Enzymes of Purine Biosynthesis and Catabolism in Glycine max: I. COMPARISON OF ACTIVITIES WITH N(2) FIXATION AND COMPOSITION OF XYLEM EXUDATE DURING NODULE DEVELOPMENT.

@article{Schubert1981EnzymesOP,
  title={Enzymes of Purine Biosynthesis and Catabolism in Glycine max: I. COMPARISON OF ACTIVITIES WITH N(2) FIXATION AND COMPOSITION OF XYLEM EXUDATE DURING NODULE DEVELOPMENT.},
  author={Karel Schubert},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1981},
  volume={68 5},
  pages={1115-22}
}
During the period examined from 12 to 63 days after planting, the ureides, allantoin and allantoic acid, were the predominant nitrogenous solutes in the xylem exudate of soybeans (Glycine max [L.]) growing solely on symbiotically fixed nitrogen, accounting for approximately 60% and greater than 95% of the total nitrogen in the xylem exudate before and after… CONTINUE READING