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Redox metabolism and longevity relationships in animals and plants

Redox metabolism and longevity relationships in animals and plants

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Published by Taylor & Francis Group in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals -- Longevity,
  • Plants -- Longevity,
  • Oxidation-reduction reaction,
  • Energy metabolism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by Christine H. Foyer, Richard Faragher, Paul J. Thornalley.
    SeriesSEB experimental biology series -- 62
    ContributionsFoyer, Christine H., Faragher, Richard., Thornalley, Paul J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP85 .R44 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22528295M
    ISBN 109780415419543
    LC Control Number2008038761

      The above reaction is called the Fenton reaction, after its discoverer in Fenton chemistry occurs in vivo, but organisms carefully control it by limiting the availability of both Fe 2+ and H 2 O 2 (Halliwell and Gutteridge, , , ).It would have been difficult to evolve aerobic life in a world awash with Fe 2+.. When living organisms first appeared on Earth, they did so under.   4. The difference is that animal cell metabolism gets their energy from eating plants that create their own energy while plants can use photosynthesis to make their own food. It is like saying animal eats animals that eat plants!

    Metabolism itself is a redox reaction. Take the metabolism of glucose - examine the oxidation states of the carbon atoms in glucose, and the products, carbon dioxide. Then examine the oxidation states of oxygen and the product water. A redox reaction has occurred. Redox metabolism is an important metabolic pathway in all apicomplexans. This pathway shows the series of oxidation/reduction activities involved in removal of oxidative radicals such as superoxide anions, hydrogen peroxide and other toxic nucleophiles produced from different metabolic reactions.

    “Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants”, for the SEB Experimental Biology series, Vol published by Taylor and Francis in , pp. (5). “Africa’s Engine for Growth-Plant Science and Biotechnology hold the key” Aspects of Applied Biology, published by the Association of Applied Biologists. on peatbogs in the context of redox potential, (2) to investigate the responses of plants and soil microorganisms to the changing redox potential, and (3) to demonstrate the mechanisms of plant adaptation to the reducing conditions prevailing in peatbogs. Keywords: redox potential, peatland, microbial communities, enzymatic by:


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Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants focuses on the recent issues that have emerged in ageing research in both the animal and plant kingdoms.

This volume reviews current concepts concerning cellular redox homeostatis and ageing in animals and plants, relationships to programmed cell death, the production of oxidants and dicarbonyls, the ways that different Format: Paperback.

Redox metabolism and longevity relationships in animals and plants. [Christine H Foyer; Richard Faragher; Paul J Thornalley;] -- "This volume reviews current concepts concerning cellular redox homeostatis and ageing in animals and plants, relationships to programmed cell death, the production of oxidants and dicarbonyls, the.

About this book. Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants focuses on the recent issues that have emerged in ageing research in both the animal and plant Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants reviews current concepts concerning cellular redox homeostatis and ageing in animals and plants, relationships to programmed cell death.

Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants focuses on the recent issues that have emerged in ageing research in both the animal and plant kingdoms.

This volume reviews current concepts concerning cellular redox homeostatis and ageing in animals and plants, relationships to pr. Summary. Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants focuses on the recent issues that have emerged in ageing research in both the animal and plant kingdoms.

This volume reviews current concepts concerning cellular redox homeostatis and ageing in animals and plants, relationships to programmed cell death, the production of oxidants and dicarbonyls, the ways that.

Get this from a library. Redox metabolism and longevity relationships in animals and plants. [Christine H Foyer; Richard Faragher; Paul J Thornalley;] -- Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants focuses on the recent issues that have emerged in ageing research in both the animal and plant kingdoms.

This volume reviews current. Society for Experimental Biology; Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants focuses on the recent issues that have emerged in ageing research in both the animal and plant kingdoms. This volume reviews current concepts concerning cellular redox homeostatis and ageing in animals and plants, relationships to programmed.

Título: Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants Creador: Christine Foyer Género: Science Impresora: Taylor & Francis Identidad Clave: Ijx5AgAAQBAJ Código del libro: Oficiales de Idiomas: El número de. Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants 1st Edition.

Edited by Christine Foyer, Richard Faragher, Paul Thornalley. Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants focuses on the recent issues that have emerged in ageing research in both the animal and plant kingdoms.

Telomeres, ageing and oxidation Lamb, K.J Faragher, R. and Thornally, P.J. (eds.) Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and Plants. Series: SEB experimental biology series (62). ISBN Full text not currently available from Enlighten.

Item Type: Book Sections: Status: Published: Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten. Mitochondrial redox metabolism has long been considered to play important roles in mammalian aging and the development of age-related pathologies in the major oxidative organs.

Both genetic and dietary manipulations of mitochondrial redox metabolism have been associated with the extension of by: Xue, Mingzhan, Antonysunil, Adaikalakoteswari, Rabbani, Naila and Thornalley, Paul J.

() Protein damage in the ageing process: advances in quantitation and the importance of enzymatic defences. In: Redox metabolism and longevity relationships in animals and. The perception of reactive oxygen species in plants: The road to signal transduction.

In C. Foyer, R. Faragher, & P. Thornalley (Eds.), Redox Metabolism and Longevity Relationships in Animals and PlantsTaylor & Francis: Keywords: redox metabolism, signal transduction, reactive oxygen species, plants: Publisher URLAuthor: J.

Hancock, R. Desikan, J. Bright, J. Harrison, M. Ladomery, T. Askari, S. Neill. Metabolism has been shown to affect aging, longevity and mortality. New research from the American Chemical Society can better help us understand longevity.

Author(s): Foyer,Christine H; Faragher,Richard; Thornalley,Paul J Title(s): Redox metabolism and longevity relationships in animals and plants/ edited by Christine H. Request PDF | Perspectives on the interactions between metabolism, redox, and epigenetics in plants | Epigenetic modifications of chromatin usually involve consumption of key metabolites and redox.

Jaap van der Meer, in Encyclopedia of Ecology (Second Edition), Introduction. Animal metabolism is the processing of material that individual animals take up from the environment. Some fraction of this material is unusable and leaves the body as feces. This fraction is sometimes called the non-metabolic waste and not considered as part of metabolism, because it does not pass the gut wall.

More information: Christian Woehle et al. Expansion of the redox-sensitive proteome coincides with the plastid endosymbiosis, Nature Plants. synthesized in plants and animals. The role of a-lipoic acid in metabolic reactions is to provide a reactive disulfide that can participate in redox reactions within the enzyme active site.

Mitochondrial redox metabolism: Aging, longevity and dietary effects Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Mechanisms of ageing and development (4) February with Reads. How is metabolism similar to a galvanic cell?

Apply fundamental principles of electrochemistry to understand the energy harnessed from the oxidation-reduction processes of metabolism.plants and animals existing in Carboniferous times may have had enhanced antioxidant defenses, which would be fascinating to study if they could be resur-rected.

Even today, some of the plants that evolved at that time can resist damage by elevated O 2 better than plants that evolved more recently (Beerling et al.,). Oxygen ToxicityCited by:   Oxidants, oxidative stress and the biology of ageing Nearly a century ago it was noted that animals with higher metabolic rates often have shorter life spans.

the mechanistic link between Cited by: