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Factors Affecting Vesicle Formation And Acetylene Reduction (nitrogenase Activity) In Frankia Sp. CpI1.

J. Tjepkema, W. Ormerod, J. Torrey
Published 1981 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Vesicle formation and acetylene reduction (nitrogenase activity) were observed when washed hyphae from cultures of Frankia sp. CpI1 were transferred to a nitrogen-free medium containing ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid and succinate. Succinate could be replaced by malate or fumarate, but not other carbon sources. Maximum acetylene reduction and vesicle numbers were observed at a pH of 6.0-6.5, at 25-30 degrees Centigrade, and at atmos pheric Po2 or somewhat less (5-20 kPa). Addition of 1 mM NH4Cl almost completely inhibited vesicle formation and acetylene-reducing activity, but did not immediately inhibit such reducing activity by cultures with preexisting vesicles. Acetylene-reducing activity was never observed in the absence of vesicle formation.
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