molybdenum transport in plants and animals

molybdenum transport in plants and animals

Molybdenum transport in plants and animals - IMOA

Molybdenum transport as molybdate and comparison with sulfate. Preventing extracellular uptake by complexing. It is likely that molybdenum is taken up and transported in plants and animals in the form of the simple molybdate ion [MoO 4] 2-. In sheep [Scaife, 1956] molybdenum in the blood and urine is readily dialysable and is entirely anionic.

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The Role of Molybdenum in Agricultural Plant Production

2005-7-20 · Molybdenum is a trace element found in the soil and is required for growth of most biological organisms including plants and animals. Molybdenum is a transition element, which can exist in several oxidation states ranging from zero to VI, where VI is the most

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Molybdenum-phosphate retention and transport in soils ...

2017-12-15 · Molybdenum (Mo) is an essential trace element for both plants and animals and its estimated abundance in the soil environment is in the range of 0.05–40 mg/kg (Das et al., 2007, Aydin et al., 2012). Mo deficiencies have been widely reported for several crops in different parts of the world.

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Molybdenum in Soils, Plants, and Animals - ScienceDirect

1981-1-1 · MOLYBDENUM IN SOILS, PLANTS, AND ANIMALS 97 The effect of P in increasing the concentration of Mo in plants has been reported to be associated with the stimulating effect of Po43- on the uptake ions of Mo due to the formation of a complex phosphomolybdate anion, which is absorbed more readily by the plants (Barshad, 1951).

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Molybdenum - uwyo.edu

2021-6-18 · 5 Molybdenum lium via the same carrier-mediated transport mechanism that transports sulfate (SO 4).230 The administration of SO 4 to monogastric animals consuming a Mo-rich diet de-creases blood Mo concentration and increases excretion, potentially alleviating toxicity.230-234 Interestingly, dietary S increases the toxicity of Mo in ruminants ...

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Cell biology of molybdenum in plants and humans ...

2012-9-1 · 1. Introduction. Molybdenum (Mo) occurs in a wide range of metalloenzymes in bacteria, archaea, fungi, algae, plants and animals where it forms part of the active sites of these enzymes. However, in order to gain biological activity Mo requires the coordination by a pyranopterin, thus forming a prosthetic group named molybdenum cofactor (Moco).

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Cell biology of molybdenum in plants | SpringerLink

2011-6-10 · The transition element molybdenum (Mo) occurs in a wide range of metalloenzymes in bacteria, fungi, algae, plants and animals where it forms part of the active centers of these enzymes (for reviews see Schwarz and Mendel 2006; Bittner and Mendel 2010).In order to gain biological activity, Mo has to be complexed by a pterin compound thereby forming the prosthetic group named molybdenum

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Roles of Molybdenum in Plants and Improvement of Its ...

2018-1-1 · Molybdenum is present in soils at amounts high enough (0.2-6.0 mg Kg − 1) to support its needs in plants where it appears as one of the scarcest transition elements (He et al., 2005, Kaiser et al., 2005). Plants take up Mo as the anion molybdate (MoO 4 2 −), which is the major soluble form present in soils (Gupta, 1997).

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Biology of the molybdenum cofactor | Journal of ...

2007-3-9 · Introduction. The transition element molybdenum (Mo) is an essential micronutrient for plants, animals, and most micro-organisms (Sigel and Sigel, 2002).In soils, the molybdate anion is the only form of Mo that is available for plants and bacteria (Stiefel, 2002).To this end, more than 50 enzymes are known to contain Mo and most of them occur in bacteria, while in plants only four were found ...

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(PDF) Molybdenum complexes: Structure, properties and ...

Molybdenum is ubiquitous and plays a complex role in the environment. It is a cofactor of enzymes which are essential in plants and animals, such as nitrogenase, nitrate reductase, sulfite oxidase ...

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Molybdenum in Soils, Plants, and Animals - ScienceDirect

1981-1-1 · MOLYBDENUM IN SOILS, PLANTS, AND ANIMALS 97 The effect of P in increasing the concentration of Mo in plants has been reported to be associated with the stimulating effect of Po43- on the uptake ions of Mo due to the formation of a complex phosphomolybdate anion, which is absorbed more readily by the plants (Barshad, 1951).

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Roles of Molybdenum in Plants and Improvement of Its ...

2018-1-1 · Molybdenum is present in soils at amounts high enough (0.2-6.0 mg Kg − 1) to support its needs in plants where it appears as one of the scarcest transition elements (He et al., 2005, Kaiser et al., 2005). Plants take up Mo as the anion molybdate (MoO 4 2 −), which is the major soluble form present in soils (Gupta, 1997).

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[PDF] Studies on molybdenum absorption and transport in ...

The patterns of molybdenum (MoO(4) (2-)) absorption and transport were investigated in intact bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and rice (Oryza sativa L. cv. I.R.8) plants. The mobility of MoO(4) (2-) absorbed by roots and by leaves was compared with that of a freely mobile element, Rb(+). Although MoO(4) (2-) absorption by bean roots was nearly as high as that of Rb(+), its transport to the shoot ...

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Cell biology of molybdenum in plants and humans ...

2012-9-1 · 1. Introduction. Molybdenum (Mo) occurs in a wide range of metalloenzymes in bacteria, archaea, fungi, algae, plants and animals where it forms part of the active sites of these enzymes. However, in order to gain biological activity Mo requires the coordination by a pyranopterin, thus forming a prosthetic group named molybdenum cofactor (Moco).

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Molybdenum-phosphate retention and transport in soils ...

