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- n. A radical derived from succinic acid
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- n. A hypothetical radical characteristic of succinic acid and certain of its derivatives.
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Lastly, this is the simplest transition yet disclosed from the succinyl to furfural grouping, being effected by a regulated proportion of oxygen, and under conditions of reaction which may be described as of the mildest.
These include subunits of pyruvate synthase, aconitate hydratase, and succinyl-CoA synthetase.
In fact, transgenic plants exhibiting decreased expression of the succinyl CoA ligase present a mild phenotype and slightly reduced rates of respiration; in these plants, GAD activities are increased and the production rate of succinate derived from the GABA-shunt is elevated, thus compensating the deficiency of succinate production by the TCA cycle The GABA shunt metabolic pathway and the pop2 mutants.
, a metabolic pathway that bypasses two successive steps of the tricarboxylic acid cycle catalyzed by α-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase and succinyl CoA ligase.
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