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“…Reports on the influence of light-dark transitions on membrane potentials and net rates of H+ flux in photosynthetic cells are conflicting and difficult to interpret. In some cases, changes in illumination cause only transient changes in the resting membrane potential (25) in others, photosynthetically active light causes hyperpolarization of the resting potential (5, 11). Light-dependent alkalinization and acidification of the medium bathing leaf slices has been detected (9, 16, 19, 23, 25).…”
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“…Reports on the influence of light-dark transitions on membrane potentials and net rates of H+ flux in photosynthetic cells are conflicting and difficult to interpret. In some cases, changes in illumination cause only transient changes in the resting membrane potential (25) in others, photosynthetically active light causes hyperpolarization of the resting potential (5, 11). Light-dependent alkalinization and acidification of the medium bathing leaf slices has been detected (9, 16, 19, 23, 25).…”
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“…Transient phenomena will be dealt with only briefly. A preliminary report of this work has been communicated by Felle and Bentrup (1974); the complete body of data is given in Felle (1974).…”
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