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Molecular and genetic aspects of nitrate assimilation

Molecular and genetic aspects of nitrate assimilation

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Published by Oxford Science Publications, Oxford University Press in Oxford [England], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nitrates -- Metabolism.,
  • Plants -- Assimilation.,
  • Fungi -- Metabolism.,
  • Nitrates -- Metabolism -- Genetic aspects.,
  • Nitrates -- Metabolism -- Regulation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementedited by John L. Wray and James R. Kinghorn.
    ContributionsWray, John L. 1942-, Kinghorn, James R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK898.N57 M65 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 410 p. :
    Number of Pages410
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2049460M
    ISBN 10019857696X
    LC Control Number88026844

    Planta, 25— Experiments directed toward these goals were already well-underway by the official start of this project, and results have been published. Analysis of mtol mutants that overaccumulate soluble methione in Arabidopsis thaliana C2 - Non-edited contributions to conferences Chiba, Y. Accumulation of glucosinolates in oilseed rape leaves as a result of fungal infection. In plants, these enzymes are regulated by proteins Kulma et al.

    Mylona, P. All this suggests a role of NAR1. For this purpose, uptake, assimilation, and long-distance transport of sulfur were compared between wild-type tobacco and transformants lacking root nitrate reductase, cultivated either with nitrate or with ammonium nitrate. Nevertheless, in medium without ammonium, NIA1 is similarly induced by low and high nitrate concentrations.

    Harborne Publisher: Elsevier. Ferredoxin-sepharose as an affinity absorbent for purification of glutamate synthase and other ferredoxin-dependent enzymes A - Papers appearing in refereed journals Wallsgrove, R. Combating the threat of new super weeds. Timmers, A. White, A. Nitrogen fixation, assimilation and transport during the initial growth phase of Phaseolus vulgaris L.


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Molecular and genetic aspects of nitrate assimilation Download PDF Ebook

Miller, A. Carbon Molecular and genetic aspects of nitrate assimilation book nitrogen metabolism in a barley Hordeum vulgare L. Glucosinolate metabolism in diseased plants. Barley photorespiration mutants.

Distribution and activity of microsomal NADPH-dependent monooxygenases and amino acid decarboxylases in cruciferous and non-cruciferous plants, and their relationship to foliar glucosinolate content A - Papers appearing in refereed journals Bennett, R.

Development — Siegel, L. Plant Cell S—S Several major transcription factors were identified in plants, fungi, yeast, and in some green and red algae.

The location of glutamine-synthetase in leaf-cells and its role in the reassimilation of ammonia released in photo-respiration. Involvement of cytochrome P in glucosinolate biosynthesis in white mustard - a biochemical anomaly. A - Papers appearing in refereed journals Marquez, A.

Soil Biol. Thus, this nzf1 mutant has decreased levels of wild type NIT2 transcript. Biologically active amines in transgenic plants, polyamines and tumour growth, physiology and metabolism of biologically active amines, biologically active amines in food processing and amines produced by bacteria.

Photorespiratory nitrogen cycle A - Papers appearing in refereed journals Keys, A. Jones, O. This soil bacterium efficiently assimilates nitrate and nitrite to ammonium for biosynthesis of amino acids and other precursor metabolites. In this alga one of the main NO sources is nitrite Sakihama et al.

Davidian, J. Transcriptomics analysis showed other transcription factors that are upregulated in N starvation.Nitrate Assimilation by Bacteria Janine T. Lin' and Valley Stewart2 2 1 Section of Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology Sections of Microbiology and of Genetics and Development Cornell University, Ithaca, New YorkUSA ABSTRACT Nitrate is a significant nitrogen source for plants and galisend.com by: About this book.

While nitrogenous fertilizers have significantly helped in increasing the yield of farm produce since the s, the non-assimiliated nitrates which are carried by drainage water from soils are responsible for polluting the ground water. Reviews of their area of expertise are provided by the contributors of this multi-author book, organized into the following six sections: I.

Nitrate uptake (2 chapters), considers the molecular and genetic aspects of nitrate uptake in higher plants; II. Nitrate reduction (12 chapters), reflects the level of interest in, and amount of information derived about, nitrate assimilation; III.genetics to nitrate assimilation.

1 was therefore very pleased to discover pdf the book pdf achieves an excellent balance between physiological and biochemical studies on the one hand and genetics (classical, as well as molecular) on the other.

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With the benefit of hindsight, 1 realize that the title of the book was not misleading at all.Nitrogen assimilation is the download pdf of organic nitrogen compounds like amino acids from inorganic nitrogen compounds present in the environment. Organisms like plants, fungi and certain bacteria that cannot fix nitrogen gas (N 2) depend on the ability to assimilate nitrate or ammonia for their needs.

Other organisms, like animals, depend entirely on organic nitrogen from their food.Nitrogen ebook by plants: physiological, biochemical and molecular aspects. B. Touraine --Transport of Nitrate by Roots / C.

Grignon, J.-B. Thibaud, T. Lamaze --Nitrate Assimilation: Nitrate and Nitrite Reductases Molecular and Genetic Aspects / C. Elmerich --Nitrogen Assimilation by Ectomycorrhizal Symbiosis / F.

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