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On the 710 nm Fluorescence Emitted by the Diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum at Room Temperature
Plant and Cell Physiology
The fluorescence emitted at 710 nm by Phaeodactylum tricornutum (F 710 ) was characterized. Development of F 710 was found to be regulated by the quality of light needed for algal growth: weak red light absorbed mainly by Chl a induced its development, and weak blue-green light absorbed mainly by fucoxanthin and Chl c suppressed it. The difference spectra between cells grown under the two light conditions revealed two Chl a forms, absorption peaks of which were located at 692 nm (Chl a 692 )doi:10.1093/pcp/pch043 pmid:15111713 fatcat:2ecjv26q3vch7jrr5udh6bsxbe