amino nitrogen

amino nitrogen

[ə′mē·nō ′nī·trə·jən]
(chemistry)
Nitrogen combined with hydrogen in the amino group. Also known as ammonia nitrogen.
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The amino nitrogen in the kerogen of Huadian oil shale is mainly present in two forms: the amide species and the amino species bonded to the aliphatic carbon chains [7].
The benzohydrazide (L) in these complexes depicts monodentate behavior, providing terminal amino nitrogen as a donor atom.
In contrast, primary amino nitrogen (PAN) concentration never reached zero; in fact, a slight increase in PAN was observed in the final stages of all fermentations.
It was expected that supplementation with glutamate in diets with reduced CP would improve the egg weight, based on the greater amount of amino nitrogen available for the synthesis of non-essential amino acids (NEAA), sparing the essential amino acids (EAA) for protein synthesis in the animal organism.
Total free amino nitrogen (the sum of total amino acids but proline) is usually used as a quality indicator of musts since low rates imply fermentation problems due to insufficient nutritional reserves of yeasts which may promote sluggish/protracted fermentation (HERBERT et al.
This step provides the amino nitrogen needed for the production of alanine from pyruvate.
1) is much lower than that of the free metal ion indicating Glutamic acid may bind the metal ion in a tridentate manner, through the amino nitrogen and two carboxylato oxygen atoms.
The diamine is the nucleophilic reagent, the larger the charge density of the amino nitrogen the quicker of the reaction rate, and the reactivity of diamine is larger [27, 28].
420]) at pH 4, 7, and 9, color (at pH 7) at 1% impurity, and total amino nitrogen (TAN) for four N rates for Exp.
Amino nitrogen in the blood was measured according to the Uzbeckova method as modified by Chulkova.