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Free amino acids in cultured higher marine fungi

James E. Peters

Free amino acids in cultured higher marine fungi

by James E. Peters

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine fungi.

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    Statementby James E. Peters.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[9], 76 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages76
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    Open LibraryOL14238926M

    Nevertheless, isotopically labeled precursor amino acids, Glu, Pro, Orn, Asp, and Hse, are readily taken up by N. uncinatum in minimal medium culture and incorporated into lolines (Blankenship et al., ; Faulkner et al., ). Thus, the LA biosynthetic pathway makes use of free amino acids that are specifically mobilized to younger plant.   Most αCAs harbor one typical CA domain, however, in the longest protein αCA15 (and Pu-αCA11) that is of length amino acids, four CA .

      (D) Conidia of PH-1, ΔFgIlv and ΔFgIlvC harvested from MBL were re-suspended in 2% sucrose solution and cultured at 25 °C for 4 h and 6 h with or without addition of amino acids. The inclusion of fungal-like organisms in marine mycology books may in part be due to how recently the taxonomy of marine fungi has been revised, many of the scientist active today came up under the old system of higher and lower marine fungi. The slow pace at which the fundamental research of marine fungi has progressed can be explained by how.

    Lichenized fungi contain many of the fatty acids commonly found in higher plants [] and in marine natural products []. concurrent reductions occurred in levels of free amino acids in. Role of amino acids for synthesis of proteins and nucleic acids in plants. Protein is a polymer or a complex of polymers of 20 amino acids in higher plants and plays an essential role on metabolism as enzymes, storage proteins, and structure components of the cells.


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Free amino acids in cultured higher marine fungi by James E. Peters Download PDF EPUB FB2

Free amino acids in cultured higher marine fungi Public Deposited. it may have chemotaxonomical value in delineating obligate marine fungi from terrestrial forms. The detection of hydroxyproline was considered in light of the experimental procedures employed.

The use of water as the extracting solvent, a long extraction period (48 hours Author: James E. Peters. Free amino acids in cultured higher marine fungi. Abstract. Graduation date: The free amino acid content of the intracellular pools in higher\ud marine fungi was determined by thin-layer and gas-liquid chromatography.\ud The organisms investigated include:\ud Ascomycetes; Nais inornata, Leptosphaeria oraemaris, Corollospora\ud.

THE nature and amounts of free amino-acids in higher plants are becoming relatively well known since the advent of paper chromatography. However, few investigations of amino-acids Cited by: The young leaves of green tea become lighter in color than usual when protected from sunlight by a shading net for about two weeks while growing.

These leaves are called “shaded white leaf tea” or SWLT. In the eluate of SWLT, the amount of amino acids ( mg/L) was significantly higher than that in regular tea ( mg/L). Since theanine and arginine, the first and second most abundant. A multiplicity of compounds from marine and marine bacteria and fungi such as polyketides, alkaloids, peptides, proteins, lipids, mycosporines and mycosporine-like amino acids, glycosides, isoprenoids and hybrids have great potential in cosmeceutical and cosmetics since they exhibit photo-protective, anti-aging, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant and moisturizing activities [7,14].Cited by:   Free amino acids profiles of cultured and wild sea bass are listed in Table 5.

Cultured sea bass showed higher levels of glutamic acid, glycine, histidine, and alanine, and lower levels of serine, arginine, taurine, and methionine than wild sea bass.

Therefore, production of free amino acids during the incubations should be only a very small fraction of that was added and was not accounted when calculating the consumption of amino acids.

It was indicated that viral lysis of bacteria is an important source of dissolved amino acids isomers (Middelboe and Jørgensen, ). It was determined that 10H2DA increases the free amino acids in the stratum corneum of the cultured human epidermis model, and that it increased FLG on both the mRNA and protein levels.

On the other hand, these actions are not observed by treatment of 10HDAA. The mRNA and protein level of AQP3 did not increase with 10H2DA or 10HDAA use. Mycosporine-Like Amino Acids.

Mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs) were first discovered in fungi, associated with a physiological role in light-stimulated sporulation. Ina direct effect as a photo-protectant was made evident by the compound’s ability to block photons.

