Ultrafast Energy Transfer and Orientational Dynamics in Photosynthetic Bacterial Membranes

Sara Chamberlin Massey
Photosynthetic organisms have adapted to survive in their diverse native habitats, whether by maximizing light-harvesting efficiency in low-light environments or by quenching excess excitations to prevent the formation of damaging reactive oxygen species. Photosynthetic species follow a number of principles in the design of pigment-protein light-harvesters, including the dense packing of chromophores, repeating the same pigment many times, and using interactions with other pigments and the environment to tune the absorbance spectrum. We seek to...
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