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The components obtained by Thornber et al. 2. Component I was enriched in @-carotene, and it was devoid of the xanthophylls, violaxanthin and neoxanthin (196). the digitonin procedure, and P-1 obtained by Triton X-100 action. D. THE STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF PHOTOSYSTEM 1 AND PHOTOSYSTEM 2 The studies described in the preceding pages indicate that the photosystem 1 particle is more readily released from its association with the chloroplast lamellae by detergent solutions. Sonication of chloroplasts for very brief periods has been shown also to release a very small amount of material with a high chl u/chl b ratio (27).
P-700 was oxidized a t -150", but the subsequent reduction was prevented. 44 V. Fast light-induced reactions of cyt f were not detectable by Witt et al. in Chlorella or spinach chloroplasts under normal conditions a t room temperature. However, illumination a t - 150" in the absence of an electron acceptor gave a difference spectrum showing both P-700 and cyt f. Addition of reduced PMS gave at - 150" only the difference spectrum of P-700, and a simple subtraction gave the oxidized minus reduced spectrum of cyt f (Fig.
Such a site of inhibition would be compatible with the observations of Miiller et al. and most of the effects observed with DCMU. 500 chl molecules. This low figure for the number of sensitive sites was arrived at after correcting for an amount of inhibitor which was irreversibly bound to the chloroplast and inactive, and the partitioning between the biological and aqueous phases. If such a calculation is valid, it means that there is one sensitive site for five or six photosystem 2 units, and it would then be logical to implicate DCMU inhibition with the production of oxygen from four oxidizing equivalents of the primary oxidant of photosystem 2.