Agrisera Educational Poster Collection
Photosynthetic posters developed by Dr. Dmitry Shevela and Prof. Govindjee Govindjee in collaboration with leading scientists in the field. Graphic design by Dmitry Shevela. Agrisera is sponsoring the printing and free worldwide distribution of these posters for educational purposes since 2016. Starting from 2018, based on the feedback and requests from students and researchers, Agrisera began to define the topics of new educational posters and to sponsor graphic design work on the posters. The usage of the graphics from the posters is allowed only for non-commercial educational purposes (lectures, presentations, and articles) but requires a proper citation of the source with DOI numbers. Please, follow the instructions below on how to cite the posters.
When requesting a hard copy, please remember to include your shipping address.
Instructions on how to cite the posters:
Poster Number 1: D. Shevela and G. Govindjee (2016). Oxygenic Photosynthesis. doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.26291.58409.
Poster Number 2: D. Shevela, Lars Olof Björn and G. Govindjee (2018). Z-Scheme of Electron Transport in Photosynthesis. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.22936.14081.
Poster Number 3: D. Shevela and G. Govindjee (2019). Plant Cell: Photosynthesis and Respiration, Agrisera's Educational Poster 3: 10.6084/m9.figshare.14794281 .
Poster Number 4: D. Shevela, M. Hayer-Hartl, I. Andersson, G. Govindjee (2020) Rubisco: An Enzyme of Global Importance, Agrisera's Educational Poster 4, doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10944.48646).
Poster Number 5: Shevela, D.; Kern, J. F.; Whitmarsh, J.; Messinger, J.; Govindjee, G. (2021) Photosystem II: Enzyme That Gives Us Molecular Oxygen, Agrisera Educational Poster 5, doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.14802924.v1
References about one of the authors, professor Govindjee:
Stribet et al. (2020). Celebrating the contributions of Govindjee after his retirement: 1999-2020. New Zealand Journal of Botany, Volume 58.
Eaton-Rye et al. (2020), Biology and biotechnological applications of microalgae and photosynthetic prokaryotes: part 2. New Zealand Journal of Botany, Volume 58.
Professor Govindjees website