The argon-induced decline in nitrogenase activity commences before the beginning of a decline in nodule oxygen uptake.

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Replacement of N(2) by argon in the air around nodules directs nitrogenase electron flow in its total onto H(+) resulting in increased nodule H(2) evolution (total nitrogenase activity (TNA)). However, argon application induces a so-called argon-induced decline in nitrogenase activity (Ar-ID) connected with decreased nodule oxygen permeability. Consequently… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jplph.2010.03.014

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@article{Fischinger2010TheAD, title={The argon-induced decline in nitrogenase activity commences before the beginning of a decline in nodule oxygen uptake.}, author={Stephanie Anastasia Fischinger and Joachim Schulze}, journal={Journal of plant physiology}, year={2010}, volume={167 13}, pages={1112-5} }