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Primary amination mechanisms in intact Pinto bean leaves with an increase in the glycine level

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Detached leaves of Pinto bean plants grown in a soil poor in nitrate were infiltrated with KNO3 solution, then placed in the dark. Changes in time of the levels of free cysteine, lysine, asparagic acid + asparagine, glutamic acid + glutamine,
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