Biological and environmental chemistry of DMSP and related sulfonium compounds / edited by Ronald P. Kiene [and others].

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Book
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English
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New York : Plenum Press, ©1996.
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ix, 430 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : illustrations (some color), maps ; 26 cm

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"Proceedings of the First International Symposium on DMSP and Related Sulfonium Compounds, held June 5-8, 1995, in Mobile, Alabama"--T.p. verso.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • 1. 30 Years of Research on Dimethylsulfoniopriopionate / Y. Ishida
  • 2. Chemical and Biochemical Properties of Sulfonium Compounds / A.J.L. Cooper
  • 3. Characterization of 3-Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) and Its Analogs with Mass Spectrometry / D.A. Gage and A.D. Hanson
  • 4. NMR Spectroscopy as a Probe for DMSP and Glycine Betaine in Phytoplankton Cells / C.J. Macdonald, R. Little, G.R. Moore and G. Malin
  • 5. Determination of DMSP and Other Onium Compounds in Tetraselmis subcordiformis by Plasma Desorption Mass Spectrometry / E.B. Sheets and D. Rhodes
  • 6. An Alternative Approach to the Measurement of [beta]-Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) and Other Precursors of Dimethylsulfide / A.G. Howard and D.W. Russell
  • 7. 3-Dimethylsulfoniopropionate Biosynthesis and Use by Flowering Plants / A.D. Hanson and D.A. Gage
  • 8. Effects of Sulfide on Growth and Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) Concentration in Spartina alterniflora / J.T. Morris, C. Haley and R. Krest
  • 9. Biosynthesis of Dimethylsulfoniopropionate in Crypthecodinium and cohnii (Dinophyceae) / A. Uchida, T. Ooguri, I. Ishida, H. Kitaguchi and Y. Ishida
  • 10. Biosynthetic Pathways for Phosphatidylsulfocholine, the Sulfonium Analogue of Phosphatidylcholine, in Diatoms / M. Kates and B.E. Volcani
  • 11. Osmotic Adjustment in Phytoplankton and Macroalgae / G.O. Kirst
  • 12. Physiological Aspects of the Production of Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) by Marine Phytoplankton / M.D. Keller and W. Korjeff-Bellows
  • 13. Dimethylsulfoniopropionate Production in Phototrophic Organisms and Its Physiological Function as a Cryoprotectant / U. Karsten, K. Kuck, C. Vogt and G.O. Kirst
  • 14. The Determination of DMSP in Marine Algae and Salt Marsh Plants / D.W. Russell and A.G. Howard.
  • 15. Effects of DMSP and Related Compounds on Behavior, Growth and Stress Resistance of Fish, Amphibians and Crustaceans / K. Nakajima
  • 16. The Role of DMSP and DMS in the Global Sulfur Cycle and Climate Regulation / G. Malin
  • 17. Origin and Importance of Picoplanktonic DMSP / M. Corn, S. Belviso, F. Partensky, N. Simon and U. Christaki
  • 18. Studies of DMS+DMSP and Its Relationship with the Phytoplanktonic Populations in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea / C. Vassilakos, L. Ignatiades, R. Kwint and C. Kozanoglou
  • 19. Acrylate and Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) Concentrations during an Antarctic Phytoplankton Bloom / J.A.E. Gibson, K.M. Swadling and H.R. Burton
  • 20. Particulate Dimethylsulfoniopropionate Removal and Dimethylsulfide Production by Zooplantkon in the Southern Ocean / K.L. Daly and G.R. DiTullio
  • 21. Copepods and DMSP / R.L.J. Kwint, X. Irigoien and K.J.M. Kramer
  • 22. Osmoregulation in Bacteria and Transport of Onium Compounds / D. Le Rudulier, J.-A. Pocard, E. Boncompagni and M.C. Poggi
  • 23. Metabolic Pathways Involved in DMSP Degradation / B.F. Taylor and P.T. Visscher
  • 24. Accumulation of Dissolved DMSP by Marine Bacteria and Its Degradation via Bacterivory / G.V. Wolfe
  • 25. N-Terminal Amino Acid Sequences and Comparison of DMSP Lyases from Pseudomonas doudoroffii and Alcaligenes Strain M3A / M.P. de Souza and D.C. Yoch
  • 26. Intriguing Functionality of the Production and Converion of DMSP in Phaeocystis sp / J. Stefels, W.W.C. Gieskes and L. Dijkhuizen
  • 27. DMSP Lyase in Marine Macro- and Microalgae / M. Steinke, C. Daniel and G.O. Kirst
  • 28. Kinetics of DMSP-Lyase Activity in Coastal Seawater / K.M. Ledyard and J.W.H. Dacey
  • 29. Turnover of Dissolved DMSP in Estuarine and Shelf Waters of the Northern Gulf of Mexico / R.P. Kiene.
  • 30. Anaerobic Microorganisms Involved in the Degradation of DMS(P) / M.J.E.C. van der Maarel and T.A. Hansen
  • 31. Dimethylsulfoniopropionate as a Potential Methanogenic Substrate in Mono Lake Sediments / P.T. Visscher, J.R. Guidetti, C.W. Culbertson and R.S. Oremland
  • 32. The Role of Oxygenic Phototrophic Microorganisms in Production and Conversion of Dimethylsulfoniopropionate and Dimethylsulfide in Microbial Mats / S.A. van Bergeijk and L.J. Stal
  • 33. Production of Dimethylsulfide after Deposition of Increasing Amounts of Emiliania huxleyi onto Sediments in Marine Microcosms / R. Osinga, J.J. Minnaard, W.E. Lewis and F.C. van Duyl
  • 34. DMSP, DMS and DMSO Concentrations and Temporal Trends in Marine Surface Waters at Leigh, New Zealand / P.A. Lee and S.J. de Mora
  • 35. DMSO: A Significant Compound in the Biogeochemical Cycle of DMS / A.D. Hatton, G. Malin, S.M. Turner and P.S. Liss
  • 36. Aerobic DMS Degradation in Microbial Mats / J.M.M. de Zwart and J. Gijs Kuenen.
ISBN
  • 0306453061
  • 9780306453069
  • 1461380243
  • 9781461380245
LCCN
96021632
OCLC
34742402
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