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However high the light intensity, NADP cannot be continuously reduced by photosynthetic electron transport more rapidly than it is reoxidised by photosynthetic carbon assimilation. This, we believe, is the basis of regulation by Pi and the concept that cytosolic events are an integral part of photosynthesis. We have long since demonstrated that the isolated chloroplast requires a continuous supply of Pi in order to sustain photosynthesis [44). Our present results strengthen the view (63) that this supply is maintained in vivo by sucrose synthesis 29 within the cytosol.
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Biological Control of Photosynthesis: Proceedings of a conference held at the ‘Limburgs Universitair Centrum’, Diepenbeek, Belgium, 26–30 August 1985 by M. N. Sivak, D. A. Walker (auth.), R. Marcelle, H. Clijsters, M. van Poucke (eds.)