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Molybdenum in relation to nitrogen metabolism. II. Assimilation of ammonia and urea without molybdenum by Scenedesmus



Molybdenum in relation to nitrogen metabolism. II. Assimilation of ammonia and urea without molybdenum by Scenedesmus



Physiol Plantarum 8(3): 552-560



Mo was found to be essential for growth, N assimilation, and chlorophyll formation by Scenedesmus obliquus only when this alga was grown with nitrate N. The requirement for Mo was absent when nitrate was replaced by urea or ammonium carbonate.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1955.tb07751.x



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