Genetic Engineering of Osmoregulation

@inproceedings{Neyra1980GeneticEO,
  title={Genetic Engineering of Osmoregulation},
  author={Carlos A. Neyra},
  booktitle={Basic Life Sciences},
  year={1980}
}
Lewis M. Brown and Johan H. Hellebust Atlantic Regional Laboratory National Research Council of Canada Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Sorbitol and proline accumulate to osmotically significant concentrations in two Stichococcus species and Klebsormidium marinum. The extent of osmotic balance by these and other organic solutes depends on the isolate within this group of predominantly nonvacuolate algae. Sucrose, proline and sorbitol accumulate in the lichen alga Hyalococcus dermatocarponis, but… CONTINUE READING

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