germinal center of Flemming

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ger·mi·nal cen·ter of Flem·ming

(flem'ing),
the lightly staining center in a lymphoid nodule in which the predominant cells are large lymphocytes and macrophages.
Synonym(s): reaction center

Flemming,

Walther, German anatomist, 1843-1905.
Flemming fixative - a cytoplasmic and chromosomal fixative.
Flemming triple stain - a stain comprised of safranin, methyl violet, and orange G.
germinal center of Flemming - the lightly staining center in a lymphatic nodule in which the predominant cells are large lymphocytes and macrophages. Synonym(s): reaction center
intermediate body of Flemming - a dense stalk of residual interzonal spindle fibers (microtubules) and actin-containing filaments that is formed during anaphase of mitosis. Synonym(s): midbody
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After being captured, each pigment 'hands off' electrons to the next molecule until the electron is transferred to the reaction center.
A] are in the (electrically) neutral state, the PSII reaction center is in a state [P.
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Computer simulations have shown that quantum coherences work in photosynthetic antennae to prevent excitations from getting trapped on their way to the reaction center, where the conversion to chemical energy begins.
0] is not always a constant; its value may increase if the PSII reaction center is compromised or if the transfer of excitation energy from the antenna to the reaction centers is impaired (SCHREIBER et al.
It's these initial, near instantaneous energy transfers that are so remarkably efficient--scientists estimate that more than 95 percent of the energy in the light hitting a leaf reaches the photosynthesis reaction center.