By John N. Phillips, John L. Huppatz (auth.), C. Sybesma (eds.)
The 6th foreign Congress on Photosynthesis happened from 1 to six August 1983, at the Campus of the "Vrije Universiteit Brussel", in Brussels, Belgium. those court cases include lots of the clinical contributions provided in the course of the Congress. The Brussels Congress was once the most important to this point held within the sequence of foreign Congresses on Photosynthesis. It counted over 1100 lively members. The organizers attempted to reduce the negative aspects of this sort of huge dimension by way of making greatest use of the facili ties to be had on a college campus. such a lot contributions have been provided within the kind of posters that have been displayed in a considerable variety of study rooms. The dialogue periods, two times an afternoon, 4 or 5 in parallel, came about in classrooms within the very region of those school rooms. during this approach it used to be tried to generate the ambience of a small assembly. The solidarity of the topic Photosynthesis used to be preserved within the ten plenary lectures, organ~sed in any such method common evaluate of 2 varied issues used to be given each day. furthermore, there have been the 5 instances 4 parallel symposia facing a few six teenager basic themes. each editor of lawsuits of a congress is confronted with the matter of enhancing and arranging the contributions, an issue compounded via the extensive range and the big variety of the 753 manuscripts.
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I 0/ 5 4 I/~~ / . -! , Fig. 1a,b. ---- 0 50 110 2110 150 1/ [atrazi~,.. ,fAIIr1 • A A 0 • a -100 100 2110 300 1/ [bromoxynil] 1,... IAM-1 control arginine-specific protease (incubation time 60 min) lysine-specific protease (60 min) trypsin (5 min) trypsin (20 min) trypsin (60 min) 500 In the presence of trypsin a decrease~natrazine affinity is observed, in agreement with Steinback et al. 1981 and Vermaas, Arntzen 1983. In case of bromoxynil binding short times of trypsin treatment induce an affinity increase, and longer times an affinity decrease (compare with the ioxynil binding data in Vermaas, Arntzen 1983).
M. Ducruet, R. de Prado, 1982), hydrogen bonding with tyrosine or tryptophane were here examined. Phenols and indoles respectively were taken as analogs of these amino-acid residues. Urea inhibitors formed a well defined IR band (fig. 1 a) corresponding to a frequency shift towards higher wavelengths of the longitudinal OH or NH vibration. The shift was higher when increasing the acidity of the phenolic proton (p-octylphenol + p-chlorophenol). This can be attributed to an hydrogen bond formed with the carbonyle of ureas.