phosphomonoesterase


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phosphomonoesterase

[¦fäs·fō‚män·ō′es·tə‚rās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme catalyzing hydrolysis of phosphoric acid esters containing one ester linkage.
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The report provides comprehensive information on the Alkaline Phosphatase (ALKP or Phosphomonoesterase or Glycerophosphatase or Alkaline Phosphohydrolase or EC 3.
Phosphomonoesterases (acid and alkaline phosphatase) activity in soil determines the enzymatic hydrolysis of pnitrophenyl phosphate to p-nitrophenol which was extracted by Ca[Cl.
The activity of alkaline phosphomonoesterase in the rhizospher was significantly influenced by the genotypes and endophyte status (Table 1).
Induction of cold active phosphomonoesterase activity at low temperature in psychrotrophic ectomycorrhizal Hebeloma spp.
Among the soil phosphatases, phosphomonoesterases and to lesser extent phosphodiesterases, have been the most widely studied.
Mechanism of action of non specific phosphomonoesterase from potatoes.
Colvan SR, Syers JK, O'Donnell AG (2001) Effect of long-term fertiliser use on acid and alkaline phosphomonoesterase and phosphodiesterase activities in managed grassland.
Acid phosphomonoesterase activity in soils under savanna vegetation of Venezuela.
Acid phosphomonoesterase activity was determined according to the method of Tabatabai and Bremner (1969), with minor modification.
2) belongs to hydrolase class which catalyzes the hydrolysis of phosphomonoesterases in acidic pH [1].
As large biological molecules, the phosphomonoesterases are indeed solid, giving this word the additional distinction of being the longest solid compound which can be spelled using solid element symbols.
Effects of different insecticides on the activity of phosphomonoesterases present in Pakilocerus pictus egg.