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BONCQUET1 noticed increased production of ammonia in curly top of beets and in tobacco mosaic and traced it to the presence of denitrifying organisms occurring in association with the diseased plants. Jodidi and co-workers observed similar increase in spinach blight2, spinach mosaic3 and cabbage mosaic4 and attributed it to denitrification since there was diminution in total nitrogen. The latter authors indicated the possible formation of hydroxy acids, but did not study the related acid metabolism.
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|Date Deposited:||05 Dec 2008 10:28|
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