dunaliella salina. Journal of plant nutrition,2003,26 (10 /11) : 2197-2210.

172.L Lupı́nková, JG Metz, BA Diner,I Vass. Histidine residue 252 of the Photosystem II D1 polypeptide is involved in a light-induced cross-linking of the polypeptide with the α subunit of cytochrome b-559: study of a site-directed mutant of Synechocystis PCC 6803. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Bioenergetics, 2002 Jul 1; 1554(3):192-201

173.J Komenda, L Lupinkova. Absence of the psbH gene product destabilizes photosystem II complex and bicarbonate binding on its acceptor side in Synechocystis PCC 6803. European Journal of Biochemistry, 2002 Jan; 269(2):610-9.

174.D Kaftan, V Brumfeld, R Nevo, A Scherz. From chloroplasts to photosystems: in situ scanning force microscopy on intact thylakoid membranes. The EMBO Journal, 2002 Nov 15; 21(22):6146-53.

175.R Kaňa, D Lazár, O Prášil, J Nauš. Experimental and theoretical studies on the excess capacity of Photosystem II. Photosynthesis research, 2002; 72(3):271-84.

176.C Steglich, M Behrenfeld, M Koblizek. Nitrogen deprivation strongly affects Photosystem II but not phycoerythrin level in the divinyl-chlorophyll b-containing cyanobacterium Prochlorococcus marinus. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Bioenergetics, 1503 (2001), pp. 341-349

177.M. Koblizek, D. Kaftan and L. Nedbal. On the relationship between the non-photochemical quenching of the chlorophyll fluorescence and the photosystem II light harvesting efficiency. A repetitive flash fluorescence induction study. Photosynthesis Research (2001) 68: 141-152

178.RE Regel, NB Ivleva, H Zer, J Meurer. Deregulation of electron flow within photosystem II in the absence of the PsbJ protein. Journal of Biological Chemistry ,2001 Nov 2; 276(44):41473-8.

179.J Kalina, O Urban, M Čajánek, I Kurasová, V Špunda. Different responses of Norway spruce needles from shaded and exposed crown layers to the prolonged exposure to elevated CO2 studied by various chlorophyll a Fluorescence Techniques. Photosynthetica, 2001,Volume 39,Issue 3,pp 369-376.

180.H Ohkawa, HB Pakrasi, T Ogawa. Two Types of Functionally Distinct NAD (P) H Dehydrogenases inSynechocystis sp. Strain PCC6803. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2000 Oct 13; 275(41):31630-4.

181.J Skotnica, M Matoušková, J Nauš, D Lazár. Thermoluminescence and fluorescence study of changes in Photosystem II photochemistry in desiccating barley leaves. Photosynthesis Research,2000; 65(1):29-40. 

182.E Zak, HB Pakrasi. The BtpA protein stabilizes the reaction center proteins of photosystem I in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 at low temperature. Plant physiology, 2000 May; 123(1):215-22.

183.NB Ivleva, SV Shestakov, HB Pakrasi. The carboxyl-terminal extension of the precursor D1 protein of photosystem II is required for optimal photosynthetic performance of the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp.PCC6803. Plant physiology, 2000 Nov; 124(3):1403-12.

184.J Soukupova, A Lukavska, J Lukavský, L Nedbal. Sensitivity of the algal biotest ISO 10253 to the photosystem 2 herbicides in seawater. Photosynthetica, 08/1999; 37(2):209-216.

185.D Kaftan, T Meszaros, J Whitmarsh. Characterization of photosystem II activity and heterogeneity during the cell cycle of the green alga Scenedesmus quadricauda. Plant physiology, 1999 Jun; 120(2):433-42.

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