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Botany online: The Cell's Basic Metabolism
... the Citric Acid Cycle Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation: the Respiratory Chain Biosyntheses: Amino Acids One Gene - One Enzyme - One Reaction Biosyntheses: Porphyrins Biosyntheses: Nucleotides Biosyntheses: ... pathways specific for plant cells. Some of them show variations in different groups of organisms. The best compilation of all biochemical pathways of plants, animals ...
www.biologie.uni-hamburg.de

Botany online: Physical Chemistry - Mechanisms of Enzyme Catalysis
... Mechanisms of Enzyme Catalysis Enzymes are proteins. Every protein is determined by its amino acid sequence (its primary structure) and its tertiary structure (the three-dimensional folding ... shape of the holoenzyme (= apoenzyme [protein] + coenzyme) causes the substrate selectivity. Atoms or ionized groups of the coenzyme take part in the catalytic reaction. These properties explain, why ...
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Carnivorous Plants Online - Botanical Society of America
... Cameron et al., 2002; Muller et al., 2004). Pitfall traps evolved independently in four plant groups (the eudicot orders Caryophyllales, Oxalidales, Ericales, and the monocot family Bromeliaceae), and sticky traps, ... berteroniana is sometimes described as borderline. The ability to digest prey and absorb the amino acids is considered the real clincher. Carnivory is more widespread than just the plant ...
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BLOOD POISONS
... that they were used in the characterizations of the human blood groups A, B, and O. The lectin is composed of amino acids, and these proteins bind to sugar molecules of glycoproteins ...
www.botgard.ucla.edu

PESTICIDE MODES OF ACTIVITY
... , leading to paralysis. 3 Macrocyclic Lactone and Carbazates Interferes with the gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA) receptors of insect neurons leading to repetitive nervous discharges. ... , benzimidazoles, etc. Interferes with fungal mitosis (normal cell division). There are four groups of mitosis inhibiting chemicals encompassing nine different active ingredients – for example, thiophanate ...
www.chattanoogarose.org

Marin Rose Society - Fertilizing Roses
... t need to be added regularly. These sixteen elements are broken down into four general groups - the essential elements, the macronutrients, the secondary nutrients and the micronutrients. The elements essential to ... the rose without going through any chemical change in the soil. Nitrogen is converted into amino acids that make up the genetic materials DNA and RNA and enzymes that control the ...
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Natural Food - Meat and human evolution
... for nestlings). As is wild herbivore meat (new borns aside), except for the choice muscle groups and the organs. Hunting large animals brought prestige - and therefore was important only for males ... are now called "ugh" or "yuck". Muscle meat by itself may raise levels of an amino acid called 'homocysteine' in the blood, and high levels of homocysteine have been associated with ...
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Plants For A Future - Annuals in the Perennial Garden
... Vegan Organics Perennial Plants Habitat Links New Links Old Links Page Plant Suppliers Databases News Groups and mailing lists UK Orginizations About Us The Book Membership Cornwall Site Devon Site Other ... with the same biological value as milk (most plant proteins are lacking in certain essential amino acids and need to be combined in order to provide a complete protein). The seed ...
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Sacred Earth Newsletter - March 2005
... of Vegas on the water instead of the desert. Or tour groups on a well-beaten track to all kinds of potentially interesting ... made to his interests and on a more manageable scale. Travel in groups of 14 rather than 50 people, stays at charming, small hotels ... .090 Citric 0.009 Succinic 0.007 Fumaric 0.004 Amino Acids (PPM) Phenols 300-960 Amino nitrogens 30-190 Vitamins (micrograms/liter) Niacin (PP) ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... as butterflies and ladybird beetles, have chitin in their wings. Chitin mainly consists of the amino-sugar N-acetyl-D-glucosamine linked together with beta-1,4' linkages, which may be ... tree or cladogram. Cladogram - a graphical representations of the evolutionary divergence of species or related groups of species (clades) from common ancestors. Class - a taxonomic group containing one or more Orders ...
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