George S Espie
George S Espie
Professor of Biology, University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus
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A novel evolutionary lineage of carbonic anhydrase (ε class) is a component of the carboxysome shell
AKC So, GS Espie, EB Williams, JM Shively, S Heinhorst, GC Cannon
Journal of bacteriology 186 (3), 623-630, 2004
Physiological aspects of CO2 and HCO3 transport by cyanobacteria: a review
AG Miller, GS Espie, DT Canvin
Canadian Journal of botany 68 (6), 1291-1302, 1990
Structural basis of the oxidative activation of the carboxysomal γ-carbonic anhydrase, CcmM
KL Peña, SE Castel, C de Araujo, GS Espie, MS Kimber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (6), 2455-2460, 2010
Active CO2 transport by the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
DF Sültemeyer, AG Miller, GS Espie, HP Fock, DT Canvin
Plant Physiology 89 (4), 1213-1219, 1989
Effect of dissolved inorganic carbon on the expression of carboxysomes, localization of Rubisco and the mode of inorganic carbon transport in cells of the cyanobacterium …
RML McKay, SP Gibbs, GS Espie
Archives of Microbiology 159 (1), 21-29, 1993
A multiprotein bicarbonate dehydration complex essential to carboxysome function in cyanobacteria
SSW Cot, AKC So, GS Espie
Journal of bacteriology 190 (3), 936-945, 2008
Active transport of CO2 by the cyanobacterium Synechococcus UTEX 625: measurement by mass spectrometry
AG Miller, GS Espie, DT Canvin
Plant Physiology 86 (3), 677-683, 1988
Algae biofilm growth and the potential to stimulate lipid accumulation through nutrient starvation
PJ Schnurr, GS Espie, DG Allen
Bioresource technology 136, 337-344, 2013
Mechanism of the down regulation of photosynthesis by blue light in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803
M Scott, C McCollum, S Vasil'ev, C Crozier, GS Espie, M Krol, NPA Huner, ...
Biochemistry 45 (29), 8952-8958, 2006
Carboxysomes: cyanobacterial RubisCO comes in small packages
GS Espie, MS Kimber
Photosynthesis Research 109 (1-3), 7-20, 2011
Cloning, characterization and expression of carbonic anhydrase from the cyanobacterium Synechocystis PCC6803
AKC So, GS Espie
Plant molecular biology 37 (2), 205-215, 1998
Active transport of CO2 by three species of marine microalgae
IE Huertas, B Colman, GS Espie, LM Lubian
Journal of Phycology 36 (2), 314-320, 2000
Characterization of the Na+-requirement in cyanobacterial photosynthesis
GS Espie, AG Miller, DT Canvin
Plant physiology 88 (3), 757-763, 1988
Evidence for Na+-independent HCO3− uptake by the cyanobacterium Synechococcus leopoliensis
GS Espie, DT Canvin
Plant physiology 84 (1), 125-130, 1987
The effects of inorganic carbon and oxygen on fluorescence in the cyanobacterium Synechococcus UTEX 625
AG Miller, GS Espie, DT Canvin
Canadian journal of botany 69 (5), 1151-1160, 1991
Selective and reversible inhibition of active CO2 transport by hydrogen sulfide in a cyanobacterium
GS Espie, AG Miller, DT Canvin
Plant physiology 91 (1), 387-394, 1989
Inorganic carbon uptake during photosynthesis: I. A theoretical analysis using the isotopic disequilibrium technique
GS Espie, B Colman
Plant Physiology 80 (4), 863-869, 1986
Light-dependent bicarbonate uptake and CO2 efflux in the marine microalga Nannochloropsis gaditana
IE Huertas, GS Espie, B Colman, LM Lubian
Planta 211 (1), 43-49, 2000
Active transport of inorganic carbon increases the rate of O2 photoreduction by the cyanobacterium Synechococcus UTEX 625
AG Miller, GS Espie, DT Canvin
Plant physiology 88 (1), 6-9, 1988
The rapid isolation of photosynthetically active mesophyll cells from Asparagus cladophylls
B Colman, BT Mawson, GS Espie
Canadian Journal of Botany 57 (14), 1505-1510, 1979
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