Jeremy Harbinson mostly deals with Photosynthesis, Photosystem II, Photosystem, Botany and Electron transport chain. His research in Photosystem II intersects with topics in Photochemistry, Chlorophyll, Chlorophyll fluorescence and Analytical chemistry. His Chlorophyll fluorescence study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Photoinhibition, Quenching, AMAX and Stomatal conductance.
As part of his studies on Photosystem, Jeremy Harbinson often connects relevant subjects like Photosystem I. Jeremy Harbinson has researched Botany in several fields, including Light intensity and Physical chemistry. The concepts of his Electron transport chain study are interwoven with issues in Photorespiration, Biophysics, Metabolism and Electron transfer.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Photosynthesis, Botany, Chlorophyll fluorescence, Photosystem II and Horticulture. His Photosynthesis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biophysics, Electron transport chain and Irradiance. His Botany research includes themes of Carbon dioxide and Animal science.
Jeremy Harbinson has included themes like Photoinhibition, Quenching and Biological system in his Chlorophyll fluorescence study. His Photosystem II research focuses on Photochemistry and how it connects with Absorbance. His Horticulture research incorporates themes from Photosynthetic capacity, Desiccation, Sunlight and LED lamp.
His main research concerns Photosynthesis, Irradiance, Horticulture, Biophysics and RuBisCO. In general Photosynthesis, his work in Stomatal conductance is often linked to Kinetics linking many areas of study. His Irradiance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electron transport chain and Carbon dioxide.
Jeremy Harbinson focuses mostly in the field of Electron transport chain, narrowing it down to matters related to Chemical physics and, in some cases, Photosynthetic efficiency. His work deals with themes such as Photosynthetic capacity, Photomorphogenesis, Acclimatization and Sunlight, which intersect with Horticulture. His Biophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cell, Endocytosis, Cytoplasm, Chara and Membrane.
Jeremy Harbinson mainly focuses on Horticulture, Photosynthesis, Botany, Chlorophyll fluorescence and Stomatal conductance. His research integrates issues of Photomorphogenesis and Sunlight in his study of Horticulture. The Photosynthesis study combines topics in areas such as Biophysics, Chlorophyll and Irradiance.
His research brings together the fields of Carbon dioxide and Botany. Much of his study explores Chlorophyll fluorescence relationship to Chloroplast.
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Blue light dose–responses of leaf photosynthesis, morphology, and chemical composition of Cucumis sativus grown under different combinations of red and blue light
Sander W. Hogewoning;Govert Trouwborst;Hans Maljaars;Hendrik Poorter.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2010)
Oxygen metabolism and the regulation of photosynthetic electron transport.
Christine H. Foyer;Jeremy Harbinson.
Causes of photooxidative stress and amelioration of defense systems in plants. (1994)
Photosynthetic control of electron transport and the regulation of gene expression
Christine H. Foyer;Jenny Neukermans;Guillaume Queval;Graham Noctor.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2012)
The mechanisms contributing to photosynthetic control of electron transport by carbon assimilation in leaves
Christine Foyer;Robert Furbank;Jeremy Harbinson;Peter Horton.
Photosynthesis Research (1990)
Determining the limitations and regulation of photosynthetic energy transduction in leaves
Neil R. Baker;Jeremy Harbinson;David M. Kramer.
Plant Cell and Environment (2007)
The relationship between non-photochemical quenching of chlorophyll fluorescence and the rate of photosystem 2 photochemistry in leaves
Bernard Genty;Jeremy Harbinson;Jean Marie Briantais;Neil R. Baker.
Photosynthesis Research (1990)
Photosynthetic Quantum Yield Dynamics: From Photosystems to Leaves
Sander W. Hogewoning;Emilie Wientjes;Emilie Wientjes;Peter Douwstra;Govert Trouwborst.
The Plant Cell (2012)
Relative quantum efficiencies of the two photosystems of leaves in photorespiratory and non-respiratory conditions.
B. Genty;J. Harbinson;N. R. Baker.
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (1990)
Relationship between the Quantum Efficiencies of Photosystems I and II in Pea Leaves
Jeremy Harbinson;Bernard Genty;Neil R. Baker.
Plant Physiology (1989)
Using combined measurements of gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence to estimate parameters of a biochemical C3 photosynthesis model: a critical appraisal and a new integrated approach applied to leaves in a wheat (Triticum aestivum) canopy
Xinyou Yin;Paul C. Struik;Pascual Romero;Jeremy Harbinson.
Plant Cell and Environment (2009)
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