phosphomonoesterase


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phosphomonoesterase

(1) Alkaline phosphatase, EC 3.1.3.1.
(2) Acid phosphatase, EC 3.1.3.2.
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The activity of alkaline phosphomonoesterase in the rhizospher was significantly influenced by the genotypes and endophyte status (Table 1).
This is in particular noteworthy that the lower responses of the arylsulfatase activity in FaC genotype is coincided with lower responses of arginine ammonification and alkaline phosphomonoesterase activity in the FaC.
Induction of cold active phosphomonoesterase activity at low temperature in psychrotrophic ectomycorrhizal Hebeloma spp.
Singh J, Singh DK (2005) Dehydrogenase and phosphomonoesterase activities in groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.
2000), Reduced bacterial and soil algal Australia populations, but may have (contaminated site) increased fungal counts Singh and Singh Significant increase in (2005), India dehydrogenase activity and decrease in alkaline phosphomonoesterase for up to 30 days following treatment Martikainen et al.
For example, decomposition of crop residues increased C and N contents and dehydrogenase, acid phosphomonoesterase, and urease activities (Alvear et al.
Fornasier F, Margon A (2007) Bovine serum albumin and Triton X-100 greatly increase phosphomonoesterases and arylsulphatase extraction yield from soil.
1969 "Determination of phosphate and phosphomonoesterases in biologic materials, " Am.