and consists a reversible regulatory and protective mechanism that involves changes in the thylakoid membranes triggered by transthylakoidal pH gradient, transition states and photoinactivation
of PSII (Rohacek, Soukupova, & Bartak, 2008).
2] treatment can be explained by the direct action of photoinactivation
and Haber-Weiss reactions leading to internal cell injuries.
Identification of singlet oxygen as the cytotoxic agent in photoinactivation
of a murine tumor.
The discussion was based on a number of recent studies of the interaction of ultraviolet and visible lasers with the biological systems, as well as to illustrate every possible mechanism expected in the photoinactivation
of Catalase Occurs under Both High and low-temperature stress conditions and accompanies photo inhibition of photosystem II.
Ultraviolet (193, 216 and 254 nm) photoinactivation
of Escherichia coli strains with different repair deficiencies.
Diurnal changes in the photochemical efficiency of the symbiotic dinoflagellates (Dinophycea) of corals: photoprotection, photoinactivation
and the relationship to coral bleaching.
It is also reported that decrease of chlorophyll fluorescence under drought stress seems to indicate the occurrence of chronic photoinhibition due to photoinactivation
of photosystem II centers, possibly attributable to D1 protein damage which usually limit photosynthetic activity (Zlatev, 2004).
of Propionibacterium acnes by near ultraviolet light.
An alternative explanation for the low levels of antioxidant activity observed could be enzyme photoinactivation
Oxygen and photoinactivation
of Escherichia coli in UVA and sunlight.
Moreover, AP at the concentration studied (50 [micro]M) induced a marked (ca 20%) decrease in the rate of HPD-sensitized photoinactivation
of EAC cells (Fig.