Amino acids were detected at / nm for fluorenylmethoxycarbonyl derivates and at nm for o-phthalaldehyde derivates. The final amino acid concentration was quantified using an internal standard calibration. The standard deviation associated with the measurement of amino acid concentration was 4.

Introduction. Natural products from marine organisms have attracted increasing research interest in recent years [1,2].The number of newly reported marine compounds increased steadily over the last decades up to almost new compounds described between and [].A wide variety of products from marine algae are of high actual or potential economic impact.

It has been documented to a lesser extent in algae, bacteria, fungi and some higher plants (,7 – 10). This free amino acid has a role in a variety of physiologic processes in animals, including conjugation of bile acids, maintaining normal retinal and myocardial function, osmoregulation and modulation of calcium flux within cells as well as.

The δ 15 N values of amino acids in the microbe cells cultured in the ammonium media (E. coli, S. cerevisiae, and M. thermoautotrophicus) are summarized in Supplementary Table δ 15 N, TP Glu/Phe, and ΣV values of each sample are also shown in Supplementary Table calculated ε x/Glu values of each microbial species are shown in Fig.

1 and Table 1. Shrimp cultured in sea water had a higher content of crude protein, lower moisture, and a higher flesh pH compared to the low salinity samples (Pfree amino acid composition of muscle extracts and the amino acid composition of peptides from shrimp cultured in sea.

Organisms have different adaptations to avoid damage from ultraviolet radiation and one such adaptation is the accumulation of mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs). These compounds are common in aquatic taxa but a comprehensive review is lacking on their distribution and function in zooplankton.

This paper shows that zooplankton MAA concentrations range from non-detectable to ~13 µg mgDW. amino acid than the roots with mycorrhizae at all concentrations.

In nature, it is likely that most free amino acids in soils are taken up by microorganisms (including fungi) or become hidden in soil micropores, leaving plants starved of free amino acid. Concentrations must be chosen with. Fungal microorganisms, including the human pathogenic yeast and filamentous fungi, are able to synthesize all proteinogenic amino acids, including nine that are essential for humans.

A number of enzymes catalyzing particular steps of human-essential amino acid biosynthesis are fungi specific. Numerous studies have shown that auxotrophic mutants of human pathogenic fungi impaired in.

Effects of Free Fatty Acids with Different Chain Lengths and Degrees of Saturability on the Milk Fat Synthesis in Primary Cultured Bovine Mammary Epithelial Cells Improving Lipidomic Coverage Using UPLC-ESI-Q-TOF-MS for Marine Shellfish by Optimizing the Mobile Phase and Resuspension Solvents Gradients of Gluten Proteins and Free Amino.

CHATTAWAY FW, TOOTHILL C, BARLOW AJ. The amino acid metabolism of Microsporum canis. J Gen Microbiol. Sep; – CLOSE R. Free amino-acids of some fungi. Nature. Feb 27; – FUERST R, WAGNER RP. An analysis of the free intracellular amino acids of certain strains of Neurospora.

Arch Biochem Biophys. Amino acids incorporated in fish protein are α-amino acids, with the exception of proline, which is an imino acid. The terms indispensable (essential) and dispensable (nonessential) are widely used to classify the nutritional importance of amino acids in fish. The 10 essential or indispensable amino acids are arginine, histidine, isoleucine.

Factors affecting amino acid uptake by the ectomycorrhizal fungus Paxillus involutus were investigated using tracer kinetic experiments. Amino acid uptake by P. involutus was dependent on the pH of the incubation medium.

Uptake of l-glutamate and l-glutamine had a distinct pH optimum around pH 40 and declined sharply between pH 45 and 6 of alanine and aspartate was. Those nonprotein amino acids found in food and fodder plants and known to be toxic to man and domestic animals are described. These include toxins from many legume genera including Lathyrus, from other higher plant families, from seaweeds, and from fungi.

Some inhibit protein synthesis, while others are incorporated into proteins with toxic effects.Oka, Y., T. Ogawa, and K. Sasaoka: First Evidence for the Occurrence of N-Acetyl-L-ornithine and Quantitation of the Free Amino Acids in the Cultured Mushroom, Pleurotus ostreatus.

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