Iron Deficiency Responses of Plants are Regulated by Enhanced Sulfur Metabolism via an RNA Metabolism Regulator CPL1



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Kazan, Hasan Huseyin; Urfali-Mamatoglu, Cagri; Gündüz, Ufuk (2017-10-01)
Iron is an essential inorganic element for various cellular events. It is directly associated with cell proliferation and growth; therefore, it is expected that iron metabolism is altered in tumor cells which usually have rapid growth rates. The studies on iron metabolism of tumor cells have shown that tumor cells necessitated higher concentrations of iron and the genes of iron uptake proteins were highly over-expressed. However, there are limited number of studies on overall iron metabolism in drug-resista...
Iron Uptake Mechanisms from the Rhizosphere in Plants
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We report seawater dissolution experiments for aerosol samples simultaneously collected (October 2007) across the Levantine Basin (LB, Eastern Mediterranean Sea), a marine system influenced by seasonal atmospheric inputs. Two distinct populations exhibited contrasting kinetic profiles; those representative of strong Saharan dust events which had variable iron release profiles with a maximum solubility of 0.94 +/- 1.48% (1 s.d.) whereas those which had a relatively greater anthropogenic influence had consist...
Iron Oxide-(Copper±Gold) Mineralisation in the Turkish Tethyan Collage
Kuşcu, İlkay; Yılmazer, Erkan; Demirala, Gökhan; Gençalioğlu Kuşcu, Gonca; Güleç, Nilgün Türkan ( PGC, 2010-01-01)
Iron oxide-copper-gold mineralisation within the Turkish Tethyan collage defines a group of diverse, epigenetic Cu-Au deposits. As a part of the Tethyan collage, Turkey hosts several IOCG deposits formed in post-collisional, late orogenic, extensional settings, related to subduction of NeoTethyan oceanic crust beneath the Eurasian plate during late Cretaceous to Miocene time. Research on these deposits in Turkey has revealed that some of the iron-oxide mineralisation occurs in metasomatised magmatic rocks ...
Iron(III) ion removal from solution through adsorption on chitosan
Burke, A; Yilmaz, E; Hasırcı, Nesrin; Yilmaz, O (2002-05-09)
The potential of different forms of chitosan to adsorb iron(III) ion from a Jectofer [an iron(III)-sorbitol-citric acid complex] solution was investigated. The working solution was chosen as Jectofer, to mimic the composition of excess iron(III) as may be found in biological systems. The equilibrium studies showed that chitosan powder has the highest sorption capacity for the iron(III) ion when compared to chitosan flakes and microspheres. The amount of iron(III) adsorbed onto chitosan was found to increase...
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E. Aksoy, “Iron Deficiency Responses of Plants are Regulated by Enhanced Sulfur Metabolism via an RNA Metabolism Regulator CPL1,” presented at the 18. ULUSAL BİYOTEKNOLOJİ KONGRESİ, Konya, Türkiye, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: