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Recent aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants
|Statement||edited by E.J. Hewitt and C.V. Cutting.|
|Series||Symposia -- 1st.|
|Contributions||Hewitt, Eric John., Cutting, Cyril Vernon.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
Plants, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Recent extraordinary advances in our understanding of eukaryote messenger RNA (mRNA) metabolism, in part linked to the huge development of high-throughput approaches such as RNA sequencing, ribosome profiling, degradome or RIP sequencing revealed how important fine-tuning the . Inorganic Nitrogen in Plants and Microorganisms summarizes new experimental data, ideas and conclusions on the whole metabolic spectrum: transport through the cell membranes, - the distribution within plant organs, - nitrate and nitrite reduction with their complicated genetic and physiological regulation, - the assimilation of ammonium and dinitrogen.
Devosia neptuniae is a nitrogen-fixing bacteria that nodulates Neptunia is Gram-negative, strictly aerobic short rod-shaped and motile by a subpolar type strain of D. neptuniae is LMG T (CECT T).. ReferencesFamily: Hyphomicrobiaceae. Sulphur metabolism of plants (I'll stick with British English spelling here) has always received less attention and attracted less funding than has research on nitrogen and phosphorus. One of the most important reasons no doubt is that, unlike nitrogen and phosphorus, sulphur availability to plants was rarely a : M. L. Otte.
Cellular carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) metabolism must be tightly coordinated to sustain optimal growth and development for plants and other cellular organisms. Furthermore, C/N balance is also critical for the ecosystem response to elevated atmospheric CO 2. Despite numerous physiological and molecular studies in C/N balance or ratio response Cited by: Nitrogen is a major constituent of several of the most important plant substances. For example, nitrogen compounds comprise 40% to 50% of the dry matter of protoplasm, and it is a constituent of amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. It is also an essential constituent of chlorophyll. Nitrogen deficiency most often results in stunted growth, slow growth, and chlorosis.
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Get this from a library. Recent aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants: proceedings of a symposium held at Long Ashton Research Station, University of Bristol, April [E J Hewitt; C V Cutting; Long Ashton Research Station.;].
This volume covers the most significant advances of the last ten years in understanding intermediary nitrogen metabolism in plants.
The eight chapters comprise aspects of nitrate and nitrogen assimilation, symbiotic nitrogen fixation, glutamine and glutamate enzymology, amino acid biosynthesis, ureides, and polyamine and sulfur metabolism.
Danchin, in Encyclopedia of Genetics, Intermediary Metabolism. Carbon and nitrogen metabolism in B. subtilis follow the general rules of intermediary metabolism in aerobic bacteria, with a complete glycolytic pathway and a tricarboxylic acid cycle.
Electron transfer to oxygen is mediated by a set of cytochromes and cytochrome oxidases, allowing efficient respiration in B. This Recent aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants book book contains 16 papers on various aspects of nitrogen metabolism in plants, with the emphasis in most papers on plants of agricultural and horticultural importance.
Subjects covered include: recent developments in the study of root nodules; the uptake, assimilation and transport of ammonium and nitrate; amino acid metabolism; the distribution and synthesis of.
The use of nitrogen fertilizers has resulted in great increases in crop yields. This book is a study of their chemistry and biochemistry. It contains information on. Following an overview in Chapter 1 of plant nitrogen metabolism, the remaining chapters are loosely organized into three groups.
Chapters deal primarily with the biochemistry and molecular biology of nitrogen assimilation and transport, Chapters with amino acid metabolism, and Chapters with secondary metabolites.
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In book: Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Metabolism in Plants, pp - Cite this publication. Arijit Mukherjee. Ecological Aspects of Nitr ogen Metabolism in Plants. In Bull. 46 of the Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures of Field Crops [see H.A. ], edited by a committee of C.S.I.R.O., Australia, it is stated that " the field of N metabolism in plants has advanced so dramatically in the last years that it has been necessary for the accumulated knowledge to be reviewed at frequent intervals ".
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The Biochemistry of Plants, Volume Carbohydrates provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of plant biochemistry.
This book deals with the function and structure of the plant cell wall by describing the physical and chemical properties of cell wall components. Following an overview in Chapter 1 of plant nitrogen metabolism, the remaining chapters are loosely organized into three groups.
Chapters deal primarily with the biochemistry and molecular biology of nitrogen assimilation and transport, Chapters with amino acid metabolism, and Chapters with secondary : Springer US.
Request PDF | Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Metabolism in Plants | Actinorhizal root nodules are nitrogen-fixing symbioses between the actinomycete Frankia and roots of dicotyledonous plants Author: Katharina Pawlowski. The section on molecular and physiological responses of plants to NH 4 in the environment highlights ammonium as a highly important but frequently neglected nitrogen compound in agricultural systems, describing analytical techniques, plant–environment interactions, and physiological responses of plants to this nitrogen : Urs Feller.
She specialized in abiotic stress in relation to nitrogen metabolism in crop plants. Manju A. Lal has taught plant physiology to undergraduate students for more than four decades.
She retired from her post as Associate Professor at the Department of Botany, Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi in December Biological Nitrogen Fixation is a comprehensive two volume work bringing together both review and original research articles on key topics in nitrogen fixation.
Chapters across both volumes emphasize molecular techniques and advanced biochemical analysis approaches applicable to various aspects of biological nitrogen fixation.
The nitrogen form and the levels of nitrogen available affect root water uptake [47, 48, 49]. Synergetic transport has been found between nitrate and water uptake in roots. In plants supplied with nitrogen in both ammonium and nitrate forms, the high nitrogen supply also increased root hydraulic conductance in plants [50, 51].
The radial water Author: Szilvia Veres, László Zsombik, Csaba Juhász. The three following chapters deal with more generic aspects of metabolic regulation or control, with chapters on metabolite transporters, plant enzyme control by reversible covalent modification, protein interaction (i.e.
protein-kinase, phosphatase and proteins), and redox signal transduction in plant by: 1. Plants for the Future. This book will add to the scientific knowledge of the readers on the molecular aspects of plants. This book will help to strengthen the scientific background of the readers on plants and deliver the message regarding plants for the future, in food security, health, industry, and other areas.
The nitrogen content of amino acids and other organic nitrogen-containing compounds in higher plants is all derived from ammonia.
which occupies a central role in plant nitrogen metabolism. For this reason (and also because of the personal bias of one of the authors, P. L.), we have unashamedly discussed at length, the pathway of ammonia Author: Peter John Lea tllId Roben J.
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2, species with comments from over .Summary. This review covers the changes in the nitrogen metabolism during senescence of annual plants. The remobilization processes in senescing tissues are important for the N-economy in higher plants and allow the reutilization of nitrogen in growing plant parts (e.g.
developing leaves, fruits and seeds).The nitrogen fluxes and the enzyme pattern change considerably Cited by: This volume covers the most significant advances of the last ten years in understanding intermediary nitrogen metabolism in plants.
The eight chapters comprise aspects of nitrate and nitrogen assimilation, symbiotic nitrogen fixation, glutamine and glutamate enzymology, amino acid biosynthesis, ureides, and polyamine and sulfur : $