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High-Throughput Identification and Screening of Novel Methylobacterium Species Using Whole-Cell MALDI-TOF/MS Analysis
Methylobacterium species are ubiquitous α-proteobacteria that reside in the phyllosphere and are fed by methanol that is emitted from plants. In this study, we applied whole-cell matrix-assisted… Expand
Momilactone A and B as Allelochemicals from Moss Hypnum plumaeforme: First Occurrence in Bryophytes
- H. Nozaki, K. Hayashi, N. Nishimura, H. Kawaide, A. Matsuo, D. Takaoka
- Biology, Medicine
- Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
- 23 December 2007
Momilactones A (1) and B (2), which have been identified as phytoalexins in rice, were isolated from extracts of the moss Hypnum plumaeforme. This is the first isolation and identification of… Expand
Development of an analytical method for the determination of betaines in higher plants by capillary electrophoresis at low pH.
- J. Zhang, N. Nishimura, A. Okubo, S. Yamazaki
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Phytochemical analysis : PCA
- 1 July 2002
In recent years the role of betaines in higher plants has been extensively investigated in relation to environmental stress response. This paper reports the establishment of a simple, rapid and… Expand
Application of capillary electrophoresis to the simultaneous determination of betaines in plants.
- N. Nishimura, J. Zhang, M. Abo, A. Okubo, S. Yamazaki
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Analytical sciences : the international journal…
The simultaneous determination of betaines, the key compounds for osmotic regulation in plants, was established by capillary electrophoresis (CE). After four betaines, glycine betaine (GB),… Expand
The Climacium-type branch development in the Bartramiaceae and its taxonomic significance
The Bartramiaceae have been defined by unique apple-shaped capsules. The present study deals with the branch development pattern of each genus of the Bartramiaceae to know if the family is consistent… Expand
Evaluation of the historical records of lead pollution in the annual growth rings and bark pockets of a 250-year-old Quercus crispula in Nikko, Japan.
- D. Bellis, K. Satake, M. Noda, N. Nishimura, C. Mcleod
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- The Science of the total environment
- 5 August 2002
The annual growth rings and bark pockets of a 250-year-old Japanese oak (Quercus crispula), collected from the Nikko National Park, Japan in 2000 AD, were analysed by ICP mass spectrometry. The… Expand
Simultaneous Determination of Betaines and Free Amino Acids in Higher Plants by Capillary Electrophoresis