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By Jacques V. Metzger

The Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds, considering its inception, has been famous as a cornerstone of heterocyclic chemistry. each one quantity makes an attempt to debate all features – homes, synthesis, reactions, physiological and business importance – of a particular ring procedure. to maintain the sequence updated, supplementary volumes masking the new literature on each one person ring approach were released. Many ring platforms (such as pyridines and oxazoles) are taken care of in particular books, each one which includes separate volumes or components facing varied person themes. With all authors are famous professionals, the Chemistry of Heterocyclic Chemistry is taken into account around the world because the necessary source for natural, bioorganic, and medicinal chemists.

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7 ) ] . This reaction is mediated by the enzyme phosphoribulokinase (Hurwitz et al, 1956). 4. 003%. Since P G A is a product of the carboxylation reaction, it was expected that its concentration would fall. This is exactly what happened. A t the same time, the concentration of ribulose diphosphate rose rapidly and then fell. This behavior is to be expected if ribulose diphosphate is a substrate for the carboxylation reaction, since lowering the C 0 pressure will stop the reaction which uses up RuDP.

The separation and identification of the minute amounts of radioactive organic compounds formed by photosynthesis with C 0 was a difficult analytical problem. , 1950). In this method, after the plant has photosynthesized organic compounds from C 0 , it is killed and the soluble compounds are extracted with such solvents as alcohol and water. Then one removes the excess solvent by 1 4 2 1 4 2 PHOTOSYNTHESIS 33 evaporation and dries the concentrated extracts on a large sheet of filter paper near the corner.

Transketolase catalyzes a reaction [Eq. ( 1 9 ) ] between thiamine pyrophosphate and sedoheptulose-7-phosphate to produce thiamine pyrophosphate-glycolaldehyde and a five-carbon compound, ribose-5-phosphate ( X I ) , labeled in carbon atoms 1, 2, and 3. Phosphoribose isomerase (Axelrod and Jang, 1954) converts this compound to ribulose-5-phosphate ( I ) [Eq. ( 2 0 ) ] . The two molecules of thiamine pyrophosphate-glycolaldehyde produced by Eq. ( 1 6 ) and ( 1 9 ) could react with any of the aldose monophosphates mentioned so far.

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