Quantasome

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Quantasomes are particles found in the thylakoid membrane of chloroplasts. in which photosynthesis takes place.

They were first identified by Roderic B. Park in 1962.[1][2]

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  2. ^ Park, Roderic B. (August 1962). Advances in photosynthesis 39 (8). Journal of Chemical Education. p. 424. doi:10.1021/ed039p424. 
  3. ^ Park, Roderic B.; Biggins, John (May 1964). "Quantasome: Size and Composition". Science (journal) 144 (144): 1009–1011. doi:10.1126/science.144.3621.1009. 
  4. ^ Pearlstein, Robert M. (September 8, 1964). "Quantasome as a Photosynthetic Unit". Science (journal) 145 (3638): 1336. doi:10.1126/science.145.3638.1336. JSTOR 1713904. PMID 17802020. 
  5. ^ Sauer, Kenneth (May 1965). "Molecular Orientation in Quantasomes". Biophysical Journal 5 (3): 337–348. PMC 1367739. 
  6. ^ Howell, Stephen H.; Moudrianakis, Evangelos N. (September 15, 1967). "Function of the "Quantasome" in Photosynthesis: Structure and Properties of Membrane-Bound Particle Active in the Dark Reactions of Photophosphorylation". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (National Academy of Sciences) 58 (3): 1261–1268. JSTOR 58108. PMC 335777. 
  7. ^ Allaby, Michael (1998). "quantasome". A Dictionary of Plant Sciences. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198608912. OCLC 70708119.