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Myo-inositol catabolism by Rhizobium in soil: HPLC and enzymatic studies

Author:
Wood, M.   Stanway, A.P.  


Journal:
Soil Biology & Biochemistry


Issue Date:
2001


Abstract(summary):

Rhizobium loti strain NZP 2037 and R. fredii strain USDA 217 were grown in yeast-extract media containing different sugars and polyols, and the activities of several polyol dehydrogenases were measured. The specific activities of mannitol dehydrogenase and inositol dehydrogenase were greatest in mannitol-grown cells and inositol-grown cells, respectively. Inositol dehydrogenase activity was very low or absent in cells grown in all other polyols or sugars, indicating that inositol dehydrogenase is induced in response to the presence of inositol, but not other polyols or sugars.


Page:
375-379


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