Sunday - June 13, 2021
Carnegie Institution for Science: 'Surge Protector'-Like Enzyme Controls the Speed and Efficiency of Photosynthesis
June 10, 2021
WASHINGTON, June 10 (TNSJou) -- The Carnegie Institution for Science issued the following news release:

The fact that photosynthesis uses sunlight and atmospheric carbon dioxide to produce sugars has been known for more than a century. But how photosynthesis manages to maintain sugar production through variations in the availability of sunlight and carbon dioxide has remained a mystery until now.

New work published in Photosynthesis Research from Carnegie's Jennifer Joh . . .

Targeted News Service Document Request Form

This document is available to you by e-mail if you complete the form below with relevant information. There may be a fee for this article or ongoing service of similar materials. We will be in touch shortly.

Name:
What's your
Affiliation
Government Newspaper / Media Business
Public Policy Individual / Student Educators
Email:
Phone:
Organization, if any:
State/Country you are in:
Additonal questions
or comments:

Click here for more information about our products

Click here for more information about our products