Some requirements of biological nitrogen fixation.

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Clues to the mechanism of biological nitrogen fixation have been sought through experiments aimed at defining the substances specifically required by organisms to effect the process. The nitrogen-fixing sequence in bacteria is known to proceed through ammonia (Zelitch et al., 1951; Newton et al., 1953; Wilson and Burris, 1953; Virtanen, 1953). Thus, the… (More)

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@article{Carnahan1958SomeRO, title={Some requirements of biological nitrogen fixation.}, author={John Carnahan and James E Castle}, journal={Journal of bacteriology}, year={1958}, volume={75 2}, pages={121-4} }