By N. J. Chinoy, I. C. Dave, Y. D. Singh, O. P. Saxena, A. V. Vyas (auth.), N. J. Chinoy, I. C. Dave, Y. D. Singh, O. P. Saxena, A. V. Vyas (eds.)
There is a paucity of knowledge at the dynamics of Ascorbic Acid (AA) turnover relating to germination, metabolism, development, differentiation and improvement of a plant and in these present process tension of varied kinds. in presowing remedy of seeds and so on. The turnover of AA performs a tremendous function in the course of the juvenile section of progress of a plant and has an important referring to its next development, improvement and maturation. The important impact of presowing remedy of seed with Ascorbic Acid (AA) + H2 O highlights the validity of the AA-nucleic acid 2 protein metabolism thought of progress and improvement of plan ts. through the process the final 30 years, paintings has been undertaken by means of the writer and his collaborators at the meta bolic drifts of regulatory ingredients in the course of juvenile, vegetative, reproductive and senescent stages. an important of those progress regulatory components was once chanced on to be Ascorbic Acid. The dynamiC function of AA turnover is printed via its regulate of premiums of metabolic techniques in addition to these of enzymic reactions which paves tips on how to "New Genetics".
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WF - White fibres; RF - Red fibres. x 400. , 1969). 4 (2). n M. pectoralis major of pigeon. The red muscle fibres(RF) and their nuclei (N) show a greater deposition of reduced silver granules than the white ones (WF). x 428. , 1969). (iii) When 2 m1 of glutamic acid, cysteine, DL-va1ine, Lmethionine, DL-a1anine, L-1eucine and L-tyrosine (3 mg/m1) each were reacted separately with 3 m1 of reagent A, a milky white ppt was obtained. Similarly, 2 m1 each of glutamic acid and 5% CUS0 4 and 3 m1 of reagent A also yielded a white ppt.
J. et a1 •• 1979). Apart from other factors. +2 and cobalt stimulate the synthesis of L-AA traces of Mn from L-gulonolactone (Sebrell and Harris. , 1968; Kutsky, 1973). 2. ASG in animals The existence of bound ascorbic acid was reported in the liver of the pig by Summerwell and Sealock (1952) but their method was criticiz~d by Lewis et al. (1960). Later. Malakar (1963) found bound AA in goat liver and Chinoy. J. (1978) has reported its presence in several animal tissues by using the DCPIP method of Chinoy et al •• (1976 a).
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