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Correction: New Photosynthesis Book Announcements

govindjee gov at life.uiuc.edu
Sat Feb 19 11:42:47 EST 2000

[1] This is to let the readers of the PSNET know that the following book
  DIDNOT discuss  the relationship of Photosynthesis to Medicine, as indicated
in an earlier note to you. Was it a Freudian slip?

  Corrected title is given below:

Announcing the release of the first  book in 2000 on "Photosynthesis:
Physiology and Metabolism", edited by R. C. Leegood, T.D. Sharkey and S. von
Caemmerer (Volume 9 of the Advances in Photosynthesis Series)
, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 24 chapters, pp. 624,
ISBN 0-7923-6143-1.

[2] Announcing the release of a book in 1999 on "The Photochemistry of
Carotenoids", edited by H. Frank, A.J. Young, G. Britton and R. Cogdell
(Volume 8 of the Advances in Photosynthesis Series ),
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 20 chapters, pp. 399, ISBN


	I am hoping that you will want to request your libraries to 
purchase these
as they are really great books. Also, these books are available, at a
discounted rate,
  to members of  the International Society for Photosynthesis Research.

[3] Several new books are in preparation now:

**Photosynthesis: Photobiochemistry and Photobiophysics, authored by Bacon
Ke (USA): manuscript draft is ready.
** Regulatory Aspects of Photosynthesis, edited by Eva-Mari Aro (Finland)
and Bertil Andersson (Sweden): proofs have begun toappear.
**Light-harvesting Antennas in Photosynthesis, edited by  Bev Green
(Canada) and Bill Parson (USA)
**Photosynthesis in Algae,  edited by AWD Larkum (Australia) , S.
Douglas(Canada)  and JA Raven (UK)
** Photosynthetic Nitrogen Assimilation and Associated Organic Acid
Metabolism, edited by Christine Foyer (UK) and Graham Noctor (UK)

[4] Negotiations are in progress for books on (a) Chlorophyll Fluorescence
as a Probe of Plant Productivity,
  Basics and Applications; (b) Water-plastoquinone- oxido-reductase
(Photosystem II); and (c) Photoinhibition: 20 years later

[5] There is  an ongoing discussion on books with potential Editors for (a)
Photosystem I; (b) Global Aspects of Photosynthesis; (c) Functional
Genomics; and (d) Protonation and ATP synthesis Comments on these topics
will also be appreciated.

	Any suggestions for Editors for a possible book on 
"Cytochrome b/c Complex"?

	If you have suggestions for other books and editors, please 
feel free to
write to me, and I will place it before the new "Consulting Board"
starting with Volume 11 for consideration and discussion.

Series Edotor, Advances in Photosynthesis, Kluwer Academic Publishers


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