His primary areas of study are Chlorophyll fluorescence, Photosynthesis, Chlorophyll, Fluorescence and Photochemistry. Ulrich Schreiber has researched Chlorophyll fluorescence in several fields, including Biophysics, Quenching, Photosystem II and Analytical chemistry. His Analytical chemistry study incorporates themes from Light intensity, Fluorometer, Quantum yield and P700.
In general Photosynthesis, his work in Photoinhibition and Photosystem is often linked to Synechocystis linking many areas of study. Ulrich Schreiber focuses mostly in the field of Chlorophyll, narrowing it down to topics relating to Redox and, in certain cases, Controlled atmosphere and Photosynthetic pigment. Ulrich Schreiber has included themes like Thylakoid and Epidermis in his Fluorescence study.
His primary scientific interests are in Chlorophyll fluorescence, Photosynthesis, Photochemistry, Fluorescence and Photosystem II. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Thylakoid and Quenching. His Photosynthesis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quantum yield and Biophysics.
The Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Non-photochemical quenching, Cytochrome, Electron transport chain and DCMU. His studies deal with areas such as Optoelectronics and Analytical chemistry as well as Fluorescence. His Photosystem II research includes elements of Luminescence, Redox, Stereochemistry and Fluorescence spectrometry.
Ulrich Schreiber spends much of his time researching Chlorophyll fluorescence, Photosynthesis, Botany, Fluorescence and Chlorophyll. His Chlorophyll fluorescence research incorporates elements of Electron transport chain, Photosynthetic efficiency and Photosystem II. His study in Photosystem II is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Photochemistry and Quenching.
His Photosynthesis research includes themes of Spatial ecology, Ecology, Quantum yield and Microbiology. His work in Botany addresses issues such as Biophysics, which are connected to fields such as Thylakoid. His Fluorescence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Light intensity and Analytical chemistry.
His primary scientific interests are in Photosynthesis, Chlorophyll fluorescence, Botany, Chlorophyll and Fluorometer. As part of one scientific family, Ulrich Schreiber deals mainly with the area of Chlorophyll fluorescence, narrowing it down to issues related to the Environmental chemistry, and often Bioassay. His work on Algae as part of general Botany study is frequently linked to Accessory pigment, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
In his study, Invertase is inextricably linked to Pseudomonas syringae, which falls within the broad field of Chlorophyll. His research integrates issues of Photoinhibition, Fluorescence spectroscopy and Analytical chemistry in his study of Fluorometer. His research in Fluorescence intersects with topics in Absorption cross section, Absorption, Wavelength, Light intensity and Photosystem II.
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Continuous recording of photochemical and non-photochemical chlorophyll fluorescence quenching with a new type of modulation fluorometer.
U Schreiber;U Schliwa;W Bilger.
Photosynthesis Research (1986)
Temperature-induced bleaching of corals begins with impairment of the CO2 fixation mechanism in zooxanthellae
R. J. Jones;O. Hoegh-Guldberg;A. W. D. Larkum;U. Schreiber.
Plant Cell and Environment (1998)
An improved method, using saturating light pulses, for the determination of photosystem I quantum yield via P700 + -absorbance changes at 830 nm
Christof Klughammer;Ulrich Schreiber.
Detection of rapid induction kinetics with a new type of high-frequency modulated chlorophyll fluorometer.
Photosynthesis Research (1986)
Determination of the quantum efficiency of photosystem II and of non-photochemical quenching of chlorophyll fluorescence in the field
Wolfgang Bilger;Ulrich Schreiber;Michael Bock.
Heat-induced changes of chlorophyll fluorescence in intact leaves correlated with damage of the photosynthetic apparatus.
Ulrich Schreiber;Joseph A. Berry.
O2-dependent electron flow, membrane energization and the mechanism of non-photochemical quenching of chlorophyll fluorescence.
Ulrich Schreiber;Christian Neubauer.
Photosynthesis Research (1990)
Progress in Chlorophyll Fluorescence Research: Major Developments During the Past Years in Retrospect
Ulrich Schreiber;Wolfgang Bilger.
Progress in botany (1993)
Quenching Analysis of Chlorophyll Fluorescence by the Saturation Pulse Method: Particular Aspects Relating to the Study of Eukaryotic Algae and Cyanobacteria
Ulrich Schreiber;Tsuyoshi Endo;Hualing Mi;Kozi Asada.
Plant and Cell Physiology (1995)
Assessment of photosystem II photochemical quantum yield by chlorophyll fluorescence quenching analysis
U Schreiber;H Hormann;C Neubauer;C Klughammer.
Australian Journal of Plant Physiology (1995)
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