2017-12-15 · Molybdenum (Mo) is an essential trace element for both plants and animals and its estimated abundance in the soil environment is in the range of 0.05–40 mg/kg (Das et al., 2007, Aydin et al., 2012). Mo deficiencies have been widely reported for several crops in different parts of the world.

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Molybdenum - uwyo.edu

2021-6-18 · 5 Molybdenum lium via the same carrier-mediated transport mechanism that transports sulfate (SO 4).230 The administration of SO 4 to monogastric animals consuming a Mo-rich diet de-creases blood Mo concentration and increases excretion, potentially alleviating toxicity.230-234 Interestingly, dietary S increases the toxicity of Mo in ruminants ...

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(PDF) Molybdenum complexes: Structure, properties and ...

Molybdenum is ubiquitous and plays a complex role in the environment. It is a cofactor of enzymes which are essential in plants and animals, such as nitrogenase, nitrate reductase, sulfite oxidase ...

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Cell biology of molybdenum in plants | SpringerLink

2011-6-10 · The transition element molybdenum (Mo) occurs in a wide range of metalloenzymes in bacteria, fungi, algae, plants and animals where it forms part of the active centers of these enzymes (for reviews see Schwarz and Mendel 2006; Bittner and Mendel 2010).In order to gain biological activity, Mo has to be complexed by a pterin compound thereby forming the prosthetic group named molybdenum

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Biology of the molybdenum cofactor | Journal of ...

2007-3-9 · Introduction. The transition element molybdenum (Mo) is an essential micronutrient for plants, animals, and most micro-organisms (Sigel and Sigel, 2002).In soils, the molybdate anion is the only form of Mo that is available for plants and bacteria (Stiefel, 2002).To this end, more than 50 enzymes are known to contain Mo and most of them occur in bacteria, while in plants only four were found ...

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(PDF) The Role of Molybdenum in Agricultural Plant

The role of cobalt (Co) and molybdenum (Mo) in the growth and development of plants is disproportionate with respect to the minimal amounts needed by the plants. Both Co and Mo serve as beneficial ...

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(PDF) Molybdenum complexes: Structure, properties and ...

Molybdenum is ubiquitous and plays a complex role in the environment. It is a cofactor of enzymes which are essential in plants and animals, such as nitrogenase, nitrate reductase, sulfite oxidase ...

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Biology of the molybdenum cofactor | Journal of ...

2007-3-9 · Introduction. The transition element molybdenum (Mo) is an essential micronutrient for plants, animals, and most micro-organisms (Sigel and Sigel, 2002).In soils, the molybdate anion is the only form of Mo that is available for plants and bacteria (Stiefel, 2002).To this end, more than 50 enzymes are known to contain Mo and most of them occur in bacteria, while in plants only four were found ...

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The Involvement of Molybdenum in Life

Current review articles about the molybdenum in plants, prokaryotes and animals have shown the wide-ranging literature on formation and regulation of Moco and its activity with molybdenum ...

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IJMS | Free Full-Text | Can Selenium and Molybdenum ...

Cadmium (Cd) is highly toxic, even at very low concentrations, to both animals and plants. Pollen is extremely sensitive to heavy metal pollutants; however, less attention has been paid to the protection of this vital part under heavy metal stress. A pot experiment was designed to investigate the effect of foliar application of Se (1 mg/L) and Mo (0.3 mg/L) either alone or in combination on ...

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Molybdenum, Mo | SpringerLink

2019-3-2 · Molybdenum in plants, animals, and humans occurs in small quantities; however, being an essential element, the metal is a component of a range of enzymes. In animals and humans, these are xanthine oxidase, aldehyde oxidase, and sulfite oxidase.

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The Role of Molybdenum in Agricultural Plant Production

transport, nitrogen fixation, nitrogen metabolism, plant nutrition. INTRODUCTION Molybdenum is a trace element found in the soil and is required for growth of most biological organisms including plants and animals. Molybdenum is a transition element, which can exist in

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Algae and humans share a molybdate transporter

teins probably related to molybdate transport. Our results open the way toward the understanding of molybdate transport as part of molybdenum homeostasis and Moco biosynthesis in animals. molybdenum metabolism ∣ molybdate resistance ∣ molybdenum homeostasis Molybdenum is an essential micronutrient for most living beings, from bacteria to ...

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Evaluation of the potential effects of soil properties on ...

2015-3-11 · Purpose Molybdenum (Mo) is an essential element critical to biochemical processes in plants and animals. The effects of soil properties on the availability of Mo to rice were investigated. Materials and methods A total of 56 paired samples of topsoil and rice were collected. Relevant parameters in soil and Mo in rice grains were measured, and the results were analyzed using statistical methods ...

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A high-affinity molybdate transporter in eukaryotes | PNAS

2007-12-11 · Molybdenum is an essential element for almost all living beings, which, in the form of a molybdopterin-cofactor, participates in the active site of enzymes involved in key reactions of carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur metabolism. This metal is taken up by cells in form of the oxyanion molybdate. Bacteria acquire molybdate by an ATP-binding-cassette (ABC) transport system in a widely studied ...

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Algae and humans share a molybdate transporter

2011-4-19 · Molybdenum is an essential micronutrient for most living beings, from bacteria to animals ().Mo is biologically inactive by itself, but in the form of molybdopterin-cofactor (Moco) it plays a role in the active site of more than 50 enzymes ().Eukaryotic Mo enzymes are involved in key steps of carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen metabolisms, such as sulfite detoxification (sulfite oxidase), purine ...

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