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Regulation of Sucrose Metabolism in Higher Plants: Localization and Regulation of Activity of Key Enzymes
ABSTRACT Sucrose (Sue) plays a central role in plant growth and development. It is a major end product of photosynthesis and functions as a primary transport sugar and in some cases as a direct orExpand
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Compassion focused therapy
Die Bedeutung der heilsamen Wirkung von Mitgefuhl (engl. compassion) hat in den letzten Jahren im therapeutischen Setting enorm zugenommen. Die Entwicklung von Mitgefuhl – sich selbst und seinenExpand
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Malate‐sensitive anion channels enable guard cells to sense changes in the ambient CO2 concentration
Summary Malate is a characteristic metabolite in the photosynthesis of C4 and CAM plants. Furthermore, changes in the intracellular concentration of this organic acid provide part of the osmoticExpand
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Further Studies of the Phloem Loading Process in Leaves of Barley and Spinach. The Comparison of Metabolite Concentrations in the Apoplastic Compartment with those in the Cytosolic Compartment and in
The concentrations of sucrose, amino acids, nitrate and malate in the apoplastic compartment of illuminated leaves of barley and spinach were determined and compared with the correspondingExpand
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Phosphorylation of the Amino Terminus of Maize Sucrose Synthase in Relation to Membrane Association and Enzyme Activity1
Sucrose synthase (SUS) is phosphorylated on a major, amino-terminal site located at Ser-15 (S15) in the maize (Zea mays) SUS1 protein. Site- and phospho-specific antibodies against a phosphorylatedExpand
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Phosphorylation of sucrose synthase at serine 170: occurrence and possible role as a signal for proteolysis.
Sequence analysis identified serine 170 (S170) of the maize (Zea mays L.) SUS1 sucrose synthase (SUS) protein as a possible, second phosphorylation site. Maize leaves contained two calcium-dependentExpand
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Identification of sucrose synthase as an actin‐binding protein
Several lines of evidence indicate that sucrose synthase (SuSy) binds both G‐ and F‐actin: (i) presence of SuSy in the Triton X‐100‐insoluble fraction of microsomal membranes (i.e. crude cytoskeletonExpand
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Impact of lactic acid bacteria on oxidative DNA damage in human derived colon cells.
It is assumed that reactive oxygen species (ROS) play a key role in inflammatory bowel diseases and colon cancer and a number of studies indicate that lactic acid bacteria (LAB) possess antioxidantExpand
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Effect of Short-Term N2 Deficiency on Expression of the Ureide Pathway in Cowpea Root Nodules1
Root systems of 28-d-old cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp cv Vita 3: Bradyrhizobiumsp. strain CB756) plants bearing nitrogen-fixing nodules in sand culture were exposed to an atmosphere of Ar:O2Expand
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