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4-methyleneglutamine in peanut plants: dynamics of formation, levels, and turnover in relation to other free amino acids



4-methyleneglutamine in peanut plants: dynamics of formation, levels, and turnover in relation to other free amino acids



Plant Physiology 68(3): 588-593



4-methyleneglutamic acid and then 4-methyleneglutamine were formed shortly after germination in groundnut; levels of 4-methyleneglutamine reached a peak after 2-10 days and declined slowly thereafter. 4-methyleneglutamine was found in all parts of the mature plant except the pods; it was virtually the only free amino acid in the xylem sap and was considered to act as the principle N carrier.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.68.3.588


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