Stoffwechsel organischer N-Verbindungen

Bericht über den Aminosäurestoffwechsel der höheren Pflanze
  • Thomas Hartmann
Part of the Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 30)

Zusammenfassung

Trotz mancher noch ungelöster Probleme ist heute sicher, daß sich das Grundkonzept des Aminosäurestoffwechsels der höheren Pflanze nicht wesentlich von dem der intensiv bearbeiteten Mikroorganismen unterscheidet. Die wichtigsten Biosynthesewege der individuellen Eiweißaminosäuren (abgesehen vielleicht von Histidin und Tryptophan) sind in zahlreichen Tracerexperimenten vorgezeichnet. Das gleiche gilt für die mannigfaltigen intermediären Wechselbeziehungen biogenetisch verwandter Aminosäuren (Aminosäurefamilien) [s. hierzu die ausführlichen Darstellungen von Fowden (1, 2) und Steward U. Durzan].

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Thomas Hartmann
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  1. 1.Pharmakognostisches Institut der UniversitätBonnDeutschland

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