3 edition of Biology and biochemistry of nitrogen fixation found in the catalog.
Biology and biochemistry of nitrogen fixation
by Elsevier, Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by M.J. Dilworth and A.R. Glenn.|
|Series||Studies in plant science ;, 1|
|Contributions||Dilworth, M. J., Glenn, A. R.|
|LC Classifications||QR89.7 .B565 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 438 p. :|
|Number of Pages||438|
|LC Control Number||91010218|
CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by . In Biological Nitrogen Fixation, the leading researchers in nitrogen fixation from all over the world contribute up-to-the-minute general reviews on all aspects of the subject, from the molecular biology and genetics to the biochemistry, physiology, and ecology of nitrogen fixation.
Nitrogen fixation research is presented as a rapidly developing, synergistic area of modern science, using the methods of, and accumulating data from, many fundamental branches of biology and chemistry. These include catalytic mechanisms, protein structure and function, molecular organization of genes and the regulation of their activities, biochemistry of plants Reviews: 1. There are three main pools of nitrogen – atmosphere, soil and biomass. Nitrogen cycles between these pools in the following manner: Atmospheric Pool. The process of converting atmospheric nitrogen (N 2) to ammonia (NH 3) is ‘Nitrogen fixation‘. Atmospheric nitrogen is fixed in three ways – biological, industrial and electrical.
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The below mentioned article provides an Overview on Biochemistry of Nitrogen reading this article you will learn about: 1.
Enzymology ate 3. Non-Symbiotic Fixation ic N 2 – Fixation 5. Exchange of Metabolites between Bacteroids and Host Cells. This volume is a wide-ranging critical evaluation by international experts of the state of knowledge in the whole field of biological nitrogen fixation. It includes coverage of the chemistry of N2 reduction, the biochemistry and molecular biology of the molybdenum and vanadium nitrogenases.
The Biology and Biochemistry of Nitrogen Fixation: A Look Biology and biochemistry of nitrogen fixation book / A.R. Glenn and M. Dilworth Molybdenum Nitrogenase / R.W.
Miller -- 3. Alternative Nitrogenases / R.N. Pau -- 4. The MoFe protein is a α 2 β 2 heterotetramer with a molecular mass of kDa (see Figure ).It contains 2 Mo, 30 Fe, and 32 S 2– atoms per molecule that are organized into two pairs of unique metal clusters, the FeMo-cofactor and the P cluster [,, ].The MoFe protein is often viewed as two functionally independent αβ dimers; however, there is evidence Cited by: Biology and biochemistry of nitrogen fixation edited by M.
Dilworth and A. Glenn, Studies in Plant Science Vol. 1, Elsevier, Dfl /$ (vii Author: John Postgate. After a brief introductory chapter, this book contains 16 detailed reviews of recent studies concerning nitrogenases, the chemistry of N2 reduction, genetics and regulation of the enzymes, free-living diazotrophs, associative N fixation, legume nodulation, nodule N fixation and assimilation, limitations in the use of legumes, symbioses with Frankia and Cyanobacteria, and.
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.
In Biological Nitrogen Fixation, the leading researchers in nitrogen fixation from all over the world contribute up-to-the-minute general reviews on all aspects of the subject, from the molecular biology and genetics to the biochemistry, physiology, and ecology of nitrogen fixation.5/5(1).
This chapter discusses the biochemistry of nitrogen fixation. Nitrogenase is a complex enzyme that catalyzes the reduction of a variety of substrates with the concomitant hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). It contains two easily separable, iron–sulfur proteins, one of which contains molybdenum.
Molecular Biology Of Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation. Molecular Biology Of Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation book. invasion of plant cells by bacteria, and many changes in the structure and biochemistry of both organisms as the nodule develops. The development of nitrogen-fixing nodules has been characterized as occurring in a series of stages.
Molecular Biology Of Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation book. Molecular Biology Of Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation. Legume Nodule Biochemistry and Function.
With Robert B. Mellor, Dietrich Werner. Nodules on legumes and also the nonlegume Parasponia exhibit different morphologies. Nodule cells can be considered to be bathed in a medium containing C. Biochemistry of Biological Nitrogen Fixation Nitrogen fixing bacteria that occur in association with higher plants, especially with those of family Leguminaceae (fabaceae), are termed as symbionts.
The symbiotic association of nitrogen-fixing bacteria with plants roots generally occurs in multicellular structures called nodules. The best characterized symbiotic association. Biochemistry of biological nitrogen fixation 1.
Biochemistry of biological nitrogen fixation. BY OKECHUKWU FRANCIS 2. INTRODUCTION Apart from atmospheric and industrial nitrogen fixation, Biological nitrogen fixation still remains responsible for 65% of total NITROGEN USED BY MAAN MAINLY THROUGH FOOD INTACT.
THE REASON FOR THE. Biochemistry of nitrogen fixation Nitrogen fixation is a very energy demanding process, requiring at least 16 moles of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) for each mole of reduced nitrogen. It also requires almost anaerobic conditions as the key enzyme complex, dinitrogenase, is rapidly inactivated by oxygen.
This review, however, will be primarily concerned with the free-living nitrogen-fixing bacterium Klebsiella pneumoniae since the biochemistry and genetics of nitrogen fixation have been extensively studied in this organism. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants, 2nd Edition has been hailed as a major contribution to the plant sciences literature and critical acclaim has been matched by global sales success.
Maintaining the scope and focus of the first edition, the second will provide a major update, include much new material and reorganise some chapters to further improve the.
The relationships between biological nitrogen fixation research and different branches of applied biology are addressed and analyzed, such as: the monitoring of genetically engineered microorganisms, selection of plant-associated microbes, plant breeding, increasing the protein content of crops, providing ecologically safe food production, and.
ASSOCIATIVE NITROGEN FIXATION, Anne Van Dommelen and Jos Vanderleyden. MEASURING N2 FIXATION IN THE FIELD, Jonathan P. Zehr and Joseph P. Montoya. OTHER REACTIONS OF THE NITROGEN CYCLE. BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF NITRIFICATION, Stuart J.
Ferguson, David J. Richardson and Rob J.M. van. BULEN WA, BURNS RC, LECOMTE JR. NITROGEN FIXATION: HYDROSULFITE AS ELECTRON DONOR WITH CELL-FREE PREPARATIONS OF AZOTOBACTER VINELANDII AND RHODOSPIRILLUM RUBRUM. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.
Mar; – [PMC free article] CARNAHAN JE, MORTENSON LE, MOWER HF, CASTLE JE. Nitrogen fixation. Understanding of biological nitrogen fixation has advanced with impressive rapidity during the last decade.
As befits a developing area of Science, these advances have uncovered information and raised questions which will have, and indeed have had, repercussions in numerous other branches of science and its applications. Book Description. The core of the text is aimed at the research worker in the field of nitrogen fixation, but, despite its specialisation, does not lose the emphasis on teaching, both as a direct reference book and as a backbone for a graduate course on the closing part of the book includes a subject index and a glossary of terms.This book provides an introductory-level survey of biological nitrogen fixation, covering the role of the process in the global nitrogen cycle as well as its biochemistry, physiology, genetics, ecology, general biology and prospects for its future exploitation.This monograph is a sequel to " Root nodule bacteria and leguminous plants" (Herb.
Rev. 1. ), published at a time when the chemistry of symbiotic nitrogen fixation was a. relatively unexplored field. The present state of knowledge on the problem is reviewed, under the following main heads: biochemistry of the' bacteria, interaction of host and bacteria, fixation of nitrogen .