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The possible effect of the illumination-induced transcellular H+-gradient between the central vacuole and the external medium, on both the intensity and the kinetics of delayed fluorescence was studied by measuring both the membrane potentials and H+ fluxes across the plasmatic membranes, and the millisecond component of delayed fluorescence in single cells of the marine alga Valonia ventricosa. The kinetics of the formation of transcellular delta -mu H+ was shown to correlate with thepmid:3666429 fatcat:dncr727gcfghtpap3d3lutauty