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Photosynthetic Light Reactions in Diatoms : I. The Lipids and Light-Harvesting Complexes of the Thylakoid Membrane

Photosynthetic Light Reactions in Diatoms : I. The Lipids and Light-Harvesting Complexes of the Thylakoid Membrane

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BÜCHEL, Claudia, Reimund GOSS, Benjamin BAILLEUL, Douglas A. CAMPBELL, Johann LAVAUD, Bernard LEPETIT, 2022. Photosynthetic Light Reactions in Diatoms : I. The Lipids and Light-Harvesting Complexes of the Thylakoid Membrane. In: FALCIATORE, Angela, ed., Thomas MOCK, ed.. The Molecular Life of Diatoms. Springer Cham, pp. 397-422. ISBN 978-3-030-92498-0. Available under: doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-92499-7_15

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