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Ferric-chelate-reductase in roots of bean plants

K N and P J Harris ecoli at cix.compulink.co.uk
Fri Mar 20 08:12:49 EST 1998

Can't give you the info you need but if you are into Fe chelates you 
might like to look into the chelates produced by hydroxamic acids 
(some of these are the siderophores much beloved by the PGPR school of 
rhizosphere workers) they are very powerful chelates and make edta look 
quite weak.
Peter Harris,
University of Reading,
> bionet/plants #6261, from burgs at uni-duesseldorf.de, 1289 chars, Wed  
18 Mar 1998 17:14:13 +0
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> From: Sascha Burg <burgs at uni-duesseldorf.de>
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> Subject: Ferric-chelate-reductase in roots of bean plants
> Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 17:14:13 +0100
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> Hi,
> I'am searching for information about some fe-chelates. I need to know
> the redoxpotentials, stability-constants and other basic informations
> especially from fe-edta, fe-malat, fe-citric, fe-oxalat and fe 
> If somebody knows where i can get these informations , i would be very
> happy about your response.
> Thanks in advance,
> Sascha
> P.S.: May be you can tell me a better news-group for my question.

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