constitution of some bacterial carotenoids and their bearing on biosynthetic problems
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Published by I Kommisjon Hos. F. Bruns Bokhandel in Trondheim .
Written in English

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  • Carotenoids.

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Statementby Synnøve Liaaen Jensen.
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Pagination199 p. :
Number of Pages199
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Open LibraryOL16483067M

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Complete biosynthetic pathway of the C50 carotenoid bacterioruberin from lycopene in the extremely halophilic archaeon Haloarcula japonica. Yang Y(1), Yatsunami R(2), Ando A(1), Miyoko N(1), Fukui T(1), Takaichi S(3), Nakamura S(1). Author information: (1)Department of Bioengineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, by:   Figure 1: C 40 carotenoid biosynthesis branches into a variety of pathways to acyclic and cyclic carotenoids for which biosynthetic genes from bacteria have been cloned (for a Cited by: Jensen SL. Bacterial carotenoids. Aryl-carotenes from Phaeobium. Acta Chem Scand. ; 19 (5)– Pfennig N, Markham MC, Liaaen-Jensen S. Carotenoids of Thiorhodeceae. 8. Isolation and characterization of a Thiothece, Lamprocystis and Thiodictyon strain and their carotenoid pigments. Arch Mikrobiol. ; 62 (2)–Cited by: Buy The constitution of some bacterial carotenoids and their bearing on biosynthetic problems by Synnve Liaaen Jensen (ISBN:) from Amazon’s Book Store. You have chest pain heart problems or an irregular heartbeat If you use the nicotine patch for more than a few weeks or at high doses you could Blurred vision Nicotine withdrawal includes.

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As such, carotenoids are commercially important in agriculture, food, health and the cosmetic industries. In plants, carotenoids are essential components required for photosynthesis, photoprotection and the production of carotenoid-derived phytohormones, including ABA . systems where clusters of genes for carotenoid biosynthesis enzymes were identified by transposon mutagenesis or by functional expression in the bacterium Escherickia coli (reviewed in ref. 2,3). Sequence analysis indicated that homologous genes are significantly conserved among all of the bacterial and fungal species Size: KB. Some carotenoids serve as precursors for vitamin A, which is essential to human and animal diets, and as antioxidants, which play a role in reducing the risk of certain forms of cancer (Olson, ). Citrus is a complex source of carotenoids, with the largest number of carotenoids found in any fruit (Gross, ). Carotenoid concentration and Cited by: The carotenoid biosynthetic pathway serves manifold roles in plants related to photosynthesis, photoprotection, development, stress hormones, and various volatiles and signaling apocarotenoids. The pathway also produces compounds that impact human nutrition and metabolic products that contribute to fragrance and flavor of food and non-food by: