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Crops convert inorganic nitrogen into amino acids, the development blocks for proteins. in addition they make a variety of different nitrogen compounds to assist shield themselves from pests and illnesses. An realizing of those compounds can for that reason assist in devising greater crop security and creation equipment. This quantity includes essays through scientists who've studied elements of plant nitrogen meals and amino acid biosynthesis. There are chapters on protein amino acids, nonprotein amino acids, betaines, glutathione, polyamines, and different secondary metabolites derived from amino acids. the result of those experiences may be of curiosity to graduate scholars and pros in biochemistry and botany.

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B-3 to B-24, E-6 to E-24: transgenic plants expressing the chloroplastic-type of DHDPS and AK, respectively. A-18 and A-22, C-8 and C-21: transgenic plants expressing the cytoplasmic-type of DHDPS and AK, respectively (according to Shaul & Galili, 1992a, b) a desensitized AK was accompanied by a significant increase of threonine and methionine in seeds, without alteration of the phenotype (Karchi, Saul & Galili, 1993). However, in the case of the dapA transformants, the accumulation of free lysine increased only slightly at early stages of seed development and declined to the level of control plants at maturity (Karchi, Shaul & Galili, 1994).

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