Regulation of Sulfur Metabolism in Plants

  • Ahlert Schmidt
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 48)

Abstract

Higher plants, algae, and cyanobacteria can grow on inorganic sulfate as the only sulfur source for growth. It has to be reduced to the level of sulfide for the amino acids cysteine and methionine, a variety of coenzymes, and for iron-sulfur clusters of proteins. This reduction of sulfate and incorporation of the reduced sulfur into cellular components is termed assimilatory sulfate reduction. Eight electrons are needed for the reduction of sulfate to sulfide, requiring about 180 kcal mol-1 compared to about 90 kcal mol-1 needed for nitrate reduction.

Keywords

Pyruvate Cyanide Methionine Thiol Homocysteine 

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